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There are 17 assisted living facilities in Baton Rouge, LA and 3 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Baton Rouge, LA is $3,175 per month.
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Williamsburg Senior Living Community has been Louisiana owned and operated since 1987 by professionals specializing in senior living. Whether your lifestyle is active and independent or requires the assistance of caring and trained staff, Williamsburg will exceed your expectations as…
Located in Baton Rouge off I-10, Sunrise at Siegen is a cozy senior community that offers fun activities and the best in personalized assisted living and memory care.
Strategically located in the new 118-acre Grove community in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, The Blake at The Grove will offer an experience unlike any other. Retirement and hospitality are blended to create an independent, assisted living and memory care community where…
Residents of Sunrise of Baton Rouge enjoy a beautiful, homey community with caring staff, just minutes from shopping, services and a variety of dining options.
Southside Gardens Retirement and Assisted Living Center is senior living at its best! SSG is family owned and operated, we have been known as “The Next Best Place to Home” for over 20 years. We are conveniently located near the…
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Colonial Assisted Living facilities provide services for Assisted Living, Alzheimers & Dementia Care, and Independent Living. They feature free family video conferencing and free wireless Internet. "Our residents come first, then we focus on our staff, our belief is that…
Beautifully landscaped courtyard and private grounds, complete with recreational area for relaxing & socializing. Secured & gated, providing residents with safety & security. Licensure by the Louisiana Department of Social Services. Located in the Broadmoor Subdivision of Baton Rouge Staff…
The median cost of assisted living in Baton Rouge for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,175/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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I went to see Sunrise at Siegen. The people were nice, but they didn't have the skilled nursing facility, which was a high level of care. The rooms and the dining were good. The place was clean, and I liked it. The staff was very friendly and caring. However, it was expensive for just the rooms and food, and everything...Read more Sunrise at Siegen reviews
Williamsburg was very nice, but they did not have in their package some of the things that we needed for my mother-in-law. It would've been our first choice. The only reason we wouldn't have chosen that one had to do with her accommodations, specifically what would accommodate her best and the stage of life she was in....Read more Williamsburg Senior Living Community reviews
Williamsburg Senior Living Community was more updated and had a lot more going on, but it was above our price point. I met a lot of the staff. I was very impressed with them. They had a book club, movies, and a tremendous amount of activities because they are more geared to independent living. They also had a total ass...Read more Williamsburg Senior Living Community reviews
Baton Rouge is located along the banks of the Mississippi River and is the second largest city in Louisiana. With a population of over 227,000 people, it is rich in architectural history, food and native heritage.
Those in need of assisted living in Baton Rouge will enjoy the blended cultures of Cajun and Creole, including food, music and the arts along with enjoyable average seasonal temperatures ranging from 55 to 85 degrees.
Baton Rouge is home to many great attractions, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Shaw Center for the Arts and the Baton Rouge River Center, providing a great opportunity for seniors to see, hear and enjoy the local flavor of community artists.
The city also has a thriving shopping district full of both small local boutiques that specialize in affordable clothing and larger venues such as Cortana Mall, that feature over 100 retail outlets, eateries, booksellers and gift shops. Assisted living in Baton Rouge is truly a diverse cultural experience.
Baton Rouge is host to many senior-related activities and events that include the Senior Olympics and a local SeniorMeet.com chapter designed to connect and promote friendships among local seniors.
Assisted living in Baton Rouge is not only about being “connected” but it’s also about being active and fit with the help of recreational centers such as BREC (Baton Rouge East Recreation Center) offering weekly exercise classes, ballroom dancing, ceramic and computer workshops.
Assisted Living in Baton Rouge offers seniors convenient access to first-class medical services at the Baton Rouge General Medical Center. As the city’s first and oldest hospital, Baton Rouge General has been caring for the Baton Rouge community for more than 100 years.
The hospital offers comprehensive critical care and emergency services, operates the Center of Excellence for Siemens Medical International which ensures patients are treated with the latest in technology and is the only five-time consecutive winner of the Louisiana Nurses Association “Hospital of the Year” award.
Public transportation is fast and convenient for residents of assisted living in Baton Rouge with easy accessibility throughout the city via its major bus system, Capital Area Transit. Seniors enjoy shopping, dining and other activities from uptown to downtown and every place in between.
Capital Area Transit also operates the Senior Shared-Ride Program which provides door-to-door service at a discounted rate to seniors age 65 and older. In addition, government officials are diligently working to add a streetcar and a trolley system in the downtown and midtown districts in an effort to further extend the city’s transportation options.
Overall, assisted living Baton Rouge allows seniors to receive all the services they require while maintaining their independence, happiness and most importantly, peace of mind. View a list of local senior housing options on our Baton Rouge Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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