5 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Kansas City, MO

3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Kansas City, MO

Bishop Spencer Place

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4301 Madison Ave, Kansas City, MO 64111
"Bishop Spencer Place was very nice, but it didn't have a pool and there was a big buy-in fee. I liked the fact that they were affiliated with the Episcopal Church. " More

Kingswood

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
10000 Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO 64114
"We visited Kingswood, which was really nice, and the one that we were going to place my brother in. They had a nurse on the premises who answered all of our questions. We were there for an hour..." More

Armour Memorial Home

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8100 Wornal Road, Kansas City, MO 64114
"Refund Plan: Declining balance of 1% per mo.; Low Entrance Fee Plan - (10% of Entrance Fee with higher monthly fee: 80%)" More

2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Kansas City, MO

Claridge Court

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8101 Mission Road, Prairie Village, KS 66208
"This facility has been great each time I visit my grandmother. I went to visit her for her birthday and they were very accommodating. They allowed us to have a special lunch for her in the private..." More

Lakeview Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
9100 Park St, Lenexa, KS 66215
"My mother came to this facility from an Assisted Living facility where she lived for 6 years. I was so afraid that her health would deteriorate moving to a different facility and moving into..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Kansas City

  • Review of Kingswood

    I visited Kingswood, and that's where I moved my husband. It looked like a really nice place at the time. They took him, and I told them about his behavior, but they said it wasn't a problem. They ... Read more

    ASCNME817
  • Review of Bishop Spencer Place

    Bishop Spencer Place is in a premier location off of the plaza. Although, this facility is under staffed when it comes to efficient service for all senior needs. My mother came to Bishop as a fall ... Read more

    DeeParker
  • Review of Kingswood

    Kingswood is very clean and inviting. They have independent living up to assisted living and total care. You don't have to move out of the community at all. However, the problem with this place is ... Read more

    Elaine

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