Have visited this community many times! Personal experience with family who utilised respite care regularly. Unique memory care area which has beautiful, wooded views and amenities. Will continue to recommend this facility.
I have worked with this community for several years. Father of friend is a resident and this was a community I suggested he consider. Nice atmosphere and staff were attentive when resident's wife died. Family is very pleased with accommodations in this building. Will continue to recommend to clients.
Very upscale facility. I have worked with some of the residents in the past providing healthcare services. They all were happy to stay at the property and never made comments suggestion any dis-satisfaction with the property or it staff. One comment was the food was great.
This is a beautiful community that used to be a hotel. The options for floor plans and the ability to stay onsite as needs change is great. From independedent to assisted to memory care, you can age in place.
I have toured this community and seen the various units available and all their amenities and services. Although this site has just opened, there has been a waiting list for the past year as it was under construction. This is a large national company with a good tract record. The onsite services are excellent and the location is great.
A bustling city at the heart of Northern Texas, Dallas was founded in the 19th century when one man saw what many would later agree on: its location is perfect. Resting on the Trinity River, Dallas has been a boom-town for business, tourism and cosmopolitan living alike.
With sunny, hot summers and warm winters, Dallas is pleasant no matter what the season, with planned events and activities spanning the entire year. Boasting friendly locals, world-class restaurants and some of the nation’s best recreation, assisted living in Dallas is like a never-ending vacation.
With premier attractions such as the Dallas Zoo, Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas World Aquarium, assisted living in Dallas offers much more than a quiet stroll in the park. Seniors enjoy world-class music from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, performing some of history’s greatest musical pieces, along with collaborative concerts with contemporary artists like the Beach Boys. Dallas is also home to many museums, such as the Meadows Museum on the Southern Methodist University campus, which features one of the largest collections of Spanish art in the world.
Dallas Senior Activities
For those who want to connect with the rest of the senior community, there are many options for seniors enjoying assisted living in Dallas.
With over 47 different parks and recreation centers, there are senior-centric activities going on all of the time. Whether having meet-ups in a scenic park or taking senior classes at the local recreation center, it’s only a matter of what to do next.
All of the fun in the world doesn’t amount to much without peace of mind. Luckily, Dallas boasts many highly respected medical centers to ensure the best care for all of its citizens and visitors. Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas was recognized in U.S. News & World Report as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” in 2010. Their facility features 20 different specialty centers to offer comprehensive care for any medical need.
For seniors who want healthcare beyond what they already receive through assisted living in Dallas, the Baylor Center also offer services through The Baylor Senior Health Center and The Baylor Geriatrics Center, specializing in serving patients 55 and older, while accepting Medicare plans Part A and B.
Assisted living in Dallas doesn’t mean having to stay in Dallas. With Dallas Area Rapid Transportation (DART), the city’s impressive public transportation service, seniors can be easily connected to 13 nearby cities via rail, bus, paratransit and more. Seniors with a Medicare card or a DART photo ID can ride DART any time to any place at significantly reduced fares.
Assisted living in Dallas is fun, vibrant and safe with its many local and nearby attractions. Whether enjoying the city’s exciting arts and culture or relaxing in its warm, subtropical scenery, Dallas is tailored to suit anyone’s tastes. View a list of local senior housing options on our Dallas Assisted Living page.
If you are interested in looking at assisted living options in a specific Dallas neighborhood, visit one of our listed neighborhood pages below.
The median cost of Assisted Living in Dallas 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 Dallas, 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.