Brookdale Sun City West Sandridge, located in Sun City West, Arizona, provides our residents with lifestyles, housing, and services in comfortable surroundings combined with exceptional amenities, programs, and care.
I visited Brookdale Arrowhead Ranch (formerly Emeritus at Arrowhead) for the first time since Brookdale had taken over and I was very pleased to see all of the remarkable changes that had taken place in such a short amount of time. The facility was much cleaner than I remembered and the environment seemed much more...
I visited this facility for the first time and I was unsure of what I would find as I had been given a variety of reviews, both good and bad, from different people. From the moment I walked in I noticed how open and bright the facility was and it was super clean, but not uncomfortably so, where you feel afraid to move...
Lifestream can meet the needs of their residents. From independent to assisted they can remain as residents. The staff is well trained and you are greeted with a friendly smile and "how may I assist you". Residents have a safe, secure community that looks after their every need. They provide an array of activities...
One feels right at home when you visit Thunderbird Retirment. The staff is friendly and very helpful. Their large lobby provides a great meeting place for the residents. You can enjoy a cup of coffee and visit or enjoy a good meal in the dining room. They provide many activities and transportation for the...
Located only nine miles outside of Phoenix, Glendale is an active city close to all of the culture and amenities of Arizona’s capital. Since its official birthday in 1892, the city has grown from a fruit-growing and ranching community to a thriving urban area supporting nearly 300,000 people.
Residents of assisted living in Glendale bask in “The Valley of the Sun” while they enjoy beautiful weather an average of 300 days out of the year. The almost perpetual sunshine illuminates a highly active city, offering its citizens ample opportunity to get outside and get involved.
Glendale boasts parks, gardens and even a zoo, but the city’s true fame lies in the “arena” of sporting events. The city is home to its own National Football League (NFL) team, the Arizona Cardinals. Regular games are held on the roll-out natural grass field at University of Phoenix Stadium, including the annual Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The Jobing.com Arena hosts Phoenix Coyotes National Hockey League (NHL) matches, along with a variety of other entertainment events.
Residents of assisted living in Glendale need look no further than Arrowhead Hospital to meet all of their healthcare needs. This premier medical facility has won many awards, including praise for their computer-guided joint replacement and cardiac surgery unit. The hospital also offers “Coffee Talks,” a free lecture series for seniors.
The Glendale area is served by Valley Metro’s easy-to-use network of buses and light rail trains. Elderly and disabled residents of assisted living in Glendale are invited to book direct passage to their destination with the local Dial-A-Ride program.
Cost of Assisted Living in Glendale
The median monthly cost for a private, one-bedroom apartment in a Glendale assisted living community is $3,000,* which makes Glendale one of the more affordable places to receive assisted living in the country.
Seniors should plan to spend about $36,000 a year on assisted living in Glendale, however, costs can range from as low as $1,830 to as high as $5,125 per month in the Phoenix/Mesa/Glendale metropolitan area.
Find Assisted Living in Glendale
Glendale, Arizona is a location beyond compare for lovers of sun and sports. If you are interested in learning more about senior housing in this city, visit our Glendale Assisted Living page.
The median cost of Assisted Living in Glendale is $3,250 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $1,500 to $5,930 depending on location and other factors.
Cost of Assisted Living Facilities near Glendale, AZ
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Source: Genworth - 2013
Cost of Assisted Living in Arizona
Government assistance in paying for assisted living costs in Arizona is limited at both the state and federal levels. Residents or their families often shoulder the cost of assisted living using personal financial resources such as savings, health insurance or long-term care insurance.