Philadelphia Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Philadelphia Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Philadelphia for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,756/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Philadelphia Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Harmony Place Assisted Living at Park Ridge $3,750/month
Oakwood Residence $2,200/month
Wesley Enhanced Living Pennypack Park $1,218/month
Atria Center City $3,965/month
Arbor Terrace at Chestnut Hill $2,600/month
Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley $2,298/month
Wesley Enhanced Living Burholme $3,330/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Summit Place Glassboro $3,510/month
The Landing at Willow Grove Willow Grove $2,995/month
Sunrise of Abington Abington $5,050/month
Sunrise of Blue Bell Blue Bell $5,290/month
Sunrise of Dresher Dresher $4,600/month
Sunrise of Haverford Haverford $5,260/month
The Quadrangle Haverford $4,000/month
Sunrise of Lafayette Hill Lafayette Hill $4,750/month
Sunrise at Granite Run Media $4,900/month
Greenfield Senior Living at Cross Keys Glassboro $3,600/month
Sunrise of Newtown Square Newtown Square $4,600/month
Cardinal Village Sewell $2,990/month
Terraces at Parke Place Sewell $4,080/month
Spring Hills Cherry Hill Cherry Hill $5,800/month
Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland Hatboro $1,222/month
The Residence at Glen Riddle Media $4,140/month
Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line Media $1,471/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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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Philadelphia

Home to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, Philadelphia can easily be considered America's most historical city. Our country was essentially born in Philadelphia, where both the Declaration of Independence and The United States Constitution were signed. As residents of assisted living in Philadelphia stroll the streets of their city, they never know when they might stumble upon the next famous building or landmark. Located in what was once the most populous area of the United States, Philadelphia now contains the fifth highest number of citizens in the nation. Over 185,000 of residents are age 65 or older. Seniors living in The City of Brotherly Love will experience sun in the summer, snow in the winter, and mild autumns and springs.

Philadelphia Attractions

Philadelphia is best known for its many museums and historical attractions, but the city also offers ample encounters with nature at the Philadelphia Zoo, Longwood Gardens and Valley Forge National Park. In the evenings, seniors enjoying assisted living in Philadelphia can relax while viewing a Broadway show, opera or musical recital in the glass-domed Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. The city is a shopper's paradise from the elegant King of Prussia Mall to the savings found at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets—and clothing is always tax-free in Pennsylvania!

Philadelphia Senior Activities

The Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) funds nearly 50 community senior centers throughout the city. The PCA website provides a helpful calendar of activities and programs geared specifically for elderly Philadelphians. Tech-savvy residents of assisted living in Philadelphiacan keep up with the city's senior services and events by subscribing to the Milestones eNews online magazine.

Philadelphia Medical Facilities

Albert Einstein Medical Center is the area's premier teaching hospital, and it offers residents of assisted living in Philadelphia a free health and wellness membership program called Premier Years. If your loved one is in the mood to mix history with health, there's nothing better than a visit to Pennsylvania Hospital, an institution founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1751. Now affiliated with the University of Philadelphia Health System, only the roots of this facility remain in the past, as their medicinal practices have advanced dramatically over the years since the hospital's establishment.  

Philadelphia Transportation

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) offers a wide variety of public transportation options. Seniors age 65 years or older ride free on all buses, trolleys and subways. It costs residents of assisted living in Philadelphia only $1.00 to ride the railway system within Pennsylvania and 50% of the standard fare to cross into neighboring states. Customized Community Transportation (CCT) provides a paratransit service called CCT Connect to senior citizens. CCT Connect operates as a door-to-door drop-off or a shared-ride program. Riders must pay a fee for either service.

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What's not to love about the City of Brotherly Love? To view a list of senior housing options in this city, visit our Philadelphia Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Josh Talbot. Back to Top