Lakeland Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Lakeland Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Lakeland for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,200/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Lakeland Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Savannah Court of Lakeland $2,350/month
Grand Villa of Lakeland $3,095/month
Lake Morton Plaza $2,999/month
Arbor Oaks at Lakeland Hills $2,380/month
Grace Manor Suites $2,950/month
Lakeland Manor $2,200/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Central Tampa Assisted Living Tampa $2,500/month
The Hawthorne Inn Winter Haven $3,000/month
Helping Friends Assisted Living Valrico $2,350/month
Heritage ALF of Plant City Inc. Plant City $1,800/month
Heritage View ALF Inc Plant City $2,000/month
Lake Howard Heights Winter Haven $2,163/month
Lakeshore Assisted Living Thonotosassa $2,500/month
New Horizon Share Home Winter Haven $2,100/month
Palm Terrace Assisted Living & Adult Day Care Tampa $2,250/month
Patty's House #1 Lithia $2,500/month
Southern Gardens Lake Alfred $2,125/month
Westbrooke Manor Zephyrhills $3,185/month
Brandywyne Assisted Living Winter Haven $2,500/month
Water Edge of Lake Wales Lake Wales $3,680/month
Spring Haven Retirement Winter Haven $2,450/month
Dorothy Cares ALF, LLC Riverview $2,250/month
Legacy at Highwoods Preserve Tampa $4,295/month
Patty's House #2 Lithia $2,850/month
Patty's House #3 Plant City $2,500/month
Patty's House #4 Dover $3,000/month
Somerset Community Zephyrhills $2,100/month
Jovyia Comfort Home ALF Plant City $2,800/month
Durant Home LLC Plant City $2,500/month
Haines Manor ALF Haines City $1,900/month
Beach House Assisted Living & Memory Care at Wiregrass Ranch Wesley Chapel $3,700/month
Promise Pointe At Tampa Oaks Temple Terrace $3,395/month
Twin Creeks Riverview $3,250/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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.
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Reviews of Lakeland Assisted Living Facilities

Florida Presbyterian Homes

Review by Great-grandmother of ten


My husband and I moved into this facility in July 2008, mainly because my mother had lived here, and we knew the care she had received was excellent. We were snowbirds, from Northern IL,and after he retired from flying for American Airlines, we bought a home in FL, for the winter months...

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Brookdale Oakbridge

Review by Mike


Brookdale Oakbridge looked very good. My brother and I liked it, but my mom did not want to be in Lakeland. For the person showing us around, it was her first time, but she did a very good job. There were a lot of activities and a lot of things to do. The menu seemed good...

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Grand Villa of Lakeland

Review by Reviewer


Grand Villa of Lakeland was high class and expensive, and I felt comfortable when I first went in. I thought it was a good place, but after I saw what they did to my friend, I would not recommend that place at all. They put their residents in the TV room all day, so they could watch them all in one place...

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Grand Villa of Lakeland

Review by Kristen


Grand Villa of Lakeland was great, and we liked it. It felt like it's a more lively and homier community. They had a lot of activities going on. Everyone's very friendly. We feel that you have a lot to do and that it would be a good community...

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Lake Morton Plaza

Review by Ricky


Lake Morton Plaza is one of the high-rise places that I've visited. I had lunch with some of the very nice attendants. The food was great, and the portions were good. I understand that all of the meals are included in the deal. The place is somewhat attractive in comparison to other places...

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Lakeland Manor

Review by Sidney


My mother moved into Lakeland Manor. We chose it because it was conveniently 10 minutes away from my home. The price point that we were looking for, around $2,500 or less, was definitely a key point. It was one of the first places I visited. They had two locations and I visited both of them...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Lakeland

Lakeland was originally home to Native American tribes. The city was officially settled in the 1800s, thanks to the arrival of the rail service. The name “Lakeland” comes from the fact that the city has approximately 38 formally named lakes, along with several others that are not named. Lakeland has a population of around 100,000. The climate is subtropical and humid, and although the winter weather is relatively mild (definitely a bonus for those looking for assisted living in Lakeland), you can expect a significant amount of afternoon thunderstorms during the summer seasons. Lakeland is a wonderful place to live for many reasons, just one of which is the variety of activities the city offers for people of all ages. Hollis Garden in Lakeland, FL

Organizations Serving Seniors in Lakeland

Being that Florida is a state that attracts a lot of retirees, if you’re considering assisted living in Lakeland, you will certainly be pleased by all of the different organizations that cater to seniors. Aside from the AARP Foundation, there is also the Lake Morton Senior Center, the geriatric care management company All About Aging, and Platinum Benefit Planning, a senior Medicate and estate benefit business. Better Living for Seniors is a non-profit coalition of more than 200 public, private, and volunteer agencies serving senior citizens in Polk County, Florida. The Lakeland Activity Center for Seniors is one of several senior centers available to Lakeland assisted living seniors, this location being a program of the Catholic Charities of Central Florida. Betty Ready to Make Pies

Lakeland Senior-Friendly Activities

There are also plenty of activities for those in need of assisted living in Lakeland. There’s the annual Polk Senior Games, the beautiful botanical garden Hollis Garden, and Lake Mirror Park, which is a lake and recreational area that attracts a relatively large collection of swans and plenty of dining options. Plus, there is Lakeland Berries, a garden where you can pick some of the freshest and sweetest berries in all of Florida. Lakeland assisted living seniors may also enjoy a visit to the Polk Art Museum or the Florida Air Museum, along with the Harrison Center for the Visual & Performing Arts and the Imperial Symphony Orchestra. There are also several parks and libraries, the Lakeland Center (which is a multi-purpose venue that hosts various events year-round), and for baseball lovers, there’s also the Joker Marchant Stadium.

Lakeland Medical Facilities

Lakeland assisted living seniors benefit from several leading healthcare providers and facilities serving the area. Lakeland Regional Medical Center, for instance, is ranked as having one of the most advanced emergency divisions in the United States. This medical center also has what is known as the NICHE (Nurses Improving Care for Health-System Elders) program, a program which specifically tends to the healthcare needs of individuals who are over the age of 65 with the help of over 100 registered geriatric nurses. Valencia Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center is another option which offers special services to individuals who are recovering from surgery. In Lakeland, it is the biggest and oldest facility of its kind with plenty of activities and even dementia care. Lakeland is the kind of place that is large enough to keep you entertained while still remaining small enough to enjoy comfortable days. It is ideal for so many for a variety of reasons. For more information on assisted living options in Lakeland, visit our Lakeland Assisted Living page. Back to Top