Honolulu Assisted Living

There are 5 Assisted Living Facilities in Honolulu, HI and 2 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Honolulu, HI is $4,163 per month.

Honolulu Assisted Living Facilities

  • Hawaii Kai

    Hawaii Kai

    Hawaii Kai retirement community offers you the chance to enjoy independent or assisted retirement living surrounded by the natural beauty of the Hawaiian islands.

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    Honolulu, HI 96825
    Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities

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  • `Ilima at Leihano

    `Ilima at Leihano

    Located within the 'Second City' of Oahu is 'Ilima at Leihano, a brand-new continuing care community that offers the best care within one of the world's most stunning locales.

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    Kapolei, HI 96707 Distance: 16.6 mi
    Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care, Retirement Communities
  • Oceanside Hawaii Assisted Living

    Oceanside Hawaii Assisted Living

    At Oceanside Hawaii Assisted Living, seniors can age in peace in the beauty and grace of Oahu’s countryside while receiving high-quality, personalized care and support.

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    Hauula, HI 96717 Distance: 20.9 mi
    Assisted Living, Memory Care, Respite Care, Retirement Communities

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Information About Assisted Living in Honolulu

The subject of numerous films, television shows and luxury vacations, with balmy trade winds and sunny blue skies, the city of Honolulu on the island of Oahu is a dream retirement destination for seniors worldwide.

As the largest city in the state, Honolulu is home to more than 900,000 people and boasts a melting pot of many ethnic cultures. Renown for its “Aloha Spirit,” assisted living in Honolulu offers a friendly and casual lifestyle that is ideal for senior living.

Honolulu Attractions

With a well-deserved reputation as a premier tourist destination, residents of assisted living in Honolulu are able to enjoy a number of world-class activities such as strolling the scenic shoreline of Waikiki Beach, sampling authentic Hawaiian food at a luau and touring I’olani Palace, the former home of the Hawaiian monarchy.

Seniors can buy everything they need at the Ala Moana Shopping Center, Hawaii’s largest shopping mall. With 290 retail stores and restaurants, seniors will find whatever they need including a grocery store, post office and banks.

Honolulu Senior Activities

Seniors can find camaraderie and activities at any of the 40 Senior Clubs located throughout the island of Oahu. The clubs meet weekly and are run by its members. Major activities for the clubs and other senior organizations are coordinated by the City of Honolulu.

Throughout the year, the City offers special events that encourage wellness and community spirit among residents of assisted living in Honolulu and the senior community at large. There’s the Mayor’s Cultural Festival and Craft Fair where clubs may sell handcrafted items, the Seniors Valentine Dance, the Oahu Primetime Wellness Fair, and Tryfest, at which participants are encouraged to “try” different types of physical activities.

Honolulu Medical Facilities

As the crossroads of the Pacific, numerous major medical centers are located on Oahu. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Honolulu have quality health care readily available for any potential emergency that may occur.

The largest private hospital in Hawaii and the main medical referral center in the Pacific basin, Queen’s Medical Center, provides comprehensive medical services in numerous specialty areas, including geriatrics and emergency medicine.

Hawaii Pacific Health is composed of four medical centers on the islands of Oahu and Maui, including Straub Clinic & Hospital, Kapiolani Medical Center, Pali Momi Medical Center and Wilcox Health. The centers offer acute and specialty medical services including geriatric medicine and emergency medicine.

Honolulu Transportation

The Bus, Oahu’s public transportation system, makes it easy to get around the island. Residents of assisted living in Honolulu will find a number of affordable senior fares available to meet their needs.

The city’s Handi-Van service offers additional mobility to seniors with disabilities who are unable to use The Bus system. This service is offered daily at an affordable rate. Eligible seniors must apply for this service.

Cost of Assisted Living in Honolulu

Because Hawaii is such a desirable place to live, it also has one of the highest costs of living in the United States. The cost of assisted living in Honolulu is correspondingly high, with a median monthly rate of $3,900 for a private, one-bedroom unit.*

However, due to differences in location, size and quality between facilities on the island, assisted living fees in Honolulu range from a minimum of $2,500 per month to a maximum of $7,000. Seniors should expect to pay around $45,000 per year for assisted living in Honolulu.

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Honolulu offers all the amenities of living in a major city at a leisurely and relaxed pace. For more information on assisted living options, visit our Honolulu Assisted Living page.

*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.

Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.

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Honolulu, HI Assisted Living Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Honolulu is $4,163 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $3,350 to $5,000 depending on location and other factors.

Cost of Assisted Living Facilities near Honolulu, HI

City Minimum Cost Maximum Cost Median Cost
Honolulu, HI$3,350$5,000$4,163
Source: Genworth - 2013

Cost of Assisted Living in Hawaii

The cost of living in Hawaii is generally higher than the United States Mainland. Similarly, the cost of assisted living in Hawaii is higher than the national average.

The cost of assisted living in Hawaii is generally paid by seniors and their families. Medicaid may offer some assistance with these costs. In addition, the cost of personal items such as clothing, prescriptions, doctor visits and personal hygiene items remain the responsibility of the senior and their family.

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