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Dallas assisted living options have evolved to accommodate almost every need a senior could have. From modern and luxurious options in the downtown area to cozy, country-style settings in the residential neighborhoods, the local assisted living scene has many options. Across the 34 assisted living facilities inside a 10-mile radius of Downtown Dallas, seniors can find an array of amenities and services to meet their needs.

We’ve created this senior living guide to top-rated Dallas assisted living communities to help you wade through the abundance of options and find the best fit for you. In this guide, you’ll also find information on local assisted living costs, payment options, facility regulations, Dallas senior-specific activities, and more.

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Memory Care: Memory care facilities provide housing, care, and therapies for seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in an environment designed to reduce confusion and prevent wandering.
Care Homes: Residential care homes are shared neighborhood homes for seniors who need a live-in caregiver to assist with activities of daily living, like dressing and bathing.
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I am so glad that I called A Place for Mom. Thank You. I found the Weismer House, [Removed] Weismer to be exact. She sent me an email that I felt was sincere and invited me to meet her and her Home care...
Provides: Memory Care, Residential Care Home
Care types provided by this community
Memory Care: Memory care facilities provide housing, care, and therapies for seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in an environment designed to reduce confusion and prevent wandering.
Care Homes: Residential care homes are shared neighborhood homes for seniors who need a live-in caregiver to assist with activities of daily living, like dressing and bathing.
Weismer House is a senior living community in Dallas, Texas.
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Provides: Memory Care, Residential Care Home
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Memory Care: Memory care facilities provide housing, care, and therapies for seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in an environment designed to reduce confusion and prevent wandering.
Care Homes: Residential care homes are shared neighborhood homes for seniors who need a live-in caregiver to assist with activities of daily living, like dressing and bathing.
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Assisted Living: Assisted living facilities offer housing and care for active seniors who may need support with activities of daily living, like bathing, dressing, and medication management.
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Recent reviews for assisted living in Dallas

Juniper Village at Preston Hollow in Dallas, TX

5.0
So many of staff here have been with the community for many years! The Chef has been there 15 years! You know the food is good if he is still there. The Med Tech has been there 9 years! The care staff, I saw some had been there over 10 years. All in all, friendly, caring and great care.

Avalon Memory Care - Garland

4.1
If I were you, I'd go ahead and move your love done if they're not doing very well at home. My loved one is doing 100 percent better at Avalon Memory Care. They got her up to where she can stand on her own now. And she's a lot more alert. She's eating now, and before she wasn't hardly eating ...
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Carver Heights Estates Senior Living in Arlington, TX

4.5
My sister has an insurance policy which covers her stay there but she has to pay and then send a bill to her insurance company and then receive the money back we can put it in the bank it would be easier if they would just bill the insurance company. A nurse distributes the medicine to my ...
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Dallas review score based on 223 family reviews

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This proprietary review score is based on 223 reviews of 79 Dallas assisted living communities. All reviews were submitted in the past two years by verified community residents and family members.
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Dallas review score compared against nearby cities

8.2
Dallas, TX79 facilities
8.3
Highland Park, TX79 facilities
8.4
University Park, TX91 facilities

Review subcategories for Dallas assisted living

When assisted living residents and family members submit a review on our site, they rate each community on categories such as cleanliness, activities, meals, and more. The chart below is based on 223 reviews of 79 Dallas assisted living communities. This chart helps you compare Dallas resident and family assisted living satisfaction rates against national averages. Use it to assess your needs and develop criteria for your own search. If you know that one of these categories is important to you or your loved one, our Senior Living Advisors can help you find communities to match your needs.
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Costs of assisted living in Dallas, Texas

The cost of assisted living in Dallas fluctuates based on location, amenities, floor plan, and required level of care. The median rent cost for partner assisted living communities is approximately $4,883 per month, according to A Place for Mom’s 2022-2023 proprietary data.[01] This figure doesn’t include any added care or amenities. 

Average monthly cost of Assisted Living in Dallas, TX vs. nearby cities

Dallas, TX
$5,040/mo

Average monthly cost of Assisted Living in Dallas, TX vs. the state and national average

Dallas, TX
$5,040/mo
$4,674/mo
U.S. national average
$4,628/mo

Average monthly cost of Assisted Living in Dallas vs. other types of senior living

Assisted Living
$5,040/mo
$5,429/mo

Median monthly costs of Assisted Living in Dallas, TX by room type

Semi-Private
$4,838/mo
Private
$5,479/mo
Studio
$5,109/mo
1 Bedroom
$5,492/mo
2 Bedroom
$6,396/mo

How to pay for assisted living in Dallas, Texas

There are several means to paying for assisted living. Many families combine private and public sources to cover their assisted living costs. Below, you’ll find a variety of options and resources to help pay for assisted living in Dallas. Also, you can visit our complete guide to paying for long-term care to get an understanding of payment options.

Private pay methods

The availability of private pay methods will largely depend on your loved one’s current financial situation.

Note that if some medical expenses and assisted living expenses are greater than 7.5% of a taxpayer’s adjusted gross income, they may be tax-deductible on federal tax returns.

Texas is also one of the few U.S. states without personal income tax, meaning seniors don’t have to worry about their income sources, such as Social Security benefits and other retirement benefits, being taxed at the state level.[03,04]

Your loved one can use their income sources, including savings, Social Security benefits, pensions, and investment returns, as well as any of the following:

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VA benefits for assisted living in Dallas, Texas

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, or VA, offers several benefits — such as Aid and Attendance and Housebound benefits — to those who have served in the armed forces. These benefits can be used to cover assisted living expenses and other forms of long-term care. To learn more about eligibility and how to apply for these benefits, visit our complete guide to VA benefits.

In the city of Dallas, the Dallas County Veterans Services Office advocates for veterans and helps them obtain veterans benefits free of charge. The office provides assistance with a number of benefits, from disability compensation and survivor benefits to housing and end-of-life planning.

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Number of veterans who live in Dallas, Texas

Percent of Dallas veterans who are 75+, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Additional resources for Dallas veterans

2377 N. Stemmons Freeway, Suite 631
Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: 972-692-4939
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Dallas Vet Center (for nonmedical help, counseling, and referral services)

8610 Greenville Ave., Suite 125
Dallas, TX 75243
Phone: 214-361-5896
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Dallas Medicaid for assisted living

Most Dallas seniors receive Medicaid through STAR+PLUS, Texas’ managed care program specifically for adults who have disabilities and/or are 65+. STAR+PLUS can cover health care and long-term care costs in assisted living facilities that have been licensed and certified by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC).

The state of Texas offers a Medicaid waiver program — called Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) — that can help pay for additional services in an assisted living facility that’s been contracted by a resident’s managed care provider. The purpose of this waiver is to let individuals reside and receive care in a residential assisted living community rather than in an institutional setting like a nursing home.

Qualifying facilities must meet home and community-based setting standards, be integrated into a greater community, and not feel isolating to the senior. Texas Health and Human Services assesses a person’s need for this program when they apply for Medicaid. Eligible members then receive services through a person-centered process and according to their specific needs.

As of 2022, Home and Community Based Services eligibility requirements include the following:

  • Be 65 or older.
  • Require an institutional level of care — meaning help is required with multiple activities of daily living (ADLs) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs). Learn what constitutes as ADLs and IADLs here.
  • Earn less than $2,523 per month as an individual or $5,046 per month as a couple.[06] 

The Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) program can help cover costs for the following services:

  • Personal care
  • Adaptive aids, such as eyeglasses, hearing aids, orthotic devices, and orthopedic shoes
  • Emergency response services
  • Medical supplies
  • Nursing services
  • Respite care
  • Physical, occupational, and speech therapies [06]

For an assisted living facility to qualify as an HCBS setting, they must provide the following opportunities to residents:

  • Work or activities in an integrated setting
  • Engagement in community life
  • Personal resources support
  • Community services [07]
Medicare assisted living coverage in Dallas, Texas

Medicare doesn’t cover room and board costs in an assisted living facility; however, it can help cover some medical costs associated with long-term care. If you’d like to learn about Medicare coverage in the Dallas area specifically, you can dial 2-1-1 or visit the federal Medicare website. You can also contact a local Social Security Administration office for more information.

Below are some additional Dallas programs that may help cover some of your loved one’s Medicare deductibles and fees and provide assistance with Medicare:

Part A covers hospital stays, care in a skilled nursing facility, hospice care, and some home health care services. Part B covers certain doctors’ services, outpatient care, medical supplies, and preventive services.

To qualify for these programs, you must meet certain income requirements.

Dallas resident Medicare resources:

Suzanna Sulfstede, Dallas County Ombudsman

The Senior Source
3910 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219
Phone: 214-823-5700, ext. 4
Email: SSulfstede@TheSeniorSource.org
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

AAA Director: Doris Soler
1341 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 1000W
Dallas, TX 75247

Local HICAP Phone: 214-871-5065
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Texas Medicare Help Line: 800-252-9240

Dual Medicaid and Medicare coverage in Dallas, Texas

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission serves adults who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. Dual-eligible adults can have their care coordinated by one Medicare-Medicaid Plan (MMP) with the Dual Eligible Integrated Care Demonstration Project, commonly referred to as “the Demonstration.”

The Demonstration aims to improve service coordination, enhance quality of care, eliminate cost shifting between Medicare and Medicaid, and reduce costs for both the state and federal governments. To enroll in the Demonstration, individuals must meet certain eligibility criteria:

  • Have Medicare Parts A, B, and D, and receive full Medicaid benefits.
  • Be enrolled in the STAR+PLUS program for at least 30 days.

Dual-eligible individuals that meet all eligibility criteria should be automatically enrolled. Though, they may choose to opt out after they’ve been notified of their enrollment through a letter.

Contact the following email for additional information:

Understand Texas laws and regulations for assisted living facilities

When searching for a suitable assisted living option, your loved one’s safety is often a primary concern. Getting a deeper understanding of Texas assisted living regulations and records can help you make sure that proper health and safety measures are taken to protect and care for your loved one.

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) is the state agency responsible for licensing and regulating assisted living facilities in Dallas. The facilities are regulated under the Health and Safety Code, and they govern the safety of Texas residents receiving assisted living services. Texas has a complete list of assisted living laws and regulations, which covers everything from licensure types and standards to inspection and survey information.

  • Assisted living laws require the state to deliver the highest possible quality of care in assisted living facilities, which includes advocating for the following:
    • Resident independence and self-determination
    • Humane treatment
    • Conservative interventions
    • Residents’ access to care
    • Continuity of care
    • Coordination of services
    • Safe surroundings
    • Professionalism of service providers
    • Participation in useful studies
    • Resident quality of life [08]
  • Texas assisted living regulations also include inspections of the following:
    • Requirements for each licensing type
    • Facility construction
    • Information on investigations
    • Information on license suspension and revoking [09] 

Texas refers to assisted living facilities as ALFs, and they are categorized into two types — Type A and B:

  • Type A ALFs provide care to seniors who don’t require routine attendance overnight and are capable of following directions in an emergency. This includes most assisted living communities and larger group homes.[10]
  • Type B ALFs are for seniors who require nighttime attendance and staff assistance to evacuate in emergencies. This type includes facilities with specialized care units, including skilled nursing and memory care.[10]

For more general information on assisted living facilities, check out this assisted living pamphlet.

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission performs unannounced inspections on each assisted living facility approximately every two years. Inspections are based on an ALF’s compliance in two areas — health and safety code, also known separately as the health code and life safety code.

The health code includes, but is not limited to, inspections of the following:

  • Appropriate supervision levels for residents
  • Employee background checks
  • Management of the facility
  • Any items that could affect residents’ health [08]

The life safety code includes, but is not limited to, inspections of the following:

  • Construction of the facility
  • Safety features
  • Emergency features
  • Protection from hazardous areas
  • Documented reports of fire drills, system checks, etc. [08]

The public can access each licensed community’s most recent inspection report and general facility information through the Texas Health and Human Services Commission’s Long-term Care Provider Search.

Additional information and resources

Texas Health and Human Services contact information

  • 4601 W. Guadalupe St.
    Austin, TX 78751
    Phone: 512-424-6500
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

COVID-19 regulations for Dallas memory care facilities

Dallas assisted living facilities are required to develop their own policies and procedures regarding masks, social distancing, and additional protocols for personal protective equipment (PPE) to help ensure the health and safety of residents. That said, testing isn’t state-mandated for staff or residents, and visitors are allowed on site at facilities.

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has a COVID-19 response plan and regularly provides updated COVID-19 FAQs to help assisted living facilities stay up to date with practices regarding the following:

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Vaccinations. COVID-19 vaccines cannot be mandated; however, all facilities should make them available.

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Masking. Visitors, staff, and residents aren’t required to wear masks unless indicated by the facility’s infection control policies and procedures.

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Staff safety. Staff must use appropriate personal protective equipment when called for.

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Facility cleanliness. Surfaces must be frequently disinfected to prevent the spread of infection.

Dallas is an assisted living market built to accommodate seniors

The Dallas 65+ population grew by more than 30% between 2011 and 2021.[11,12] The growth doesn’t come as a surprise because, as Texans often say, everything’s bigger in Texas — including senior living options, activities, and resources.

The state’s senior population is projected to double by 2050. In order to support this rising aging population, the state of Texas passed an executive order known as the Aging Texas Well Strategic Plan. This plan serves as a strategic guide for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and other state agencies to develop better resources to help the senior population in Texas thrive.

Types of assisted living in Dallas, Texas

Dallas’ diverse assisted living market ranges from high-end, luxurious options to traditional, affordable options. Many assisted living communities offer a wide range of care options, with some providing all-inclusive care services and others offering à la carte services to keep care affordable. Assisted living options are scattered throughout the metropolis, so residents can easily find a community in their desired neighborhood.

Luxury assisted living

Dallas offers a wealth of luxury assisted living options, from Downtown Dallas to its suburbs. These communities often feature alluring décor, high-end furnishings, and a rotating calendar of activities and events. Resort-style amenities like movie theaters, cocktail bars, heated swimming pools, and spas with luxurious services like massages, manicures, and more are also commonplace in these communities. The dining scene is often robust — residents can typically dine in elegant, restaurant-style dining rooms and enjoy chef-prepared menu items or grab snacks as they please from on-site bistros and cafes.

Country-style assisted living

The Dallas area is also home to several traditional assisted living facilities that radiate classic Southern charm. Ideal for seniors seeking a nostalgic setting, these communities are typically adorned with vintage and timeless furnishings. They also offer typical care services, like assistance with activities of daily living, catered or home-cooked meals, and a calendar of engaging activities. Some of these communities may be religiously affiliated, so they can be a perfect match for seniors seeking faith-based living options.

Assisted living in care homes

Approximately 40% of A Place for Mom’s assisted living partners in central Dallas are care homes [01] — an intimate, homelike setting where assisted living services are provided to a smaller number of seniors at a time. The number of residents in a given community ranges from four to eight. These homes vary from small, suburban homes to modern mansions, so seniors have options to find a home within their comfort zone. These homes provide similar care services, often at a more personalized level due to the higher caregiver-to-resident ratios. Activities and amenities vary greatly depending on the community, but they strive to accommodate residents’ interests as best as they can. Some of these care homes may also be faith-based.

Assisted living in the surrounding Dallas suburbs

If the big-city life doesn’t suit you, Dallas is surrounded by suburbs with many assisted living facilities, including ones with care options ranging from independent living to advanced memory care. If you’re seeking luxurious communities on the outskirts of Dallas, you may want to consider facilities near Highland Park or Southlake.

For more affordable assisted living communities, check out the many options in Garland and Grand Prairie. Plano also often appears on best retirement spot lists due to its close proximity to Dallas, safe neighborhoods, and robust activity options.

Unfamiliar with Dallas, Texas? Check out these highlights for seniors

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Number of seniors 65 and older living in Dallas, according to the U.S. Census Bureau

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Percentage of seniors 65 and older within Dallas population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau

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Percentage of seniors 75+ with at least one disability, according to the U.S. Census Bureau

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Percentage of 75+ seniors who have difficulty performing daily tasks independently, according to the U.S. Census Bureau

Health care for seniors in Dallas

Dallas houses a great number of health care providers, with many offering a breadth of specialties. The Dallas area is home to some highly rated and nationally recognized hospitals, like the following:

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UT Southwestern Medical Center

UT Southwestern Medical Center is ranked as the No. 1 hospital in Dallas and No. 2 in Texas. It’s also nationally ranked in nine specialties, including No. 26 in geriatrics, according to U.S. News and World Report.

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Baylor University Medical Center

Baylor University Medical Center is ranked No. 2 in Dallas and No. 4 across the state. It’s nationally ranked in gastroenterology, according to U.S. News and World Report.

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Transportation for seniors in Dallas

Some Dallas neighborhoods are easier to explore on foot, with the downtown area being the most walkable. However, the wide sprawl of the city makes it difficult to walk everywhere, which is why many residents own their own vehicles.

Dallas also offers ways to travel without a car through Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). DART provides trains, buses, streetcars, and trolleys that run from 5 a.m. to midnight. They also offer a rider assistance program specifically for residents who are disabled and/or 65 and older, though it requires residents to register and meet certain eligibility criteria.

Some assisted living facilities also provide their own transportation options — including complimentary and at-cost rides for appointments, errands, and scheduled, off-site activities.

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Senior activities in Dallas

Dallas has no shortage of activities for seniors. There’s truly something available for everyone and every interest. A vast range of shopping and dining options, activities, entertainment, and events enable families to take their loved one out to do their favorite activities. Dallas also has several senior centers scattered throughout the city to help residents stay engaged and involved.

For nature lovers, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden offers 66 acres of towering trees and blooming flowers to walk through, while the Dallas Zoo and Dallas World Aquarium collectively feature an abundance of wildlife from around the world. Plenty of seniors also enjoy attending local sporting events and exploring parks and trails throughout the city during group outings.

The city is also proud of its booming arts and culture scene. Some assisted living communities coordinate visits to one of the many museums or performing arts theaters. Several museums and theaters offer senior discounts and are fully equipped for individuals with disabilities, making any event seamlessly enjoyable for seniors with limited mobility.

Frequently Asked Questions

Brookdale Lake Highlands, Iris Memory Care of Turtle Creek and Appletree Court, A Vitality Living Community are the top-rated Assisted Living facilities near Dallas, TX. These Assisted Living facilities received the highest rankings based on verified family reviews. See full list of communities.

The average cost of Assisted Living in Dallas is $5,040 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.

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  5. United States Census Bureau. (2020). Sex by age by veteran status for the civilian population 18 years and over (B21001) [Data Set]. American Community Survey.

  6. Texas Health and Human Services. (2016, March 1). A-3300, Home and Community-Based Services waiver programs. Medicaid for the Elderly and People with Disabilities Handbook.

  7. Texas Health and Human Services. (2016, March 1). A-3300, Home and Community-Based Services waiver programs. Medicaid for the Elderly and People with Disabilities Handbook.

  8. Assisted Living Facility Licensing Act. Health and Safety Code Title 4. Health Facilities § 247 (2021).

  9. Licensing Standards for Assisted Living Facilities, Texas Administrative Code § 553 (2021).

  10. Texas Health and Human Services. (2022). Assisted living facilities (ALF).

  11. United States Census Bureau. (2011). Age and Sex (S0101) [Data Set]. American Community Survey.

  12. United States Census Bureau. (2021). Age and Sex (S0101) [Data Set]. American Community Survey.

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