The median cost of Assisted Living in Reno for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,250/month (Genworth - 2013).
This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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.
Steer Clear My Sweet Mother Has been in this facility in the Memory Care Wing up until recently... she was sent to the Emergency via Ambulance and Is Now Hospitalized .. suffering from a severe infection Very Poor Care Her clothes and personal belongings have disappeared...
Brookdale Northwest Reno is a beautiful place with different types of rooms. I saw the wonderful upstairs and downstairs dining areas. Mom needed someone to administer her insulin, but the state has regulations and this place does not have a license to do that...
Brookdale Northwest Reno is great. My mother is in the memory care section. I like the friendliness of the staff; everybody I speak to is very nice, really informative, and very positive. The menus are always good...
Brookdale was clean, orderly, and the people were friendly and professional. The rooms were very nice, fresh, clean, and ready to move in. The dining facilities and everything were really nice, and they had a separate dining area for families...
Information About Assisted Living Facility in Reno
Known as "The Biggest Little City in the World," Reno is home to over 220,000 people. Located on the western border of Nevada, this city is famous for its casinos and the birthplace of the Harrah's Entertainment gaming corporation.
The city of Reno is situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range and enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year. Residents of assisted living in Reno will find that it offers multiple activities, beautiful scenic views and unique shopping and entertainment opportunities.
The West Street Market is a hub of food, shopping and entertainment where seniors interested in assisted living in Reno can partake in an urban market with eco-friendly themes. West Street also features a Farmer's Market on Sundays.
Art lovers will be delighted with the Nevada Museum of Art, which hosts creative exhibits from renowned artists, such as Chester Arnold and Pablo Picasso. The museum also offers other cultural pleasures such as concerts and lectures.
Reno Senior Activities
The Neil Road Recreation Center (NRRC), located in the southern part of the city, was recently expanded to include Reno's first senior center. This facility offers seniors enjoying assisted living in Reno numerous amenities, including a full-size gymnasium and fitness center, public-use computers and meeting rooms.
Senior programs, such as game groups, dance clubs, social services and fitness classes are also provided at the center. A new addition to NRRC is an affordable nutritious lunch offered during the week where adults over the age of 60 can enjoy a tasty meal with friends.
Reno Medical Facilities
Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center boasts over 100 years of experience in providing quality care to the citizens of Reno and the surrounding area. What began as a few Dominican sisters stopping in the area to bring education to children and farmers has grown into a state-of-the-art medical and surgical facility. Established in 1908, this 380-bed hospital now has more than 10 healthcare facilities throughout the Truckee Meadows area.
Residents of assisted living in Reno can take advantage of medical services including oncology, neurology, cardiovascular care, orthopedics, hospice, rehabilitation and a kidney care center. Recently, Saint Mary's received a National Stroke Achievement Award and recognition for its heart failure program.
Run by the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC), Reno's transit system is the RTC Ride. RTC’s main terminal is located in downtown Reno with secondary terminals located in other parts of the city.
RTC Access provides transportation for the disabled. Seniors and persons with disabilities can obtain a free photo ID card that entitles them to ride RTC transportation for a reduced rate. Residents of assisted living in Reno can rest assured knowing that RTC provides safety, convenience and affordability to its passengers.
Reno is a world class destination for visitors and residents because of its rich culture and history. Year-round outdoor and indoor activities make this an ideal place for seniors to retire. To learn more about local senior housing, visit our Reno Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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