Fort Myers Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Fort Myers Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Beautiful apartments with well furnished exterior and interior. The dining facility is quite small and the food is very unappetizing. Staff members sometimes put the needs of the residents at the backburner. There are a lot of nonverbal residents with vivid communication barriers...

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Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I would rate highly Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake. They have very professional staff and their residents seemed very happy.

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Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I like the people, the place, and the parking at Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake. I stayed there for lunch, and the food was good. The staff was very helpful. They have exercise, swimming pools, and recreational activities. They can take me shopping if I want to go on their schedule.

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Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake

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Consumer

I ended up at Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake and don’t like it all. The food and service in the dining room is mediocre; they don’t always have what’s on the menu or they don’t bring what a person orders even if it’s on the menu...

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Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake

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Consumer

Brookdale is a very nice facility that seemed to be well staffed and well maintained. My parents are currently living there. Security is very good, and the Alzheimer’s wing is under lock and key. My parents said they enjoy living there. They are on the first floor with a room large enough for their medical needs...

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Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake

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Consumer

Brookdale Fort Myers Cypress Lake is one of the facilities I would rate the highest because it was a small facility. We were very interested in bringing Mom to this place because of the layout and the friendliness of the staff. It was very clean and very nice, too.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Fort Myers

McGregor Blvd., Beach Road, Fort Myers, FloridaOne of the first military forts to be constructed along the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, Fort Myers played a critical role in the struggle against the Seminole Indians during the American Indian Wars. It is now the county seat and commercial center of Lee County, Florida and is the gateway to many popular attractions and beaches of the Southwest Florida region. Assisted living in Fort Myers couldn’t be more pleasant and enjoyable with its perennially sunny weather and mild temperatures. As of the 2010 census, 15 percent of Fort Myers residents are over 65 years old.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Fort Myers

The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida (AAASWFL) is located in Fort Myers. Like other Area Agency on Aging chapters, the AAASWFL provides a variety of valuable services to seniors in southwest Florida. The organization offers assistance to caregivers as well. Their services include mobility assistance programs, individual counseling, respite care, meal plans and housing and much more. The Riverside Community Center located in the Edgewood neighborhood of Fort Myers offers many different activities and classes for seniors. Discover how much fun assisted living in Fort Myers can be; take a low-impact aerobic class or learn ballroom dancing; enroll in a pottery class or simply meet new people. There are plenty of exciting and interesting opportunities for seniors in Fort Myers.

Fort Myers Senior-Friendly Activities

Because its beaches are not as crowded as those that are found in more popular tourist destinations, enjoying a leisurely stroSenior couplell along the shores of Fort Myers is a perfect way to spend a lazy mild afternoon. For a bit of history and culture in a comfortable indoor environment, visit the Southwest Florida Museum of History. View the artifacts that depict the early civilization of the region and get to know the people that made it their home including the Calusa and the Seminoles, the Spanish explorers and the first settlers. Assisted living in Fort Myers is unhurried and relaxed, much like the pace of the city itself. There are also quite a number of dinner cruises to choose from in Fort Myers. What could be more relaxing than being out on the water at sunset enjoying a lovely dinner with people who matter the most?

Fort Myers Medical Facilities

From a two-story, 10-bed county hospital set up nearly 100 years ago, the Lee County Hospital is now the Lee Memorial Health System, with four acute care and two specialty hospitals and a total of 1,423 beds. Serving the entire southwest Florida region and completing over one million patient contacts each year, it is the region’s premier health care provider. The Lee Memorial Health System supports assisted living in Fort Myers by offering their senior patients a hospital-based geriatric case management program. This is the only program of its kind for seniors in Lee County. The breezy, balmy weather, the quiet, uncrowded beaches, excellent medical facilities and interesting attractions make assisted living in Fort Myers light and enjoyable. If you are looking for assisted living, explore our Fort Myers assisted living communities. Back to Top