Atlanta Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Atlanta Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Atlanta for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,844/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Atlanta Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Arbor Terrace at Cascade $2,995/month
Atria Buckhead $3,221/month
Belmont Village at Buckhead $3,475/month
Dogwood Forest Dunwoody $3,000/month
Summerset Assisted Living $2,500/month
Brighton Gardens of Buckhead $3,640/month
Brighton Gardens of Dunwoody $2,810/month
Sunrise at Buckhead $3,910/month
Sunrise at Huntcliff Summit II $3,940/month
Bickford of Buckhead $3,450/month
Hammond Glen $1,745/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Atria Mableton Austell $2,769/month
Atria Park of Tucker Tucker $3,161/month
Atria Johnson Ferry Marietta $3,221/month
Elmcroft of Mt. Zion Jonesboro $3,120/month
Country Gardens Senior Living Union City $2,675/month
Elmcroft of Roswell Roswell $3,870/month
GoldenCrest Assisted Living at Morrow Morrow $3,250/month
Country Gardens Dunwoody Dunwoody $2,095/month
Tapestry House Assisted Living Alpharetta $2,800/month
The Phoenix at Dunwoody Dunwoody $2,800/month
Sunrise of Decatur Decatur $4,360/month
Sunrise at Five Forks Lilburn $4,630/month
Sunrise at East Cobb Marietta $4,870/month
Elmcroft of Milford Chase Marietta $3,030/month
Insignia of Sandy Springs Sandy Springs $3,200/month
The Gardens of Roswell Alpharetta $2,750/month
Sterling Estates of East Cobb Marietta $3,800/month
Village Park at Spalding Norcross $4,195/month
Parc at Piedmont - East Cobb Marietta $2,690/month
Woodland Ridge Assisted Living & Memory Care Smyrna $2,575/month
Provident Village at Creekside Smyrna $3,500/month
Shekinah Home Norcross $2,200/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 Atlanta Assisted Living Facilities

Arbor Terrace at Cascade

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Arbor Terrace Cascade is a wonderful little community that provides lots of activity options and excellent care. The leadership team has longevity in their roles within the community which I found to be very important to the type of care provided to the residents...

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Atria Buckhead

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Atria Buckhead is a beautiful community located in gorgeous Buckhead. Atria Buckhead is truly like "hotel living" the community is is conveniently located in Metro Atlanta with modern flare but provides a home-like southern charm decor inside. The community is moderate in size and is very clean...

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Belmont Village at Buckhead

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Belmont Village at Buckhead has been for a long time one of the best assisted living and memory care communities in the area. The staff is first class and the food is excellent. It is in a convenient location near doctors and hospitals as well as other amenities.

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Belmont Village at Buckhead

Review by Daughter of Resident

Consumer

My mother has lived at Belmont Village at Buckhead, Atlanta, GA for three years in the assisted living section and later in the memory care section. We have had a very positive experience with Belmont Village. We have noticed that the staff is excellent and often take a personal interest in my mother.

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Campbell Stone Sandy Springs

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Thank goodness for Campbellstone. The fact that they are subsidized helps so many seniors in the area. The staff seems very nice, and the residents there seem very happy.

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Canterbury Court

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Canterbury Court is a beautiful community in the heart of Buckhead with so many amenities in the community and nearby. The residents enjoy the independence they are afforded with all the services that are provided...

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Map of Atlanta Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Atlanta

As the capital and most populous city in Georgia, Atlanta’s metropolitan area is home to more than five million people. The city boasts numerous entertainment venues, parks, gardens, museums and other attractions of a large city, and its thriving economy is home to major international companies, including Coca-Cola and Home Depot, which have their headquarters here. Many of Atlanta’s millions of residents are native Georgians, while others are immigrants from countries all around the world. Seniors who choose assisted living in Atlanta will certainly never get bored, as there are always exciting things to experience in this vibrant city.

Atlanta Attractions

Atlanta enjoys a flourishing fine arts tradition. The city is home to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, the Georgia Boy Choir and many other ensembles. Marching bands are also very popular here. Other famous Atlanta attractions include Zoo Atlanta, the High Museum of Art and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. There are several major festivals that take place in the city, including the popular Dogwood Festival, a celebration of art in Atlanta. Residents of assisted living in Atlanta also enjoy a rich culinary scene, which includes traditional southern fare and delicious dishes from around the world.

Atlanta Senior Activities

A wide variety of senior programs are offered through the Fulton County Office of Aging, including adult day care, nutrition counseling, legal advocacy and a Dial-a-Ride program. There are also eight community senior centers in Atlanta. These offer classes and seminars, concerts, clubs and organized excursions to exciting events. Residents of assisted living in Atlanta are cherished citizens, and they have been honored each year for the past 25 years during Older Atlantans Month, when the city puts on a number of senior-oriented events. Atlanta seniors are also eligible to take advantage of the Seats for Seniors program, which distributes free tickets for sporting and entertainment events to local seniors.

Atlanta Medical Facilities

Atlanta is home to several world-class hospitals, including the Piedmont Hospital, Northside Hospital and Emory University Hospital. Northside Hospital has a highly regarded stroke center that treats patients and educates those who are at risk for stroke. Northside is also known for its diabetes education programs, which help patients with either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes live healthy, active lives. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Atlanta also have access to senior health services at Piedmont Hospital. These services include education and support services for patients and caregivers, and a diverse geriatric care management program. Geriatric care managers are available to help clients evaluate their needs and locate the proper health services.

Atlanta Transit

One of the major reasons many seniors choose assisted living in Atlanta is the city's extensive and reliable public transportation system. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) provides comprehensive bus and rail service throughout the area. Senior citizens may take advantage of the MARTA Reduced Fare Breeze card, which qualifies the holder to receive reduced fares on all MARTA buses and trains. Applicants must be at least 65 years old or a Medicare cardholder.

Cost of Assisted Living in Atlanta

Georgia offers seniors some of the most affordable assisted living in the United States. The median monthly rate for a private, one-bedroom unit in an Atlanta assisted living facility is $2,600.* However, due to variations between communities based on size, location and quality, assisted living in Atlanta can cost as little as $1,250 or as much as $5,625 per month. Seniors should expect to pay about $31,200 per year for assisted living services in the Atlanta metropolitan area.

Find Assisted Living in Atlanta

Atlanta is a diverse, complex and beautiful southern city that offers residents and tourists an unparalleled variety of things to see and do. To view a list of local senior housing, visit our Atlanta Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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