Anderson Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Anderson Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Anderson for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,094/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Anderson Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Morningside of Anderson $3,660/month
North Pointe $3,125/month
Summit Place $2,085/month
Summit Place of Anderson $2,760/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Morningside of Seneca Seneca $3,450/month
Oakleaf Village Greer $3,150/month
Greenville Glen Assisted Living Greenville $3,710/month
Greenville Place Greenville $2,788/month
Belvedere Commons of Seneca Seneca $3,300/month
The Magnolias of Easley Easley $2,555/month
Palmettos of Mauldin Greenville $3,210/month
The Renaissance Due West $1,500/month
Windsor House Greenville $1,900/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 Anderson Assisted Living Facilities

North Pointe

Review by Nancy

Consumer

My mom has been there for 6 months. She is happy and well taken care of. The staff in the Memory Care section are very attentive to the residents. We have been very pleased with the level of care mother has received.

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North Pointe

Review by Alice

Consumer

I am very pleased with the care my mother is receiving. The staff is very attentive and caring. I am impressed with the food they serve at North Pointe in the Memory Care wing. Overall my family is satisfied. My family is more than willing to recommend North Pointe.

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North Pointe

Review by Robert

Consumer

The people in North Pointe are nice and friendly; they seem to really care for the residents. The place and rooms are nice and clean. Before my parents moved in, they painted it and put brand-new carpets in it. There are activity rooms where they play bingo, cards, dominoes, and puzzles...

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Summit Place of Anderson

Review by Ann

Consumer

Summit Place of Anderson has nice people and is in a nice area. They also have excellent care. My mom has a 1-bedroom with a bed and a small kitchenette. They have different activities like day trips, exercising, and puzzles.

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Map of Anderson Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Anderson

Named after a revolutionary war hero (General Robert Anderson), Anderson was the first southern city to enjoy an unlimited supply of electric power. While this may not seem worth noting in this day and age, back in the late 1800’s, this was quite an accomplishment.IMG_7738 Anderson is close to thriving power cities in the south such as Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina. It offers the charm and amenities of small-town living with big-city business opportunities a short distance away, perfect for seniors considering assisted living in Anderson who want the small town atmosphere with access to state-of-the-art medical care and other amenities often found in bustling metropolitan areas.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Anderson

The Anderson County Senior Citizens Program coordinates with several senior centers and organizations in the area to help fulfill their mission of keeping Anderson seniors mentally and physically engaged. Whether you’re looking for a lively game of bridge or for an exercise studio that caters to your unique needs as a senior, they can help. The Anderson County Senior Citizens Program wants to make sure that all area seniors, including residents in Anderson assisted living facilities, continue to lead the active – or quiet – life they choose. Among its many amenities, the Marketplace Cinema Senior Center on Clemson Boulevard has a library, a computer lab, and a fitness center. It offers seniors a place not only to exercise their minds and bodies but also to catch up with friends over a cup of coffee. There are several educational and recreational classes available throughout the year, as well as trips, lectures, and a variety of social events.

Anderson Senior-Friendly Activities

The Anderson County Museum has over 12,000 square feet of exhibition space and houses more than 20,000 historical artifacts. It has 13 permanent exhibits and hosts a variety of changing exhibits several times a year. The museum has a Reading and Research Room with thousands of volumes and photographs. In the spirit of making the region’s rich historical and cultural heritage accessible to residents and visitors alike, the museum has a free admission policy. The Sadlers Creek State Park has over 395 acres of beautiful land sitting right on scenic Lake Hartwell. It has a large lakeside pavilion, picnic areas, and trails for hikers of varying abilities. It’s the perfect place for residents of assisted living in Anderson to take visiting relatives and friends – especially if they have young ones in tow. The park offers plenty of room to observe nature, engage in a variety of water sports, or simply run around.

Anderson Medical Facilities

AnMed Health is the largest employer in Anderson County. It started out in 1908 as a two-story, 25-bed hospital known as the Anderson County Hospital. It now has more than 3,600 employees and over 400 doctors who are committed to bringing the best medical care to the region. AnMed provides residents of assisted living in Anderson a complete range of acute care and emergency services. In addition, the hospital has Neuroscience ICU providing comprehensive care for stroke victims and offers state-of-the-art, minimally-invasive robotic surgery. The hospital has expanded significantly throughout its long history as part of its mission to meet the changing and growing needs of the community it has served for well over a century. There is no shortage of attractions to see and places to explore in this quiet, historic city. Anderson County has excellent medical facilities as well as several senior programs that support all aspects of senior life. For more information on senior living in Anderson, see our options for Anderson assisted living. Back to Top