Kansas City Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Kansas City Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Wornall Place

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Brookdale Wornall Place was really nice with plenty of activities for the residents. The place and setting were beautiful.

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Senior Star at Wexford Place

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Senior Star at Wexford Place was fine and OK. My mother didn't like it because it was too big and there were too many people there, and she wanted a smaller place. The apartment itself was not that nice. The food selection was not that broad. The dining room was not that cheery and pleasant...

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Senior Star at Wexford Place

Review by Anonymous


We had hoped that Mother would go to Senior Star at Wexford Place. The people were extremely helpful, especially one of the marketers. She went over and beyond what I felt would be her essential duties to make things easier for us. She even visited Mom in the hospital. They were very gracious and very accommodating...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Kansas City

Kansas City, Missouri is located in the northwestern part of the state in a sprawling metropolitan area over 300 square miles in size. With two million residents, Kansas City is the largest in Missouri and is nicknamed the "Paris of the Plains" due to the fact there are more boulevards there than in any other city except Paris. Assisted living in Kansas City offers seniors all the amenities and services of an urban center with the laid-back charm of Southern hospitality and living.

Kansas City Attractions

There are many exciting things to see and do in Kansas City. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art has recently undergone a $200 million renovation and expansion project. The museum has one of the largest collections of art in the country and is known for its iconic shuttlecock sculptures. For residents of assisted living in Kansas City, having one of the country's largest farmer's markets is a necessity. Thirty full-time merchants are available year round that sell the freshest meat, fruit and vegetables you can find.

Kansas City Senior Activities

Assisted living in Kansas City offers seniors a thriving social network thanks to 11 community centers that are scattered throughout the area. Each facility offers activities for seniors such as cards, pottery, aerobics, field trips, holiday parties and special interest classes. The Don Bosco Senior Center has been making a difference in the lives of adults ages 60 and older since 1974. The Center transports seniors to and from its facility as well as to shopping malls and doctor appointments. Seniors can receive free medical screenings and attend movie nights, play billiards, take yoga classes or keep in touch with family and friends at the computer lab.

Kansas City Medical Facilities

Truman Medical Center is found on Kansas City’s Hospital Hill, so named for the number of medical institutions located there. The facility is the primary teaching hospital for the University of Missouri-Kansas City and specializes in asthma, bariatrics, diabetes, women's health and trauma services. Residents of assisted living in Kansas City feel safe knowing that help is nearby.

Kansas City Transportation

There is an extensive bus system in Kansas City called the Metro, which is available 24 hours a day through the Night Pass program. For disabled riders, there are several agencies including the Metro that offer door-to-door service for a slight fee. With the MetroFlex On-Demand program, residents of assisted living in Kansas City are no longer burdened with bus schedules because you can call for a ride with just 24-hour notice. Assisted living in Kansas City is definitely a great place to retire as you'll never tire of the attractions, activities and friendly atmosphere. View a list of local senior housing options on our Kansas City Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top