Tallahassee Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Tallahassee Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Tallahassee for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,399/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Tallahassee Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
HarborChase of Tallahassee $4,075/month
St. Augustine Plantation $3,800/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

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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 Tallahassee Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Hermitage Boulevard

Review by CaringReviewer138294

Consumer

The rooms at Brookdale Hermitage Boulevard were a nice size. The kitchen and the dining area were nice. The landscape and the courtyard were very nice. The anterior part had a pretty design but aesthetically, there were scuff marks on the walls, and it didn’t look like it was maintained...

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HarborChase of Tallahassee

Review by Anonymous

Consumer

HarborChase of Tallahassee is too expensive, but it's wonderful. The people and the facility were great, but it was just too expensive. They have music, games, and seminars. They have lots of different things. The staff members that I met were very nice and knowledgeable; they answered all my questions...

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St. Augustine Plantation

Review by Anonymous

Consumer

The place that I really like is St. Augustine Plantation. It was wonderful. It's the one I'm trying to get my mom into, and we're still in the process. I like that it was clean, I like the way the rooms were made, I like the care levels, and I like the people. I also like the location. I saw a 1-bedroom...

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St. Augustine Plantation

Review by Alber

Consumer

I like the attention that the staff of St. Augustine Plantation give to my parents. It feels more like an ocean cruise. They provide three meals a day and transportation. I am overwhelmed by how professional they are and how they almost go above the call of duty...

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St. Augustine Plantation

Review by Sandy

Consumer

I thought the rooms at St. Augustine Plantation were excellent. The dining area was nice. It was a nice, large facility, but I don’t think you get direct care; I didn’t sense that. I think their activities were organized. The staff was OK, but they didn't seem that compassionate.

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Map of Tallahassee Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Tallahassee

The capital of Florida, Tallahassee is a genteel city known for its polite residents and Southern hospitality. The city has a population of about 180,000 and is home to Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Florida's Legislature. Tallahassee is also adorned by rolling hills, oak-canopied roads, and plantation homes, making it a truly unique location where college town meets cultural center and history meets nature. Parks, restaurants, art galleries, museums, and wildlife habitats ensure assisted living in Tallahassee is always enjoyable for your loved ones. The Florida State University

Organizations Serving Seniors in Tallahassee

Assisted living in Tallahassee is enhanced by the number of organizations dedicated to serving seniors. For instance, The Elder Care Services, Inc. is an organization run by seniors for seniors. They help over 8,000 seniors annually by providing services such as hot meals, clean clothes, transportation, and companionship through collaborations with local foundations. The Alzheimer's Project is specifically dedicated to helping seniors with Alzheimer's through completely free services ranging from counseling to respite services to support groups. For informational resources, there's the Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, a non-profit organization that serves as an aging resource. It provides information and guidance to link seniors with resources such as Medicare, Elder Abuse, Medicaid, and other programs. Seniors interested in educational programs can drop by the Tallahassee Senior Center offers classes in art & painting, woodcarving, health & fitness, and language. The Center even organizes trips - in one year alone, seniors traveled to the Gulf of Mexico, the Canadian Rockies, the Galapagos Islands, and Machu Picchu. The Tallahassee Democrat offers a complete list of organizations serving seniors in the area. Beach Walk

Tallahassee Senior-Friendly Activities

Tallahassee is home to a wide range of historical and cultural attractions seniors will love. If politics is a topic of interest, you'll surely want to check out the Florida State Capitol and Supreme Court, along with the Florida Governor's Mansion. The Museum of Florida History and Tallahassee Museum are also great day-time destinations, as they attract thousands of visitors every year for their extensive historical artifacts. More adventurous seniors will also enjoy the number of outdoor activities Tallahassee has to offer. The city is surrounded by thousands of acres of wildlife, including the Apalachicola National Forest, Maclay Garden State Park, Lake Talquin State Forest, and geological wonders like the Florida Caverns, Leon Sinks, and Mission San Luis. Take your loved ones on a scenic hike at any one of these locations to keep them engaged and active.

Tallahassee Medical Facilities

If you are considering a Tallahassee assisted living option, you may be curious about what medical facilities are within the area. The main provider is the Tallahassee Primary Care Associates, a network of physicians that serve the community. Hospitals in the area include HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital, Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, and Capital Regional Medical Center. Combined, the hospitals employ thousands of medical experts in fields such as heart & vascular, rehabilitation, mental health, and emergency care. Capital Regional offers specific senior-care services, including a senior-only emergency room and geriatric assessments. This ensures short wait-times and specialized care for your loved ones. Tallahassee's inviting hospitality is only matched by its vibrancy of entertainment options. A fusion of charming personality and cosmopolitan flair defines the spirit of this lovely Southern town - an ideal destination for assisted living. To learn more about local senior housing options, visit our assisted living in Tallahassee page. Back to Top