Assisted Living Facilities near Dallas, Texas

97778
Caring Star 2013

Windsor Senior Living

Dallas, TX 75251

175401
Caring Star 2014

Brookdale Preston

Dallas, TX 75230

175317
Caring Star 2015

Brookdale Lake Highlands

Dallas, TX 75238

177225

Villages of Lake Highlands

Dallas, TX 75238

135014

The Reserve at North Dallas

Dallas, TX 75251

43354

The Forum at Park Lane

Dallas, TX 75225

79161

Sunrise of Hillcrest

Dallas, TX 75240

101332
Caring Star 2014

Acadia

Dallas, TX 75234

55597

Caruth Haven Court

Dallas, TX 75225

130173
Caring Star 2016

The Plaza at Edgemere

Dallas, TX 75225

90993

Belmont Village Turtle Creek

Dallas, TX 75219

178273

The Hillcrest House

Dallas, TX 75230







173984

B and Y Care Home

Dallas, TX 75287






178189

The Family's Choice

Dallas, TX 75248

178190

The Family's Choice

Dallas, TX 75248


178270

The Family's Choice

Dallas, TX 75248



178274

The Jackson's Place

Dallas, TX 75248





Caring Star 2012

Walnut Place

Dallas, TX 75231


























Amberley Place

Dallas, TX 75243


Gracious Care Home

Dallas, TX 75252

Affordable Assisted Living in Dallas
With nearly 400 assisted living communities in the Dallas area, seniors searching for this type of living arrangement in Dallas will find that they have many options to choose from. These range from small facilities to large complexes, and the level of care provided varies. Some are set up for seniors who are still largely independent but can’t or don’t want the upkeep that a house requires. Others provide comprehensive services and advanced medical care.

With so many facilities in the area, there is competition--which drives down prices. Some communities charge as little as $1,895 per month. Monthly fees typically include room and board, some meals, housekeeping and transportation. Some facilities also offer free organized activities and classes for residents.

In addition to its affordable assisted living options, Dallas also has low tax rates -- which means seniors are able to keep more of their income. Texas does not have state income tax, and neither retirement income nor retired military pay is taxed. Social security benefits are also untaxed. All of these factors can help defray the costs of assisted living Dallas.

Dallas Neighborhoods
Seniors live in all parts of Dallas, but three areas are particularly popular with residents over 65. University Park is a wealthy section of North Dallas, where seniors account for nearly 20 percent of the population. White Rock Lake, a beautiful park on the east side of Dallas, is surrounded by residential neighborhoods that include a number of assisted living communities. Seniors account for about 18 percent of residents on the east side of White Rock Lake. South Dallas, which has lots of affordable housing options, also has a significant senior population. About 11 percent of the neighborhood’s population is 65 or older.

Getting Around Dallas
Driving is the preferred mode of transportation in Dallas. Seniors who either can’t or would rather not drive can expect to find shuttles and other types of transportation offered at most of the area’s assisted living communities. While roads and highways dominated the city, Dallas also has a rail and bus system, known as Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).

World-Class Hospitals and Specialized Care
Dallas boasts some of the best hospitals in the country, along many regionally ranked hospitals. The area’s best known hospitals are Baylor University Medical Center, which is nationally ranked in diabetes and endocrinology, gastroenterology and neurology, and UT Southwestern Medical Center, which is nationally ranked in cancer and geriatrics. The list of regionally ranked medical facilities in Dallas includes Texas Presbyterian Hospital, Medical City Dallas Hospital, Plaza Medical Center and Parkland Memorial Hospital.

Warm Temperatures and Little Snow
Most people, including seniors, love the winters in Dallas. Although the occasional ice storm may hit the city, the city’s average annual snowfall is 0 inches. Even better, winter temperatures regularly reach the 50s or 60s. Summers in Dallas are hot, and temperatures commonly top 100 degrees in July and August. However, most buildings in the city are equipped with air conditioning.

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