West Virginia Independent Living

Cost of West Virginia Independent Living

Fairmont, WV (West Virginia) is seen from the Monogahela River. The average cost of Independent Living in West Virginia is $2,050 per hour. This is higher than the national average which is $1,729 per hour.

In West Virginia there are 8 Independent Living Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

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Overview of West Virginia Independent Living

West Virginia independent living provides retirees with the opportunity to live in a picturesque state, which has much to offer in terms of attractions and recreational activities. The Mountain State, named for its location along the Appalachian Mountain range, features a number of natural parks and trails such as the beautiful Cranberry Glades, the Greenbrier River Trail and the Midland Trail. West Virginia is also home to a number of golf courses, such as the wonderful Raven Golf Club and Pocahontas County Country Club.

Independent Living in West Virginia Defined

Those who lead completely independent lifestyles, without assistance in daily tasks, would perfectly be suited to an independent living community. West Virginia independent living is ideal for retirees who would like to have the option of services and amenities at their residence, but are still self-sufficient. Seniors diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's would need much more assistance, and would be better suited to a memory care facility. You can find facilities in West Virginia that provide Alzheimer’s care our Memory Care category. For seniors who require assistance with daily tasks, such as dressing, taking medications or eating, living in an assisted living facility would be a better choice. You can find West Virginia assisted living facilities in our Assisted Living category. Back to Top