See what the golden years can look like while living in the Silver City, lit up by the Vegas strip. The number of options for assisted living facilities paired with year-round warmth and endless things to do—and endless buffet options—will make you feel like you’ve hit the jackpot. From high-rise luxury accommodations to something a little more lowkey, there are assisted living facilities for every kind of need.
Assisted living communities can provide the peace of mind that comes from not worrying about home maintenance, chores, or errands, as well as help with personal care like grooming, eating, and other activities of daily living (ADLs) seniors might have trouble with. Keep in mind as you start your search for assisted living facilities that some cities (particularly those where the cost of living is high) will be more expensive than others.
We strive to provide you with the best cost data available: when we can, we provide Seniorly data on the cost of senior living communities. If we don’t have that data, we default to Genworth, who has been tracking the cost of care for 17 years in the US. Genworth’s median cost of assisted living facilities in Las Vegas is $3,650 per month. There will be at least some variation within Las Vegas’s assisted living community costs, as each might provide slightly different types of specialized care, or be located in more or less crowded or desirable neighborhoods.
Assisted living isn’t the right option for everyone, however, and with terms like “retirement home” and “nursing home” clouding your search, knowing what is most appropriate can be difficult. For example, if your loved one requires nursing care, or has diagnosed Alzheimer's or dementia that has progressed to a certain point, a skilled nursing facility, in-home care, or memory care community may be more appropriate. Conversely, those who don’t require day-to-day assistance with ADLs may find independent living more comfortable. Our local advisors can provide expert advice on what you can afford and whether or not your city of interest is right for your needs and budget.
When people research assisted living facilities in Las Vegas, NV, they tend to explore options in nearby areas as well. In the case of Las Vegas, NV, that includes in-state cities Carson City and Reno, and Lake Havasu City in Arizona. We've provided their pricing here.
Compared to other cities, Las Vegas, NV’s overall cost of living is high. Las Vegas, NV’s cost of living index is 111.6, where the US national average is 100. This is due to above-average costs in every cost-of-living category other than healthcare, which is slightly lower than national average.
Las Vegas, NV, residents can explore these state and local resources for information about eligibility for certain types of benefits and how they might apply to accessing assisted living facilities.
With Seniorly’s help, you’re sure to find your ideal assisted living facility match in Las Vegas, NV.