Arlington Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Arlington Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Arlington for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,950/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Arlington Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Legacy Living at Arlington $4,640/month
Bethesda Gardens $2,230/month
The Waterford on Cooper $2,970/month
Elmcroft of Arlington $3,450/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Crescent Place Cedar Hill $2,795/month
The Good Place North Richland Hills $2,950/month
Elmcroft of Bedford Bedford $3,450/month
Elmcroft of Irving Irving $3,300/month
Walnut Creek Mansfield $3,629/month
Whitley Place Keller $2,960/month
Isle at Watermere Southlake $4,050/month
Arbor House of DeSoto Dallas $4,100/month
Isle at Watercrest - Mansfield Mansfield $3,245/month
Dancing River Grapevine $4,000/month
MacArthur Hills Irving $3,200/month
The Stayton At Museum Way Fort Worth $3,023/month
Meadowood Assisted Living & Memory Care Grapevine $3,270/month
Mustang Creek Estates - Keller Keller $3,300/month
Cedar Bluff Assisted Living Mansfield $2,975/month
Legend Assisted Living and Memory Care Fort Worth $3,450/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 Arlington Assisted Living Facilities

Legacy Living at Arlington

Review by Local Professional

Expert

If you are looking for a memory care community then Arden Courts could be a good fit for your loved one. This community is cozy homelike and well maintained. Arden Courts focuses on memory care and the best way to allow residents to have freedom and safety while being in a homelike environment...

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Bethesda Gardens

Review by Local Professional

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Bethesda Gardens has a cottage feel with nice landscaping. This cozy community is neat and well maintained outside as well as in. Cleanliness spills over into every part of the community. When visiting this community the staff were not friendly and had a few challenges with staffing...

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Bethesda Gardens

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Bethesda Garden has an condo/apartment feel that's perfect for seniors. The facility is clean with cozy furniture for the residents to socialize freely. There is a wide variety of activities for seniors to engage in. These activities and events promotes healthy lifestyles...

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Castle Rock Assisted Living Center

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Castle Rock has beautiful landscaping with a cute herb garden. The community is well maintained outside as well as inside. The staff are encouraging to the residents and they have good customer service. The menu is made with a lot love and taste...

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The Waterford on Cooper

Review by Caring Loved One

Consumer

High turnover but some staff actually care about the residents. The food leaves a lot to be desired. Sandwiches and chips are served frequently and is not a healthy meal worth the money spent to reside at Cooper Villa. Facility seems to be more concerned with your payment than your loved one...

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The Waterford on Cooper

Review by Daughter

Consumer

I can only speak to Assisted Living and my parents get very good care there, medications always on time, scheduled baths and care givers are very good. The food is great and the food service manager is good and he always talks to the residents each day...

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Map of Arlington Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Arlington

Conveniently located just a few miles between Dallas and Fort Worth, Arlington is the undisputed sports capital of Texas. With the seventh largest population in the state, Arlington is a fast-growing community that offers seniors all the attractions, activities and medical facilities upon which they rely. With hot, dry summers and mild weather in the winter, as well as a cost of living less than the national average, assisted living in Arlington is a perfect choice for seniors.

Arlington Attractions

Without a doubt, the Dallas Cowboys are the kings of Texas. At their new state-of-the-art stadium in Arlington, fans can not only watch the game on the field, but also see it on the largest high-definition television screen in the in the world. With a capacity of over 110,000 people, Cowboys Stadium also hosts concerts, basketball games, boxing matches and even rodeos such as the famous Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Arlington also is home to the International Bowling Campus, which includes the United States Bowling Congress, International Bowling Museum and International Bowling Hall of Fame. Retail centers such as the Arlington Highlands, the Parks at Arlington Mall and the Shoppes at Brownstone Village fulfill any shopping needs while Symphony Arlington, Theatre Arlington and Johnnie High's Country Music Revue provide wonderful cultural opportunities for seniors enjoying assisted living in Arlington.

Arlington Senior Activities

Assisted living in Arlington is made easy when you consider the wide range of senior-focused activities held daily at the city's two senior centers. The Senior Recreation Center at New York boasts 8,200 square feet for seniors to engage in fitness and strength training, card games, potluck Bingo and dance and singing classes. The Senior Recreation Center at Eunice was renovated in 2001 to allow for an additional 3,400 square feet of space and hosts an action-packed calendar of classes and activities.

Arlington Medical Facilities

As one of the largest and fastest-growing cities in Texas, Arlington boasts many top-notch medical facilities. Residents of assisted living in Arlington are cared for by excellent doctors at the Medical Center of Arlington, which features a brand-new, cutting-edge cardiovascular unit. Other superb hospitals in the area include the Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital and the USMD Hospital at Arlington.

Arlington Transportation

Sometimes seniors can experience isolation because of the difficulty in getting around the city. That is not the case for those who choose assisted living in Arlington. The Northeast Transportation Service, the Fort Worth Transportation Authority and its Mobility Impaired Transportation Services, as well as the Arlington Handitran, all offer transportation services to seniors. Assisted living in Arlington offers seniors the bustling attractions of a big city combined with the care and concern of living in a small town. To view a list of local senior housing options, visit our Arlington Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top