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There are 17 assisted living facilities in Rochester, NY and 8 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Rochester, NY is $4,396 per month.
There are places to live and there are places for living. The Landing of Brighton is definitely the latter. Located across from Buckland Park, we showcase the best of Rochester.
Near a medical center and a shopping mall, Brookdale West Side Rochester features on-site amenities like physician visits, weekly housekeeping and fresh-made meals.
We are one of the few privately run and family owned adult care senior living communities in Rochester. Trust that you or your loved one will receive only the best and most compassionate care at GrandeVille Senior Living Community. Our…
Norton Place Home is a homelike community that delivers the supportive services that seniors need to remain independent while enjoying the peace of mind that comes with having life’s responsibilities taken care of.
Since its establishment over 40 years ago, The Shire at Culverton has built a reputation of outstanding service provided by a caring staff of devoted professionals.
Conveniently located on the Park Ridge Health Care Campus near the town of Greece, The Village at Unity is a unique collection of independent and assisted living services to seniors age 62 and older. We are proud to be the…
The serene charm of a Meadows country-like setting draws visitors into a senior community bustling with vitality and opportunity. More than 400 active seniors plus friendly, knowledgeable staff make up St. John's Meadows, offering independent living and enhanced assisted living.…
At Linden Knoll, you'll find a lifestyle of choice, convenience and peace of mind in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. One of Rochester's most established not-for-profit senior living residences, Linden Knoll's well-earned reputation is based on the wide array of…
The median cost of assisted living in Rochester for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,396/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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Atria Greece was nice, but the room was not adequate for my mom because it was too small and dark. They have steep stairs and narrow hallways. I felt claustrophobic when I saw the room, so I would not want to put mom in there. The dining room was spacious. There were activities going on while I was there, like crafts a...Read more Atria Greece reviews
I recently did a lunch tour at Atria, boy what a nice surprise! From the moment I walked in the door the staff was friendly and attentive. My mom was just had surgery so the staff got her a wheel chair so she could see the entire place. It's not too big and easy to get around. The food was made in house and the soup de...Read more Atria Greece reviews
Atria is the better choice for where my aunt will eventually go because it is very nice. They have a policy that if you are there for three years and run out of money, they will accept whatever you can offer at that point. I think that is a very positive thing.Read more Atria Greece reviews
Atria Greece was very nice and the best one we saw. They did an excellent job keeping me informed. A lot of information was offered and they called me back, which was very nice. The rooms were nice. Some were very big but didn't have a kitchen area. It was basically a bedroom. The dining room looked very nice and clean...Read more Atria Greece reviews
Atria Greece is beautiful, lovely, clean, and bright. The rooms are very nice. The whole place is wonderful, and the food is great. Mom likes the food. The staff is wonderful. They have engaged Mom and gotten her to go to outings and interact with the other residents. It has been fabulous. We made the right choice. Mom...Read more Atria Greece reviews
Straddling the Genesee River, the beautiful city of Rochester, New York ranks as the sixth “most livable city” out of 379 metropolitan areas in the United States. Originally home to the Seneca Nation of Native Americans, the city is historically known as the “Flour City” due to the flour mills which once dotted the banks of the Genesee.
Modern times have given a twist to this name, and Rochester is now known as the “Flower City” in recognition of the world-renowned Lilac Festival held each year in early May. Seniors enjoy exceptional assisted living in Rochester, allowing them to relax and enjoy this diverse, cultural city in their retirement.
Rochester is host to over 3,500 acres of nationally recognized parks, from forested nature reserves to a waterside walk along the High Falls waterfalls on the Genesee River. Seniors can cool off on a warm, summer day with a visit to Ontario Beach Park and enjoy the sandy beaches off Lake Ontario.
Assisted living in Rochester offers many other attractions beyond the extensive park system. Enjoy shopping at multiple venues such as the Rochester Public Market or curl up with a good book from one of the 12 branches of the Rochester Public Library spread throughout the city.
Seniors who choose assisted living in Rochester enjoy a variety of programs tailored specifically to them. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the Rochester Institute of Technology, run by and for seniors, provides social activities, networking opportunities and continuing education at little to no cost.
The city of Rochester is also home to more than 20 senior centers that also provide local activities, social gatherings and senior services.
The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) oversees a number of hospitals in the Rochester area, such as Highland Hospital and Strong Memorial Hospital, which was recently named the number one hospital serving metropolitan areas by U.S. News and World Report. Seniors who choose assisted living in Rochester can rest assured that they will have the best health care available.
URMC’s Division of Geriatric and Aging is the chief provider of health care services in the area and includes one of the largest groups of trained and certified geriatricians in the country. URMC ranks in the top 25 percent out of thousands of hospitals across the country in terms of geriatric care and 16 other specialties.
Exploring the city’s many attractions while enjoying assisted living in Rochester is easy with the Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA). The RGRTA services over 40 bus lines on convenient daily schedules throughout the regional and surrounding areas. Affordable passes are available for season-long use.
The RGRTA’s Lift Line paratransit service provides safe and cost-effective, point-to-point transportation for those seniors who are unable to ride traditional buses due to disabilities. Amtrak also services rail routes connecting Rochester to New York City and many other destinations in the New York area.
Rochester is a one-of-a-kind city that offers a huge variety of attractions and festivals throughout the year. There truly is something for everyone in Rochester. For more information on local senior housing, visit our Rochester Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writing staff.
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