“Colorful Colorado,” as it is often called by the locals, is filled with gorgeous natural landscapes, ranging from the Great Plains in the east to the Rocky Mountains, which dominate much of the state. The state capital of Denver, known as the Mile High City, offers all of the comforts and conveniences of a major metropolitan city. Outside of the city, Colorado is a mountainous paradise filled with beautiful sights to see and explore. When it comes to finding the right assisted living community, Colorado has lots of excellent options. Our Senior Living Advisors can help you find a community that best fits the needs of you or your loved ones. Currently, A Place for Mom partners with more than 400 senior living communities in Colorado that provide assisted living.
How much is assisted living in Colorado? The median monthly cost of assisted living in Colorado is about $4,500.
31383 Frost Way, Evergreen, CO 80439
Provides: Assisted Living
Nestled in a serene mountain setting, Elk Run Assisted Living Community provides quality care to seniors. An easy commute from Denver or points west on the I-70 corridor, Elk Run is just minutes from the freeway. The facility adjoins mountain open space, offering views of meadows and wildlife....... Read more
I was able to have a physical tour here, and it was good. It was maybe my second choice, due to convenience. I didn’t have...
195 Freestone Rd, Eagle, CO 81631
Provides: Assisted Living
Carefree living at Castle Peak means you no longer have the worries of home ownership. All housekeeping, personal laundry and flat linens, maintenance, repairs, snow removal and lawn care are done for you. Property taxes and all utilities are paid except phone and cable TV. Castle Peak will also...... Read more
The average cost of senior living in Frisco is $5,845 per month. Cheaper nearby regions include Evergreen, CO with an average of $4,730 per month.
Planning ahead can better position you to make good choices for your loved one’s care in the future. But if your aging family member needs care now, there are ways to finance the cost of long-term care through a combination of approaches.
Assisted living is long-term care for seniors who are generally active and independent, but who require increased supervision and help with some daily tasks. Staff can assist residents with activities of daily living like dressing, bathing, and medication management. Assisted living is also a good option for seniors seeking more socialization. Services and amenities in assisted living facilities often include:
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