Cincinnati Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Cincinnati Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Cincinnati for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,030/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Cincinnati Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Seasons $2,400/month
Evergreen Retirement Community $3,195/month
Atria Northgate Park $2,435/month
Barrington of Oakley $3,700/month
Carriage Court of Kenwood $3,400/month
The Kenwood by Senior Star $3,915/month
Eastgate Village Retirement Living $1,750/month
Mallard Cove Senior Living $3,500/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Brighton Gardens of Washington Township Dayton $3,610/month
Atria Highland Crossing Fort Wright $2,212/month
Atria Summit Hills Crestview Hills $2,824/month
Elmcroft of Washington Township Miamisburg $3,810/month
The Wellington at Dayton Dayton $4,042/month
Spring Hills Middletown Franklin $3,000/month
Bickford of Middletown Middletown $2,945/month
Elmcroft of Florence - Kentucky Florence $3,000/month
Barrington of West Chester West Chester $3,800/month
The Woodlands of Hamilton Hamilton $3,185/month
Laurelwood Senior Living Dayton $2,050/month
The Woodlands of Middletown Middletown $3,345/month
St. Charles Community Covington $3,035/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 Cincinnati Assisted Living Facilities

Seasons

Review by joyce

Consumer

After my husband became ill and our children live in California. One of the best decisions we made was for me to move to The Season's in Cincinnati. It is a beautiful campus and facility. The residents are congenial and the caring staff is the best I have ever experienced...

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Seasons

Review by Sue, Caering Friend of a love one

Consumer

I have been to your facility to see a friends love one. I was so pleased to find how great the care was at the Courtyard. The facility was clean and didn't smell. The staff was so friendly and helpful. When talking with Tim Twitty one of the housekeepers I asked him why he worked at the Seasons...

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Seasons

Review by Ann

Consumer

When I walk in the door I am almost always greated by the same person- I've come to know all of the faces at Seasons and they are all welcoming with a smile. My mother lives at the Seasons in Independent Living but I know that Assisted Living is not far off...

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Seasons

Review by Anne

Consumer

My mother was a resident in the Seasons for almost 15 years. She lived in all levels of the community. The Seasons was a great blessing to me. I knew Mom was well cared for and watched over. My husband and I were able to take vacations with peace of mind. The staff treated Mom as a member of their on family...

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Seasons

Review by Devoted Daughter

Consumer

My mother, now age 88, has lived at The Seasons for 12 years and loves it. She has lost a husband and many dear friends that she made while residing there, but can't imagine being happy anywhere else...

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Seasons

Review by Lisa Harris

Consumer

My parents moved in on New Year's Eve and from day one they have loved every moment! The staff is so kind and caring Tricia at the front desk went out of her way to make my parents feel welcome and at home...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Cincinnati

The Queen City of Cincinnati boasts nearly 300,000 residents within its borders and more than two million in the greater metropolitan area, making it the largest metro area in Ohio. Home to nine Fortune 500 companies, 15 Fortune 1000 companies and a thriving local economy, seniors who choose assisted living in Cincinnati enjoy easy access to the many amenities and services of a large urban city. Nestled in the southwest corner of Ohio along the Ohio River and Kentucky state border, Cincinnati has won numerous awards including being ranked seventh “Most Romantic City” in the United States on Amazon.com, ranked fifth on Forbes magazine’s list of “America’s Most Affordable Cities” in 2011, and named the most walkable city in Ohio.

Cincinnati Attractions

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Cincinnati can always find something to do or see in this exciting city. Lovers of the arts can view the latest exhibits at the Contemporary Arts Center or Cincinnati Art Museum, attend concerts by the Cincinnati Symphony or enjoy live performances at the Tony Award-winning Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. In the summer, sports fans can head to the Great American Ball Park to catch the Cincinnati Reds in action or visit the nearby Reds Hall of Fame Museum. In the fall, seniors can cheer on the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. The city is also home to a zoo, aquarium and numerous museums.

Cincinnati Senior Activities

The city offers a wide variety of programs for adults age 50 and older, allowing residents of assisted living in Cincinnati to connect with others in the senior community. With 16 dedicated senior centers around the city, seniors can make new friends while enjoying yoga classes, walking groups, line dancing, group trips, Bingo and much more. Cincinnati also plays proud host to the Southwest Ohio Senior Olympics, which is open to athletes age 50 and up, and has been honoring local seniors in The Senior Citizen Hall of Fame since 1968.

Cincinnati Medical Facilities

Home to several world-class medical facilities, high-quality health care is never far from a community of assisted living in Cincinnati. The Christ Hospital, which has more than 80 locations throughout the Cincinnati area, has been serving Southwest Ohio for more than 100 years. Offering advanced services in emergency care, spine treatment, cancer and cardiovascular care, the 555-bed, non-profit medical center has been ranked as one of the top 50 hospitals in the country.

Cincinnati Transit

Getting to and from a community of assisted living in Cincinnati is convenient and affordable with Metro bus service from the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA). Operating 365 days a year, Metro buses help seniors get to shopping, medical appointments, social engagements and more. For elderly adults who cannot ride traditional buses due to limited mobility or handicap, the city’s Access program provides special service in wheelchair-accessible shuttles. Access will pick up riders at their front door and take them directly to their desired location.

Find Assisted Living in Cincinnati

Assisted living in Cincinnati is an ideal choice for seniors searching for an urban retirement experience in the heart of the Midwest. View a list of local senior housing options on our Cincinnati Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell. Back to Top