Boise Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Boise Assisted Living Facilities

Willow Park Assisted Living

Review by Caring Daughter

Consumer

The staff is right there for any concerns. My father had a heart attack and 3 strokes right after moving in. They attended the discharge meetings, revised his level of care, and immediately stepped up their care for my mom as well as my dad. In addition, these people are so very dog-friendly...

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Willow Park Assisted Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Willow Park Senior Living was clean, but my friend had different needs that they could not meet. The staff was very friendly. It was clean, well maintained, and had a good layout.

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Willow Park Assisted Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Willow Park was nice. We were shown one room that was nice and clean. They had a beauty salon where they did hair and nails. The dining area was very nice.

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Willow Park Assisted Living

Review by Chris

Consumer

Willow Park was excellent, clean, very bright, light, and warm. The staff is amazing, very helpful, and warm. It seemed like a fantastic place. The dining area is lovely and the menu looks great. The rooms are large and well-appointed.

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Brookdale Boise Parkcenter

Review by Holly, Caring Grandaughter

Consumer

My grandmother is staying in Wynwood and although the facility is beautiful...the staff are incompetent. Each time I visit an alarm is going off (and being ignored) at the front desk. The nurses have failed to remove medications from the room and dose my grandmother's as instructed...

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Brookdale Boise Parkcenter

Review by Nancy

Consumer

Brookdale Boise Parkcenter was clean and nice. The people were very friendly and the residents looked happy.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Boise

Nestled among the Rocky Mountain foothills, Boise, the capital and most populous city in Idaho, is located on the Boise River in a tree-lined valley from which it derives its nickname, "The City of Trees." This city of just over 200,000 has won numerous accolades for its livability including being named “A Top Retirement Spot” by Where to Retire Magazine. A combination of scenic natural beauty and a variety of services and amenities make assisted living in Boise a great choice for seniors.

Boise Attractions

Assisted living in Boise provides many opportunities to enjoy arts and culture as the city is a regional hub for jazz and hosts a symphony philharmonic, opera, ballet, several theater companies and over 13 museums and galleries. Home to one the largest Basque populations outside of Spain with approximately 15,000 residents, Boise’s "Basque Block," includes two Basque restaurants, the Basque Museum and Cultural Center, and a Basque market. Boise residents enjoy several annual Basque festivals and every five years hosts the world-famous Jaialdi International Basque Cultural Festival, the city’s largest cultural event.

Boise Senior Activities

The Boise Senior Activities Center is a popular gathering place for residents of assisted living in Boise and other local seniors. The Center offers a range of programs including classes on everything from arts to computers and activities such as dancing, card games and Bingo. Legal services, health screenings and exercise classes are also provided. Seniors who want to stop and smell the roses will enjoy a trip to the Idaho Botanical Garden. The Garden features 14 settings including native, exotic, theme and display "rooms" on its 15 acres, nearly all of which accessible by wheelchairs, walkers and canes. The Garden is also host to a summer concert series welcoming a variety of acts.

Boise Medical Facilities

The Boise metropolitan area offers advanced medical technology and a wide-range of specialists to those in assisted living. Boise has several major hospitals including Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, Boise’s first and oldest hospital. In addition to its 381-bed acute care and surgical facility, Saint Alphonsus also operates The Saint Alphonsus Medical Group of more than 70 board-certified physicians who provide primary care throughout the region. Saint Luke's Regional Medical Center, which has been serving Boise for over 100 years, is known as a center of excellence in cancer, heart and women's care. St. Luke's is also a designated Magnet hospital, the gold standard in nursing care.

Boise Transportation

Boise's Valley Regional Transit operates the ValleyRide bus service six days a week within Boise and its immediate suburbs at a discounted rate for seniors 65 and older. ValleyRide also offers the ACCESS paratransit curb-to-curb service, available for seniors whose mobility issues impede the use of regular public transportation.

Cost of Assisted Living in Boise

The median cost for a single-occupancy, one-bedroom assisted living apartment in Boise is $3,270 a month,* which is just a few dollars more than the national average. Depending on the type of facility, the size of the apartment and the quality of services provided, assisted living in Boise can cost as little as $2,250 or up to $4,337. Overall, seniors and their families should expect budget $39,240 annually.

Find Assisted Living in Boise 

Assisted living in Boise offers metropolitan city living in a beautiful natural setting. For a list of assisted living communities in the area, visit our Boise Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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