Wildflower Place is a very charming facility. The outside of the facility looks very nice and well landscaped. There are plenty of seating areas around the building that look like very comfortable places to rest. The main entrance of the building was very nice, though the look of the facility seemed a be dated. This...
Sodalis Memory Care Temple has a very homey atmosphere. These facility is on the smaller side of the scale (when compared with much larger facilities), but is nonetheless a family-like community. This facility specializes in Alzheimer’s and Dementia care. The outside of the facility looks much like a home, with a...
Elmcroft of Cottonwood shines in many aspects. The facility is bright, open and very modern. The front office is sunny and inviting and the staff appears to be eager to help. The facility grounds are quite expansive, but otherwise not too exhausting to walk. There are plenty of outdoor seating areas as well.The...
Brookdale Western Hills is a very nice facility. There are a few amenities at Brookdale Western Hills that really stand out. This facility allows small pets, which might make this a great deal for some but a deal breaker for others. This facility also has a very nice outdoor garden area for those who’d like to get...
Garden Estates of Temple has lots of charm. This facility has a distinctively ‘new’ feel about it. The facility is very spacious and modern with cozy furnishings that leave this facility feeling like an extension of home. I was quite impressed to see a piano in the building. Some of this facility’s amenities...
The median cost of Assisted Living in Temple for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,020/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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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.