Connecticut Independent Living

A lone lighthouse stands at the end of a point in CT (Connecticut) The average cost of Independent Living in Connecticut is $3,490 per month. In Connecticut there are 61 Independent Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Cost of Independent Living in Connecticut

The average cost of Independent Living in Connecticut is $3,490. Independent Living costs range from $1,424 to $5,200 depending on location and other factors.

City Minimum Maximum Median
Farmington$2,374$3,600$2,987
West Hartford$3,295$4,362$3,829
Source: SeniorHomes.com - 2015
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.

Connecticut Independent Living Facilities by Region

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Map of Connecticut Independent Living Facilities

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Connecticut is one of the most beautiful states in the Northeast. Its four-season climate makes it ideal for retirement. With a mostly rural setting, the state is a dream for those who love the great outdoors with woods and trails filled to brim with game and lakes stocked with fish. Although New York City’s many cultural and commercial amenities are just a short train ride away, there are many local eateries and stores that make the small towns in the area quaintly unique. This state is proud of its heritage and routinely hosts state fairs that promote the area’s history and cuisine.

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Independent living is ideal for retired seniors over the age of 55 who enjoy their independence. Independent living communities allow people to stay connected with others but enjoy the freedom of doing what they want when they want to. Residents of Connecticut independent living facilities are typically in good health and do not require assistance with life’s daily activities such as bathing, dressing or grooming. They can schedule their own activities and make their own meals, or choose to take advantage of those services offered by their independent living community. Seniors who need help with personal chores would be better served in an assisted living facility, where professional caregivers are on staff 24 hours a day to help, or a nursing home, should they have more serious medical conditions that deter them from walking around freely and require consistent nursing care. You can find communities that offer skilled nursing and assisted living services in Connecticut in our Assisted Living and Nursing Home categories.