About Assisted Living in Laredo, TX
As the saying goes, everything is bigger in the Webb county Texas city of Laredo. The steaks are bigger, the celebrations are bigger, the churches are grander, and even the library is enormous. Seniors in assisted living communities experience a high quality of life due to the grandeur of services and amenities in the area.
What to Expect
Most assisted living communities in Laredo, TX offer the following amenities:
- Delicious home cooked meals served daily
- Pet friendly housing
- Beautifully maintained outdoor recreation areas
- On-site devotional services
- On-site beautician services
Senior Friendly Neighborhoods in Laredo, TX
Senior health is never a concern in Laredo, where there are six principal medical centers serving the area diligently. Transportation is also never a concern, due to 47 bus routes, 2 trolleys, and 18 vans that service the area. Senior communities flourish in Laredo, in part due to the excellent services the city has to offer.
Barrio Azteca Historic District
The Barrio Azteca district is home to Spanish colonial houses made of sandstone that are hundreds of years old. Between the historic architecture and the modern murals that are painted on buildings throughout the area, this is a truly splendid neighborhood to walk around in the gorgeous year round weather.
If you want to live on the waterfront, downtown is the neighborhood where you need to live. Older homes are mixed with newer construction to create a lovely arrangement of architectural styles amidst a variety of historical landmarks. Two malls provide plenty of excellent shopping and the river is perfect for outdoor activities like walking or fishing.
San Agustin de Laredo Historic District
Brick streets leading up to traditional haciendas paint the diorama that is San Agustin de Laredo. Located close to downtown, the area is still walking distance from shopping, recreation, and dining, but much quieter than the downtown area.
Activities for Seniors in Laredo, TX
Do you like Mardi Gras, but wish it were slightly less loud and crowded? If so you will love Jamboozie which is held every year in January. In fact, the entire month of January is reserved for carnivals, music, dancing, and fireworks, all in celebration of George Washington's birthday.
And if you enjoy the sky, you can visit the Lamar Bruni Vergara Science Center Planetarium any time of the year, a wonderful place to visit alone or with friends and family.
Laredo is also home to dozens of gorgeous, historic churches. It is possible for seniors to worship in a church that is literally older than the country.
Finally, people in Laredo take their sports very seriously. The city doesn't have any major league teams, but it does have plenty of professional minor league teams that are well supported by the city population.
Finding Assisted Living in Laredo, TX
The right assisted living community will make all the difference during your senior years. Our Senior Living Advisors will help you choose the perfect community in Laredo, TX for your needs and for your budget.