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10 Independent Living Communities in Arlington, Texas

There are 10 independent living communities in Arlington, TX and several independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Arlington, TX is $1,632 per month.

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Reviews of Independent Living Facilities in Arlington

Susan

5

August 9, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother moved into Lake Arlington. They're just bought out now by Morada, and they are amazing. The staff is also amazing. When we first moved her in, we said, "Hey, this closet is broken." In 2 minutes, they were there to fix it. They're friendly and accommodating. The people there are just amazing, and her neighbors are awesome. They have a lot of stuff, but because of COVID, they aren't really doing much right now. They have a theater, an activities room, a laundromat, and all that is included, you don't pay extra for any of that. Her apartment is clean and beautiful. It's just wonderful. If I could live there, I would.

Ginger

5

March 11, 2021

I am/was a resident of this facility

I'm at Town Village Crossing. I'm in the independent living, but they are moving assisted living people in here now. I was in before COVID, so I know what it was like, and I was thoroughly enjoying it. It felt like it's very well run, they were responsive, and they kept so many activities going, but then COVID came and everybody had to deal with it. In the first four months, we totally shut down. We had our meals served in our home, we didn't have any activities going on, and no family were allowed in. They were letting chronic caregivers come in, and some of those are family of course, but we are still being fed well, and there are people caring for us. I had a fall, and I wound up having surgery. I was in my room and they were checking on me, and that's not even a part of their plan. We don't have a nurse on staff or anything, but I love this place, and I still love it. The facility is beautiful, and it's a wonderful place to live.

Ginger

4

March 11, 2021

I visited this facility

Fox Run Estates facility looked really great. I saw several different rooms. They didn't really have kitchens; they just had microwaves and small refrigerators. They had beautiful balconies outside the rooms, but that made the rooms smaller. It's a lovely place, and it looks to be well run. There are lots of outside walking areas, and they have a lot of activities that are of interest to me. However, I was looking at as much square footage as I could get, but part of their square footage was the balcony, which I know I wouldn't use. Also, they didn't have a big enough kitchen for me.

Christine

4

February 24, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I have a relative at Fox Run Estates. I went there last Thursday, and I'm on my way there now. They've been great. The staff members know their residents, and they're very attentive and friendly. The food is OK; it's not bad. The place is nice, well kept, and clean, and the layout is fine. I think they have a real pretty grounds area outside. They have a bunch of spots where their residents can be outside.

Ingrid

5

November 9, 2020

I visited this facility

We have found a facility for my mom and it's Fox Run Estates. She wanted a specific room there downstairs because they have a little balcony where she could go outside. She has a little doggie that she wants to take with her. We are not moving in right now. We don't have any word that there's anything available at this moment. They said they don't have a waiting list, but we would be the first one they would call if something should come available. We like the walking trail and we like that all the independent living rooms have a balcony upstairs or downstairs. We also like all the activities that are going on, the three meals a day, the housekeeping, and the laundry. My mom will get one of those Life Alerts as well when she moves in. It's all in the price. It's great. Everyone we met, including the residents there, has been awesome. They are so kind, caring, and into elderly people. We also got good feedback from the people who live there. As we understand, they only allow so many people in their small dining room with social distancing and the rest eat in their rooms, which is very good. Everything is safe there. When we got there, we got our temperature taken. They asked us all kinds of questions before they even showed us around, and I thought that was really good, too. The facility is so pretty. When you walk in there, you'll think you're walking into a mansion with round stairs coming down. Of course, we didn't use it, we used an elevator because of Mom, but I loved it. It looks like a mansion. I would like for Mom to go in right away, but she has some medical issues. One day she is good, and one day she's not good. We have been on a lockout for independent living and then we found Fox Run Estates, and it's awesome, but she's a handful, and she's been fighting us about that.

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Arlington Independent Living Communities Cost

The median cost of independent living in Arlington for a single-occupancy apartment is $1,632/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Arlington Senior-Friendly Activities

The River Legacy Park gives Arlington visitors a different kind of experience from than the popular sports and recreational attractions offer. A 1,300-acre sanctuary that showcases the multitude of ecosystems thriving along the banks of the Trinity River, the River Legacy Park is a unique and refreshing urban oasis. The Living Science Center is a 12,000 square foot nature center with a sustainable design that features aquariums, interactive exhibits, terrariums, and much more. Seniors residing in independent living in Arlington may enjoy a tour of Top O’Hill Terrace, known as “Vegas Before Vegas,” which is now a historic landmark featuring a restaurant and tea room, as well as a glimpse into the past. For active seniors, the YMCA of Arlington offers programming specifically designed for older adults. These activities are just a few of the many reasons that make independent living in Arlington fun, educational and interesting.

Arlington Medical Facilities

The Medical Center of Arlington (MCA) began as a community hospital in 1976. It has since grown into a 326-bed modern, full-service hospital with over 600 physicians and a 1,000-strong medical staff made up of dedicated nurses, therapists and other healthcare professionals. Among its many fields of specialization, MCA provides expertise in heart and vascular services, oncology, neuroscience, sports medicine and women’s health services. It also has a Joint Replacement Center designed to better evaluate and treat patients suffering from osteoporosis as well as other illnesses or conditions resulting from low bone density. Choosing independent living in Arlington means access to excellent medical services such as those offered by MCA.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Arlington

Elderly and disabled passengers who wish to navigate the city of Arlington can count on the Handitran. This is a public transportation service made available by the city of Arlington for its senior and disabled population. They have an online navigating system that can handle basic trip requests from registered users including checking routes and ETA’s as well as canceling trips. Cost per ride is only $2 per one-way trip. Passengers who opt for a monthly pass ($55) can use the Handitran for an unlimited number of times during one calendar month. It’s easy to see how Arlington independent living is greatly enhanced by this helpful service from the transportation department of the city. The exciting recreational and educational options available to Arlington senior residents as well as its excellent medical services make this city a top choice for older adults looking for a new place to call home. For more information on senior living in Arlington, see our options for Arlington independent living.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Arlington

The Parks and Wildlife Department of the Arlington local government operates two senior centers in Arlington: the Senior Recreation Center at New York Avenue and the Eunice Activity Center. Both centers offer a wide range of programs and services for seniors. These include recreational opportunities (dance, painting, crafts, etc.), legal clinics, health screening, and nutritional counseling, and assistance. Older adults who choose independent living in Arlington can avail of these and other useful services that are designed to support and enhance the choices they make.

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