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There are 15 assisted living facilities in Lubbock, TX and no other assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Lubbock, TX is $3,200 per month.
Raider Ranch in Lubbock is a luxurious, well-appointed residential living community that caters to active seniors as well as those requiring assisted living or memory care.
Brookdale Shadow Hills is a senior community in west Lubbock offering exceptional assisted living care and services in a supportive and family-oriented atmosphere.
WHAT IS THE LEGACY AT SOUTH PLAINS Legacy at South Plains is Lubbock’s newest and most innovative Senior Living Community. At Legacy at South Plains we believe in taking care of the resident and their family as a whole. It…
Brookdale Monterey is a pleasant community that offers exceptional Alzheimer’s and memory care in a convenient location near shopping, family-style dining and a hospital.
Call 1-800-991-9257 for details
If you seek a comfortable homelike alternative to larger assisted living facilities with experienced staff that will treat your loved one with dignity and respect, look no further than MountainTop Home Care and Assisted Living of Lubbock.
By providing a comfortable, home-like living situation that is safe for seniors, Mackenzie Place ensures that our residents are able to live their lives to the fullest.
Carillon Senior LifeCare Community - Lubbock, TX, located in Lubbock, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
The median cost of assisted living in Lubbock for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,200/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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I visited Brookdale Remington Park right before lunch. The residents were just finishing up an exercise type activity and they were all smiling and looking like they enjoyed themselves. The staff was upbeat, outgoing, and attentive. This community is spacious, clean, and decorated nicely. I left before lunch was served...Read more Brookdale Remington Park reviews
Brookdale Shawdow Hills is a smaller community, but sometimes good things come in small packages. The staff that spoke to me and gave me a tour were friendly and knowledgeable. They were not only knowledgeable about their community, but about their residents, types of healthcare, and their competitors also. I didn't ge...Read more Brookdale Shadow Hills reviews
Brookdale Shadow Hills is very pleasant and well-maintained. The staff is very helpful and friendly. My mother feels very comfortable there. The staff makes sure to keep her involved in activities. It is a much smaller community. There are 4 wings, and each wing has 10 to 15 rooms. They do have cottages outside for tho...Read more Brookdale Shadow Hills reviews
Raider Ranch is a unique community. I overheard some of the residents say that they were getting ready to play a round of golf and others saying they were meeting on one of the common areas to socialize. Many of the staff members were kind, but a few of them didn't even acknowledge me. The offer a variety of activities...Read more Isle at Raider Ranch reviews
We moved into Raider Ranch 2 weeks ago. It's very nice and it's in a property that is fairly big, but not really huge to be too impersonal. They have an indoor and outdoor pool, hot tub, gym, library, and pool room. I'm not yet participating in any activities, though. The cleaning crew was very efficient and I'm happy ...Read more Isle at Raider Ranch reviews
If you are looking for big city activities with small town charm, look no further than assisted living in Lubbock, Texas. The city’s 218,000 residents, the most famous of which is the late rock and roll singer, Buddy Holly, enjoy a low cost of living, a temperate climate and an average of 263 sunny days per year.
From serene southern plains views and award-winning wineries to deep-rooted cowyboy culture and top-notch shopping, Lubbock has everything a senior citizen is looking for.
Nature enthusiasts will enjoy assisted living in Lubbock because of the beautiful sights at Mackenzie Park, which is home to the Yellow House Canyon and the waters of the North Fork Double Mountain Fork Brazos River. The park is also home to more than 100 windmills.
History lovers will enjoy the Silent Wings Museum. Dedicated to preserving the country’s military history, the museum displays artifacts and pictures of World War II glider pilots, which are sure to bring back memories for those wishing to take a step back into the past.
A myriad of activities await seniors who chose assisted living in Lubbock. The city operates five Senior Lifestyle Centers throughout the city: the Copper Rawlings Senior Center, the Lubbock Senior Center, the Maggie Trejo Supercenter, Homestead Senior Programs and the Mae Simmons Senior Center.
Each center acts as a gathering place for Lubbock seniors who wish to take an exercise class, join an exciting game of cards or Bingo, or learn how to send an email to family on one of the Centers’ computers. Transportation to and from the any of the five senior centers is available for a small fee.
There are several outstanding medical facilities are available to residents of assisted living in Lubbock. University Medical Center Health System, which partners with Texas Tech University, is leading the way in cancer research. The hospital also has the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center and operates the Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center.
Lubbock Heart Hospital is also available to meet the medical needs of seniors with heart conditions. This hospital has received a five-star rating for coronary bypass surgery, treatment of heart attacks and treatment of heart failure. Ranked among the top ten percent for overall cardiac services, Lubbock Heart Hospital can provide top-notch cardiac care.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Lubbock are fully accommodated by the city’s public transportation system, Citibus. Citibus runs several routes throughout the city to popular destinations and every bus is equipped to accommodate wheelchairs. The city also runs the paratransit service, CitiAccess, for seniors and others who cannot ride regular buses due to disability.
Residents of assisted living in Lubbock really have it all. Award-winning medical facilities, scenic canyons and rivers, shopping, museums, cultural events and entertainment await seniors in Lubbock, Texas. View a list of local senior communities by visiting our Lubbock Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writing staff.
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