Colorado Springs Retirement Communities

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  • Bonaventure of Colorado Springs

    Bonaventure of Colorado Springs

    Colorado Springs, CO 80924 Assisted Living, Continuing Care, Independent Living, Memory Care, Retirement Communities
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    Opening January 2014 in Colorado Springs! Bonaventure is all about one thing: Life on your terms. That's why so many people choose a Bonaventure commu...

  • Brookdale Skyline

    Brookdale Skyline

    Colorado Springs, CO 80904 Assisted Living, Continuing Care, Independent Living, Memory Care, Retirement Communities
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    Set against the stunning backdrop of Pikes Peak, Brookdale Skyline in Colorado Springs is a continuing care retirement community, providing a full range of senior services.

  • Cheyenne Place

    Colorado Springs, CO 80906 Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • Medalion Retirement Community

    Colorado Springs, CO 80909 Assisted Living, Independent Living, Nursing Homes, Retirement Communities
  • Summit Glen, W Old Farm Drive

    Colorado Springs, CO 80917 Retirement Communities
  • The Bridge at Colorado Springs

    Colorado Springs, CO 80910 Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • The Inn at Garden Plaza

    Colorado Springs, CO 80910 Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • ViewPointe

    Colorado Springs, CO 80919 Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • Windsong Living

    Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities

Reviews of Colorado Springs Retirement Communities

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    MacKenzie Place (Colorado Springs)

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    We saw two big rooms at MacKenzie Place. We saw a lot of activities when we went there. It felt a little bit friendly. They were setting up for some music, and a group playing bingo and other games. With what we saw, we liked it. Their dining area was very nice.

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    Sunridge

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    The staff at Sunridge was extremely patient with my mother-in-law given her rebellion phase when she moved into the community. They have been very understanding and helped the family quite a bit. One of our struggles is getting her involved in more of the activities, but I know she did do the horse racing when they brought in little ponies. She has also done bingo.

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    Sunridge

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    My mother hasn’t made up her mind yet, but I have visited Sunridge. They are all very helpful and the community is beautiful. I was surprised, I didn’t expect it to look so nice. I got to see a room, and it was quite nice, I thought a little small, but that’s the point; they don’t want you to bring a lot of stuff.

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    Winslow Court

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    I visited Winslow Court. The staff seemed fine and gave me a tour. You can get one apartment for assisted or independent. That’s appealing. I saw one room, and it seemed clean.

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    Bonaventure of Colorado Springs

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    Overall you can't just sit in your room here. There are so many activities going on, and much easier to get transportation to go out at this community. The resident socialize here, they recall one another and are not lonely. Like other smaller places close to Bonaventure that claim a smaller home like environment is...

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Information About Retirement Communities in Colorado Springs

Information About Retirement Communities in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Retirement CommunitiesColorado Springs Retirement Communities are located in the second most populous city in Colorado, located 65 miles south of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Situated at the foot of Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs sprung up to support the rush for precious metals, but has since found other lucrative industries in health, tourism and catering to the American military. Its attractive location has helped Colorado Springs’ population expand to more than 400,000 in 2010, while its amenities ensure that it is one of the best American big cities in which to live.

Attractions

Colorado Springs has long been famous for the beauties of its surrounding landscape, so much so that it once hosted numerous sanatoriums catering to people recuperating from tuberculosis and other medical conditions. In modern times, Colorado Springs retirement communities will discover why the city remains a top tourist destination.

People come in droves to experience parks and trails reflecting the austere grandeur of the Rocky Mountains, though there are also those who are interested in the city’s cultural landmarks. These include Old Colorado City, the Old North End and Memorial Park. Colorado Springs is also close to a number of popular attractions found in the local region, including, but not limited to, Pikes Peak and Manitou Springs.

Senior Activities

Found a bit to the north of Uintah on Hancock, the Colorado Springs Senior Center is the single most important hub for senior-oriented events and programs in the metropolitan area. Overall, the Colorado Springs Senior Center is intended to encourage and facilitate the process of seniors socializing with other seniors. As a result, the center is home to clubs, classes, field trips and other ongoing activities.

Classes include art, exercise, health, and computer skills; activities include dances and puzzle solving. Colorado Springs Senior Center also offers a number of services intended to help seniors maintain their independence. These services include financial advice, legal counseling, tax filing assistance and a number of healthcare programs. This center is well situated for Colorado Springs retirement communities.

Colorado Springs Retirement CommunitiesMedical Facilities

Given its size, it should come as no surprise that Colorado Springs is home to multiple hospitals catering to the needs of its population. Memorial Hospital, which is part of the University of Colorado Health, is the biggest and best established of these hospitals. Although it is the official healthcare provider for the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Memorial Hospital also specializes in treating and managing heart, cancer, and orthopedic problems. Similarly, Penrose-St. Francis Health Services is another hospital in Colorado Springs that handles acute care, emergencies, and surgeries. Penrose-St. Francis Health Services has some of the same specialties as Memorial Hospital, but the hospital also specializes in treating individuals with problems related to their spine, diabetes and behavioral health. Its behavioral health division includes programs to help patients shed their drug and alcohol dependencies. Colorado Springs retirement communities will enjoy living in such close proximity excellent healthcare.

Transportation

Public transportation options for Colorado Springs retirement communities are problematic even in the best of times. Due to both budget problems and a burgeoning population, the Mountain Metropolitan Transit has serious problems even accommodating the needs of residents living in Colorado Springs. Service extending throughout Colorado Springs and to other local metropolitan areas is available, but either it fails to reach important destinations or there are limited operating hours.

To sum up, seniors living in Colorado Springs retirement communities have access to excellent entertainment, good healthcare, and plentiful opportunities to keep in shape. Although the poor public transportation makes it difficult for seniors who no longer drive to get around, there are doable alternatives, such as taxis and shuttles offered through senior services. With this in mind, Colorado Springs is a retirement destination that is well suited for health-conscious individuals.

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Colorado Springs, CO Retirement Communities Costs

Colorado Springs, CO Retirement Communities Costs

Cost of Colorado Springs Retirement Communities

Community Starting Price
Winslow Court $1,800/month
MacKenzie Place (Colorado Springs) $3,500/month
Liberty Heights $3,050/month
Sunridge $1,749/month
The Palisades at Broadmoor Park $3,000/month

Cost of Nearby Retirement Communities

Community City Starting Price
Villa Pueblo Senior Living Community Pueblo $1,750/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.