Waco Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Waco Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Waco for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,925/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Waco Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
The Delaney at Lake Waco $3,250/month
Arbor House of Waco $3,200/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Elmcroft of Cottonwood Temple $3,330/month
Stoney Brook of Belton Belton $3,695/month
Garden Estates of Temple Temple $2,350/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 Waco Assisted Living Facilities

Donna Berry Community Home

Review by Local Professional


Donna Berry Community Home is a quaint facility located in a rural area. This is a very small facility, one that feels almost like an extension of home due to its size. Donna Berry Community Home doesn’t have a very central location...

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Brookdale Lakeshore

Review by Local Professional


Brookdale Lakeshore is a facility certainly worth considering. Although not quite perfect, this facility has plenty of strengths that would make it a perfect choice depending on your needs. Common areas of the facility were generally quite clean...

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Brookdale Lakeshore

Review by Local Professional


The facility is secured, you cannot go in or out without the assistance of a staff member. It is very inviting upon entrance. Some of the back halls could use some updating. The administrator's office is easy to find. Some staff was very nice, others didn't speak. The residents seemed very happy and satisfied...

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Brookdale Lake Brazos

Review by Local Professional


Brookdale Lake Brazos has a lot of perks. Located on the banks of the river Brazos, residents can sit beneath one of the facility’s many pergolas and watch as the river goes by. This serenity makes the property a charming choice over other communities...

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Arbor House of Waco

Review by Outside agency provider


I am very impressed with this facility. They are not a medical model. Instead they specialize in community and socializing. The memory care has been great. I work for an agency that has patients there and I know without a doubt they are loved and taken care of...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Waco

Celebrated as "The Best of Central Texas," Waco is a medium-sized community founded along the Brazos River. Called Rio de los Brazos de Dios by early Spaniard explorers, the river begins in Mexico and flows across Texas into the Gulf of Mexico, giving Waco a lovely scenic backdrop. Situated between Dallas and Austin, assisted living in Waco offers its residents "big city advantages, without the big city hassles." This community has a diverse and growing economy that offers residents and visitors multiple attractions, activities and scenery to enjoy.

Waco Attractions

Residents of assisted living in Waco are lucky to live in an area rich in attractions. The Dr. Pepper Museum & Free Enterprise Institute is a delightful place to experience a cold Dr. Pepper float in a restored turn-of-the-century soda fountain. The Cameron Park Zoo is an award-winning natural habitat zoo that recently opened an Asian Forest exhibit featuring endangered orangutans, a Komodo Dragon and a replica of Asian Temple ruins. The zoo admits seniors for a discounted admission price.

Waco Senior Activities

Dance classes are a great way for residents enjoying assisted living in Waco to meet other seniors and celebrate different cultures. Participants in the El Folklorico Dance Program show off their abilities in the Annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration. The Dewey Community Center offers Old School Spades where seniors can participate in card games and meet others in the community while enjoying an evening of leisurely activity.

Waco Medical Facilities

Residents of assisted living in Waco receive excellent healthcare from the two hospitals located in the community. Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center is a community-owned, 396-bed facility which includes a Level II Trauma Center. The hospital also offers special services such as after-hours clinics for patients. Providence Healthcare Network operates a 170-bed facility that includes an Ambulatory Services Building for outpatient procedures, an MRI Center, medical plaza, family medicine center and primary care facility. Both of these acute care facilities have been serving the community for many years and are dedicated to providing caring service.

Waco Transportation

Residents of assisted living in Waco can take advantage of the Waco Transit System. Waco Transit provides safe and reliable public transportation to the citizens of Waco and the surrounding communities. Services include fixed-route bus service within the city, the Baylor University Shuttle and a Demand Response Van (DRV). DRV provides door-to-door service anywhere within the coverage area for seniors unable to use the fixed-route system due to disability. Discounted fares are available for seniors. Seniors who choose assisted living in Waco will never have to worry about running out of fantastic things to do and people to meet. Waco's mild climate, averaging a mean temperature of 67 degrees, makes it an ideal place for seniors looking to enjoy year-round outdoor activities and comfortable weather. Learn more about local senior housing by visiting our Waco Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top