Cleveland Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Cleveland Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Cleveland for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,200/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Cleveland Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
McGregor $5,250/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Gardens at Westlake Senior Living Westlake $3,875/month
Woodside Senior Living Bedford $1,665/month
Bloom at Lakewood Lakewood $3,000/month
Independence Village of Avon Lake Avon Lake $4,750/month
Eliza Jennings Assisted Living Community at Devon Oaks Westlake $3,300/month
Eliza Jennings Retirement Campus at The Renaissance Olmsted Falls $5,400/month
Light of Hearts Villa Bedford $2,800/month
Vista Springs Macedonia Macedonia $3,750/month
Tranquil Gardens Seven Hills $2,800/month
Forest Hills Place Cleveland Heights $2,584/month
Danbury Senior Living Broadview Heights Broadview Heights $3,300/month
Vista Springs Greenbriar Parma $3,750/month
Rockport Elder Daycare Rocky River $2,000/month
Rockport Elder Daycare Rocky River $2,000/month
Vitalia Senior Residences at Strongsville Strongsville $3,805/month
Lantern Of Chagrin Valley Chagrin Falls $3,900/month
Elmcroft of Sagamore Hills Sagamore Hills $3,930/month
Danbury in Brunswick Brunswick $3,400/month
Vitalia Senior Residences at Westlake Westlake $3,800/month
Southwest Commons Strongsville $5,060/month
The Woods at Solon Pointe Solon $3,100/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 Cleveland Assisted Living Facilities

Sunrise At Parma

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This community has several staff members available to greet you when you walk through the entry. The challenge is they are not very friendly nor willing to answer questions. The staff seemed busy and unable to have a friendly or supportive relationship with the residents...

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Sunrise At Parma

Review by Local Professional

Expert

There are upsides and downsides to Sunrise at Parma. Some of the upsides to this facility are that the building is lovely and has very nice outdoor areas. There’s a nice sitting area beneath a gazebo where residents can sit and enjoy the sun. Inside the building is quite clean and well managed as well...

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The Woodlands of Shaker Heights

Review by Local Professional

Expert

The Woodlands of Shaker Heights is structurally a beautiful community. It provides a historical Shaker Heights feel on the exterior of the community but the indoor decor is slightly dated...

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The Woodlands of Shaker Heights

Review by Local Professional

Expert

When touring this community the staff lacked customer service skills and could benefit from knowing more about the community. The staff seemed bothered by the additional care that some residents needed. The community was inviting, clean and free from odor...

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McGregor

Review by R.B.

Consumer

I like McGregor because it's clean and the staff is nice. My father has a studio apartment and it's spacious and nice. They have activities, trips that they go on, and physical therapy. They provide meals, but my father does his own meals since he's in independent living.

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Map of Cleveland Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Cleveland

Cleveland is a gorgeous city located on the southern shore of Lake Erie in northeastern Ohio. About an hour's drive from the Pennsylvania border, it is home to a cosmopolitan population of nearly 500,000 that is friendly to seniors. Named an All-America City five times by the National Civil League, Cleveland is a city where ordinary folks come together to tackle community challenges—a plus for seniors enjoying assisted living in Cleveland. The second largest city in Ohio, Cleveland has been named one of the most livable cities in the United States by The Economist.

Cleveland Attractions

Often called the “Rock 'n' Roll Capital of the World,” Cleveland offers an eclectic mix of attractions for residents of assisted living in Cleveland to explore. Home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, which sits along the Lake Erie Waterfront in downtown, Cleveland offers visitors a chance to explore costumes, lyrics and other musical memorabilia. University Circle is a hub for educational, cultural and medical institutions that include the Cleveland Botanical Gardens, University Hospital, Cleveland Museum of Art and Case Western Reserve University. Lovers of the performing arts will find the Playhouse Square Center a rich place for entertainment and continuing education all year round, and the Cleveland Orchestra ranks among the best the world has to offer.

Cleveland Senior Activities

Residents of assisted living in Cleveland may participate in any number of activities sponsored by the city from its annual Senior Day, which is held during Old Americans Month in May, to the Cleveland Senior Walk. Cleveland seniors may also engage in the city’s Fifty and Fit program which offers a variety of physical activities, such as swimming and low-impact aerobics, as well as arts and crafts classes, game groups and social hours.

Cleveland Medical Facilities

Quality medical care is never far from a community of assisted living in Cleveland. Cleveland Clinic is a multi-discipline health care center offering over 120 medical specialties and subspecialties. The clinic has been named as one of the nation's best facilities for cardiac care for 16 consecutive years by US News & World Report. It is also the envy of the medical world in cancer care and many other ailments of concern to seniors.

Cleveland Transit

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Cleveland have easy access to a comprehensive network of mass transit options that enable them to get around and stay active in their community. Public transportation in the city is run by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA), also known simply as “The Rapid.” In addition to a robust fleet of traditional bus routes, RTA also runs four rail lines that travel across town, the HealthLine bus rapid transit service along Euclid Avenue, two free trolley routes that loop around downtown and a door-to-door paratransit service for riders with disabilities.

Find Assisted Living in Cleveland

Assisted living in Cleveland offers seniors one of the finest retirement experiences in Ohio. To view a list of local senior housing, visit our Cleveland Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top