Omaha Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Omaha Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Omaha for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,910/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Omaha Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Bickford of Omaha - Hickory $3,194/month
Westgate Assisted Living $3,510/month
Fountain View Senior Living $4,500/month
Via Christe $3,225/month
Aksarben Village $3,500/month
Esprit Whispering Ridge $4,160/month
Bickford of Omaha - Blondo $3,194/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Granville Villa La Vista $2,800/month
Silver Ridge Gretna $2,990/month
Richmont Village Bellevue $2,965/month
Autumn Pointe Assisted Living Fort Calhoun $2,550/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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 Omaha Assisted Living Facilities

Bickford of Omaha - Hickory

Review by Visitor


I would not recommend Bickford of Omaha - Hickory. If your parent doesn't have any issues at all, then it might be fine. They call themselves a memory care unit, but they don’t want to deal with a resident who maybe can’t find his way into his own room and wanders into other rooms...

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Westgate Assisted Living

Review by Linda R.


Westgate is my final pick, and if everything works out, we will place my husband there early next year. You walk into a huge common area, they have birds, rabbits, and a resident dog. They have two chefs in the cafeteria, the meals are awesome, and they can accommodate special diets...

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Brighton Gardens of Omaha

Review by POA and Daughter of Resident


I'm POA for my mom and we chose this facility after moving from Bickford, which I recommend highly if your loved one has dementia. Unconcerned About Medical Needs: First, you pay specifically to have meds dispensed. We pay $24 dollars a day or $744 a month...

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Brighton Gardens of Omaha

Review by Scottj818


My dad was a resident at Brighton Gardens for about 2 years. The compassion and care he received while there was very good. The management team contacted us when the need arose and were very responsive when we needed their help...

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Brighton Gardens of Omaha

Review by Donna


Brighton Gardens of Omaha was open and friendly. What I noticed right away was the cheerful voices as soon as they opened up the front door. The residents were everywhere, looking busy with their activities, which I didn’t notice in any of the other places I visited...

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Brighton Gardens of Omaha

Review by Mandy


The visit at Brighton Gardens of Omaha was very good. They were wonderful. The rooms were small, the environment was very beautiful, and the staff was exceptional.

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Map of Omaha Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Omaha

Founded in 1854 and nestled along the Missouri River, Omaha is the largest city in Nebraska with a population of 454,731. This bustling town was founded during the pioneer period and was known as the "Gateway to the West" because of its location along the Missouri River at a crossing called Lone Tree Ferry. Seniors who choose assisted living in Omaha will find this town has much to offer from shopping in the Old Market district to dining at restaurants lining cobblestone streets.

Omaha Attractions

Omaha has unique attractions, one of which is Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo. This is the only place where you can walk over a swinging bridge in the largest indoor rain forest in the world. Visitors can touch, smell, see, hear and become part of this natural rain forest while observing animals that either roam free or are contained behind rock and water barriers. Another enjoyable attraction for residents of assisted living in Omaha is the Fremont Dinner Train where guests will be transported back in time to the 1940s. Music, restored dining cars and a trip through the Elkhorn Valley make this journey complete.

Omaha Senior Activities

The Parks and Recreation Department of Omaha has several community/senior centers located throughout the city. Each of the community centers provides a unique blend of programs and activities for residents of all ages. The Near North Senior Center offers residents of assisted living in Omaha senior programs, a swimming pool and a game room in which to play Bingo, cards and Dominoes. The center is open weekdays during the morning and afternoons.

Omaha Medical Facilities

The Creighton University Medical Center is a premier academic medical center in the region. It has advanced levels of medical specialties including oncology, surgery and cardiovascular care, as well as an expert team of trauma specialists. This 334-bed facility was established in 1870 and has 140 years of experience in offering efficient, excellent care to seniors enjoying assisted living in Omaha.

Omaha Transportation

Omaha Metro is a timed-transfer service that provides fixed, circular and express/commuter route services to a 100-square-mile area, which covers almost 85% of the city of Omaha. Metro also offers disabled residents of assisted living in Omaha the MOBY service, a door-to-door paratransit service. Metro's fleet is comprised of small, medium and large size buses and vans. It is 100% ADA accessible and has almost 4,000 posted bus stops. Seniors can also purchase discounted tickets to ride the Metro. Omaha is not only a "Gateway to the West" but a gateway to many recreational, cultural and historic pursuits. Assisted living in Omaha not only offers seniors access to excellent medical care but is conveniently located in the middle of the country, allowing for visits to nationally recognized landmarks. To see a list of local senior housing visit our Omaha Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer.   Back to Top