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There are 9 assisted living facilities in New Orleans, LA and 16 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in New Orleans, LA is $4,030 per month.
Beautiful surroundings and caring staff always on hand to provide assistance is what seniors will discover when they join HomeLife in the Gardens, a community that offers independent living, assisted living and memory care.
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St. Margaret's at Belleville Assisted Living, located in New Orleans, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
The median cost of assisted living in New Orleans for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,030/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|HomeLife in the Gardens||$1,900/month|
|St. Margaret's at Belleville Assisted Living||$2,900/month|
|Ashton Manor Assisted Living and Memory Care||Luling||$3,500/month|
|Avanti Senior Living at Covington||Covington||$3,900/month|
|Azalea Estates of Slidell||Slidell||$2,355/month|
|Fidelis Care II||Metairie||$3,800/month|
|Fidelis Care IV||Metairie||$3,800/month|
|Fidelis Janice House||Metairie||$3,800/month|
|Fidelis Northshore I||Mandeville||$3,800/month|
|Fidelis Scofield House||Metairie||$3,850/month|
|Inspired Living at Kenner||Kenner||$4,325/month|
|St. Anthony's Gardens||Covington||$3,995/month|
|Summerfield Retirement Community||Slidell||$2,200/month|
|The Windsor Senior Living Community||Mandeville||$3,575/month|
|Ville Ste. Marie Senior Living Community||Jefferson||$2,050/month|
We saw Homelife in the Gardens and did not like it at all. It was old, large, and just not very accommodating. It wasn’t an aesthetically pleasing place, and it felt old and very institutional, although it was fairly well maintained. They were having a Mardi Gras ball at that time of our visit. Their dining area was li...Read more HomeLife in the Gardens reviews
I didn’t get a good feeling at HomeLife in the Gardens. The rooms and the apartments were small with small windows, so it was dark. HomeLife in the Gardens would not be some place I want to be living in. They did have some amenities, but they weren’t as nice as some of the others that I went to visit.Read more HomeLife in the Gardens reviews
I placed my father in HomeLife in the Gardens. I was very pleased with the interaction with the people. The food was very good. It's a very clean community and the people are very helpful. They're very easy to work with. The room is nice. It has a queen-sized bed, a dresser, 2 nightstands, a recliner, and a TV. It's am...Read more HomeLife in the Gardens reviews
I liked the atmosphere, location, and layout of Homelife. I didn’t think it was overly expensive. The food seemed to be good. They had movies and bingo. I liked that they had a religious background and mass, and the staff seemed to be very friendly and concerned about the residents.Read more HomeLife in the Gardens reviews
I toured here after touring the other two places uptown and this place was by far the BEST!!!! The staff and the food and the amenities can't be beat! Plus, the new Director actually came from one of the places that we toured uptown so it can't be beat. We wouldn't move anywhere else if you paid us.Read more HomeLife in the Gardens reviews
I thought the location of HomeLife in the Gardens was good, but the facilities weren't as good. They were old, rundown, and not updated. The only thing I did like was the location because it was right in New Orleans. I would go somewhere nicer. The staff members were very nice, kind, and generous. They had some activit...Read more HomeLife in the Gardens reviews
The city is well-known for its distinct French-Creole architecture, multilingual heritage and significant contributions to Jazz. Seniors who choose assisted living in New Orleans are bound to experience a cultural phenomenon that can’t be found anywhere else in the United States.
Food lovers who choose assisted living in New Orleans will not be disappointed as the city offers world-renowned cuisine that combines influences from around the world to produce a distinct and memorable Louisiana flavor.
But what really sets “The Big Easy” apart from other cities is the focus on festivals. Carnival, more famously known as Mardi Gras, has become an incredibly popular celebration in which many residents and tourists take part. There are also many jazz festivals that take place throughout the year as well.
To learn more about the many exciting things to see and do in New Orleans, visit Where to stay in New Orleans (LA) for additional travel tips and guides.
The New Orleans Council on Aging (NOCOA) is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide recreational, social and educational services to New Orleans seniors.
Contracting with neighborhood community groups, NOCOA operates several senior centers throughout the city, including the Pontchartrain Park Senior Center and the Arthur Monday Senior Center in Algiers, for the enjoyment of residents of assisted living in New Orleans and other local seniors.
Medical facilities are a strong part of what makes assisted living in New Orleans a desirable choice. There are 19 listed hospitals and medical centers within the city limits. The city’s most prominent facility is the Tulane Medical Center, which operates 24 clinics and two major medical centers in the area. Tulane Medical Center was one of the first hospitals to re-open after Hurricane Katrina passed through the region and is dedicated to rebuilding the New Orleans healthcare community.
Public transportation in the city is controlled by the New Orleans Regional Transportation Authority, which operates a system of buses, streetcars and ferries that connect seniors residing in a community of assisted living in New Orleans to the city’s many attractions.
New Orleans streetcars, made famous in the Tennessee Williams play “A Street Car Named Desire,” still run on three designated routes. The St. Charles line is the oldest continually operating streetcar line in America and all of its cars are registered historical objects. The Algiers Ferry connects the heart of New Orleans with the neighborhood of Algiers Point on the other side of the Mississippi River.
From the world-renowned French Quarter to famous cuisine and music, assisted living in New Orleans continues to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. View a list of local senior housing options on our New Orleans Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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