Virginia Beach Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Virginia Beach Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Virginia Beach for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,851/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Virginia Beach Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
The Waterford at Virginia Beach $2,600/month
Kings Grant House $2,850/month
The Gardens of Virginia Beach $3,000/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Commonwealth Senior Living at Hampton Hampton $3,870/month
Dominion Village at Poquoson Poquoson $3,281/month
Harbor's Edge Retirement Community Norfolk $3,851/month
Dominion Village at Chesapeake Chesapeake $2,496/month
Chesapeake Place Chesapeake $3,140/month
Greenfield Senior Living at Chesapeake Chesapeake $2,850/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 Virginia Beach Assisted Living Facilities

Baylake Retirement Community

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Friendly staff and the food is very delighting. The program offers a wide variety of activities. Clean and well-lit spaces with courteous staff. The level of cares offered within this facility ranges from independent to total care. Beautiful decorations and a very delightful atmosphere...

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Westminster Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Beautiful facility with multiple accommodations such as a swimming pool and two restaurants. Facility offers one or two bedroom units depending on the resident's needs. The facility offers onsite services such as a salon for those who are looking to have services provided within the facility...

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The Waterford at Virginia Beach

Review by Caring daughter

Consumer

My love one was at this facility for 6 months, he was paralyzed on one side & required assistance transferring. He fell within 12 hrs of moving in & broke his hip which I believe was the fault of the aids who were not responding timely to his needs, especially as a new resident...

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The Waterford at Virginia Beach

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Facility offers shared living accommodations and single spaces. Clean facility with friendly staff. Delicious food and a wide variety on the menu. Clean facility without odor. Atrium with beautiful flowers and embellishments. Activities include playing games and outings with different residents...

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The Waterford at Virginia Beach

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I visited The Waterford at Virginia Beach. Their rooms were nice, although a little smaller than those in comparable properties. The staff was conscientious and appeared to take a genuine interest in the wellbeing of their residents.

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The Waterford at Virginia Beach

Review by Nivea

Consumer

The Waterford at Virginia Beach was clean, nice, and well organized, and had caring staff. The hallway looked like the hallway of an apartment complex. The rooms were nice and comfortable. I liked the nurses' station on the corner to monitor the patients, the dining facility setup, and the activities...

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Map of Virginia Beach Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Virginia Beach

People who’ve always dreamed of living driving distance from the beach but would prefer to experience milder temperatures than states like Florida or Southern California will definitely enjoy Virginia Beach. In fact, it is actually listed in the Guinness Book of Records as having the longest pleasure beach in the entire world, which happens to be located at the southern end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel (which is the longest bridge-tunnel complex in all of the world). The Old Cape Henry LighthouseWith a population of close to 450,000, Virginia Beach is not what you would consider to be small town living; although it is also not so large that it feels overwhelming. There are a variety of things to keep people of all ages both educated and entertained, making Virginia Beach assisted living an excellent option for many seniors.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Virginia Beach

There are several different organizations serving the Virginia Beach senior community. The Citizens' Committee to Protect the Elderly is a non-profit organization that offers assistance and support to family members and residents living in nursing homes or assisted living in Virgina Beach. Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia also provides senior-related advocacy and information services to seniors and their family members who live in the Virginia Beach area. There’s also the Mayor's Commission on Aging, a membership-based organization which assists the Mayor in planning activities geared towards seniors. Seniors who choose assisted living in Virginia Beach are supported by a variety of organizations dedicated to improving senior lifestyles in the area.

Virginia Beach Senior-Friendly Activities

Virginia Beach offers many senior-friendly activities. The Chesapeake Senior Citizens Center has what is called the “55 & Better” programs, which offer a variety of activities for older adults age 55 and older. For seniors who enjoy fishing, time is well spent on the Sandbridge Little Island Fishing Pier. A trip to the Miyazaki Japanese Garden, a part of the 97-acre Red Wing Park which is home to several breathtaking gardens, is always a wonderful and beautiful experience, as well. And for the avid golfer, Virginia Beach has nine golf courses, including the Heron Ridge Golf Club. Other activities and outings seniors will enjoy include the Military Aviation Museum, the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, Old Cape Henry Lighthouse, the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art and four different theater and performing arts centers. And of course, lots of beaches including Chicks Beach and Virginia Beach too.

Virginia Beach Medical Facilities

Assisted living in Virginia Beach means being close to some great medical facilities. There’s the Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital, which is well-known for its Behavioral Health, Palliative Care, and Sentara OrthoJoint Center. There is also the Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation Center that offers rehabilitative therapy, dementia care, stroke recovery care, and a wide variety of other services for seniors. As an Oceanside resort district, you’ll find the weather, people and opportunities in Virginia Beach to be a place that you’ll be more than happy to relocate or even retire to. If you’d like to receive more information on senior living in Virginia Beach, see our options for Virginia Beach assisted living. Back to Top