Toledo, located in the Great Lakes region of the United States on the tip of Lake Erie, is the fourth largest city in Ohio. With roughly 13% of the population age 65 and older, the quality of assisted livingin Toledo remains high to meet the growing demand for senior living.
Incorporated in 1837, Toledo has a rich history including Native American culture, pioneer trails, English settlements and the Underground Railroad. Less than two hours from Detroit, Fort Wayne, Cleveland and the Canadian border, Toledo boasts a central location in the heart of the Midwest.
While most communities of assisted living in Toledo offer their own activities and events on site, residents who are 55 years or older can connect with other seniors in the community through Toledo’s many Older Adult Programs.
At the Friendship Park Senior Center, seniors can take classes in painting, ceramics and computers. They can join friends in a game of cards or Bingo, or have fun dancing or playing shuffleboard. The city also sponsors more than 60 special events throughout the year, many held at the Senior Center, such as the Spring Dinner Dance, Fall Craft Show and Caroling in the Park.
Toledo Medical Facilities
Residents of assisted living in Toledo need not worry about receiving quality medical care, as the city is home to a number of world-class hospitals. The University of Toledo Medical Center is home to the only accredited primary stroke center in the area and was awarded the 2008 Gold Sustained Performance Award for stroke care.
Across town sits Toledo Hospital, which has been serving residents of northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan for more than 130 years. The region’s largest medical facility with nearly 800 beds and 1,000 doctors, Toledo Hospital has received a Consumer Choice Award for the past 15 years.
A community of assisted living in Toledo is never far from affordable and safe mass transit that helps seniors get to where they need to go. In addition to traditional bus service through the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA), Toledo’s innovative Call-A-Ride brings the bus to the curb for reliable, taxi-like public transportation. For less than one dollar, seniors can arrange scheduled trips to and from their front door to anywhere within the region.
Seniors with limited mobility or other disabilities may utilize the TARPS paratransit service. This program is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and covers all of Toledo.
Find Assisted Living in Toledo
Seniors who choose assisted living in Toledo enjoy scenic waterfront views of the Maumee River and Lake Erie, as well as a number of urban attractions, amenities and services. View a list of local senior housing by visiting our Toledo Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
Map of Toledo Assisted Living Facilities
Toledo, OH Assisted Living Costs
Toledo, OH Assisted Living Costs
The median cost of Assisted Living in Toledo is $3,880 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $3,100 to $5,400 depending on location and other factors.
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Cost of Assisted Living in Ohio
Assisted living in Ohio is paid for privately, either by individuals in combination with their families, or in some cases, by long-term care insurance policies. The Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver will cover the cost of services received in an assisted living facility for qualified low-income individuals, but does not pay for room and board.