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There are 5 assisted living facilities in Lawrence, KS and 24 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Lawrence, KS is $5,265 per month.
Refund Plans: Entrance Fee amortized over 10 yrs. Other refund plans available. Rental plan also available. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.
The median cost of assisted living in Lawrence for a single-occupancy apartment is $5,265/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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My grandmother moved into Brandon Woods. They've been wonderful, they have a lot of activities, so she's active and has a lot to do. They have wonderful food, a great staff, and everybody has been friendly and welcoming to my family. They made us feel included in everything when we all sat down, and worked as a group t...Read more Brandon Woods at Alvamar reviews
Lawrence’s downtown riverfront is often alive with art and music. Several music festivals take place in the city, and award-winning radio stations are a constant source of entertainment. Assisted living in Lawrence allows seniors to enjoy a diverse atmosphere and numerous local attractions.
Residents of assisted living in Lawrence can admire the ever-changing outdoor sculpture exhibit, historical architecture and many art galleries populating the city’s downtown.
Restaurants in Lawrence offer everything from eclectic gourmet cuisine to down-home BBQ. From mid-April to mid-November, seniors can frequent the oldest farmer’s market in Kansas, where more than 80 vendors sell their homegrown food, crafts and other goodies.
For more fun outside the city limits, seniors can also hop aboard the Midland Railway, which takes weekend excursions along the state’s oldest rail line south of the Kansas River.
Douglas County Senior Services is a local nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for seniors and residents of assisted living in Lawrence to participate in social, cultural and recreational activities. The organization provides resources to the senior community, such as a monthly newsletter and annual Senior Resource Fair, as well as exercise classes.
The Lawrence Division of Parks and Recreation also offers diverse classes for senior citizens, as well as for people with disabilities. These classes include informative strolls through the arboretum and aquatic fitness classes. The Lawrence Public Library also has a book van that stops at retirement communities throughout the city.
Lawrence Memorial Hospital (LMH) is a not-for-profit hospital that focuses on improving the health of the community. Since it was founded in 1921, LMH has continued to expand its facility and offerings.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Lawrence benefit from this wide range of services which include a cardiac evaluation center and rehabilitation clinics. The hospital also holds periodic health fairs that provide free health screenings, exhibits and refreshments.
The Lawrence Transit System was named the top public transit system in Kansas at the annual conference of the Kansas Public Transit Association in 2010. Their public bus system, nicknamed the “T,” offers service throughout the city and the University of Kansas campus. Routes offer convenient stops that include recreation centers, the Lawrence Memorial Hospital and Douglas County Senior Services.
Lawrence Transit also operates a paratransit service called T Lift that works with customers who cannot use the regular fixed-route bus system due to disability. Residents of assisted living in Lawrence can use the T or T Lift to travel almost anywhere in the city.
With constant opportunities for recreation and entertainment, seniors in Lawrence enjoy a high quality of life. View a list of local assisted living communities on our Lawrence Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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