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Complete listing of 648 licensed assisted senior living facilities in Massachusetts for the year 2019. Are you looking for senior living communities, assisted living facilities or senior housing in Massachusetts? On Senior Living Map, you can search for every licensed assisted living facility and senior living community in Massachusetts. If you are trying to find an assisted living facility in any part of Massachusetts with skilled staff who will help with all daily living activities such as taking a bath, getting dressed, eating, moving, please look through the facility listings below. Senior living communities in Massachusetts include pet friendly facilities, religion-based facilities that include Catholic, Jewish, Christian communities and others, Massachusetts continuing care options, dementia and Alzheimer's care homes and more. You can enter your city or county, or you can also use the search box above to find an assisted living community in Massachusetts that is nearby.
- Barnstable County
- Berkshire County
- Bristol County
- East Longmeadow
- Essex County
- Fall River
- Franklin County
- Great Barrington
- Hampden County
- Hampshire County
- Middlesex County
- New Bedford
- Norfolk County
- North Andover
- Plymouth County
- Suffolk County
- West Concord
- West Newton
- Worcester County
Massachusetts has a population nearing 7 million individuals which is far larger than its southern neighbor Connecticut (3.5 million).
Why look for assisted living in Massachusetts?
Massachusetts is known for having some of the best healthcare in the nation. Many of the best minds in the world graduate from nearby universities and make this well sought after state their own home to practice.
As a result, many seniors flock to the state to be surrounded by some of the best medical clinics and experts you can find in the country.
Massachusetts is also a small yet beautiful state to live in, with the Boston harbor and surrounding metropolitan area, as well Cambridge and Worcester. It is densely populated not to mention expensive (ranks within the Top 5 of Priciest for Assisted Living), so Massachusetts may not be for everyone.
Massachusetts Assisted Living - Cost
The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Assisted Living in Massachusetts per month:
- New Bedford, MA - $3,895
- Fall River, MA - $3,965
- Boston, MA - $4,240
- Pittsfield, MA - $4,240
- Hyannis, MA - $4,255
The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Assisted Living in Massachusetts:
- Weston, MA - $5,980
- Sudbury, MA - $5,790
- Wellesley, MA - $5,770
- Wayland, MA - $5,685
- Winchester, MA - $5,645
The Top 5 Most Affordable Counties in Massachusetts for Assisted Living per month:
- Berkshire County - $4,275
- Suffolk County - $4,500
- Hampden County - $4,590
- Hampshire County - $4,615
- Bristol County - $4,655
The Top 5 Most Expensive Counties in Massachusetts for Assisted Living:
- Middlesex County - $5,320
- Norfolk County - $5,200
- Essex County - $5,010
- Plymouth County - $4,950
- Worcester County - $4,735
Types of Assisted Living Available in Massachusetts
Thanks to its fantastic healthcare system, Massachusetts has every single type of assisted living you would expect, providing everything from light to comprehensive daily care for assisted living.
The types include assisted living centers, residential care institutions (not associated with a hospital), and assisted living facilities (generally smaller in size compared to centers/complexes).
The healthcare in Massachusetts is top notch, which is why living quarters generally come with steeper rent. However, the number of services and amenities available in MA assisted living facilities are second to none when it comes to the rest of the nation.
Paying for Assisted Living in Massachusetts
Massachusetts features an extensive list of programs designed for financial aid when it comes to senior living. MassHealth (Medicaid) helps finance rooms through the Personal Care Attendant program.
The Group Adult Foster Care initiative can cover personal care related to assisted living but unfortunately not the monthly rent cost.
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