Isle at Watercrest Mansfield is a stylish and modern community that was developed to provide an array of senior living options to allow you to live with the security you need, the freedom you cherish and enjoy the amenities you want.
The Isle of Watermere's stylish and modern community was developed to provide an array of senior living options to allow you to live with the security you need, the freedom you cherish and enjoy the amenities you want.
The Landing at Watermere's stylish and modern community was developed to provide an array of senior living options to allow you to live with the security you need, the freedom you cherish and enjoy the amenities you want.
Castle Rock has beautiful landscaping with a cute herb garden. The community is well maintained outside as well as inside. The staff are encouraging to the residents and they have good customer service. The menu is made with a lot love and taste. The residents are entertained by a variety of activities that spark...
This community is located in a quiet and secluded area. The building has basic landscaping and isn't inviting. The staff at this community is average and unenthused. The residents seemed happy with socializing with each other. The staff seemed to lack a connection with the residents and the care staff was slow to...
If you are looking for a memory care community then Arden Courts could be a good fit for your loved one. This community is cozy homelike and well maintained. Arden Courts focuses on memory care and the best way to allow residents to have freedom and safety while being in a homelike environment. The staff are committed...
Elmcroft of Arlington is a great continuum of care community. The community is beautiful and well maintained inside and out. The staff are professional and perfectly arranged in all positions to support the every need of the residents. The calendar for activities are unique and designed to meet the needs of residents....
Brookdale Lake Arlington is a wonderful community. The community is well maintained outside as well as inside. The building is always clean with a fresh scent. The staff are considered very thorough especially with customer service and resident care. The nursing team go the extra mile with individual care plans....
Conveniently located just a few miles between Dallas and Fort Worth, Arlington is the undisputed sports capital of Texas. With the seventh largest population in the state, Arlington is a fast-growing community that offers seniors all the attractions, activities and medical facilities upon which they rely.
With hot, dry summers and mild weather in the winter, as well as a cost of living less than the national average, assisted living in Arlington is a perfect choice for seniors.
Without a doubt, the Dallas Cowboys are the kings of Texas. At their new state-of-the-art stadium in Arlington, fans can not only watch the game on the field, but also see it on the largest high-definition television screen in the in the world. With a capacity of over 110,000 people, Cowboys Stadium also hosts concerts, basketball games, boxing matches and even rodeos such as the famous Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Arlington also is home to the International Bowling Campus, which includes the United States Bowling Congress, International Bowling Museum and International Bowling Hall of Fame.
Assisted living in Arlington offers seniors the bustling attractions of a big city combined with the care and concern of living in a small town. To view a list of local senior housing options, visit our Arlington Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
Map of Arlington Assisted Living Facilities
Arlington, TX Assisted Living Costs
Arlington, TX Assisted Living Costs
The median cost of Assisted Living in Arlington is $3,950 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $1,600 to $5,587 depending on location and other factors.
Cost of Assisted Living Facilities near Arlington, TX
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Source: Genworth - 2013
Cost of Assisted Living in Texas
Most Texas assisted living communities charge a monthly rental fee that covers:
Room and board
Three meals a day
Assisted living costs are typically paid for out-of-pocket by the resident using personal savings, health insurance or long-term care insurance. Participating facilities may accept veterans benefits for those who qualify. Older Texans who are on a limited income may qualify for the Community Based Alternatives Program which covers services such as assisted living or nursing.