Denver Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Denver Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Denver for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,450/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Denver Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Abby's Assisted Living I $3,000/month
Abby's Assisted Living II $3,500/month
Assisted Living at Mayfair $3,000/month
Eastern Star Masonic Retirement Campus $2,695/month
Kraft Home $3,500/month
Serenity House $3,900/month
Serenity House $3,900/month
Serenity House $3,900/month
Serenity House $4,000/month
Springbrooke Retirement & Assisted Living $4,180/month
Alternative Care Homes $3,200/month
HighPointe Senior Living $4,900/month
Jewell Assisted Living $3,000/month
The Carillon at Belleview Station $4,195/month
The Balfour at Stapleton $4,400/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
A Legacy Personal Care Home Englewood $3,200/month
Sunnyslope Estate Senior Living Northglenn $2,600/month
Catharine's Quality of Life Homes Lakewood $4,100/month
Catharine's Quality of Life Homes Lakewood $4,100/month
Magnolia Place Aurora $2,400/month
Northglenn Heights Assisted Living Community Northglenn $3,595/month
Lansing Assisted Living Aurora $3,000/month
Serenity House Englewood $3,900/month
The Verandas at Wheat Ridge Wheat Ridge $2,799/month
Keystone Place at Legacy Ridge Westminster $5,500/month
Canterbury Gardens Aurora $2,695/month
Rocky Mountain Assisted Living - Newland Street Lakewood $4,400/month
Applewood Our House Lakewood Lakewood $4,400/month
Family Assisted Living of Arvada Arvada $3,500/month
Sevens Residential Memory Care Lakewood $4,500/month
Serenity House Lakewood $3,900/month
Serenity House Lakewood $4,000/month
Jaxpointe Assisted Living at Holland St Lakewood $5,000/month
Jaxpointe Assisted Living at Saulsbury Ct Arvada $5,000/month
Aspen View Living Aurora $2,200/month
Family Assisted Living - Lakewood Lakewood $3,500/month
Mountain Vista Senior Living Community Wheat Ridge $4,326/month
Rocky Mountain Assisted Living - Milwaukee Way Centennial $4,400/month
Nurturing Care Home Assisted Living Stanford Lakewood $4,000/month
Catharine's Quality of Life Homes Lakewood $4,100/month
Rocky Mountain Assisted Living - West Virginia Lakewood $4,000/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 Denver Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Highline

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Brookdale Highline is an assisted living facility. They are focused on providing residents with innovative solutions. The most notable include: a restaurant style dining experience, medication / daily living assistance and an assortment of activities...

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Brookdale Lowry

Review by Local Professional

Expert

The Village at Lowry is focused on meeting the needs of residents who require assisted living and memory care services. They offer a number of different amenities to include: an assortment of temperature controlled rooms, a beauty shop, fitness center, library, chapel and different outings...

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Brookdale Lowry

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I was impressed with the staff at Village at Lowry. The place was clean, and the rooms and the dining area were good. They had exercises, games, and music. It's a nice place.

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Brookdale Lowry

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Village at Lowry was a wonderful, very well-kept place. The residents were very happy, and there was a lot of interaction, moving around, and activities. They're right in the community of Lowry that used to be an Air Force Base, so there are stores close by. This is my number one place to put my mom...

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Brookdale Lowry

Review by Mike

Consumer

We visited Brookdale Lowry, it seemed to be more independent living, and that was what we liked most. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. The location was pretty away from us, but the grounds were nice. However, they can't guarantee that the meals that my father will eat will be gluten free.

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Brookdale Lowry

Review by M.F.

Consumer

Brookdale Lowry was excellent, and I felt that I would be very comfortable there myself. I liked the layout of their efficiency-style apartments with just a minimal kitchen, a large room as well as a separate bedroom. I was not able to eat there, but they gave me some cookies, and they were good...

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Map of Denver Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Denver

Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Denver is the capital and most populous city of Colorado with more than 500,000 residents. Nicknamed the "Mile-High City," Denver sits exactly one mile above sea level and is a scenic city with a surprisingly mild climate averaging 300 days of sunshine each year, more than Miami and San Diego. The city’s popularity with retirees continues to grow along with the number of options for assisted living in Denver.

Denver Attractions

Assisted living in Denver may not provide for active participation in strenuous sports, but many residents are still fans. Denver is one of only a few cities in the country with four major professional sports teams: the Denver Broncos, the Colorado Rockies, the Colorado Avalanche and the Denver Nuggets. For culture lovers, Denver is home to many nationally recognized museums including the Denver Art Museum and The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, which is the nation's largest performing arts center after New York City’s Lincoln Center. Mining has played an important part in Denver's past, and specimens, including an aquamarine valued at over a million dollars, are on display at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

Denver Senior Activities

Denver has over 200 parks and 29 recreation centers that offer activity programs for adults 50 years and older. Programs range from arts and crafts, needlework, games, educational series, dances, theme meals, monthly outings and less strenuous physical activities such as chair aerobics, swimnastics for seniors and yoga in chairs or wheelchairs. The city’s past as a major railroad hub is still alive in contemporary Denver. Model railroad clubs meet in the basement of the historic Union Station, where private bus companies link Amtrak with Rocky Mountain destinations, providing lovely sightseeing for residents of assisted living in Denver who would like to view the area's scenic beauty in comfort.

Denver Medical Facilities

As a large metropolitan city, Denver has top-notch emergency care and specialized services available to residents of assisted living. Denver Health Medical Center, established in 1860, has one of only four Level I trauma centers in Colorado. St. Anthony's Central Hospital has specialized "Senior Health Centers" that provide coordinated care for health issues, general and complex, by geriatric-trained primary care physicians, including a nationally recognized Memory Disorder Evaluation Program.

Denver Transportation

The Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) operates over 1000 buses serving over 10,000 bus stops, which are soon to be connected to Denver's five light rail lines. Discounted rates are available to seniors 65 and older, as well as individuals with disabilities. Residents of assisted living in Denver are eligible for special transportation programs such as seniorRide, which transports seniors to various special events in the city. seniorShopper provides transportation from senior communities to shopping centers for seniors who have trouble riding regular fixed-route buses.

Cost of Assisted Living in Denver

The median monthly cost for a one-bedroom, single-occupancy apartment in Denver is $3,600 a month.* However, it is possible to find communities charging as little as $2,100 a month, whilst some of the higher-end homes may cost as much as $4,900 per month. Seniors who choose assisted living in Denver should plan on spending at least $43,000 per year.

Find Assisted Living in Denver

Denver is a visionary city that provides for its elderly community, making sure that the less active can still enjoy all the city has to offer. View a list of senior living communities in the area by visiting our Denver Assisted Living page. Do you need to sell your Denver home? Contact The Get Home Denver Team.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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