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The term “nursing home” is often used as a general term for senior living communities, but a nursing home is actually a specific type of care facility staffed with medical professionals who provide 24/7 skilled nursing services. Usually, only seniors with the most serious medical needs choose traditional, standalone nursing homes. If your loved one does not require that level of care, one of the assisted living or memory care options outlined below may be a better fit for your needs. A number of the facilities included below also happen to offer on-site skilled nursing services for residents who have or develop rehabilitation or recovery needs.

Regardless of the type of senior care you’re looking for, you’re likely to find a good fit in Phoenix. With warm weather all year, a high number of 75+ seniors, and a generous state Medicaid program, Phoenix is one of the top senior living markets in the United States. Within a 10-mile radius of Phoenix city center, A Place for Mom partners with 157 communities.

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Brookdale Trail Ridge in Sun City West, AZ

The facility was a good place. It was very clean. The staff wasn't extremely friendly at first, but they warmed up to us. Mom was a tough cookie, but they got to know her and took good care of her. We were very happy with the care she received here. Communication with the family was good, they called often. Housekeeping was great and her room was always very clean and smelled good. The food seemed ok. I would recommend them to family and friends.

The Auberge at Scottsdale

My husband has been in residence for one year and I have been there almost every night to sit with him and put him to bed. For the last 11 weeks I have not been able to be with him and at first I thought know one could take my place. I do Skype him twice a day and he is very happy. I watch the back images and I see the wonderful staff showing love to the men and women in their care. They have done things they have never done before, like cutting hair, and I must say doing a very good job. The live music is still a big part and is happening due to technology. This is a loving place and also a happy place. They do not sit around all day but are active and having fun. They are safe due to the caring staff. We are kept up every night with the activities and are kept informed of their health situation. Thank you to all the loving staff.

Barton House in Scottsdale, AZ

Questions about operation of 2nd shift and weekend when management is not around. On the whole, staff is very efficient with residents, kitchen is clean as are the restrooms. I'm very fond of management as they act on many questions/complaints

Paseo Village

10420 N 89th Ave, Peoria, AZ 85345

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First visit with my nephew there as a resident. His attitude was so much better than the last place he was. I BELIEVE IT IS DO TO THE ACTIVITY Director and all the staff back there. All so caring! Great...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Paseo Village has assisted living and secure memory care accommodations and amenities for individuals who love open courtyards and spacious private rooms. Our Assisted Living and Memory Care have certified caregivers and medication technicians that are available to assist in personal care for...

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Fairmont Village

10401 N 79th Ave, Peoria, AZ 85345

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I would definitely recommend them. They were very easy to work with, including their admittance person [name removed], and even in the heart of Covid. When I was reading reviews to help me make my...

Provides: Memory Care

We are a unique, memory care community located in Peoria. Fairmont Village offers a family style environment that provides comfort to individuals with memory loss. With an emphasis on the safety and security of our residents, Fairmont Village supports residents to live the day to day routines of...

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Beehive Homes of Arrowhead

17202 N 69th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85308

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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My dad moved to the BeeHive from another facility in Phoenix in January 2020. The difference in care and caring was night and day! [name removed] the owner is personally involved and strives to make sure...

Provides: Assisted Living
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Brookdale Desert Ridge

4050 East Bluefield Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85032

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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We picked this community, because I visited two places. Desert Ridge is bright and cheery. I would recommend Desert Ridge. I am concerned the elevator has needed to be repaired a few times. Also, how the...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care
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These Are The Best YearsThe seniors you see here may be part of our assisted living and memory care community in Phoenix, but we like to think of them as family. Each and every person who walks through our door is an individual with a unique story and background, and a host of personal interests....

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Bethesda Gardens

13825 N. Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85022

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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The facility is absolutely incredible. 3 meals a day, they make sure she get to the dining room (Complete with linens, and crystal at every meals.), they get her involved in the activities, she attends...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care
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In the spirit of love, Bethesda Adult Communities provides an environment where vintage lives blossom. We strive to cultivate a vibrant, active and healthy community. Bethesda Adult Communities are apart of a non-profit Christian based organization that have been caring for seniors for over 50...

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Pueblo Norte Senior Living Community

7090 E Mescal St, Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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I have no complaints of how things are going for my self since I have moved into this community. The staff have been helpful and attentive to all my needs. I like the different activities they have for all...

Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living
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Nestled in the heart of an established, quiet neighborhood on a 22-acre campus in North Scottsdale, Pueblo Norte Senior Living Community offers a unique blend of residential and health care services that have provided a continuum of care to area seniors for almost 30 years. A large number of our...

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Avista North Mountain

350 East Eva Street, Phoenix, AZ 85020

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I've lived here for 4 months now. The facility is always clean and the staff is very friendly. I thought the facility came furnished and it didn't but the maintenance crew helped furnish my apartment. ...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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Our vision at Avista North Mountain is family, and we want our residents to feel right at home. We strive every day to provide the care our residents need, and the peace of mind their family members desire. We invite you to visit our community and see why we stress the importance of kindness in...

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Everlasting Services

3100 N 91st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85037

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When you walk in to the community it has a great overall atmosphere, there is a lot of nice décor and it is clean. The staff members are very friendly and our mother liked it right away.

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Mariposa Point at Algodón Center is a unique community designed for seniors who need help with daily tasks, but who wish to live as independently as possible in a homelike setting. We are dedicated to ensuring that this new chapter in your life is happy and fulfilling. With a holistic approach to...

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Maryland Gardens Assisted Living

31 W Maryland Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85013

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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We absolutely loved this place. We are in the process of having her moved here. Thank you for your help in alerting us to this place.

Provides: Memory Care

Shadow Mountain Memory Care

10030 N 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85028

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We moved my father from another memory care facility to Shadow Mountain this past spring. The staff and facilities are the best I have ever encountered!! The director cares for each resident as though they...

Provides: Memory Care
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Shadow Mountain Memory Care is a brand-new, physician owned, charming and safe memory care community that is dedicated to serving the needs of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. Conveniently located in North Phoenix Arizona, just off of Highway 51, Shadow Mountain...

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Olive Grove

3014 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016

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Hi! I have lived here for almost 4 years and I am 73 yo. I don't walk much anymore due to car and truck accidents over the years. Thank goodness I don't have to walk here. With the old Director Team we did...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care
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Olive Grove Retirement Community encourages an active senior lifestyle that supports residents' privacy and dignity. We offer a home like setting and cheerful smiles from our professional staff who greet you everyday. Olive Grove provides Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Alzheimer's Care...

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Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead

17200 N 67th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85308

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I visit my loved one often and I think that the people who can afford to live here are fortunate. The staff is very friendly and provide good care. The only suggestion I have for improvement is the food,...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Welcome to Orchard Pointe at Arrowhead, an Assisted Living and Memory Care community in Glendale, Arizona, that embraces individuality, encourages independence, and provides the care you need to live the life you want. Enjoy thoughtfully-designed living spaces, delicious meals served...

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The Park at 7th Avenue

10234 N 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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He seems to be doing pretty well. I know he has had some difficulties adjusting initially, but things are working out pretty well so far. I just left him not too long ago and he was sitting in the dining...

Provides: Assisted Living

The Park at 7th Avenue is a charming assisted living community located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, where warm weather abounds. Our serene, spacious community is located adjacent to a community park where residents may enjoy the fresh, desert breeze and mountain views. Phoenix is a historic...

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Encanto Palms

3901 W Encanto Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85009

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Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Sagewood Desert Willow AL & MC

4555 E. Mayo Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85050

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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2 reviews

Everyone that we worked with at Sagewood Desert Willow was extremely friendly and engaged. We were assigned a move in coordinator who helped facilitate everything and provided the information we needed to...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care
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Sagewood Acacia Healthcare is managed by Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company. Life Care Services ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2019 Senior Living Study and achieved the highest score in all seven study factors: resident services and activities; community staff; food...

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Christian Care Manor

1944 W Sunnyside Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85029

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I moved my mom from in May 2022. She’s early stage dementia and I was petrified of a mental decline, which is common with a location change. The OPPOSITE happened, she FLOURISHED!!!! The staff at...

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Vista Living Camelback

5528 E Calle Tuberia Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85018

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This is a fantastic place for your loved one. The staff are friendly to work with. The staff will cook everything fresh for the residents meals. Some of the care includes bathing and dressing assistance,...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care
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At Vista Living we have a different philosophy, we identify intellectual, emotional and experiential strengths that go beyond someone’s health conditions. We believe community is both internal and external, that is to help residents stay connected to their outside community as well as their...

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Sunshine Village

2606 East Greenway Parkway, Phoenix, AZ 85032

If you are reading this review, I would imagine you are caring for a loved one that has some form of Alzheimer's or Dementia and is progressing. Our mother was declining and needed further full time care....

Provides: Memory Care

We are a unique, cottage style memory care residence located in the Paradise Valley area of Phoenix. Sunshine Village offers a family style that provides comfort to individuals with memory loss. With an emphasis on the safety and security of our residents, Sunshine Village allows residents to...

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The Terraces of Phoenix

7550 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ 85020

Dad is here currently and things have been good. Everyone seems pretty nice and he gets along well with the other residents. The staff seems to be able to answer any questions that I have and they take good...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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La Siena

909 East Northern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85020

Everything is going well for my husband and I here at this community. It is a good looking community. The staff have kind and helpful. There are many activities for us to choose from. The food is nice, we...

Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living, Senior Apartments
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Ask someone to name five really fun things and retirement community will almost certainly not be on the list. Which got us to thinking. Why shouldn't a retirement community be fun? With no pesky job to get in the way, retired folks have the time to pursue anything their hearts desire. That sounds...


Kivel Manor

3040 N 36th St, Phoenix, AZ 85018

As a resident of Kivel Memory Unit my mother received fantastic care in the hands of wonderful staff members. She was constantly engaged by various activities through out the day and totally enjoyed their...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living

Huger Mercy Living Ctr

2345 W Orangewood Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021

Provides: Memory Care

Bella's Care Home LLC

6805 N 14th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85014

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We toured Bella's Care Home along with 3 others when searching for a place to house my mother. Bella herself met with us and asked us more questions that we had for her. Her staff there were pleasant and...

Provides: Assisted Living

Coronado Care & Rehabilitation

11411 N 19th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85029

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Provides: Nursing Homes, Memory Care

At SunBridge Coronado Care and Rehabilitation, we are dedicated to delivering quality individual service to every person entrusted to our care. Our state-of-the-art 191-bed facility provides skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapy to adults of all ages who need short- or long-term care. We...

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Amber Hills Assisted Living LLC

34226 N 26th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85085

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Provides: Assisted Living
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What are nursing homes?

Nursing homes, also called skilled nursing facilities, provide long-term care for seniors with significant physical or mental health conditions, and short-term care to people recovering from an injury or hospital stay. Nursing homes provide personal assistance and medical care from licensed professionals. Services in skilled nursing facilities often include:

  • Help with personal care
  • Rehabilitation care, including physical and speech therapy
  • Mobility assistance
  • Palliative and hospice care
  • Health care services
  • Complimentary transportation
  • 24-hour care and supervision
Complete guide to nursing homes

Costs of Phoenix nursing homes

Nursing homes — also known as skilled nursing facilities — tend to be considerably more expensive than assisted living because they offer round-the-clock medical care. According to Genworth’s Cost of Care Survey, the average monthly cost of a private room in a Phoenix skilled nursing facility is $7,908, which is almost twice as much as an assisted living or memory care community.[02]

Overall, Phoenix senior living costs tend to reflect the national average. According to A Place for Mom’s 2022 proprietary data from partner communities in Phoenix, memory care is one of the most expensive options at $4,084 per month, with assisted living following at $4,080 per month.[01] Phoenix residential care homes, which provide assisted living-like care in a small, residential home setting, cost an average of $3,895 per month.[01] These monthly costs reflect not only room and board, but a total that includes fees and care services.

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How to pay for nursing homes in Phoenix

Most seniors and their families pay for nursing homes or skilled nursing services using a mix of private funds and public assistance. Public aid almost always includes Medicare or Medicaid, but it can also include veterans benefits. Smart planning is key to keeping senior care within reach for you or your loved one. Here, you’ll find an overview of the private and public methods to pay for senior living in Phoenix.

Private pay options

Private funds are often built up over a lifetime, and many families use more than one private resource to fund their senior living costs. Life insurance and long-term care insurance policies vary, so it’s a good idea to check with your policy provider directly to make sure you know exactly what your plan covers. Some people choose to sell their policies for a lump sum that they can then apply towards their long-term care, although whether or not this is possible depends on the individual policy.

In addition to your savings and income, the following are some of the most common private funding options:

Understand Arizona laws and regulations for nursing homes

Nursing homes or skilled nursing facilities are regulated by the federal government. This is because many of the services provided in a nursing home or skilled nursing unit can be covered with public assistance, like Medicaid or Medicare. Medicare.gov provides a public report card for every skilled nursing home and rehabilitative facility in the country.

In addition to meeting federal standards, skilling nursing facilities in Arizona are licensed and regulated through the Bureau of Long-Term Care Licensing. The Bureau releases a Consumer’s Guide to Nursing Homes, which has updated public data about skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities in Arizona. Skilled nursing and rehab facilities on tribal land are exempt from these Arizona state licensing regulations.

Arizona has fairly strict state requirements for all of its senior care facilities, including nursing homes. For instance, Arizona recently passed legislation strengthening background checks for workers at skilled nursing facilities and other senior care communities. Arizona workers with felonies involving violence or fraud are now unable to work in these senior care facilities.

Arizona assisted living communities, board and care homes, and memory care facilities are licensed through the Bureau of Residential Licensing and go through yearly inspections as part of the licensing process. The results of these inspections are public on the Arizona Department of Health Services Residential Facilities Provider Search Form.


Arizona Department of Health Services
150 N. 18th Ave.
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Phone: 602-542-1025

COVID-19 regulations for skilled nursing homes in Phoenix

All long-term care facilities in Phoenix, including skilled nursing facilities, assisted living communities, and board and care homes, are required to follow the Arizona state guidelines to minimize the effects of COVID-19 on residents and staff members. These facilities also have to follow the federal guidelines from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services — commonly referred to as CMS — and allow all visitors regardless of vaccination status.

All long-term care facilities should have a COVID-19-positive wing to prevent the spread of the virus among the residents and staff members. Unvaccinated residents who are exposed to a positive case should quarantine, but vaccinated residents do not need to quarantine. All new residents and employees should be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 prior to entry.

Vaccinations. Residents and staff members are encouraged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and boosters should be available to all residents.

Masking. While staff members are required to wear masks while in the facility, residents and visitors are encouraged to do so.

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What to expect from Phoenix nursing homes and other senior care types

You can expect Phoenix to have plenty of great skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities. And for those who don’t need 24/7 medical care, Phoenix offers many options across all senior living environments. Explore local senior care communities, and discover what it’s like to live in Phoenix as a senior.

Nursing home or skilled nursing facility?

While “nursing homes” can be a general term for all senior living options, it technically refers to facilities that offer 24/7 skilled nursing care. These facilities are reserved for people under medical supervision who are either recovering from a surgery or an illness, are on hospice, or have a chronic medical condition. Most government agencies use the term “nursing home” for these specific facilities. This guide includes information about skilled nursing facilities to help you understand that care option, but the community listings you see featured here are assisted living or memory care communities that offer several levels of care and may also include skilled nursing units or wings.

Phoenix has many senior care options.

Phoenix has been on the cutting edge of senior living for decades, and this is reflected in its many senior living options. In the 10-mile radius from Phoenix city center, there are 166 senior living communities within A Place for Mom’s network alone. And, within a 15-mile radius, these numbers almost double.

While there are traditional skilled nursing home settings with an institutional-like atmosphere, many seniors choose to receive their skilled nursing care while residing somewhere else. Skilled nursing services can be administered at an assisted living community, a memory care facility, a residential care home, or even at a private home through in-home care services. In fact, most seniors looking for long-term senior care don’t need the specialized, 24/7 medical care of skilled nursing facilities and are good candidates for assisted living or memory care instead. Thankfully, Phoenix has one of the highest concentrations of all senior care types in the nation.

Phoenix senior living can be tailored.

Because there are so many options across a range of prices, Phoenix seniors can expect to find tailored senior care within their budget. Residential care homes tend to be the least expensive option while still providing the same kind of care as assisted living or memory care communities. There are also plenty of larger communities for more socialite seniors. These luxury communities have all the perks and amenities, some are as expensive as $5,000 a month or more depending on the level of care a senior needs. Skilled nursing facilities are the most expensive levels of care and are usually needed by only a small fraction of seniors looking for long-term care.

Phoenix is an expanding senior haven.

This is in part because of the year-round sunny and warm weather and partially because a growing local economy brings in well-paid workers and their aging parents. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 11% of the 1,624,569 people living in Phoenix are over 65 years old. However, in the suburbs surrounding Phoenix, such as Scottsdale, Glendale, Peoria, and Paradise Valley that number goes up even higher. In Paradise Valley, over 50% of the population is over 55 years old, and 13.4% is over 75. The generous and well-established Arizona Medicaid program is also a draw for many seniors looking to fund their medical care.

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Health care for seniors in Phoenix

Phoenix has a large number of healthcare providers in both the city proper and the surrounding suburbs. Many of them, such as the Mayo Clinic, are nationally ranked for geriatric care.

Mayo Clinic — Phoenix

Mayo Clinic — Phoenix is one of the best hospitals in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report, and is ranked for 10 specialties. It is No. 13 in the nation for geriatric care.

St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center is also nationally recognized for its geriatric care and its neurology and neurosurgery departments.

Transportation for seniors in Phoenix

While seniors in skilled nursing facilities do not need to travel for care, other more mobile seniors can use the local Senior Center Shuttle Program for $1. This program gives seniors living in participating senior care communities transportation to and from appointments and activities off site. Dial-a-Ride is another senior-friendly transportation option.

Seniors in assisted living or residential care homes tend to use the community’s complimentary transportation to get around. Because Phoenix has a low density despite its growing population, the urban sprawl requires most people to use a car for transportation. That is why many senior living communities or care homes will provide transportation services to their residents, sometimes with a small fee.

The Valley Metro Transit System, also known as Valley Metro, is the main regional train system, and it operates throughout most of the day and night. While Valley Metro is affordable, wait times tend to exceed twenty minutes, which can make using it as a transit system in the hot summer months uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous.

Senior activities in Phoenix

Nursing home or skilled nursing residents can expect their entertainment to be brought to them. Local choirs, musicians, and artists serenade nursing home residents to lift the mood and bring in some good-natured fun. Therapy pets are also frequent visitors to nursing facilities.

Care home or assisted living communities will often plan day trips according to the interests of their residents, with transportation to local destinations provided throughout the vibrant city. Phoenix is known as the Valley of the Sun, so it’s unsurprising that many of the activities for seniors revolve around being outside.

Phoenix is a golf capital, and Papago Golf Course is one of the most popular courses for locals and tourists alike. During the cooler months, local seniors also enjoy taking peaceful walks around the century-old saguaro cacti in the Desert Botanical Garden or attending a peaceful tour or artistic exhibition at Taliesin West, a World Heritage Site and Sonoran desert home of the famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Phoenix has plenty of indoor activities to choose from as well — from museums, like the Musical Instrument Museum, to restaurants (Mexican food and steakhouses are quintessential Phoenix culinary options). Other senior activity favorites include local spas, high-end shopping centers, and Vegas-style casinos. The largest casino in the area is Casino Arizona, with over 100,000 square feet of game space. Talking Stick Resort is a luxury hotel resort and casino with a theater and museum, holding one of the most renowned collections of Native American art in the country.

Frequently asked questions

MorningStar Assisted Living & Memory Care of Fountain Hills, Legacy Retirement Residence of Mesa and McDowell Village are the top-rated Nursing Homes facilities near Phoenix, AZ. These Nursing Homes facilities received the highest rankings based on verified family reviews. See full list of communities.

The average cost of Nursing Homes in Phoenix is 4,858 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.

  1. A Place for Mom. (2022). A Place for Mom proprietary data.

  2. Genworth. (2021). Cost of care survey.

  3. Unites States Census Bureau. (2021). Veteran status (S2101) [Data set]. American Community Survey.

  4. United State Census Bureau. (2021). Population estimates (V2021): Phoenix city [Data set]. QuickFacts.

  5. United State Census Bureau. (2021). Population estimates (V2021): Paradise Valley town [Data set]. QuickFacts. 

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