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Senior Housing & Assisted Living in Birmingham, AL

Birmingham has a variety of senior housing options, listed below. Many variables come into play when determining if Birmingham is ideal for you or your loved one, however cost of living is usually among the top 3 most heavily weighted factors since most retirees live on a budget and fixed income. The cost of living in Birmingham is based on the Median Household Income, Median Gross Rent Rate, and Cost of Living Index. In Birmingham, those are $36,241, $777 and 87.2 respectively. If the cost of living in Birmingham is too high, try popular nearby cities such as Pleasant Grove, Gardendale or Jasper which might have alternative and lower cost senior housing options.

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Birmingham assisted living facilities are very affordable and offer a variety of options for all types of senior care. Birmingham assisted living grants the opportunity to live in medium sized city, with a population over slightly over 210,000, with a warm to hot climate all year round. As the county seat of Jefferson County, and the most populous city in Alabama, Birmingham is a great place to enjoy Southern hospitality with a low cost of living. We are the best place to find information on senior services in Birmingham, including cost analysis, customer reviews, and other considerations.

Birmingham ALF’s have a much lower monthly cost than the national average. Whether you are looking for senior apartments, CRCC, in home residential senior care, or something else, there is surely an inexpensive facility in the area. A private bedroom in an assisted living facility costs $2,348 per month, $600 less than the Alabama median level. A private room in a nursing home costs $5,709 per month, over $250 more than the Alabama median. Adult day health care costs are very low, running around $542 per month. Homemaker services and home health aide cost around $3,050 per month. These low ALF costs and Birmingham’s low cost of living, which is rated at 88.5 by the March 2016 cost of living index, make the city a reasonable place to find senior care. On the flip side, Birmingham has one of the highest crime rates in the country, with its crime index rated at 772.9, while the national average is 319.1.

The city has 10 hospitals that provide quality health care services. A few are the University of Alabama Hospital, Brookwood Medical Center, and Trinity Medical Center. The University of Alabama Hospital is the best rated hospital in the city, while UAB Highlands is also nationally rated. Birmingham’s Homewood Senior Center offers classes and services for the elderly.

The city embodies the culture and art of Alabama State. There are ample activities and places of interest for an active retired lifestyle. Downtown Birmingham is teeming with theaters, like the Alys Stephens Center, the historic Alabama Theatre, the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Center, the Carver Theatre, and the Boutwell Auditorium. The city is packed with interesting museums too, like the Birmingham Museum of Art, the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, and the McWane Science Center. The city also hosts dozens of cultural festivals for film, food, and art, like the Taste of 4th Avenue Jazz Festival and the Southern Heritage Festival.

Outside the city proper, there are many country clubs and golf courses for you to keep busy. To pursue more adventurous outdoors exploration there are the Ruffner Mountain Nature Center, and Oak Mountain State Park. Birmingham is a comfortable Southern city that offers that “Sweet Home Alabama” feel.

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