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There are 24 assisted living facilities in Wichita, KS and 5 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Wichita, KS is $3,545 per month.
Brookdale Tallgrass, located in Wichita, welcomes seniors seeking comfortable, beautiful surroundings in a personalized assisted living community, emphasizing independence.
Our independent and assisted living community in Wichita, Kansas offers just the right amount of personal attention to complement any lifestyle. Conveniently located near medical facilities, recreation centers, shopping and fine dining, Sedgwick Plaza is the ideal setting for vibrant…
Chaucer Estates is the premier retirement community in Wichita because our residents are treated to fine dining, first-class healthcare services and exemplary amenities every day.
Welcome to Premier Living 1 When you can no longer care for your loved one at home, we can help. Premier Living by Warden was founded with a passion for caring for elders with the highest level of quality and…
Welcome to Premier Living 4 When you can no longer care for your loved one at home, we can help. Premier Living by Warden was founded with a passion for caring for elders with the highest level of quality and…
Keepsake Kottage is a locally owned assisted living care home with 6 residents. Keepsake Kottage is located in a beautiful quiet neighborhood. We aim to provide the highest quality of care to all residents at all times by making them…
Homestead at Crestview is a warmly inviting Assisted Living right here in Wichita Kansas. We are here to provide the best care possible so that you can enjoy living your life even when you need that extra daily care. Our…
The Towers, independent living at Kansas Masonic Home, is comprised of three floors of resident apartments ranging in size from studio to 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Each apartment features a full kitchen including dishwasher, microwave, range and full size refrigerator,…
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The median cost of assisted living in Wichita for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,545/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Compassionate Care West||$5,300/month|
|Homestead of Crestview||$2,850/month|
|Premier Living 1||$6,000/month|
|Premier Living 4||$6,000/month|
|Sunflower Meadows Care Homes I||$4,750/month|
|Sunflower Meadows Care Homes II||$4,750/month|
|Premier Living 3||Towanda||$6,000/month|
Brookdale Tallgrass is fully assisted living. There's no independent living. As a result, the front door was locked, which I'm sure it needs to be. They were not expecting me even they I had an appointment. They found somebody to give me a quick tour and she did a very nice job for being kind of put on the spot. The fa...Read more Brookdale Tallgrass reviews
Park West Plaza was beautiful. People were very friendly and nice. The rooms were a lot bigger than I thought they would be. They had a really nice outside area with a pond and lots of trees. They would let you smoke outside. They had a room where they did games and puzzles and had exercise groups.Read more Park West Plaza reviews
We were impressed with Park West Plaza, it all seemed new, attractive, and it was very well-organized. The lady that took us around showed us some model rooms. She answered all our questions, and explained anything we brought up. You can buy meals, they had very nice dining rooms, and it looked like a very active commu...Read more Park West Plaza reviews
We went to Park West Plaza. The room we saw was very nice. It was probably our first choice from the ones that we looked at, but they did not have a 2-bedroom available. They were wonderful. They explained everything to us and took us everywhere. They were very professional and familiar at the same time. It was a good ...Read more Park West Plaza reviews
My mother-in-law is living in Park West Plaza. We liked the layout of it. We visited with the staff which we appreciated, and it just seemed like a place that she could be involved in. She fell in love with it and said she doesn't want to look anywhere else. My mother-in-law participates in the exercises at 9:30 in the...Read more Park West Plaza reviews
The largest city in Kansas, Wichita grew as a trading community on the Chisholm Trail. Wichita is known as the “Air Capital of the World” and has been home to aviation leaders Clyde Cessna, Walter Beech and Bill Lear.
The Arkansas River runs through downtown Wichita and “The Keeper of the Plains,” a 44-foot sculpture by Blackbear Bosin, is a beloved symbol of the city. Named by Newsmax Magazine as a “Uniquely American” city, seniors in Kansas should consider assisted living in Wichita.
Gardening enthusiasts enjoying assisted living in Wichita will love Botanica, The Wichita Gardens, where individuals can stroll through dozens of garden areas that feature more than 3,600 species of plants. Numerous parks offer opportunities for enjoying active life, and the Sedgwick County Zoo is one of the most popular attractions in the state.
Artists and art appreciators will enjoy Final Fridays, an informal monthly gallery tour on the last Friday of the month, while local music fans have started a similar First Fridays initiative. The Tallgrass Film Festival features a number of talented filmmakers, and is held every in October. The Wichita Public Library has nine locations and offers free, year-round programming for all ages.
Senior Services of Wichita, Inc., operates four senior centers with many activities such as exercise classes, seminars on investments and legal issues, computer training, book discussions and performing arts.
Seniors at communities that provide assisted living in Wichita can keep up with the times by reading a copy of Active Aging, a monthly newspaper serving the local senior community that provides details on all the city has to offer its senior residents.
Wichita is home to one of the largest medical centers in Kansas, Via Christi. Via Christi features a Level I trauma center, regional burn center and stroke center. Via Christi claims Kansas’ only Neuro Critical Care and Cycle III Chest Pain units. Another hospital, Wesley Medical Center, features the largest emergency center in Kansas with 42 beds and is a Level I trauma center.
Wesley Medical Center also includes the area’s only Gamma Knife Center and hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Since Wichita is a regional destination for medical care, there are many specialty hospitals. Residents of assisted living in Wichita will not be disappointed with the world-class selection of medical centers available to them.
Wichita Transit features 18 fixed-route bus lines and 17 demand-response paratransit routes. Individuals 65 years of age and older, Medicare card recipients and people who have a physical or mental disability verified by a licensed physician qualify for half-price fares with a special application.
A city that has much to offer individuals who are interested in assisted living, Wichita’s four-time “All American City” status speaks for itself. For more information on local senior housing, go to our Wichita Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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