Clearwater Retirement Communities

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Clearwater Retirement Communities

Regency Oaks

Review by Lorayne


We visited Regency Oaks Clearwater, and it was a good-looking place. The lobby was pretty, the dining room was gorgeous, and everything was nice. The guy giving us the tour was so busy talking to everyone else...

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The Oaks of Clearwater

Review by Helyn


The Oaks was very nice and very clean but really big with 14 floors. I felt my mom would get lost in the crowd. There wasn't a lot of personalized care in there. The price was a little high but still within reason. I only had contact with one of the staff members who was very good and thorough...

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Information About Retirement Community in Clearwater

Clearwater is located in Pinellas County, Florida, just west of Tampa. Its position on the Gulf Coast makes for some beautiful public beaches for residents to enjoy. As of the 2010 census, the population of Clearwater was 107,685. The city holds the Guinness World Record for the most consecutive sunny days in a row in a single year, at 361 days. Downtown Clearwater has been undergoing a lot of redevelopment in the past few years, with condominium construction that could be great news for retirement communities in Clearwater, especially since many portions of downtown feature views of the water. In addition, in 2012 Clearwater was named one of the top 10 places in the U.S. to retire by CBS Money Watch. DSC_3585_pp

Organizations Serving Seniors in Clearwater

Seniors in the Clearwater area fall under the service jurisdiction of the Clearwater Office on Aging, also known as Clearwater's Aging Well Center. The Aging Well Center is a senior center that promotes wellness, socialization, education, and creativity in residents aged 55 and over, providing a sense of community and supportive atmosphere for residents of Clearwater retirement communities and other area senior citizens. There is a senior helpline available to seniors and caregivers to assist with transportation, insurance management, legal help, meal services, mental health services, and advocacy. Clearwater participates in the Florida initiative Communities for a Lifetime, a partnership between the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and AARP which assists Florida cities, towns, and counties in "planning and implementing improvements that benefit residents, both youth and older." The city also sponsors a File of Life program, which helps seniors compile their important medical information to have in case of an emergency, along with a multitude of other services for Clearwater's senior residents.

Clearwater Senior-Friendly Activities

One of the most popular destinations in Clearwater is Clearwater Beach, a public beach that residents and tourists alike enjoy year round. For those who enjoy the outdoors, Moccasin Lake Nature Park is another great destination, and includes an environmental educational center with classes and wildlife rehabilitation. There are five public pools available to residents throughout the city. The Capitol Theater is an option for theater lovers; it was built in 1921, and has recently been remodeled. It is now a venue for many comedians and musical acts, and has hosted acts such as Jay Leno and BB King since being remodeled.

Clearwater Medical Facilities

The main hospital in the Clearwater area is Morton Plant Hospital, part of the Bay Care network. It was established in 1916, and is designated as one of the top 100 hospitals in the country by Thomson Reuters. Morgan Heart Hospital, a part of Morton Plant, is a national leader in cardiovascular health and offers the latest developments in minimally invasive procedures. Morton Plant also offers specialty neuroscience clinics that provide the best treatments for strokes, memory disorders, and movement disorders. The hospital is also home to an orthopedics program that offers both surgical and rehabilitative services for joint replacements, spinal conditions, and more.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Clearwater

Transportation is offered to seniors at a steeply discounted rate with the Neighborly EZride Service. For some entertainment and sightseeing combined with transportation, consider a ride on the Clearwater Jolley Trolley, which runs along Clearwater Beach and along a coastal route to take passengers to Downtown Clearwater, Dunedin, Palm Harbor and Tarpon Springs. Other public transportation is provided by the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority, with 203 buses serving more than 5,100 bus stops in Pinellas County. Clearwater retirement communities offer a fantastic home for seniors who want to enjoy a beautiful city with tropical weather. See our options for Clearwater retirement communities for more information on spending your golden years in this city offering fun and relaxation for people of all ages. Back to Top