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19 Assisted Living Communities in Birmingham, Alabama

There are 19 assisted living facilities in Birmingham, AL and several assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Birmingham, AL is $2,958 per month.

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Reviews of Assisted Living Facilities in Birmingham

Rene R

1

April 12, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

They have a bedbug infestation throughout the entire building and will not tell you before moving in. When we removed our mother, she had 30+ bedbug bites all over her body. We had to leave all of her belongings behind and bought all new furniture and clothes for a new senior independent apartment. They also have a mold issue. The amenities that they promise are not totally provided. DO NOT MOVE YOUR LOVED ONES THERE!

Jann Y

5

November 2, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

What a fabulous facility! My parents are very happy at Lakeview and we couldn’t be more pleased. We had great references that said nothing but positive things. They are all true. It has been such a great experience to have them there. The staff is incredible and they are kind caretakers. So thankful!

Sharon

3

April 17, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I visited Fair Haven nursing home for mom. I did not have a very good experience there. I had made arrangements for them to meet me there several times, and I don't think they were very organized at all. There's some untidiness to the facility, but the outside looked very well kept. Inside, there were some things that could've been picked up a little bit better. I don't want to put them down on that because it could be shortage of help or whatever. The nurse who gave me the tour was excellent; she was a "five." The admissions coordinator was a "three" because she would not return calls, and I had to run her down for information. In fact, I don't think the admissions person even works there anymore. My mom was actually there for rehab before she tried to transition into the nursing home. The food was adequate. The value for the money was satisfactory. Their admissions office is just lacking in communication and responsiveness. Two other residents had contacted me because they had a family member on the same floor as my mom, and no one from the admissions office was communicating with them. That was right when COVID started last year, and I'm sure they were shorthanded, but still, communication was very bad and follow-up was very bad.

Joan

5

February 22, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to Somerby At St. Vincent's. It was a wonderful reception. The lady that I had planned to meet got tied up, but apparently they were two there who did tours, and the other staff was great. He and I had a lot in common; we've been into a lot of the same places. That made me feel real at home. The rooms were well done, they were very open. It's also a newer place. It is more expensive, but it is very lovely. Everything was lovely there. Everything was great. I had a meal there. They were thoughtful enough to do that, and that tells me that they really care about everybody. It was fresh fruits and it was their recipe for chicken salad. It was very good, but the cheesecake was not good. They have all of the amenities and a free membership to what's like a health club. They are also across the street from St. Vincent Hospital, which means if you ever have an emergency you'd be right there at the hospital. I like the way the rooms are arranged circularly. I can look out and see the street on one side and something else on another. I didn't feel at all shut in. They have a lot of interesting activities that I might like.

Mitzi

5

December 23, 2019

I visited this facility

I love Town Village Vestavia Hills; this community is amazing. They have a movie theater, they have a volunteer center, library, and dog park, and everywhere there's a coffee shop and a cafe. All the activities for the week are posted on the board. I saw that they were taking gifts somewhere and they were all in a room somewhere wrapping them. The apartments that I saw there were very good-sized, very clean, and updated. This place was probably my favorite. I also walked into their dining hall and it looked great.

Tammy

5

December 27, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mom just moved into Town Village Vestavia Hills, and everything has been going well. They are extremely nice and accomodating, and the place is very clean.

Tom and Carol Dye

5

September 20, 2018

I Am A Current Client Of This Provider

Regency Retirement Village has provided care for several of our loved ones over the past 4 years. The Management and Staff personnel have consistently demonstrated their sincere interest in the well being and daily satisfaction of both their residents and the resident's families. My wife and I would enthusiastically encourage an interested family to tour the Regency Birmingham facility, to talk to the residents, and select Regency as your loved one's new home.

SAm

5

September 6, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We placed my aunt in Regency Retirement Village. It was a much smaller place, with smaller staff members, and they’ve been very accommodating. It was more home-like with smaller groups. It has multiple floors but the assisted living facility was downstairs. It fit well, it was in the right location, and she liked it very much. They have a kitchen staff that’s been with them for a number of years, they’re well established, and they even refer to the head cook or chef there. He’s a very good cook, and he accomodates any guest that may be visiting the people that live there. The food is very good. They have outings, transportation, she has her primary care PA come by every other week, and he’s just right down the street. It’s just like everything’s right there in a fairly secure area in lakeshore. She’s happy to be there.

Gemma

5

August 30, 2018

I visited this facility

Regency Retirement Village was a perfect place. I wish my cousin could have gone there, but it was way beyond his means. It was neat, clean, and in great condition. It was also in a great location. They have many activities. The staff was friendly. We met one of the activity personnel and she was very informative. The person who showed us around was very informative. She introduced us to the director of the whole place. She showed us a lot of different options. The rooms were fabulous. The place itself was right beside the church, which would have been awesome for him. It was one of those places that has so many activities during the day. I mean, you couldn't get bored. The people who lived there seemed to know each other well and had established some friendships among each other. It has everything that you would need.

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Birmingham Assisted Living Facilities Cost

The median cost of assisted living in Birmingham for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,958/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

 

Information About Assisted Living Facilities in Birmingham

Located along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Birmingham is the largest city in the state of Alabama with a metropolitan population of over one million residents. Founded in 1871 and once the industrial hub of the southern United States, this city is now home to many medical research, financial, education and service companies. Residents of Birmingham assisted living communities enjoy a temperate climate with a comfortable year-round average temperature of 62°F. Known as the “Magic City,” Birmingham boasts a vibrant downtown area along with the most green space per resident of any U.S. city.

Discounts For Seniors in Birmingham

Amtrak
Travelers 62 years of age and over are eligible to receive a 15% discount off the lowest available rail fare on most Amtrak trains. Greyhound Bus Lines
Seniors ages 62 and up receive a 5% discount off the regular fare. Movie Theaters
Most theaters offer a $3.00 discount to seniors over 60 throughout Birmingham. U.S. National Parks – Senior Pass
The $10.00 lifetime pass provides access to more than 2,000 federal and state recreation sites. At many sites, the Senior Pass provides a discount on Expanded Amenity Fees, such as camping, swimming, boat launching and guided tours. The University of Alabama at Birmingham
UAB offers senior discounts for their plays and sports events for all people over 60.

Birmingham Senior Centers

  • Heardmont Senior Center – Shelby County
    5458 Cahaba Valley Rd, Birmingham, AL 35242
    (205) 991-9206

Birmingham Senior Services

  • AgeLine.net & The Alabama Cares Program
    Ageline.net is the website created by the state of Alabama to support the Alabama Cares program that provides information and resources to seniors.
    1-800-AGELINE (1-800-243-5463)
  • Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging
    Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) offer information and services to assist older adults stay in their homes. This can include information or services for at home meals, homemaker assistance and other services to make independent living at home a viable option.
    110 North Main St, Columbiana, AL 35051
    (205) 670-5770
  • Office of Senior Citizens Services
    Provides information and services to assist older adults stay in their homes. Serves Jefferson County residents.
    2601 Highland Ave Birmingham AL 35205
    (205) 325-1416
  • Retirement Systems of Alabama
    Offers relevant news about legislation in Alabama concerning retirees and what they can do to make changes in the government.
    (877) 517-0020
  • State Unit on Aging – ALABAMA, Region IV
    Each state has a State Unit on Aging (SUA) that oversees services and benefits to state residents delivered through local Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs). SUAs and AAAs were established under the Older Americans Act (OAA) in 1973 to respond to the needs of Americans aged 60 and older in local communities.
    770 Washington Avenue, Suite 470, Montgomery, AL 36130
    (334) 242-5743

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