Franklin Assisted Living
There are 8 Assisted Living Facilities in Franklin, TN and 25 Assisted Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Assisted Living in Franklin, TN is $3,429 per month.
Average Cost: $4,500
Morningside of Franklin offers compassionate senior care in Franklin, Tennessee.
Located in a city filled with history, Belvedere Commons of Franklin provides local seniors with excellent assisted living and memory care amenities and services.
At Maristone of Franklin, we embrace the highest standards of care and celebrate our residents’ dignity each and every day.
The Hearth at Franklin is a premier senior living community offering independent and assisted living options, as well as Alzheimer’s and dementia care.
At Morning Pointe of Franklin, recognition and promotion of maximum independence, choice, dignity, privacy and autonomy for each of our residents are the standards of care.
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Franklin Assisted Living Facility Costs
The median cost of Assisted Living in Franklin for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,429/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Cost of Franklin Assisted Living Facilities
|Morningside of Franklin||$3,150/month|
|Belvedere Commons of Franklin||$3,450/month|
|Maristone of Franklin||$3,950/month|
Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities
|Morningside of Belmont||Nashville||$2,600/month|
|Main Street Senior Living||Hendersonville||$2,600/month|
|Elmcroft of Hendersonville||Hendersonville||$3,090/month|
|Elmcroft of Brentwood||Nashville||$3,750/month|
|Elmcroft of Twin Hills||Madison||$3,330/month|
|Belmont Village Green Hills||Nashville||$3,100/month|
|Maybelle Carter Senior Living||Madison||$2,450/month|
|Sycamores Terrace Retirement Community||Nashville||$1,900/month|
|Grace Manor Assisted Living||Nashville||$2,900/month|
|Maristone at Providence||Mount Juliet||$3,325/month|
|Vantage Pointe Village at Ashland City||Ashland City||$2,000/month|
|Carrick Glen Senior Living||Mount Juliet||$4,300/month|
|Creekside at Three Rivers||Murfreesboro||$3,500/month|
|The Crossings at Victory Station||Murfreesboro||$3,700/month|
|Traditions of Spring Hill||Spring Hill||$3,700/month|
Reviews of Franklin Assisted Living Facilities
During my mom's first year, the staff seems concerned and Mom apparently received very good care. Around the end of the first year, Mom was wearing dirty clothes every week and her clothes started to disappear (everything was identified by a permanent laundry marker)...Read more Belvedere Commons of Franklin reviews
Upon visiting Belvedere Commons, I was impressed with the facility, the staff and the programs offered. The facility is beautiful; large but still has a home-like feel. The staff was not only friendly, but very knowledgeable, caring and compassionate...Read more Belvedere Commons of Franklin reviews
I recently visited the Maristone of Franklin and truly enjoyed my visit. A newer, modern facility that manages to feel quaint and homey. I found the office staff very pleasant. There is a meticulous approach to the care and well being of the residents...Read more Maristone of Franklin reviews
Upon visiting The Hearth at Franklin, I found the facility to be impressive and the staff very knowledgeable, caring and friendly. The activities offered are outstanding. Everything from billiards to Netflix night. The residents are encouraged to not only strengthen the bodies but minds as well...Read more The Hearth at Franklin reviews
Everything about The Hearth at Franklin was perfect. It overlooked the Williamson County Recreation Center. It was the perfect place for my sister-in-law. It was a beautiful place. The rooms were beautiful and new. They were large, and they have lots of sunlight. They seemed to have everything that you would need.Read more The Hearth at Franklin reviews
The Hearth at Franklin was very nice and very well staffed. The lady that we talked to who was the director was very nice. It was a very nice facility. The rooms were nice and they came with some furniture. There were ongoing activities. They were playing some kind of game when we were there.Read more The Hearth at Franklin reviews