This facility has that feeling of home that we were looking for my parents. The building is filled with natural light from all the skylights and floor to ceiling windows in the halls. The entire place wraps around a pretty green courtyard, so from the many windows there is always a view of the green space or the NW...
After having a bad experience at another facility we moved our father to Querencia skilled nursing. We can't say enough good things about the care, understanding and one on one attention our father gets there. We were so traumatized from the experience at the previous place and mis- treatment he received. The staff...
Located in southwest Austin and part of a golf course with some nearby shopping, this Southwest motif building is full service. They have kind staff, exercise rooms equipped very well, and even a small store. They have hosted professional meetings and are eager to satisy their clients by providing a range of service from independent living, to assisted living, to some skilled care if needed.
This active community offers a dining experience with a menu and a chef. The facility is in North-West Austin, Texas and has a view of the Austin hill country. They have all the amenities including a nurse, concierge, and access to an exercise room and a pool. The manager was friendly and patient giving time at the...
The staff take their job seriously as evidence by having the medical director and his nurse accessible during my visit and make you feel welcome. This shows unique access to a professional and caring staff. Their location is also noteworthy because it is near the Social Security office and two large highways in the...
Situated in central Texas, Austin is the capital of the state of Texas and boasts of many live musical venues. Thus, the city earned its nickname as “The Live Music Capital of the World.” Aside from the robust entertainment sector, Austin is also a technology hub with many Fortune 500 tech corporations establishing their headquarters in this city. For this reason, Austin also adopted the “Silicon Hills” moniker. And because of its vibrant community as well as its warm and mild weather, many seniors opted to spend their retirement years in Austin independent living communities.
Austin has a rich history spanning the centuries; thus, some interesting attractions in this city include museums and historic landmarks, such as the State Capitol; Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, which contains themed exhibits chronicling the history of Texas; and LBJ Presidential Library, which exhibits a comprehensive collection of historical documents. Aside from these historical attractions, the city has a lot to offer to people who love the outdoors. Seniors living in Austin independent living communities have their pick of outdoor attractions to explore, such as the Barton Springs Pool, Zilker Metropolitan Park, Town Lake, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Westcave Preserve, McKinney Falls State Park; as well as countless other playgrounds, gardens and parks.
The government has three senior activity centers and twenty recreational centers in Austin. These centers organize activities and programs catered to seniors and adults. Additionally, Austin Parks and Recreation Department offers many activities and services for seniors living in Austin independent living communities. Activities are geared toward varying goals, such as traveling, nurturing hobbies, recreation, physical fitness, learning new skills, income supplementation, and many others. One renowned center in Austin, for example, is the Old Bakery and Emporium consignment store, which exhibits handcrafted gift items made by local senior artisans.
Austin is also home to the best medical facilities. For example, St. David’s Healthcare hospitals - St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center and St. David’s Medical Center — were named in Thomson Reuters’ 100 Top Hospitals in terms of organization, patient care, financial stability and operational efficiency. In addition, seniors residing in Austin independent living communities can also take advantage of Seton Medical Center’s medical and surgical acute care centers. Three Seton hospitals have been included in the U.S News and World Report’s list of best hospitals. The Seton group of hospitals has also been recognized for different medical specialties, such as geriatrics, pulmonology, neurology, orthopedics, and gastroenterology.
The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Capital Metro) provides accessible and convenient public transportation to the city. Seniors residing in Austin independent living communities have their pick of transportation options of buses, light rails or paratransit vans. In addition, Austin Parks and Recreation Department offers transportation services to seniors in the greater Austin area. This is part of the government’s program to enhance seniors’ quality of life by promoting their independence.
Austin has the perfect mix of city scenes, live music, and warm community living. With its thriving economy, laidback lifestyle and great outdoors, seniors residing in Austin independent living communities enjoy the best comforts that city living has to offer.
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Austin, TX Independent Living Costs
Austin, TX Independent Living Costs
The median cost of Independent Living in Austin is $3,144 per month. Independent Living costs range from $2,595 to $4,489 depending on location and other factors.
Cost of Independent Living Facilities near Austin, TX