Kansas City Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Kansas City Assisted Living Facilities

Manor Place Retirement Apartments

Review by carole collins


had appointment to see apt and no one showed up or called me-i was threr on time

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The Piper

Review by HD family


What an amazing community! My father-in-law is living here and we are all amazed at the quality of staff, the compassion of everyone, how his needs are consistently met, and how many things there are for him to do when he wants to participate...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Kansas City

Founded in 1868, Kansas City sits at Kaw Point, the intersection of the Kansas and Missouri rivers. The third-largest city in the State of Kansas, Kansas City has an estimated population around 144,000 with almost 12% of residents age 65 or older. The Kansas City Metropolitan area is home to nearly two million residents. Located almost exactly in the middle of the country, Kansas City has a moderate climate with a distinct change of seasons. A well-established city within a large metropolitan area offers a multitude of options for assisted living in Kansas City.

Kansas City Attractions

Legends Outlet, a 1.2 million square-foot, open-air "lifestyle center," offers a wide-range of shopping including large department stores, boutiques and outlet stores, as well as fantastic entertainment and dining opportunities including a 14-screen movie theater. This place is so legendary it even has its own audio walking tour. However, if this is too much walking to contemplate, complimentary wheelchairs are available. For those who crave speed, the Kansas Speedway hosts NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series as well as Indy Racing League's IndyCar Series. Sports fans enjoying assisted living in Kansas City also root for the Kansas City Royals Major League Baseball (MLB) team and the Kansas City Chiefs football team.

Kansas City Senior Activities

Residents of assisted living in Kansas City need not wonder what to do with their time. The Pat Hanlon Senior Citizen Center offers recreational activities, covered dish luncheons, presentations, games and a meeting space for over 30 senior clubs each offering their own activities. The clubs range from retirees of a specific industry and religious clubs to needlework clubs and even AARP.

Kansas City Medical Facilities

Residents of assisted living in Kansas City can count on receiving excellent healthcare. University of Kansas Hospital has been recognized for excellence in the practice and treatment of geriatrics, urology, heart and heart surgery, kidney disorders, pulmonology, and ear, nose and throat. They also have a nationally-ranked cancer center that is capable of treating even the rarest types of cancer. Providence Medical Center has been caring for the Kansas City community since 1918 and provides a full range of services with expertise in cardiac care, cancer care, neurosciences and orthopedics. Emergency care is provided 24/7 with advanced care options for cardiac emergencies.

Kansas City Transportation

For residents of assisted living in Kansas City, there are many ways to stay mobile. A fixed-schedule bus system is half-price for seniors age 60 and older. Senior Group Transportation provides bus tours and field trips for senior clubs and civic groups. Aging Transit provides on-demand, door-to-door service for appointments, trips to stores or just to visit a friend. They even make special grocery shopping runs. A large city with a small-town feel, Kansas City offers seniors a high-quality retirement experience. View a list of local senior housing by visiting our Kansas City Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top