Memphis Independent Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Memphis Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Memphis for a single-occupancy apartment is $1,625/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Memphis Independent Living Communities

Community Starting Price
Kennington Pointe $1,260/month
Kirby Pines Retirement Community $2,122/month
The Glenmary at Evergreen $2,200/month
Town Village Audubon Park $2,300/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities

Community City Starting Price
Robinwood Bartlett $2,600/month
Silvercreek Senior Living Community Olive Branch $3,000/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 Memphis Independent Living Communities

The Parkview

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I've been to The Parkview, and it was nice. I would rate the rooms a 7, and the dining area a 10. I looked at the menu, and it was real exquisite. What they need to do is provide some kind of transportation. There's a parking-lot, and you can have your own vehicle...

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The Parkview

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I was not impressed with The Parkview Memphis. It was dirty, depressing, and old and didn't have many activities available. The staff did not seem to care whether we stay in there or not. The rooms were fine. I would suggest that they clean the place up...

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The Parkview

Review by William S.

Consumer

The Parkview was a beautiful community. Originally, it was a historic hotel that they converted to a senior living community. The sales person said they were geared for independent living...

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The Parkview

Review by William S.

Consumer

The Parkview was a beautiful community. Originally, it was a historic hotel that they converted to a senior living community. The sales person said they were geared for independent living...

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Legacy Estates at Lenox Park Independent Living

Review by Upset Daughter

Consumer

My mom was there in the Bridge area. I paid extra money for additional care, that was a joke. There was NO extra care. The food looks like prison food. Tammy and Lisa are BS'ers. I wish I had NEVER moved my mom into that horrible place!!!She is out of that place now! Mom's panic button was never working...

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Luther Towers

Review by looking to put relative in a building

Consumer

This place is what you see in movies when you are usually looking at a crack house. Dark halls, scary looking people, no one to even ask any questions. The one person I finally found didn't know anything other than that this was a terrible building in which to be in period, much less to live in...

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Map of Memphis Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Memphis

The most-populated city in Tennessee, Memphis is also the birthplace of two original forms of American music – the blues and rock ‘n’ roll. Beale Street in downtown Memphis is called ‘Home of the Blues’ and on most evenings, the haunting strains of thRiverboat Cruisesis grassroots musical style continue to fill the air. Memphis has three famous museums dedicated to the music that is irrevocably intertwined with its history – the Stax Museum of American Soul and Music, the Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, and of course, Graceland. Memphis independent living residents who love music will feel right at home in this beguiling and enchanting southern city.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Memphis

The Aging Commission of the Mid-South (ACMS) coordinates activities and programs for seniors as designated by the Area Agency on Aging and Disability (AAAD). ACMS partners with reliable organizations in the region to provide educational, social, and transportation assistance to the elderly population of Memphis. In addition, the organization undertakes advocacy efforts on behalf of its clients and provides pertinent information on relevant topics such as paying for healthcare, caregiver training, Medicaid updates, etc. ACMS makes independent living in Memphis a richer and more fulfilling experience for older adults in the city.

Memphis Senior-Friendly Activities

A river steamboat cruise on the mighty Mississippi is a great way to see and appreciate the beauty of Memphis. There are also several miles of parks and open spaces along the river where a simple picnic lunch or a leisurely stroll may be all that is needed for a perfect day. In addition to the museums dedicated to music, visitors can also go to The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art for a day (or two) of culture and history. With over 9,000 art objects in its permanent collection, there is truly something for visitors of all ages to appreciate. Independent living in Memphis gets a boost from this popular attraction that houses several paintings by some of the most popular American artists of the early 1900s such as Cecilia Beaux and William Merritt Chase.

Memphis Medical Facilities

Seniors who enjoy independent living in Memphis have access to world-class healthcare and medical services. The Methodist Memphis Hospitals managed by Methodist Healthcare provide compassionate, specialized care in a wide range of medical fields. Using the latest diagnostic and imaging technology, the multidisciplinary medical teams of Methodist Healthcare hospitals treat over 60,000 patients each year and perform an average of 40,000 surgical procedures. With specialists in cancer care, diabetes and endocrinology, urology, orthopedics, and much more, Memphis residents can expect excellent care without having to go far from home.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Memphis

The ACMS can arrange for transportation for seniors who need assistance getting to medical appointments and community services. In addition, members of TennCareSelect and Blue Care can avail of transportation assistance. There are also several companies that specialize in providing private transportation services to Memphis independent living residents. A charming southern city with a rich musical past, an ideal Mississippi River location and top-ranking medical facilities, Memphis has much to offer both its visitors and residents. For more information on senior living in Memphis, see our options for Memphis independent living. Drop by today; your new Memphis home is waiting for you. Back to Top