Louisville Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Louisville Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Louisville for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,030/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Louisville Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Wesley Manor $2,555/month
Sunrise of Louisville $4,010/month
Atria Saint Matthews $2,843/month
Atria Stony Brook $2,471/month
Atria Springdale $2,925/month
Belmont Village of St. Matthews $3,550/month
Elmcroft of Valley Farms $3,420/month
Elmcroft at Oaklawn $4,380/month
Traditions at Beaumont $2,895/month
Magnolia Springs East $3,195/month
Morning Pointe of Louisville $3,295/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Elmcroft of Mount Washington Mount Washington $3,570/month
Riverbend Jeffersonville $3,300/month
River Crossing Charlestown $2,635/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 Louisville Assisted Living Facilities

Wesley Manor

Review by Strong Woman

Consumer

Wesley Manor was fine. The dining area was very pretty, and the staff was great, but the rooms were terrible, dark, outdated, and looked dirty. It felt like walking back in the '70s. The clubhouse was the only thing I liked about that place.

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Atria Stony Brook

Review by Visitor

Consumer

My parents moved into Atria Stony Brook. They’re in level 1, which is basically bathing and dressing. I’m not really happy with them at this point. It’s a nice facility, but they have some staffing problems. When the maintenance director was released, it took some time to replace him...

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Atria Stony Brook

Review by Earl

Consumer

I liked Atria Stony Brook because someone was on-site 24/7 and my mother could eat her meals anytime she wanted -- it's community type meal. Her 1-bedroom would not be that large, but ample for her needs. There were some people in the dining room when I was there, but they had several things offered activity wise...

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Atria Springdale

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We have placed my brother at Atria Springdale two months ago, and he has been doing well. I like the location. The people are very nice and very cordial. They have a lot of activities and quite a number of different things to do. They have three meals and transport him to his doctor...

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Atria Springdale

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Atria Springdale was a nice community. While I was there, I was not able to see any interaction between staff and residents. The room that was available at the time was considerably smaller than others I'd seen.

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Atria Springdale

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Our choice for Dad was Atria. The amenities were excellent, the people were real nice, and we had chosen them over anybody else we visited. It’s new, modern, and updated. The staff came over, introduced themselves, and were very friendly. They had an excellent dining area.

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Map of Louisville Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Louisville

Founded in 1778 and named in honor of King Louis XVI of France, Louisville is one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachian Mountains. Sitting at the site of what was then Ohio Falls, the break of the Upper and Lower Ohio River, Louisville quickly became a central trading point for the west which continues to this day as UPS's worldwide air hub. Home of the Kentucky Derby, Louisville attracts people from around the world. Louisville is home to the Louisville slugger baseball bat and Kentucky Fried Chicken, both companies which were also founBelle of Louisvilleded in Louisville. Louisville is often labeled the Southern most Northern city given Kentucky's allegiance in the Civil War, yet Southerns claim it as the Northern most Southern city. However you view this vibrant city, Louisville is a perfect place for assisted living seniors.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Louisville

Elder Serve provides many services to assisted living Louisville seniors. Kentucky's KIPDA provides services from counseling to transportation to health care at little to no cost. TARC bus service operates 230 buses on 41 routes through five counties in Kentucky and southern Indiana. The fleet also includes 89 paratransit vehicles for those Louisville assisted living seniors that require additional assistance. Brightstar Care provides ride and transportation services for errands or point A to B travel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's as simple as picking up the phone and scheduling a ride to your destination. Catholic Charities also provides Louisville assisted living seniors with transportation services, grief counseling, social network introductions to other seniors, and medical support programs for those in need.

Louisville Senior-Friendly Activities

Louisville assisted living seniors have many available activities in this city. The city's Parks and Recreation Department provides a variety of athletic games, classes, workshops, and social events on a daily basis. Elder Serve's Oak Acorn Senior Center provides daily games and indoor exercise classes. The Commonwealth of Kentucky provides several services to assisted living Louisville seniors through its KIPDA program. There are several museums in the West Main District of downtown, including the Frazier Museum which provides rotating international exhibits as well as those wholly oGovanhill photoshoot at the Arches, Glasgow: Laughingwned by the museum. It is most famous for the largest collection of toy soldiers in the country. While you are in what is known as "Museum Row", assisted living Louisville seniors can walk to several other points of interest including the Kentucky Science Center, Louisville Slugger Museum, The Kentucky Center for Performing Arts, and the Muhammad Ali Center.

Louisville Medical Facilities

Baptist Health Hospital is rated the second best hospital in the state of Kentucky with exceptional geriatric, cardiac, and orthopedic care. Louisville assisted living seniors can find additional care in the Norton Healthcare System. The hospital has a unique approach in senior care through its Wellness for Life program, offering house calls and working in tandem with Louisville assisted living facilities to provide an extension of hospital care to home-bound and assisted living seniors. The University of Louisville Hospital has a cutting edge research facility for both stroke and cancer care. To see a list of local senior housing, visit our Louisville Assisted Living page. Back to Top