I enjoy visiting Garden Estates of Tyler because it is a very nicely maintained both inside and out. The staff here was kind and informative. I looked at menus and activity calendar and they were sufficiently planned. Garden Estates is very clean and maintained. This community central located, so residents can easily access shopping, dinning, or theater.
Azalea Trails is a small cozy community. This community is very relaxing and peaceful. I was welcomed by the desk attendant with a smile and helpful assistance. I enjoyed my tour because the staff was friendly and knowledgeable. Some of the residents were returning from a shopping trip and were very happy and upbeat....
The Atria Willow Park looks rather plain from the outside, but it looks really nice on the inside. The atmosphere in this community seems to cater to active seniors, which is great. There is a pool table, card tables, and open common areas for socializing. The Activity Director has lots of fun, relaxing, and learning...
Atria Copeland is a beautifully landscaped community. The foyer is very welcoming and their dining experience is one of the best I've seen. The residents can actually eat a meal or snack at their own convenience and not have to wait on meal times. I think this is great, because I often am hungry at different times of...
Brookdale Tyler East is a smaller community, but it is not lacking in anything. They have a very personable and pleasant staff who are always eager to help when I visit. Their menus are well planned keeping diabetic and hypertensive residents in mind. This community is very clean and I can tell both the residents and...
The median cost of Assisted Living in Tyler is $3,875 per month. Assisted Living costs range from $2,850 to $4,635 depending on location and other factors.
Cost of Assisted Living Facilities near Tyler, 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.