Assisted Living Facilities near Cleveland, Ohio


The Woodlands of Shaker Heights

Cleveland, OH 44120


Sunrise At Parma

Cleveland, OH 44134

Vantage Place

Cleveland, OH 44113

The Kemper House

Cleveland, OH 44102

Caring Star 2012

Judson Manor

Cleveland, OH 44106

Judson Park

Cleveland, OH 44106

Larchwood Place

Cleveland, OH 44135

Parkside Villa

Cleveland, OH 44130


Bloom at Lakewood

Lakewood, OH 44107


Tranquil Gardens

Seven Hills, OH 44131


Rockport Senior Living

Rocky River, OH 44116


Sunrise of Rocky River

Rocky River, OH 44116


The Harbor Court

Rocky River, OH 44116


The Waterford at Richmond Heights

Richmond Heights, OH 44143

Caring Star 2013

Brighton Gardens of Westlake

Westlake, OH 44145


Eliza Jennings Assisted Living Commun...

Westlake, OH 44145


Elmcroft of Sagamore Hills

Sagamore Hills, OH 44067


Vista Springs Macedonia

Macedonia, OH 44056

Assisted Living Costs

Assisted living in Cleveland can be pricey. The median monthly price for a one-bedroom single-occupancy room in an assisted living community is $4,246 according to a 2015 Genworth study. That puts the cost of living in Cleveland well above the Ohio median of $3,890 and slightly more than the median prices in Cincinnati and Columbus.

These costs usually include not just rent but also meals, activities, transportation and at least minimal care or medication management. Ohio doesn’t tax Social Security, which can help seniors cover the hefty price of assisted living in the city.

Cleveland Neighborhoods and Activities

Assisted living communities can be found throughout Cleveland’s neighborhoods. These include Downtown Cleveland, which is centered around Public Square and is surrounded by Cleveland’s tallest buildings, the 1855 Old Stone Church, and Higbee’s department store.

Downtown is also home to the Cleveland Theater District and Playhouse Square Center, the second largest performing arts center in the United States next to New York City’s Lincoln Center. University Circle is a neighborhood on the east side of the city that also includes many cultural and outdoors sites.

Everyday Outings

In addition to the myriad cultural attractions Cleveland has to offer, most residents in area assisted living facilities can expect organized outings like scenic drives, meals at local restaurants and shopping trips, including thrift store shopping.


Aside from the transportation provided by most of the area’s assisted living communities, mass transit in Cleveland is a way for more mobile seniors and loved ones to navigate the city. The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, or RTA, provides a system of light rail, buses and trolleys. In addition, the Healthline runs down Euclid Avenue moving passengers between Public Square to University Circle while linking the Cleveland Clinic and the University Hospital.


Assisted living residents in Cleveland have access to a number of notable hospitals, including the renowned Cleveland Clinic, which provides care in two-dozen major categories from cardiology and neurology to rheumatology and orthopedics. The city is also home to the University Hospitals, whose department of family medicine was ranked in the top 10 nationally by the U.S. News and World Report.

Cleveland Weather and Climate

Assisted living residents in Cleveland will experience four distinct seasons. Summers can be hot and humid, and winters are cold and snowy. July is the hottest month with average highs of 81 degrees Fahrenheit, while January is the coldest month with average highs of 34 degrees Fahrenheit.

The city’s proximity to Lake Erie makes it prone to lake effect snow, which means more snowfall until the lake freezes. Thunderstorms abound in the spring and summer. Cleveland sees about 39 inches of rain per year and a whopping 68 inches of snow. On average the city enjoys about 166 days of sun each year.

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