Kansas Independent Living

The capitol building in Topeka, KS (Kansas) seen through the trees The average cost of Independent Living in Kansas is $2,038 per month. In Kansas there are 65 Independent Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Cost of Independent Living in Kansas

The average cost of Independent Living in Kansas is $2,038. Independent Living costs range from $795 to $3,516 depending on location and other factors.

City Minimum Maximum Median
Lawrence$1,499$2,423$1,961
Overland Park$1,715$2,700$2,174
Salina$1,400$1,900$1,650
Topeka$1,199$3,516$2,193
Wichita$1,324$3,045$2,202
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.

Kansas Independent Living Facilities by Region

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Seniors enjoying independent living in Kansas experience a wide selection of fun an engaging opportunities. The Emporia Zoo offers many rare animals in while all types of sea creatures can be found at the Salt City Splash Aquatic Center, including fish, turtles, sharks, octopi and seahorses. For seniors who enjoy golfing, The Quail Ridge Golf Course is a great destination. Some of other places of interest include the American Indian Art Center, Lee Richardson Zoo, Boot Hill Museum and Wonderscope Children's Museum. As for shopping and social activities, Kansas offers many spas, shopping centers, bars, clubs and entertainment complexes to suit a variety of tastes.

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Kansas seniors who are retiring and want to enjoy a healthy, meaningful lifestyle should consider independent living.Kansas Independent Living With independent living communities, retired seniors are be able to enjoy fellowship of retirees approximately the same age and take advantage of a wide variety of services and amenities right on site. Numerous services, such as local transportation and housekeeping, are generally covered under one flat monthly rate. If a senior requires some additional assistance with life’s daily activities, then Kansas independent living might not be the right option. Rather, an Assisted Living community or a Nursing Home are both better choices for individuals who require help with personal hygiene, dressing, medication management and mobility.