Venice, Florida, is a small city on Florida’s Gulf Coast. In 2021, it had a population of 24,634, of whom 62% were seniors aged 65 and older. It’s an excellent retirement location; in addition to its older population, Venice has a variety of other appealing benefits for seniors, including a warm year-round climate and great health care facilities, as well as home care agencies and assisted living facilities that offer care services to seniors.
Assisted living is a good option for seniors who no longer feel comfortable living at home independently but don’t require 24/7 medical support. Assisted living typically includes services such as personal care, meal preparation, laundry and medication management. In Venice, seniors pay slightly less for assisted living than the national average and slightly more than the average for the state of Florida.
This guide offers an overview of assisted living in Venice, including costs and how they compare with the costs in neighboring cities and the state and national averages. It also covers payment options and lists useful support agencies and resources available.