Pasadena Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Pasadena Assisted Living Facilities

Colonial Oaks at Vista

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I visited this community a few times. Each time I went te facility was always vert clean and neat. The staff was very helpful and nice. The patients were involved in activities and seemed very cooperative and enjoying themselves. The food was pretty good also...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Pasadena

"Enriched by our Heritage, Inspired by our Future" is the motto that Pasadena residents have given this historical Texas town. Pasadenans, as they like to be called, take tremendous pride in their community. Seniors interested in assisted living in Pasadena will understand this sense of pride when they visit the beautiful parks, numerous cultural attractions, recreational activities and quality healthcare that Pasadena has to offer.

Pasadena Attractions

Residents of assisted living in Pasadena will delight in tasting the fresh berries at Pasadena’s annual Strawberry Festival. The festival is one of the largest fundraising events in the state of Texas and over 45,000 people enjoy three days of activities, entertainment and attractions each year. Another popular attraction, the Armand Bayou Nature Center is a gorgeous natural habitat that allows visitors to learn more about the Texas Gulf Coast and connect with nature. The Center is also home to the Martyn Farm House, which offers a glimpse of 1800’s Texas farm life.

Pasadena Senior Activities

The Madison Jobe Senior Center offers residents of assisted living in Pasadena ample opportunities to enjoy games, daily activities, special events and socializing. Special events are a regular occurrence on the activities calendar with events such as the Ms. Pasadena Senior Pageant, Senior Health and Fitness Fair, Craft Fest and Out to Lunch Bunch day trips. The City of Pasadena also sponsors the Silver Star Senior Organization, a group for seniors 60 and older who are residents of the community. In addition to receiving a card that provides discounts for city programs, classes and local goods and services, members can also attend monthly meetings to discuss issues concerning senior citizens and enjoy refreshments, entertainment and door prizes.

Pasadena Medical Facilities

Bayshore Medical Center offers expertise and comfort to residents of assisted living in Pasadena. This 369-bed facility has been serving the community with award-winning care for over 50 years. Bayshore is a leading facility in the field of cardiology and cardiovascular surgery and is one of only seven hospitals in the Houston area that operates an accredited chest pain center. Patients Medical Center in Pasadena is the most technologically advanced hospital in the Houston Bay area. This acute care facility has 61 oversized patient rooms and offers medical and surgical services on an inpatient and outpatient basis as well as personalized, state-of-the-art care to all its patients.

Pasadena Transportation

The Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO) provides residents of assisted living in Pasadena a park and ride service from the Pasadena Town Square Mall to Houston. Harris County Transit is another option for public transportation in the Pasadena area. Harris County Transit operates a bus route running throughout most of the city that stops at health centers, shopping malls and other locations with connections to neighboring cities. This culturally rich town is a perfect example of Southern Texas hospitality. There are numerous opportunities for residents of assisted living in Pasadena to meet new people and participate in fun-filled activities. View a list of local senior communities on our Pasadena Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top