Fort Worth Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Fort Worth Assisted Living Facility Costs

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

Cost of Fort Worth Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Bethesda Gardens $2,980/month
Courtyards at River Park $2,750/month
Sunrise of Fort Worth $3,880/month
Mirabella Assisted Living $2,640/month
The Vantage at Cityview $3,150/month
The Westmore $3,200/month
Colonial Gardens $5,200/month
The Stayton At Museum Way $3,023/month
Good Life Senior Living $3,600/month
Heartis Eagle Mountain $3,295/month
Legend Assisted Living and Memory Care $3,450/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Legacy Living at Arlington Arlington $4,640/month
Bethesda Gardens Arlington $2,230/month
The Waterford on Cooper Arlington $2,970/month
Covenant Place of Burleson Burleson $3,055/month
The Good Place North Richland Hills $2,950/month
Elmcroft of Arlington Arlington $3,450/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
Isle at Watercrest - Mansfield Mansfield $3,245/month
Dancing River Grapevine $4,000/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
Avanti Senior Living Flower Mound $3,400/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 Fort Worth Assisted Living Facilities

Bethesda Gardens

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Bethesda Gardens Fort Worth is a quiet community with charming courtyards and walking paths. The building is clean and odor free with spacious floor plans. The community offers onsite therapy services with positive outcomes. The care is average and the menu is too...

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Bethesda Gardens

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Located on the corner of Altamesa and Granbury Drive, sits Bethesda Garden with beautiful landscaping. Upon entering, the staff is very welcoming. The building is bright and airy. The rooms are open and suitable for seniors. Some residents had their door open. And they seemed content and relaxed...

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Bethesda Gardens

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Bethesda Gardens lives up to the name Gardens with the surrounding out side landscape. Nicely manicured. There are two seperate buildings one for Assisted living and the other for memory care. Both the Assisted and memory care units are well lit from the large windows...

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Brookdale Broadway Cityview

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Brookdale Broadway Cityview is a nice community with spacious open apartments and floor plans. This community is a continuum of care by offering independent, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing care. The apartments are clean and promotes independence and the feeling of home...

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Brookdale Broadway Cityview

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This is a huge facility that offers a variety of cares for individuals. It is a gated community with a guard on the gate which I feel is awesome in helping everyone feel safe...

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Courtyards at River Park

Review by Tim Harris

Consumer

The Courtyards could be a great place to live if it were ran properly. The executive director, Amber Williams, has taken over the property and is in over her head. The quality of life has dropped drastically for these poor elderly people since she has taken over...

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Map of Fort Worth Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Fort Worth

Called the “Museum Capital of the Southwest,” it is no wonder that Fort Worth is one of the top tourist destinations in Texas. Located just 30 minutes from Dallas and three hours from Austin, Fort Worth is the 17th largest city in the United States and home to the country's only twice-a-day cattle drive. Experiencing less than three inches of rain a month, seniors enjoying assisted living in Fort Worth see mostly sunny skies and warm smiles.

Fort Worth Attractions

Fort Worth's country-meets-big-city atmosphere has given rise to some interesting attractions such as the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and the Cultural District. The Cultural District boasts multiple venues including Sundance Square and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. In this district patrons can enjoy world-class operas, plays, musicals and other performances, as well works from famous artists. When the family comes to visit, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is a favorite for kids and parents alike. With activities for every age, assisted living in Fort Worth is a family-friendly experience.

Fort Worth Senior Activities

There are many activities available for seniors in the city. Some of the facilities that provide assisted living in Fort Worth schedule group outings to various locations around the city such as art museums and performance halls. There are also several senior centers in Fort Worth, which are operated by Senior Citizen Services of Greater Tarrant County, Inc., a non-profit organization that serves the needs of Texas seniors. Activities available through the organization include table games, card games, lunches, Bingo, craft classes, exercise groups and support groups.

Fort Worth Medical Facilities

With more than 500 hospitals in the Dallas/Fort Worth area it is no wonder the area is home to some of the best facilities and healthcare professionals in the country. Fort Worth alone had 71 doctors named “Top Docs for 2010” for their exceptional talent and care. Nine nurses from two of the Baylor hospitals in the area received awards from the Texas Nurses Association, and were named members of the “Great 100 Nurses in 2010.” Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is very important, and anyone who chooses to experience assisted living in Fort Worth will have the tools to do just that.

Fort Worth Transportation

Assisted living in Fort Worth is made even easier with the various types of public transportation available, including “The T” system of buses and the Trinity Railway Express. With more than 34 weekday routes and several express routes, The T is a popular way to get around. Although most bus travel requires purchasing a pass, there is an area called the "Downtown Free Zone," in which bus rides are free and passes to other areas offer a senior discount. Fort Worth provides opportunities to explore the rich lifestyle of a big city while still holding on to its country roots. View a list of local senior housing options on our Fort Worth Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top