Virginia Independent Living

Cost of Virginia Independent Living

The skyline of Richmond, VA (Virginia) is seen reflected in a nearby river The average cost of Independent Living in Virginia is $2,181 per month. This is higher than the national average which is $1,729 per month.

In Virginia there are 109 Independent Living Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Virginia Independent Living Communities by City

Washington Metropolitan Area Independent Living

Virginia Beach-Norfolk / Hampton Roads Independent Living

Greater Richmond Region Independent Living

Other Areas in Virginia

Map of Virginia Independent Living Communities

Overview of Virginia Independent Living

Virginia was the site of several important Civil War battles and residents can soak up the history of the era at battlefields such as Chancellorsville, Fredricksburg and Cold Harbor. The state's temperate climate makes it a great place for outdoor activities, such as walking, biking or exploring nature in one of the many state or national parks. Golf courses abound in Virginia and fairs, festivals and other enticing cultural activities occur around the state throughout the year. Over 1.5 million people in the Old Dominion are 55 or over, providing a strong community for Virginia seniors.

Independent Living in Virginia Defined

Virginia independent living communities are best suited for seniors who can perform the basic tasks of daily life, such as dressing, bathing and cooking meals, without assistance. Other types of senior care facilities cater to those with special needs. Assisted living facilities offer basic assistance with certain tasks, such as dressing or eating, to residents who are otherwise healthy. Care homes are similar to assisted living communities, but are located in private homes and provide services to only a small number of residents. You can find Assisted Living facilities and Care Homes in Virginia in those categories. Nursing homes give intensive medical care to seniors with serious health problems, while memory care facilities specialize in helping residents who have serious memory loss, such as those challenged by Alzheimer's disease. You can find Nursing Homes and Memory Care facilities in Virginia in those categories as well. Back to Top