We've found at least 30 Assisted Living Facilities within 14 miles of Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Senior Resources
The Phoenix metro area which also includes Mesa and Glendale has long been an appealing place for seniors to retire for years. The Valley of the Sun, as Phoenix is commonly known, has an abundance of popular active adult communities where seniors enjoy an active retirement lifestyle. The warm climate, the high population of seniors and its wide variety of options in social activities make this an ideal destination for retiring seniors.
With over 54 hospitals in the area, the Phoenix area offers world class health care. According to the 2012 US News and World Report,the top hospitals in the region are:
- Banner Desert Medical Center
- Banner Estrella Medical Center
- Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
- Banner Thunderbird Medical Center
- Chandler Regional Medical Center
- John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital
- Mayo Clinic
- Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center
- Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center
- St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center
Senior Living Costs
According to the 2012 A Place for Mom Cost of Care Survey, costs for a one-bedroom assisted living apartment in Phoenix range from:
- High: $4,500
- Low: $1,650
- Average: $2,955
If you're looking for senior living accommodations, contact one of our Phoenix Senior Living Advisors, or call us at 8663332174. You can also get information on financing senior care.
Government resources (Local, National, State)
Not for Profit
- Meals on Wheels: Find a Meal - The oldest and largest national organization representing local, community-based Senior Nutrition Programs in all 50 U.S. states.
- City of Phoenix, Human Services Department
212 E. Alta Vista Phoenix, AZ 85042
- A Place for Ruth
Read how one family made the decision to move her mom in an elderly assisted living community.
- Choosing Assisted Living
Read this guide on choosing assisted living to help you evaluate your senior living options.
- How Pet Therapy Has Changed Assisted Living
Over the long term, pet and human interactions can lower cholesterol levels, fight depression and may even help protect against heart disease and stroke. This is why pets for the elderly can be so beneficial.