Louisiana Independent Living

The LA (Louisiana) state capitol building sitting on the banks of the Mississippi RiverIndependent living in Louisiana enables seniors to enjoy their lives free from the hassle associated with home ownership while being surrounded by others of similar age and interests. Communities provide meals on a daily basis, and a variety of events and activities are generally scheduled with regularity. Accommodations are offered in a variety of layouts that usually come with a private kitchen, so residents are free to prepare their own meals if they do so desire.

In Louisiana there are 19 Independent Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs. The average cost of Independent Living in Louisiana is $2,769 per month.

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Louisiana Independent Living Facilities by Region

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Other Areas in Louisiana

Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Shreveport

Map of Louisiana Independent Living Facilities

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Cost of Independent Living in Louisiana

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The average cost of Independent Living in Louisiana is $2,769. Independent Living costs range from $1,695 to $3,968 depending on location and other factors.

City Minimum Cost Maximum Cost Median Cost
Kenner$2,199$3,968$3,084
Shreveport$1,895$3,357$2,626
Source: SeniorHomes.com - 2012
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Overview of Louisiana Independent Living

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There are plenty of outdoor activities for seniors enjoying independent living in Kansas. Common activities often provided onsite can include swimming, lawn bowling, tennis and croquet. Aside from events and activities provided, Louisiana offers man places to visit and explore. Theaters, museums, restaurants, cinemas, and parks are just a few of the area attractions often found close to independent living communities. Seniors in Louisiana have the opportunity to visit a variety of tourist attractions, such as The Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Museum, the Voodoo Museum, Layton Castle and Old Louisiana State Capitol are just a few of the must-see attractions.

Independent Living in Louisiana Defined

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One the best things about living in a Louisiana independent living community are the many on-site services.Louisiana Independent Living Seniors no longer have to worry about housekeeping, home maintenance or transportation arrangements as these are generally all provided and covered under the monthly rental cost. Residents can choose to participate in clubs and activities which are great opportunities to stay active, while there is always ample opportunity for relaxation throughout the community in one of many lounge and common areas. Seniors who require additional help during the day might find a better fit for their needs at an Assisted Living or Nursing Home within Louisiana.

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