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There are 7 assisted living facilities in Orem, UT and 30 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Orem, UT is $2,438 per month.
Lake Ridge Senior Living is a welcoming retirement community offering both independent as well as assisted living accommodations, amenities and services to Utah seniors.
Want to live independently but don’t want to worry about maintaining a house? In the Summerfield's Independent Senior Living Utah community you’re able to hold on to the freedom you desire while enjoying the convenience you deserve. Summerfield has all…
We started Covington Senior Living with one goal in mind: to take their decades of experiences of caring for their own loved ones and create a place where seniors are revered, loved, and celebrated! We know it’s all about the…
Bel Aire Assisted Living is a Type I (entry level) assisted living residence. More than any other feature, we offer superior care to our residents. The location is residential with beautiful views of Mt. Timpanogos. The facility is small, 16…
Beehive Homes of Orem consists of three homes in Orem, and the newest home in Provo. Our community features two Level 1 facilities and two Level 2 facilities. Each of our homes is small, allowing us to give each resident…
The median cost of assisted living in Orem for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,438/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Covington Senior Living||$3,500/month|
|Lake Ridge Senior Living||$2,135/month|
|Alta Ridge Assisted Living - Sandy, UT||Sandy||$2,800/month|
|Alta Ridge Memory Care Sandy||Sandy||$3,600/month|
|Beacon Crest Senior Living||Draper||$3,900/month|
|Beehive Homes of Payson||Payson||$2,500/month|
|Beehive Homes of Salem||Salem||$2,500/month|
|Beehive Homes of Spanish Fork||Spanish Fork||$2,500/month|
|Bel Aire Senior Living||American Fork||$2,595/month|
|Cedarwood at Sandy||Sandy||$3,500/month|
|Country Lane Payson||Payson||$2,000/month|
|Country Lane Santaquin||Santaquin||$2,500/month|
|Courtyard at Jamestown Assisted Living||Provo||$2,500/month|
|Cove Point Retirement||Provo||$2,250/month|
|Coventry at Cottonwood Heights||Salt Lake City||$2,950/month|
|Elk Ridge Assisted Living||Payson||$2,700/month|
|Hearthstone Manor||Spanish Fork||$2,500/month|
|Highland Glen||American Fork||$2,595/month|
|Legacy House of South Jordan||South Jordan||$3,439/month|
|Legacy House of Spanish Fork||Spanish Fork||$2,795/month|
|Legacy Village of Provo||Provo||$2,850/month|
|Manila Country Home||Pleasant Grove||$1,800/month|
|Osmond Senior Living in Lindon||Lindon||$2,495/month|
|Provo Assisted Living||Provo||$2,800/month|
|The Charleston at Cedar Hills||Cedar Hills||$2,795/month|
|The Wentworth at Coventry||Salt Lake City||$2,995/month|
|The Wentworth at Draper||Draper||$3,900/month|
|The Wentworth at Willow Creek||Sandy||$3,250/month|
We've had a few issues, but for the most part Lake Ridge is pretty good. My father has had some medical problems. His medication got scrambled so that was a problem, but now the nurse does respond and gets things straightened out when there's a problem, so that's good. It's a small community, not very big, so there's n...Read more Lake Ridge Senior Living reviews
My husband was at Lake Ridge. I was a little disappointed with their level of care. I just didn't feel like they took as good a care of him, and I asked them several times to take care of him, but they didn't. Finally, after four days, they called me and asked me to come and get him because they couldn't care for him. ...Read more Lake Ridge Senior Living reviews
Lake Ridge seemed old and rundown. The person I talked to was very nice, but the residence didn't impress me. I decided I didn't want to live there. They had plenty of activities scheduled like bingo and all kinds of trips. The food was good.Read more Lake Ridge Senior Living reviews
We had a really bad experience with Summerfield Retirement. They evaluated my dad and said they could handle his medications. However, on his first night there, his medications were not given to him. We put him in a hospital and that's where they told us he had dementia. The director said we could put him back there be...Read more Summerfield Retirement reviews
Orem is located in north-central Utah, approximately 45 miles south of Salt Lake City. With a population of just over 95,000 people, it is the sixth largest city in the state. Orem proudly calls itself “Family City USA” and in 2010 was included in Forbes’ list of the “Top 5 Places To Raise a Family.” The city has also received numerous other awards for safety, health and overall quality of life.
Orem was previously known by religious names such as “Sharon” and “Provo Bench” but was officially given its present-day name in 1914, in honor of railroad magnate Walter C. Orem. Bordered by Utah Lake and Mount Timpanogos, Orem boasts many square miles of parks made even more pleasant by a temperate climate. Seniors will delight in the city’s natural beauty, and its friendly and leisurely atmosphere makes assisted living in Orem very agreeable.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Orem will always have a long list of available activities to choose from. Popular annual attractions in Orem include the popular Summerfest celebration and Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, a semi-annual gathering of world-class oral performers.
The Orem Senior Friendship Center is a wonderful place for senior citizens age 55 and older to undertake leisure pursuits. This facility offers an abundance of activities for social, mental, physical, educational and artistic enrichment.
Residents of assisted living in Orem can take advantage of transportation that is provided to and from the Friendship Center. Dance classes, day trips and tours, billiards, quilting, woodwork, bingo, legal aid and tax preparation are just a few of the activities offered at the Center.
Orem has a good number of medical facilities for a city of its size, including Orem Community Hospital and Timpanogos Regional Hospital. There are also several general practice doctors in the area for non-urgent care.
Both local hospitals were recipients of the Utah Hospital Quality Award in 2009, so residents of assisted living in Orem can rest assured that their medical needs will be addressed.
Assisted living in Orem is made easier by the fact that it is relatively easy to travel within the city or to surrounding areas. The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) offers bus and rail service throughout the area.
Senior citizens, Medicare card holders and persons with disabilities may receive reduced bus fare, and the city has installed several “park-and-ride” lots so that citizens can easily grab a bus no matter where they live.
Senior citizens find Orem a lovely and pleasant place to call home, as there are many facilities, activities and amenities within the city that cater to the elderly. Find local senior housing communities in Orem by visiting our Orem Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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