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There are 13 assisted living facilities in Cape Coral, FL and 23 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Cape Coral, FL is $3,000 per month.
Situated in a coastal town close to churches, shopping and medical services, Brookdale Cape Coral provides an exceptional and comfortable assisted living experience.
Juniper Village at Cape Coral offers delightfully home-like assisted living in Cape Coral, Florida. With meals, activities and loving caregivers, we are there to enable independence while providing the services needed.
The Woodlands is an assisted living community that provides customized care plan to each residents. Here residents maintain a healthy lifestyle and are encourage to socialize.
A lifestyle that is all about good times with new friends and family is found at Gulf Coast Village, a retirement community that offers seniors a full continuum of care for life.
Dornoch Place is a small family owned business with 26 comfortable beds for your loved one. We are an affordable alternative to the larger institutional assisted living facilities and nursing homes or the smaller 5 bed family care homes which…
The median cost of assisted living in Cape Coral for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,000/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Juniper Village at Cape Coral||$2,980/month|
|Cypress Point||Fort Myers||$3,595/month|
|Grand Villa of Englewood||Englewood||$2,395/month|
|HarborChase of Naples||Naples||$2,995/month|
|Heritage Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care||Englewood||$3,195/month|
|Lamplight of Fort Myers||Fort Myers||$3,150/month|
|Magnolia Acres Assisted Living||Englewood||$2,200/month|
|Pacifica Senior Living Fort Myers||Fort Myers||$2,995/month|
|Royal Palm Retirement Centre||Port Charlotte||$1,700/month|
|The Anthurium||Lehigh Acres||$2,000/month|
|The Courtyard Assisted Living||Punta Gorda||$1,800/month|
|The Crossings at Hancock Creek||Fort Myers||$3,800/month|
|The Rose Garden of Ft Myers||Fort Myers||$3,050/month|
|The Springs at South Biscayne||North Port||$3,300/month|
|Village Place Retirement||Port Charlotte||$1,999/month|
I visited Gulf Coast Village in Cape Coral to seek a place for my mother if we decide to move to Florida. I was immediately negatively impressed by the building. The disappointment continued when touring an apartment in the assisted living. It seemed very outdated and uncared for. That would be a problem for my moth...Read more Gulf Coast Village reviews
Brookdale Cape Coral seemed to be not what they intended it to be. I hardly saw any of the residents, and the staff hardly saw any of them either. It was a new facility and they had a calendar of events that they were supposed to do, but they didn't seem to be following any type of activities with the residents there. ...Read more Brookdale Cape Coral reviews
Brookdale Cape Coral was a much older facility and not very clean. The staff was very good. There were studios and apartments that were much smaller, older, and needed updating. They had a courtyard that also needed some upkeep. Their dining area was one big table. There were only 13 residents there, so it's a very sma...Read more Brookdale Cape Coral reviews
The Windsor of Cape Coral was very pleasant. The only problem with that is they only had one-bedroom facilities. The staff was very nice, and I couldn’t complain about anything as far as the staff was concerned. They had exercise rooms and areas to go outside.Read more The Windsor of Cape Coral reviews
I like The Windsor. I like the layout. The best part about their rooms is that there are two rooms, i.e., the bedroom and the living room. They have very nice activities. There was only one person that I met and that person gave me the tour. The staff members were very polite, very informative, and very nice; however, ...Read more The Windsor of Cape Coral reviews
Cape Coral is a picturesque ocean-front city in Florida, United States with a metro population of about 650,000. In its early years, Cape Coral was known as a community exclusively for retirees, but today, younger people, professionals, and seasonal residents also make up a large part of the population. The city is known as the “Waterfront Wonderland,” thanks to its over 400 miles of navigable waterways and canals. The area enjoys warm sunlight and beautiful Florida weather year-round, making assisted living in Cape Coral an attractive option for many seniors.
Because of Cape Coral’s history as a retirement community, there are a number of organizations dedicated to serving seniors. The Tony Rotino Senior Center operates Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and offers a wide variety of programs and services to encourage personal growth and healthy lifestyles among seniors. The Lake Kennedy Center offers active recreational programs to seniors such as Zumba classes, tai chi, and ballroom dancing. Conveniently located at this center is the Cape Coral Mini-Bus Service, which provides transportation services to disabled residents, as well as the Congregate Dining service, which provides meals for only $3.50.
Assisted living in Cape Coral is further enhanced by the Friendship Centers, a network of non-profits in Southwest Florida whose aim is to provide cost-effective wellness and healthy aging services, caregiver support, and volunteer engagement.
Cape Coral offers plenty of things to see and do for seniors. The New Resident Club gives new senior residents an opportunity to meet others and make friends by participating in social and group activities. For boating enthusiasts, the Royal Palm Yacht Club welcomes people to enjoy the finer luxuries in life. There’s always an event happening, from boat excursions, luncheons, holiday parties, and trips to rain forests and wineries. Nature lovers will always find plenty to do in the city, as well, as Cape Coral is home to numerous parks, beaches, hiking trails, golf courses, and fishing locations.
Cape Coral is also home to many festivals. Red, White, and Boom is the largest single-day event of the year to celebrate July 4th with festivities and stunning fireworks. Another popular event is the Cape Coral Festival of Arts, which is held the second January of every year and brings hundreds of musicians and artists as well as 100,000 people together to promote the arts.
If you’re considering assisted living in Cape Coral, you can rest assured knowing the city is home to many accredited hospitals and medical facilities. The primary hospital is the Lee Memorial Hospital, which is ranked among the top 5 percent of the nation’s hospitals and has received the Healthgrades 2015 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence. The hospital offers over a hundred services, ranging from rehabilitation to orthopedic to surgical. Another option is All Wright Medical, which specializes in urgent care services and has a team of doctors who can visit patient homes. For other needs, there are also plenty of walk-in clinics, pharmaceutical stores, and specialty associations such as the Alzheimer’s Association of Cape Coral.
Cape Coral is home to a thriving senior community, warm weather, and beautiful scenery, making it an ideal location for your loved ones. For more information on senior living in Cape Coral, see our options for Cape Coral assisted living.
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