San Antonio Assisted Living

There are 29 Assisted Living Facilities in San Antonio, TX and 5 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in San Antonio, TX is $3,710 per month.

Average Cost: $3,710

Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

  • Brookdale Hollywood Park

    Brookdale Hollywood Park

    Hollywood Park, TX 78232 11.9 mi Adult Day Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Respite Care
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    In far north San Antonio, with easy access to shopping and dining, Brookdale Hollywood Park is a comfortable community that provides a range of senior care services.

  • New Haven Assisted Living and Memory Care

    New Haven Assisted Living and Memory Care

    Schertz, TX 78154 17.6 mi Assisted Living
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    At New Haven Assisted Living and Memory Care, our centrally located kitchen allows the smell of home cooking to permeate throughout the house.

  • Heritage Place of Boerne

    Heritage Place of Boerne

    Boerne, TX 78006 27.7 mi Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Heritage Place of Boerne offers compassionate senior care in Boerne, TX, and we strive to create a home-like atmosphere for your loved one.

  • Brookdale New Braunfels

    Brookdale New Braunfels

    New Braunfels, TX 78130 29.2 mi Assisted Living, Respite Care
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    Here at Brookdale New Braunfels, it is our mission to provide assisted living care that is as great as the seniors we serve on a daily basis.

  • Rio Terra

    Rio Terra

    New Braunfels, TX 78130 32.3 mi Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care, Retirement Communities
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    Set on a 10-acre campus adjacent to a park and golf course, Rio Terra offers New Braunfels seniors a selection of senior living options to enjoy.

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Information About Assisted Living in San Antonio

Information About Assisted Living in San Antonio

Not only is San Antonio a great place to live, it’s a popular place to visit. No senior who chooses assisted living in San Antonio should have trouble coaxing the family to drop by, since the city is the Lone Star State’s top tourist destination.

Summers are warm and winters are so mild that it’s not unusual for a decade to pass between snowfalls. All this, and so much more, make San Antonio one of the best places in the country to retire.

San Antonio Attractions

History buffs residing in assisted living in San Antonio have easy access to not only the famous Alamo battle site, but also HemisFair Park’s historic buildings, fountains and gardens that were built in 1968 to host the World’s Fair. For seniors wishing to explore the area’s Latino heritage and culture, the Mexican Cultural Institute and the Museo Alameda display large collections and exhibits dedicated to Latino history.

Antonio’s attractions aren’t only geared to adults. Grandchildren will love being taken to the San Antonio Zoo, one of the largest in the country with 3,500 animals representing 600 species. Visitors can explore the zoo on the Brackenridge Eagle miniature train that runs along the San Antonio River through the Zoo and adjacent Brackenridge Park. Seniors who prefer underwater creatures will enjoy a trip to Sea World San Antonio, the world’s largest marine theme park.

San Antonio Senior Activities

Assisted living in San Antonio is anything but dull. Seniors are welcome at any of the four senior centers in the city: the Bob Ross Senior Center, the Northeast Senior Center, the District 5 Senior Center and the Willie M. Cortez Senior Center.

The centers host holiday luncheons, card games, book clubs and storytelling hours. Educational opportunities include courses on painting, stained glass, crochet, computers and dancing. Seniors can even learn how to play a musical instrument or join a choir.

San Antonio Medical Facilities

There are numerous hospitals, clinics and other facilities to keep residents of assisted living in San Antonio healthy and happy. Methodist Healthcare, the largest healthcare provider and second largest private employer in San Antonio, runs the 55Plus Program which provides seniors with a variety of services, all of which are either free or at discounted prices.

Baptist Health System operates five acute care hospitals in the San Antonio Metropolitan area offering a full range of medical services including cutting edge robotic surgery.

San Antonio Transportation

The city’s public transit system, VIA, is exceptionally suitable for residents of assisted living in San Antonio. Almost all of VIA’s buses are handicap accessible, with ramps for easy boarding. VIA also offers a free, one-on-one Travel Training program for residents with reduced mobility or disabilities to educate them on bus features, priority seating rules, scooter requirements and reduced fare policies.

San Antonio offers some of the best retirement living in Texas. View a list of local communities in this area by visiting our San Antonio Assisted Living page.

Written by senior housing writing staff.

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San Antonio, TX Assisted Living Costs

San Antonio, TX Assisted Living Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in San Antonio is $3,710 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $1,450 to $5,425 depending on location and other factors.

Cost of Assisted Living Facilities near San Antonio, TX

City Minimum Maximum Median
San Antonio, TX$1,450$5,425$3,710
Austin, TX$2,800$5,490$4,200
Corpus Christi, TX$2,400$4,650$2,800
Laredo, TX$2,250$2,250$2,250
Killeen, TX$2,795$4,968$4,020
Waco, TX$1,350$4,675$2,925
Round Rock, TX$2,800$5,490$4,200
College Station, TX$2,100$4,500$3,255
San Angelo, TX$3,100$4,363$3,731
Bryan, TX$2,100$4,500$3,255
Source: Genworth - 2013

Cost of Assisted Living in Texas

Most Texas assisted living communities charge a monthly rental fee that covers:

  • Room and board
  • Utilities
  • Facility maintenance
  • Three meals a day
  • Housekeeping
  • Activities
  • Emergency assistance

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.