11 Assisted Living Facilities, Senior Care Homes and Senior Living Communities
6410 MEADOWVISTA BLVD, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78414
License #: 330
Capacity: 60 people
Phone #: (361) 985-0555
2709 CIMARRON BLVD, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78414
License #: 30038
Capacity: 67 people
Phone #: (361) 980-8200
317 N CARANCAHUA ST, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78401
License #: 682
Capacity: 90 people
Phone #: (361) 887-2000
4301 KEY WEST, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78411
License #: 102612
Capacity: 11 people
Phone #: (361) 334-7460
5857 TIMBERGATE DR, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78414
License #: 104912
Capacity: 66 people
Phone #: (361) 994-0906
4130 S ALAMEDA ST, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78411
License #: 607
Capacity: 60 people
Phone #: (361) 855-6243
202 FORTUNE DR, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78405
License #: 662
Capacity: 66 people
Phone #: (361) 289-0889
5813 ESPLANADE DR, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78414
License #: 815
Capacity: 56 people
Phone #: (361) 991-9600
7245 MCARDLE ROAD, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78412
License #: 106554
Capacity: 64 people
Phone #: (361) 288-4695
4834 YORKTOWN BLVD, CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas 78413
License #: 317
Capacity: 96 people
Phone #: (361) 991-3252
Corpus Christi is a coastal city located in the South of Texas in the Gulf of Mexico. It is the eighth most populated city in Texas. The port of Corpus Christi is the fifth largest in the Country. 12% of the city’s population is seniors out of which 25% are living alone with a higher ratio of females than males. 9% of the seniors in Corpus Christi have an annual household income of less than $10,000 while 28% have less than $20,000 in annual household income per annum. 25% of the seniors living in the city had received food stamps last year. The number of working seniors in Corpus Christi is a 6,395. Average Social Security income per year is $14,434 while the average household annual income of a senior in Corpus Christi is $34,800. Overall, Texas ranks 28th for Long Term Care and 41st for America’s Health Care Rankings. 24% of the seniors living in the city today are veterans. 69% of the 9,135 seniors living in the city are females, out of which 41% are widowed. Almost 21% of the seniors live in large developments with more than 50 units.
The minimum homemaker services hourly rate in Corpus Christi is $9 and maximum is $19. The median annual rate for homemaker services is $38, 324. The Assisted Living facility monthly rate for a single bedroom single occupancy starts at $2400 to $3,230 with median annual rate of $29,640. It has a 2% five year annual growth rate. Seniors living in the city live a decent life without many difficulties. Corpus Christi is one of the most senior friendly cities of the United States.
Corpus Christi has over 500 boats slip as it hosts marina market day each Saturday every month, where seniors can experience live music, food, arts and craft and much more. Some of the most popular tourist attractions in the city are State Aquarium, USS Lexington, Corpus Christ Museum of Science and History, Botanical Gardens and the Nature centre. The city is home to fishing, wind sports, skating, bird watching and hunting of geese, duck, teal and coot.
Seniors love to visit spots such as the Padre Island national seashore, Malaquite beach, Texas State Aquarium, South Texas botanical garden and nature center, Cole Park, North beach, Sea wall beach and Hazel Bazemore Park among other attractions. Seniors living in the city also love visiting Selena Museum, Texas surf museum, Art Center of Corpus Christi and Del Mar College Art gallery.
Corpus Christi is a lively city that is a lot about culture, history and definitely keeps its senior residents busy and entertained. There are various outdoor activities to perform in the city like windsurfing, yachting, playing golf and fishing adventures. There are entertainment centers as well such as the Harbor Playhouse, Old Concrete Street Amphitheater, Dr. Rockits Blue Bar, Aurora Arts Theatre. Corpus Christi also has several nightclubs for seniors who enjoy nightly entertainment. It is one of the most liked and preferred cities for seniors to retire in.
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
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