Austin Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Austin Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Austin for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,200/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Austin Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
The Plaza at Querencia $5,982/month
Renaissance-Austin $2,899/month
Elmcroft of Austin $4,200/month
The Pavilion at Great Hills $3,750/month
Colonial Gardens - Austin $5,200/month
Legacy Oaks $4,500/month
Barton Hills Assisted Living $3,450/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Argent Court Bastrop Bastrop $2,700/month
Golden Age Home Assisted Living Lockhart $1,830/month
The Pointe at Cedar Park Cedar Park $3,375/month
Hampton Senior Living Round Rock $4,200/month
Court at Round Rock Round Rock $2,475/month
A Touch of Home Assisted Living Round Rock $3,000/month
Belmont Village West Lake Hills West Lake Hills $4,050/month
The Isle at Cedar Ridge Cedar Park $3,966/month
The Legacy at Georgetown Georgetown $4,395/month
Wyoming Springs Assisted Living & Memory Care Community Round Rock $3,950/month
Legacy at Crystal Falls Leander $4,295/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 Austin Assisted Living Facilities

The Plaza at Querencia

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Located in southwest Austin and part of a golf course with some nearby shopping, this Southwest motif building is full service. They have kind staff, exercise rooms equipped very well, and even a small store...

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The Plaza at Querencia

Review by Catherine

Consumer

After having a bad experience at another facility we moved our father to Querencia skilled nursing. We can't say enough good things about the care, understanding and one on one attention our father gets there. We were so traumatized from the experience at the previous place and mis- treatment he received...

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Brookdale North Austin

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I felt right at home at Brookdale North Austin. This community has a restaurant dining style and very tasty food choices that are prepared fresh and offer residents a variety of options. Every room and hallway that I passed was very well maintained...

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Brookdale North Austin

Review by Local Professional

Expert

The outside of this facility looks like a lush green wonderland. Brookdale North Austin has such amazing landscaping it’s hard not to be impressed. There are plenty of walking paths at this facility with cute little shrubs and bushes along the way. There’s even a gazebo surrounded by well-manicured plants...

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Brookdale Beckett Meadows

Review by Caring Daughter

Consumer

This place really is unprofessional and not fit for my mother. I recently had my mother in there for about a month her cholesterol is off the charts she has gained weight and medicine was not distributed properly...

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Brookdale Beckett Meadows

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Brookdale Beckett could use some improvement when it comes to the staff and the perception of the staff. The staff seems withdrawn and distant, but are willing to help if directly asked. The community is pretty clean and it the residents don't seem to be neglected, so the quality of care is good...

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Map of Austin Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Austin

Considered the "live music capital of the world," Austin, Texas offers year-round entertainment to suit the tastes of most any listener. As the capital of Texas and the state’s fourth largest city, Austin has a population of nearly 800,000 and is home to a campus of the University of Texas. The area boasts a warm, mild climate with average humidity, which is enjoyed by many seniors who choose assisted living in Austin. It's a big city with a laid back atmosphere.

Austin Attractions

History, arts and culture are a main focus in Austin, and residents of assisted living in Austin enjoy theaters, performance halls, museums, galleries and more. History buffs can visit the Lyndon Bains Johnson Library and Museum to view historical documents, including President Johnson’s personal diary, art from the White House and various other historical artifacts. For a more contemporary viewing experience, seniors head to the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin. With over 18,000 works of art, the museum boasts the largest collection in Central Texas and is especially well-known for its Latin American exhibits. Seniors are also able to make a quick trip to the Texas State Capitol building located in downtown Austin, which offers free tours of its 22-acre grounds.

Austin Senior Activities

The City of Austin has several senior activity centers, such as the historic Old Bakery & Emporium, which is free community center open to Austin residents 50 years of age or older. Seniors can take part in classes and demonstrations as part of a "multi-faceted senior citizens' craft project" where the artwork made in class is exhibited and sold at craft fairs and markets. Residents of assisted living in Austin can receive health screenings, take part in educational seminars, join a support group and enjoy many opportunities for a healthy lifestyle at the Senior Activity Center on Shoal Crest Avenue. Just a short distance from the University of Texas, the center is a special-use resource facility focused on sound mental and physical health, as well as providing a meeting place for many senior clubs and organizations.

Austin Medical Facilities

St. David’s Medical Center is just one of many local medical facilities serving the Austin community, offering all types of inpatient and outpatient services to seniors enjoying assisted living in Austin. St. David’s HealthCare is the fourth largest employer in Austin and one of the largest in Texas, operating six hospitals in the Austin area and offering specialty services and expert care in neurology, neurosurgery, heart and vascular conditions.

Austin Transportation

The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO) provides affordable and convenient transit options to residents of Texas’ capital. Seniors can choose to travel to and from a community of assisted living in Austin either by bus, light rail or paratransit van. Medicare cardholders and seniors over age 65 are eligible for special discounts that allow them to ride any METRO transit option for free. Austin is a place of live music, city lights and creature comforts. To learn more about local senior housing opportunities, visit our Austin Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top