Welcome Home Assisted Living in Bountiful

Welcome Home: Let Us Care For Your Loved Ones

Caregivers You Can Trust

At Welcome Home Assisted Living of Bountiful Feel better in the comfort of your own home. We specialize in care and daily living assistance to an array of individuals. Whether you need daily or weekly assistance due to aging, illness, recovery, or rehabilitation, our care givers will provide an individualized service that you can trust.

Respite Care


Most Bountiful Assisted Living facilities offer a unique program called Short-Stay Respite. Your loved one may want to take advantage of this option for several reasons:

  • He or she is thinking about moving into a Welcome Home Assisted Living facility, but wants to fully experience the Welcome Home lifestyle before making a final decision.
  • He or she is being discharged from a hospital or nursing home, but still needs some extra help to ease the transition home.
  • A family member or elderly caregiver is going away on vacation, and your loved one needs a temporary place to live while the caregiver gets a well-deserved break.

If this fits your loved one’s needs we invite them to stay in our home on a weekly basis, or for however long they require.

Q: Will he or she be treated differently than our other residents?

A: Absolutely not! Your loved one will receive the same services all residents’ enjoy home-cooked meals, scheduled transportation, a customized service and amenity plan and more. And of course he or she will have the opportunity to enjoy our rich activities program. In fact, most of our short-stay residents tell us how quickly they feel right at home so much at home and part of the community that many never want to leave!

Senior Day Care

At Welcome Home Assisted Living we accept  Medicaid New Choice Waiver, long term care insurance, health insurance payments, and private pay. If you are living on your own or with family, you can also choose to spend the day with us by participating in our structured Senior Day Care program. Just as with full-time residents in our Bountiful Utah Assisted Living Home, our professional staff will work closely with you, your family members, and physician to create an individualized care plan tailored to your needs. At the same time, you'll meet new people and enjoy meaningful activities that enrich your life. Activities for those in our Senior Day Care program are the same as those listed below for our full-time residents. 

Move In Process


If your parents or an elderly relative/friend has decided to move into Welcome Home Assisted Living in Davis County Bountiful Utah, then it is best to communicate with them so they can have as positive an experience as possible on moving day. Moving can be a very emotional time, and effective communication and an understanding attitude are very important during this transition. Offering continual comfort can help reduce stress.

There are some special ways to take care of your loved one on moving day. After choosing Welcome Home Assisted Living, future residents should start planning for the move. Thoughtfully prioritize which personal items such as furniture, keepsakes, photographs, and other important possessions should be taken along, as these personal items may give some comfort to your loved one. Moving to a care facility can be a huge change for the whole family, so allow some time for everyone to adjust and relax. It is always advised to make sure that the caregivers in the new setting know your loved one's history and personal preferences regarding things such as music, food, favorite smells, and best times of day.

Family and friends should visit often to make the initial phase of the move easier. This provides emotional reassurance and comfort to the person while he or she acclimates to the new environment. In fact, regular visits allow families to see the care being given to their loved one and to develop a good relationship with the caretakers at the Bountiful assisted living home. 

Some tips before actually moving into Welcome Home Assisted Living:


  • Begin packing well in advance of the actual move.
  • Do you qualify for Medicaid New Choice Waiver? Contact them and apply for assisted living assistance ASAP.
  • Decide on how much clothing you will need and how much your new closets will hold, and plan accordingly.
  • Have a look at the available closet and storage space to avoid bringing more than you will be able to store.
  • Keep all medications close at hand in an easy-to-access location.
  • Contact the facility for a list of suggested items to bring with you.
  • If the facility is assisting with laundry services, label your clothing to avoid confusion.
  • Schedule a meeting with the administrator or director and the staff before moving day.
  • Review your contract before you move in so as to address any doubts and ask any questions you may have in advance.
  • Attend a few activities, depending on schedule, just to meet other residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Bountiful Assisted Living?

  Assisted living facilities are for Davis County Utah people needing assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) who still wish to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. Assisted living exists to bridge the gap between independent living and nursing homes. Residents in assisted living centers are not able to live by themselves, but they require constant care. Assisted living facilities offer help with ADLs such as eating, bathing, dressing, housekeeping, laundry, and medication management. Many facilities also have centers for medical care; however, the care offered may not be as intensive or immediately accessible to residents as the care offered at a nursing home. Assisted living is not an alternative to a nursing home, but an intermediate level of long-term care appropriate for many seniors.

Most assisted living facilities create a service plan for each individual resident upon a mission. The service plan details the personalized services required by the resident and guaranteed by the facility. The plan is updated regularly to assure that the resident receives the appropriate care as his or her condition changes. 

How Does Welcome Home Bountiful Assisted Living Facility Differ From A Nursing Home?

 Nursing homes are designed to care for very frail people who are not able to care for themselves and who have demanding health care needs. Assisted living facilities are designed to assist elderly persons who are able to care for themselves with the exception of a few activities. Assisted living facilities are often considered when the person in question needs help preparing meals, bathing, dressing, performing household chores, and is experiencing memory problems or bouts of confusion. Come visit the best Bountiful, Salt Lake, Centerville, or Farmington Utah Assisted Living Facility.

What Are The Residents Like At Welcome Home Assisted Living?

Assisted Living in Bountiful: The average age of residents in Davis County assisted living facilities is about-85 years old.

76 percent of assisted living residents are female; 24 percent are male.

More than 900,000 people nationwide live in assisted living settings including Assisted Living in North Salt Lake

The typical Salt Lake City assisted living resident is an 86-year-old woman who is mobile, but needs assistance with approximately two activities of daily living (ADLs).

On average, assisted living residents need help with two ADLs this includes Senior Day Care in Bountiful

A full 91 percent of assisted living residents need help with housework, while 86 percent need help managing their medications.

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Welcome Home Assisted Living

633 E Medical Dr, Bountiful, Utah 84010, United States

Available 24/7: (801) 298-4969
Office Hours 9-9

We Service the Following Areas:

Davis County

Utah County (See WelcomeHomeAF.com)