Tempe is probably best known as a city bordered by Phoenix and Scottsdale and as the home of Arizona State University. It's also a city where everything is a little less expensive, which makes it an attractive option for seniors on a budget. Before searching for Tempe assisted living facilities, read what we?ve found on this Maricopa County city surrounded by cities. Tempe's cost of living is about 4% below the national average. And the state/local tax burden is just 8.7%, more than 1% below the national average, according to the Tax Foundation. Seniors will find housing options equally affordable. For instance, a one-bedroom in a Tempe assisted living facility averages $3,000 a month according to a recent Genworth Financial "Cost of Long-Term Care" survey.

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Assisted Living at HopeView Terrace
1000 E. Manhatton DriveTempe, AZ 85282 Assisted Living
(866) 592-8292
Assisted Living at Friendship Village - Tempe
2635 East Southern AvenueTempe, AZ 85282 continuum care Assisted Living independent living respite (short-term) care Hospice care
(888) 448-2736
Assisted Living at Cameron House
244 N Extension RdMesa, AZ 85201-6300 Assisted Living
(866) 592-8292
Assisted Living at Westchester Plaza
6150 S Rural RdTempe, AZ 85283-2943 Assisted Living
(866) 466-6323
Assisted Living at Mimosa Springs at Plaza
8435 East Mc Dowell RoadScottsdale, AZ 85257 Assisted Living
(866) 466-6323
Assisted Living at Elmcroft at Tempe
1875 East Guadalupe RoadTempe, AZ 85283 Assisted Living respite (short-term) care
(888) 655-5454
Assisted Living at Brookdale North Chandler
2555 North Price RdChandler, AZ 85224 continuum care Assisted Living independent living
(888) 448-2736
Assisted Living at Scottsdale Village Square
2620 N 68th StScottsdale, AZ 85257-1299 continuum care Assisted Living
(888) 857-0829
Assisted Living at Villa Ocotillo
3327 North Civic Center PlazaScottsdale, AZ 85251 Assisted Living
(888) 655-5454
Assisted Living at Courtyard Towers
22 North Robson StreetMesa, AZ 85201 Assisted Living
(888) 655-5454
Assisted Living at Springs of Scottsdale
3212 North Miller RoadScottsdale, AZ 85251 Assisted Living
(866) 333-0736
Assisted Living at Bridge Loyal Homecare LLC
1338 W LOBO AVEMESA, AZ 85202 Assisted Living respite (short-term) care
(866) 466-6323
Assisted Living at The Gardens of Scottsdale
6001 East Thomas RoadScottsdale, AZ 85251-7511 Assisted Living respite (short-term) care
(877) 386-8069
Assisted Living at Vita Bella Senior Living
248 North MacDonaldMesa, AZ 85201 Assisted Living independent living
(888) 857-0829
Assisted Living at Grand Court of Mesa
262 East Brown RoadMesa, AZ 85201 Assisted Living
(888) 655-5454
Assisted Living at Brookdale Chandler Ray Road
2800 West Ray RdChandler, AZ 85224-3492 Assisted Living
(888) 655-5454
Assisted Living at Fellowship Square Brown and Center
35 And 155 West Brown Road Mesa, AZ 85201 Assisted Living
(866) 466-6323
Assisted Living at Highland Luxury Home
825 West Highland StreetChandler, AZ 85225 Assisted Living Hospice care
(888) 655-5454
Assisted Living at Ahwatukee Adult Care I
9859 South 46th StreetPhoenix, AZ 85044 Assisted Living
(866) 333-0736
Assisted Living at Brookdale North Gilbert
845 N. El Dorado DriveGilbert, AZ 85233 Assisted Living
(888) 448-2736
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Check out these local Tempe assisted living reviews:
Poor Care

Some of the staff are very caring and skilled. Many are not. My poor grandmother was trying hard to get out of diapers. Too often she would ring for help and be left waiting 15 or 20 minutes and have to use her diaper. The for weeks the OT staff reported she was reluctant to partake in some of the activities but that the managed to make it work. Then out of the blue they said they were discharged her because she refused to participate in OT. What? We were there daily, inquiring about her progress! She was on a pureed diet for a while. The food was horrible...

I was worried about my Mom living on her own. It was time for more care than my visits could provide. Mom moved in to Bridge Loyal two years ago. I have never regretted my choice. The house is immaculate, the caregivers are kind and loving. They made her feel like she was family, she is happy, well taken care of and safe. They have great food, and live entertainment. The owner comes by often with home made soups and desserts, she is very involved with the residents...
My mother found happiness

I moved my mother from a competitor in the Scottsdale area because she was not fitting into the community. From the moment we walked into McDowell Village my mothers spirit improved. Our sales rep Jay introduced her to the first two residents we say in the Bistro. The three of them started talking and wouldn't stop. I tried to rush her along as not to wast time. Jay told me he had all the time in the world, "let her have a nice time." So I was introduced to Ilona the Health and Wellness Director so we could talk about my mothers needs. She was so supportive...

My son was placed here by the Public Fiduciary Dept. because he needed 24 hr care due to a spinal cord injury and schizophrenia. Proprietor Kim (Hu Kyong) Marshall, and her boyfriend Neil Wade reside there. He was there 2 1/2 yrs and for most of that time Jennie, Kims' niece, was the main caregiver. She was very loving and caring and I didn't see anything to worry about. She moved out a few months before he died and Kim and Neil became the main caregivers. My son always said this place was hot in the winter and cold in the summer, more so the winter he died...