Feel the Difference
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Assisted Living: Experience the Charter Difference

There is something different about being part of the Charter Senior Living family.

Residents enjoy a worry-free lifestyle supported by highly respected, experienced senior living professionals with a long history of making a difference in the lives of seniors – and their families.

Being part of the Charter family also means being inspired by a supportive culture built upon reliability, loyalty, pride, experience and mutual respect.

Our Mission Unites Our Purpose: Enhancing the Human Spirit
Our mission is to enhance the human spirit. Our core values are to serve with heart, purpose and courage – and to have fun while serving.

Our mission and core values unite us in our purpose as a Charter community. We are a caring and compassionate leader within our field, but more importantly, we strive to demonstrate our commitment to our residents each and every day.

That’s the Charter difference.


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Assisted Living

Life at Charter Senior Living of White House empowers residents to live life to the fullest. Here, seniors can enjoy exceptional services and amenities, along with the vibrant lifestyle they so richly deserve.

If you need a little extra help with daily activities like medication reminders, dressing, bathing, or just getting around, Assisted Living at Charter Senior Living of White House is here for you.

No matter where you choose to live, with us, you’ll find a fulfilling and purposeful lifestyle that promotes choice, dignity, privacy and independence.

Feel the Difference

You’ll feel our difference the moment you are greeted by our warm, professional staff members who are ready to listen to you and learn all about your wants, needs – and stories! Here are just a few of our community features:

  • Around-the-clock support from a caring, experienced team
  • Studios, private one-bedrooms, and two-bedroom apartment options
  • Three meals per day and unlimited snacks
  • Weekly housekeeping and laundry services
  • Life-enrichment programs for all residents’ enjoyment
  • Emergency call system in each apartment home
  • Bus transportation
  • Full-service salon
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Take Our Lifestyle Quiz

Are you interested in exploring our options but aren’t sure where to start?

Making the decision to seek Memory Care or Assisted Living can be difficult, but we’re here to help make it easier. A member of our long-tenured team can help you determine what level of care you require. They can also answer any questions you may have about our vibrant community.

Take our lifestyle quiz to help us get to know you and personalize your care plan and experience!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between assisted living and a nursing home?

Overall, the main difference between Assisted Living and care offered in a nursing home is that nursing homes provide medical and personal care in a clinical setting, while Assisted Living primarily provides personal care in a homelike, social setting.

Who qualifies for assisted living?

Seniors whose health or well-being requires a higher level of support or those who would benefit from a healthier lifestyle and social engagement. Most communities conduct a health assessment that follows state regulations to determine what level of care or assistance is best for each individual.

What are the average costs of assisted living?

The Genworth Cost of Care Survey estimates the White House, TN, area’s regional median monthly rate for Assisted Living is $4,350, which breaks down to around $143 per day. To put that into some context, the same survey says a private room in a nursing home will cost around $276 per day ($8,390 per month). Home health aide services average $167 per day.

Charter Senior Living of White House’s Assisted Living services start at $3,500.

Who pays for assisted living?

While your personal health insurance coverage continues and your pharmaceutical coverage continues, Medicare typically doesn’t pay for Assisted Living. Most Assisted Living residents pay for this kind of care from their personal resources or with help from coverage provided by long-term care insurance. Veterans benefits can help cover the cost for eligible Veterans and surviving spouses who are over age 65.

Is it possible to stay in Short-Term Assisted Living?

Yes. During a Short-Term Stay, guests are provided with the same Assisted Living care services and amenities as permanent community residents.

Does medicare pay for Short-Term Assisted Living stays?

If outside services (such as rehabilitation) are needed during a resident’s Short-Term Stay in Assisted Living, Medicare coverage would be available to qualifying patients.