Searching for Senior Apartments in Little Rock, AR?
Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to senior apartments. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one; and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 8 senior apartments in Little Rock and the surrounding area, so there are many options to choose from. A Place for Mom is the largest senior living referral service in North America, and we can help you make a good choice at no cost to you.
817 Summit Terrace, Doniphan, MO 63935
Summit Terrace is a Senior Community, set in a small country community in Southeast Missouri.We are a National Church Residences community that is dedicated to Senior housing/care across the country. We have served Seniors since our company was founded in 1961. We have rivers, wildlife and nature...
1520 E Bates, Springfield, MO 65804
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The Fremont Senior Living is a Continuum of Care community offering Independent Apartments and Patio Homes, Assisted Living Level Two Suites, and a Memory Care Cottage. The Fremont is a locally owned and operated community that has been providing the highest level of customer service and care to...
2730 S Nettleton Ave, Springfield, MO 65807
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The Gardens, a Bethesda Senior Living Community is a non-profit, faith- based independent retirement living community that has been located in southwest Springfield, Missouri since 2001. This retirement community has everything active seniors are looking for and great customer service provided by...
1309 West Business Hwy 60, Dexter, MO 63841
Crossroads Court is a 55+ Senior Community.We have 1 bedroom and studio sizes apartments that are based on income. We have a Service Coordinator on-site to help residents with setting appointments, setting up transportation to and from appointments and home maker services and many other services....
1011 4th St, South, Columbus, MS 39701
Columbus Gardens offers elegant one and two bedroom apartment homes for those who want an independent lifestyle while enjoying the comforts and conveniences of senior living. This community offers responsive management, 24-hour emergency maintenance, washers and dryers, resident activities and a...
Senior apartments are communities geared exclusively toward residents 55+, and offer amenities similar to a typical apartment complex. These communities offer older adults an easier lifestyle by taking care of tasks such as yard work and household repairs, but they typically provide limited organized social events and few additional services compared to those offered by independent or assisted living communities.
The monthly median cost for a senior apartment in Little Rock is about $700 within the city proper. In the state of Arkansas, the median monthly cost for a senior apartment is around $695.
When it comes to senior apartments, Little Rock, Arkansas offers many great options, and A Place for Mom can help you find the right one.
The cost of living in Little Rock often ranks lower than the national average. Little Rock is a smaller city which still has plenty to offer in the way of convenience and activity, and it can be a great destination choice to save on living costs compared to larger metropolitan areas. All index ratings are based on a system where a score of 100 represents the cost of the national average.
The Little Rock area is home to a number of highly-rated hospitals, and the following are often ranked among the region’s best:
The climate of Little Rock is considered humid subtropical, and consists of hot, humid summers and short, occasionally cool winters. Little Rock experiences rainy seasons throughout spring and late autumn. On average, the humidity level for Little Rock is about 56.3%, often peaking in January at around 64%.
The peak air quality conditions are rated as moderate. This means that those who are unusually sensitive should consider limiting the amount of time spent on outdoor exertion.
The largest city in Arkansas as well as the state capital, Little Rock is a small urban center located in the center of the state. Little Rock is home to the University of Arkansas which oversees UAMS, the University of Arkansas Medical Center – one of the state’s largest employers. Little Rock is fairly youthful, with a median age of 36 years old. Politics in Little Rock lean a little more toward the left of the spectrum compared to much of the conservative South – Democrats won Pulaski County in the 2016 presidential election by over 17%.
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Little Rock is considered neutral to members of the LGBTQ+ community. Many people in Little Rock hold traditional family values in high regard and may be biased towards members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Despite its small size, Little Rock still has plenty going on. The city is home to enough museums, parks, theaters, and historic sites to keep you busy for a long time. The Arkansas Art Center is the largest art museum in the state, and contains works by noted artists such as Van Gogh, Andrew Wyeth, and Pablo Picasso, as well as plenty of contemporary work. The museum also teaches classes in ceramics, drawing, jewelry making, woodworking, and more. Also noteworthy is the Arkansas Repertory Theater, the longest-running non-profit theater in Arkansas. Known locally as “The Rep,” the theater hosts about 200 shows a year, performing classic productions as well as world premiers, and has been known to draw over 70,000 patrons yearly.
For those interested in history, the Quapaw Quarter is a must-see Little Rock destination. Named for the region’s native Quapaw people, this section of the city consists of hundreds of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, dating back to the 1800s, and includes examples of architecture in Victorian, Antebellum, and Craftsman styles. Downtown Little Rock is also home to the William J. Clinton presidential center, a library, museum, and park dedicated to the 42nd president of the United States. It includes a number of artifacts from Clinton’s presidency and displays full-size replicas of the Oval Office and Cabinet Room during his time in office.
Little Rock’s public transportation options are covered by the Rock Region Metro. The Metro runs a bus system which is in operation 7 days a week, except for certain holidays. The city also has two streetcar lines. Most transit lines are in operation from early morning hours until nighttime, and cover a wide portion of the city. Discounted fares are offered to seniors 65 years of age and older and persons with disabilities.