Greenville Assisted Living
There are 12 Assisted Living Facilities in Greenville, SC and 17 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Greenville, SC is $3,271 per month.
Average Cost: $4,500
Greenville Glen is a locally owned and managed assisted living community that provides Greenville-area seniors a place to call home when they are in need of supportive services.
A beautiful community set on 11 acres of landscaped grounds, Brookdale Southpointe Drive offers Greenville seniors excellent assisted living options.
The beautiful, comfortable surroundings of Brookdale Cleveland Park create a cozy setting for the personalized assisted living and memory care.
Providing a comprehensive range of services to local seniors, Brookdale Greenville is a senior living community that feels just like home.
Located close to shopping, dining and medical services, Brookdale Hawthorne Park offers both assisted living and memory care services.
Thoughtfully designed and offering a myriad of recreational and social opportunities, Greenville Place is a provider of both assisted living and memory care services.
As the premier assisted living community in Greenville, South Carolina, The Palmettos offers all the comforts of home, complete with help with activities of daily living. Our specialized, secure memory care allows those with dementia to age in place.
At Windsor House, making a positive difference in the life of each and every one of our residents is at the core of everything we do. We work together to give our residents the independence they need to thrive.
The Woodlands at Furman, located in Greenville, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
Located on the outskirts of Greenville in the exclusive master-planned Verdae community, Cascades Verdae is the largest continuing care retirement community in South Carolina.
Pendleton Manor is a state-of-the-art luxury assisted living and memory care community in Greenville, South Carolina, dedicated to providing highly personalized, unsurpassed care to seniors.
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Greenville Assisted Living Facility Costs
The median cost of Assisted Living in Greenville for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,271/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Cost of Greenville Assisted Living Facilities
|Greenville Glen Assisted Living||$3,710/month|
|Palmettos of Mauldin||$3,210/month|
Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities
|Pacifica Senior Living Heritage Hills||Hendersonville||$2,950/month|
|Pacifica Senior Living Skylyn||Spartanburg||$2,295/month|
|Magnolias of Easley||Easley||$2,555/month|
|The Waterford at Dillon Pointe||Spartanburg||$2,375/month|
|Wesley Court Assisted Living||Boiling Springs||$2,050/month|
Reviews of Greenville Assisted Living Facilities
Greenville Place was great. They had started to remodel, and it will look even better when they are done. They were very informative and helpful. We did not see the activities, but we saw the walking areas and the outside areas where there were opportunities to walk...Read more Greenville Place reviews
Greenville Place has friendly and courteous staff. They let me know what’s going on and give me feedback. They call me if there are any issues. The residents watch TV, have devotions, and do bingo and other games that stimulate their minds...Read more Greenville Place reviews
We’ve placed my mother in Greenville Place. It’s a single story and probably 25 years old. The interior is laid out in an open series of areas with rooms in between. She’s only been there for six weeks, but everyone is tremendously helpful. They have a nurse’s station...Read more Greenville Place reviews
Greenville Place is a very nice place. The food seems to be really good, and everything appears to be tasty. They have very good amenities there, but the medical and CNA staff isn’t as good as we wish they were.Read more Greenville Place reviews
My mother has been with Greenville for two months. The place and the people are good. We had some issues, but they had worked them out very well. My mother likes the food and there's a lot of activities that they do. Overall, it's a positive environment.Read more Greenville Place reviews
Greenville Place was too large for my mother and they did not have the independent living facilities that we were looking for. The rooms were nice and the director was nice, but she was a little unorganized and her office was very chaotic. The residents and the staff members were friendly...Read more Greenville Place reviews
Map of Greenville Assisted Living Facilities
Information About Assisted Living Facility in GreenvilleGreenville was once a Cherokee hunting ground, off limits to colonialists under treaty with the British. In 1768, Richard Pearis married the daughter of a Cherokee chief, was given thousands of acres and settled on the banks of the Reedy River. Jailed and his land taken from him for siding with Great Britain, all that remains of his plantation is what is today downtown Greenville and Paris Mountain Park just north of the city. After the Revolutionary War, much of the land was given to soldiers in lieu of pay and the city was named Greenville in honor of General Nathaniel Greene. There is something for every senior enjoying life in assisted living in Greenville, whether it's the lush natural beauty, surrounding history, excellent services, or the consistent climate.
Organizations Serving Seniors in GreenvilleSenior Action provides many services to Greenville assisted living residents. Health promotion and prevention, fitness programs, social opportunities including dances, bingo and other group games, learning programs including learning a new language and computer courses, and regional travel excursions are just a few of the many services offered here. Or, perhaps you'd like to dust off that instrument you once played and join the Upstate Senior Concert Band. The City of Greenville Parks and Recreation department also has many services available to seniors.
Greenville assisted living seniors can count on additional services including home delivered meals from Meals on Wheels of Greenville County, DineIn, and Senior Action Daily Meals. Brightstar Care provides point A to B ride services 24/7 for any purpose, much like a taxi service, and Senior Action also offers a scheduled transportation service. Additionally, Upstate Seniors SENIOR Solutions transportation system is made up 60 vehicles, most equipped with wheelchair lifts. Public transportation is readily available to Greenville assisted living seniors through Greenlink. The bus service has 11 fixed routes throughout Greenville. All buses are wheelchair accessible and have free Wi-Fi. Greenlink Trolley service is available in the downtown area Thursday and Friday evenings as well as all day Saturday and Sunday to enjoy shopping and the scenic parks and trails. Greenlink GAP service provides paratransit services to disabled assisted living Greenville seniors.