Sarasota Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Sarasota Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Sarasota for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,098/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Sarasota Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Savannah Grand of Sarasota $3,095/month
Heron East $2,400/month
Heron Club $3,300/month
Heron House $2,750/month
Autumn of Sarasota $5,695/month
HarborChase of Sarasota $3,895/month
Kobernick House $2,736/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Magnolia Gardens Pinellas Park $2,880/month
Sun Towers Retirement Community Sun City Center $1,596/month
The Windsor of Bradenton Bradenton $2,995/month
HarborChase of Venice Venice $3,195/month
Grand Villa of Englewood Englewood $1,895/month
Pacifica Senior Living Sun City Sun City Center $2,795/month
Windsor Oaks of Bradenton Bradenton $3,570/month
The Windsor of Lakewood Ranch Lakewood Ranch $4,080/month
The Windsor of Venice Venice $4,090/month
Belvedere Commons of Sun City Center Ruskin $3,100/month
Woodlands Village Bradenton $1,824/month
Bradenton Oaks Bradenton $1,675/month
Bayside Terrace Pinellas Park $1,550/month
Sunset Lake Village Venice $2,500/month
Village Place Retirement Port Charlotte $1,999/month
Summerfield Retirement Bradenton $1,875/month
Grand Villa of St. Petersburg Saint Petersburg $3,195/month
Inspired Living at Lakewood Ranch Bradenton $4,300/month
Osprey Health Care Center Saint Petersburg $3,200/month
The Sheridan at Lakewood Ranch Lakewood Ranch $3,900/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com 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 Sarasota Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Sarasota Central

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Brookdale Sarasota Central was the first place that we visited. Their food was very good. The rooms seemed small, but I think we were looking at smaller places as we were just starting out. The person who accommodated us was very nice and gracious. We went back the next day and had lunch with her...

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Heron House

Review by Carol, for Dad

Consumer

When I was in Florida mom and I were looking for a memory care unit for dad. We visited Heron House twice unannounced and the place was spotless, people were very friendly and accommodating. Tammy the manager took us on a tour,and sat down with us explaining everything. Tammy was phenomenal...

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Heron House

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Heron House was OK. The staff was very good, very informative, professional, kind, and sounded caring. I just didn't like the room layout. It was in a good location, and the place looked clean. They showed us a couple of rooms, the memory care wing, and where the residents could go outside in a secured area...

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Heron House

Review by Visitor

Consumer

You could take a meal to your room at Heron House. It was nice, and they had separate bedroom facilities, which I liked. It’s well taken care of, clean, and had nice landscaping. The staff was very friendly, and the residents seemed pleased.

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Heron House

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We visited Heron House twice unannounced, and the place was spotless. We were impressed. Everybody was great. They took us on a tour, and Pammy, the manager, was phenomenal. She talked to Mom and helped in any way she could. We just felt so comfortable...

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Heron House

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Heron House is lovely and very pretty. My friend has a bedroom with a little living room, a veranda, and a kitchen with just a little sink and a small refrigerator. The staff are very good; we are very happy with them. They have a lot of activities. They keep the residents very engaged...

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Map of Sarasota Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Sarasota

Spanish explorers first discovered the bay area around 1513. Surviving maps from the 1700s name it Zara Zoté, which is thought to be what the Native Americans called it. When the United States took control of Florida it was first Sara Sota, later combined before statehood to Sarasota. Until the late 1800s, Sarasota was a seasonal fishing settlement with no permanent residents. Several wealthy families from the North came together by accident over a period of about 40 years, contributing to year round settlement. By the end of World War I, the city had just over 2,000 people. Assisted living in Sarasota can be quite enjoyable with beautiful beaches on several keys. A consistent year round climate, thanks to the warm Gulf of Mexico water, allows seniors to spend as much time as they choose outside. Sarasota - Downtown from Selby Garden

Organizations Serving Seniors in Sarasota

Many non-profit organizations support Sarasota assisted living seniors. The Sarasota Friendship Centers are the primary senior centers for the community. In addition to traditional activities found at senior centers, the Friendship Cafés offer several dining locations in Sarasota County. Both Meals on Wheels of Sarasota and Friendship Meals on Wheels provide home delivery meals to Sarasota assisted living residents. A pioneer nationally, Sarasota County's Friendship Center provides Health and Dental Services to those over 55 with lower fixed incomes or limited access to insurance from a fully volunteer-based staff of doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, and other health professionals. Sarasota assisted living seniors can utilize SCAN, a service of the county, which offers an exhaustive directory of services available to seniors. iTN Sarasota is a truly unique transportation service providing a 24/7 membership-based, taxi-like service, but with the care assisted living Sarasota seniors would expect. The service's motto is "Arm through arm. Door through door." No money is exchanged and tipping is not allowed. It's like having your own car, only seniors get to ride rather than drive. One additional resource of services available to Sarasota assisted living residents is the Florida Department of Elder Affairs, which provides a long list of providers of senior services statewide. Sarasota County Area Transport (SCAT) provides bus service along 24 routes from 5am to midnight, 7 days a week.

Sarasota Senior-Friendly Activities

Coloring One look at the Friendship Center's Activities Calendar and you'll quickly realize there is plenty to keep Sarasota assisted living seniors busy. From a class on how to use an iPhone to painting watercolors, yoga, hula dancing, bingo, and mahjong, the list of activities is diverse enough to engage any senior in an enjoyable activity. It will take multiple trips to the Ringling Museum to feel like you've seen it all. John Ringling, one of the five brothers who owned "The Greatest Show on Earth," started the museum with his own personal collection in the 1920s. Today, the museum is under the care of the University of Florida. Take a leisurely stroll through the Mote Laboratory & Aquarium to see oceanic life up close. Assisted living Sarasota seniors can find additional places of interest at the Visit Sarasota website.

Sarasota Medical Facilities

Sarasota Memorial Hospital is one of nation's top 100 cardiac treatment centers. Sarasota assisted living residents can rest assured that the hospital's Geriatric Department works directly with the majority of area assisted living facilities, providing oversight and assistance to their staff. The hospital is one of 15 in the State of Florida with a Memory Disorder Clinic to help patients with various memory issues. Doctors Hospital of Sarasota provides excellent care and has a renowned Orthopedic and Spine Center. To see a list of local senior housing, visit our Sarasota Assisted Living page. Back to Top