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There are 4 assisted living facilities in Wichita Falls, TX and no other assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Wichita Falls, TX is $3,198 per month.
Near a major shopping center and overlooking Sikes Lake, Brookdale Sikes Lake is a premier senior community that offers various lifestyle options and levels of care.
The median cost of assisted living in Wichita Falls for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,198/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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Arbor House feels very bright inside. This facility has plenty of natural light streaming in through many open windows as well as good lighting. I really liked the lighting in the dining area as there was a lot of light fixtures hanging from the ceiling and helping to make the place feel bright and welcoming. The staff...Read more Arbor House reviews
Brookdale Sikes Lake has a great location and stunning views. This facility is located right next to Sikes Lake, meaning there are great views from the back of the facility. As a whole Brookdale Sikes Lake is a very clean, well-managed facility with nice outdoor areas and garden spaces. The facility has a restaurant st...Read more Brookdale Sikes Lake reviews
Brookdale Midwestern has a very cozy, comfy feeling about it. The facility is very nice on the outside with a porch like sitting area in the front. The style of the building gives it a homey atmosphere and inside the décor is a bit rustic, but nonetheless helping to add to this facility’s home-away-from-home atmosphere...Read more Brookdale Midwestern reviews
My mom was in this facility for about 3 months. The place was dirty, stinky and the poor little people were always at the front door, a lot of them crying and moaning. The building has obviously not been remodeled in a long time. It is very dark. The staff, when available, seemed to be there to collect a pay check, exc...Read more Brookdale Midwestern reviews
Horizon Bay Wichita Falls has plenty of pleasant amenities. This facility features a nice barber shop and even has an area for residents to play pool. The menu options at this facility seem to be packed full of variety. Meals are served in a restaurant style format and the menu seemed to have plenty of options to choos...Read more Elmcroft of Lake Wellington reviews
Considered the “Gateway to Texas,” Wichita Falls is pleasant and comfortable city. With a population of 107,000, it doesn’t have the hustle and bustle of major cities, but is suitably located within driving distance of Dallas and Oklahoma City.
From cultural to sporting attractions, the city has something for everyone, making assisted living in Wichita Falls a smart option for seniors and an ideal place to settle down.
There are 37 parks in the city of Wichita Falls offering a total of 15 miles of walking trails. Residents of assisted living in Wichita Falls and their families frequent Lucy Park with its 178 acres of open space. Featuring a log cabin, duck pond, picnic area, paved walkways and frequent wildlife sightings, the park is the perfect place to spend sunny afternoons.
Wichita Falls hosts the annual “Hotter’N Hell Hundred,” one of the country’s oldest and largest cycling events, which attracts participants from across the nation. Professionals and amateurs alike can compete, with professionals riding 100 miles to the finish. Seniors can enjoy watching the bicycles whiz by or score seats at a Witchita Falls Drillers game, the city’s semi-pro football team.
Residents of assisted living in Wichita Falls can join the 50 Plus Zone. Located in the downtown public library, the “Zone” features many activities, such as movie nights, dances, a fitness center, art lessons and tournaments.
Additionally, seniors are invited to have lunch and play games at the Martin Luther King Center Monday through Friday. Games range from cards to Dominoes to Bingo and more.
For a night on the town, seniors can attend the Wichita Falls Ballet Theatre (WFBT). Founded in 1963, the WFBT promotes the arts in the community, and performs some of the most beloved classical ballets. Also, the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra presents six concerts a season for the enjoyment of local residents.
Wichita Falls has top-notch medical facilities and services. Many aspiring doctors from North Texas and Southern Oklahoma have completed their residencies at the hospitals in Wichita Falls. Additionally, the local Midwestern State University is known for its exemplary medical program.
United Regional Hospital in the heart of Wichita Falls is consistently rated above the national average in overall performance and other medical services. Residents of assisted living in Wichita Falls are in the right place for quality healthcare.
Falls Ride provides the public transportation services for Wichita Falls. There are seven different bus routes that can take residents all over the city. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Wichita Falls can ride for a discounted fee, and all buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts to accommodate disabled passengers.
Assisted living in Wichita Falls offers more than just a place to live, it offers a lifestyle. View a list of senior living communities in the area by visiting our Wichita Falls Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writing staff.
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