Connecticut Senior Living Communities

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Finding the right senior community in Connecticut can be difficult especially when you consider that there are 500+ assisted living options. We created Senior Living to support you in your search. We're an unbiased, comprehensive web directory where you'll find anything from nursing homes to independent living to Alzheimer's care, all with a click of the mouse. In addition you'll see reviews from others sharing their experiences in these communities.

The Cost of Senior Living In Connecticut

Connecticut Senior LivingLiving in Connecticut on a fixed income could be challenging for many seniors. Connecticut residents pay 11.1% for state and local taxes—the 3rd highest rate in the country. The state also has 4th highest overall cost of living. The median household income is high at $67,034. Here are a few facts on retirement income in the state: Out-of-state government pensions are fully taxed; Social Security is exempt only if you're adjusted gross income is $50,000 or less for individuals; $60,000 for joint filers; the state exempts 50% of military retirement from state income tax; VA benefits are not taxed. Property taxes are assessed at 70% of the home's fair market value. Let's look at the state's three largest cities and their average home prices. The average price of a home in Bridgeport according to 2008 reports is $328,201. In Hartford the average price is $230,572; In New Haven the average price $302,368.

The Nutmeg State's overall crime rate is 25% lower than the national average. Property crimes account for 89% while the remaining are violent crimes.

Connecticut's winters are cold particularly  in the northwest where the average January temperature is 23 degrees compared to a 31-degree average along the coast. It snows between 25 and 60 inches every year with most of this falling in the northwest. Extreme temperatures can be very difficult for those living in Connecticut assisted living facilities. Summers are hot and humid. Hartford averages 85 degrees in July, the hottest month while the coastal city of Bridgeport averages 82 degrees.

If you're a golfer, Connecticut has 200 public and private courses with Greenwich as the state’s top golfing destination. Are you a gambler? Connecticut has two of the world’s largest casinos—Foxwoods Resort and the Mohegan Sun.

With Senior Living, you can start the search for your ideal retirement community right now. Just click on a city or type your address in the box above to get all the available options in your surrounding area. Additionally, you can fill out our information form and someone from Senior Living will get back to you. Hundreds of Connecticut senior living communities await you.