Dayton Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Dayton Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Dayton for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,378/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Dayton Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Spring Hills Singing Woods $3,100/month
Brighton Gardens of Washington Township $3,610/month
The Wellington at Dayton $4,042/month
Laurelwood Senior Living $2,050/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Caldwell House Troy $3,060/month
Springfield Assisted Living Springfield $2,060/month
Seasons Cincinnati $2,400/month
Grace Brethren Village Englewood $1,369/month
Elmcroft of Washington Township Miamisburg $3,810/month
Elmcroft of Xenia Xenia $3,660/month
Spring Hills Middletown Franklin $3,000/month
Bickford of Middletown Middletown $2,945/month
Barrington of West Chester West Chester $3,800/month
The Woodlands of Hamilton Hamilton $3,185/month
The Woodlands of Middletown Middletown $3,345/month
Carriage Court of Kenwood Cincinnati $3,400/month
Traditions of Beavercreek Beavercreek $2,695/month
Mallard Cove Senior Living Sharonville $3,500/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 Dayton Assisted Living Facilities

Spring Hills Singing Woods

Review by Visitor


I was pleasantly surprised with Spring Hills Singing Woods. We were really happy with it. It was really nice, really clean, and very brightly decorated. I did not really pay much attention to the residents, but they seemed happy...

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Spring Hills Singing Woods

Review by Visitor


Spring Hills Singing Woods seemed to be in good shape with everything in proper order. It was run well. The staff was very helpful and very friendly. The residents seemed to be very content. I thought it was very nice.

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Bethany Village

Review by Sister to deceased patient


My brother was at Bethany Lutheran Village for 3 months, when he was taken by ambulance to MVH he had filthy TED Hose on, severe pressure ulcers, and malnutrition. I visited my brother everyday and was constantly after them to have a podiatrist see him, they ignored me...

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Brookdale Oakwood

Review by Paulette


The people at Brookdale Oakwood were really nice. The staff knew their residents really well and were extremely responsive. The director and the head of nursing actually came out and visited us here at home. There were long hallways and the rooms were small. It was an older place.

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Brookdale Kettering

Review by Visitor


My mother and I visited Brookdale Kettering. It was older and I think my mother would have move in within an hour although she liked the young woman who helped us. She was very helpful and stayed in touch with us. We saw one room...

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The Wellington at Dayton

Review by caring family member


Promises the moon and has delivered nothing. SAD food. Unprofessional staff. Problems never solved. Would never recommend

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Map of Dayton Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Dayton

The sixth largest city in Ohio with just under 150,000 residents, Dayton is popularly known as the “Birthplace of Aviation,” due to the fact that the city was home to Wilbur and Orville Wright, the inventors of modern flight. This city's legacy of invention and unique culture, make assisted living in Dayton a very different, yet enjoyable experience. Dayton's superior municipal services, infrastructure, transportation and cost of living make it a compelling choice for retirement living.

Local Hospitals in Dayton

Dayton Mass Transit

  • Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Serving residents in the Miami Valley for over 130 years, RTA connects 23 communities in Montgomery County through its regional, fixed-route bus service. 4 S. Main St., Dayton, OH 45402 (937) 425-8300
  • Project Mobility Operated by RTA, this curb-to-curb paratransit service is for certified disabled individuals who are unable to use traditional bus service.

Discounts for Seniors in Dayton

  • Golden Buckeye Program  Provides Ohio residents aged 60 and over with a fee discount card that is valid in hundreds of restaurants, shopping centers, auto care shops and medical providers.
  • Ohio’s Best RX Program Provides a card seniors can use for discounts on prescriptions at a number of participating pharmacies.

Senior Centers in Dayton

  • The Biltmore Senior Center 210 N Main St, Fourth Floor, Dayton, OH 45402 (937) 424-0002
  • Dayton Senior Citizens Center & Resource Connection Senior Center 105 S Wilkinson St, Dayton, OH 45402 (937) 223-8246
  • Ellison Senior Citizens Center Senior Center 2412 W Third St Dayton, OH 45417 (937) 333-6606
  • Francis Fitzsimmons Senior Center Senior Center 238 Baltimore Ave Dayton, OH 45404 (937) 333-5400
  • Oakwood Community Center Senior Center 105 Patterson Rd, Dayton, OH 45419 (937) 298-0775
  • Wesley United Methodist Community Center Senior (Meal Location) 3730 Delphos Ave, Dayton, OH 45417 (937) 263-3556

Dayton Senior Services

  • Dayton-Montgomery County Long-Term Care Ombudsman This program provides advocates for people receiving home care, assisted living and nursing home care. Paid and volunteer staff work to resolve complaints about services, help people select a provider and offer information about benefits and consumer rights. 11 W. Monument, Suite 606, Dayton, OH 45402 (800) 395-8267
  • Ohio Department of Aging  The state agency that administers services and support for older adults living in Ohio. 50 W. Broad St./9th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215-3363 (800) 266-4346
  • PASSPORT Medicaid Waiver Program This program helps older Ohioans pay for the long-term care they need to remain in their private homes. Eligible participants must be 60 years or older, frail enough to require nursing home care and be financially eligible for Medicaid.
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