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Complete listing of 480 licensed assisted living communities in Virginia for the year 2019. Are you looking for senior living communities, assisted living facilities or senior housing in Virginia? On Senior Living Map, you can search for every licensed assisted living facility and senior living community in Virginia. If you are trying to find an assisted living facility in any part of Virginia with professional staff who will help with all activities of daily living such as bathing, getting dressed, eating, transferring, please look through the facility listings below. Senior living communities in Virginia include pet friendly communities, religion-based facilities that include Catholic, Jewish, Christian communities and others, Virginia continuing care options, Alzheimer's, dementia and memory 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 Virginia that is near you.

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Why look for assisted living in Virginia?

The state of Virginia has 8.5+ million people which makes it way more populated than its cousin on the north, West Virginia. Virginia is comparable to North Carolina in population, which has 10+ million residents. Virginia is well known for its varied landscape. There are few other states in the country that offer such geographical diversity - from Virginia’s mountains to its rolling hills and coastal properties.

The state also boasts mild year-round temperatures as the winters are never too extreme and the summers are never too hot, which makes the weather perfect for older adults who want to enjoy senior living in the state.

The rich culture of Virginia is an ideal setting for history enthusiasts, and people here are generally very active even in their retirement years. The outdoor recreation opportunities include hiking, golfing, and tennis.

Virginia Assisted Living - Cost

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Assisted Living in Virginia per month:

  1. Danville, VA - $3,375
  2. Hillsville, VA - $3,420
  3. South Boston, VA - $3,425
  4. Bristol, VA - $3,440
  5. Stuart, VA - $3,445

The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Assisted Living in Virginia:

  1. Great Falls, VA - $5,810
  2. Oakton, VA - $5,405
  3. Leesburg, VA - $5,320
  4. Falls Church, VA - $5,295
  5. Burke, VA - $5,235

The Top 5 Most Affordable Counties in Virginia for Assisted Living per month:

  1. Carroll County - $3,415
  2. Halifax County - $3,420
  3. Patrick County - $3,430
  4. Tazewell County - $3,450
  5. Alleghany County - $3,565

The Top 5 Most Expensive Counties in Virginia for Assisted Living:

  1. Loudoun County - $5,265
  2. Fairfax County $5,250
  3. Arlington County $5,240
  4. Stafford County $4,875
  5. Prince William County - $4,855

Types of Assisted Living Available in Virginia

Virginia is a quality place for seniors and variety of services offered in assisted living centers is quite high here. It seems that perhaps there is no other form of elderly care as diverse as what is offered at assisted living facilities.

The care may resemble very hands-on, personal or directed care for residents that need assistance with daily habits, grooming, hygiene which is similar to the treatment provided at nursing homes.

However, many other Virginia assisted living residents are fairly well off and independent for their age yet assisted living makes sense as it demands far less home maintenance and chores compared to remaining at their previous home.

Furthermore, the senior living complex will prepare daily meals with fresh and seasonal dishes that are a welcomed relief for many seniors.

Paying for Assisted Living in Virginia

Virginia is currently searching for new ways to provide financial assistance for seniors in assisted living facilities. It used to help with costs through the Alzheimer’s Assisted living (AAL) Waiver, yet it is currently in expired state.

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