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Page Reviewed / Updated – February 14, 2023

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Situated on the banks of the Mississippi River and 17.5 miles southwest of Missouri’s largest metro, St. Louis, Arnold is a small town with a population of slightly under 21,000. Approximately 18.5% of Arnold’s overall population is 65 and over, nearly two percentage points higher than the national average of 16.8%, indicating Arnold has more services and community-based resources for older adults. The cost of living in Arnold is lower than the national average, making it a good option for cost-conscious retirees. 

At an average cost of $4,100 per month, residents of assisted living facilities in Arnold pay a few hundred dollars less than the national monthly average of $4,500. Missouri’s statewide average is $3,000 per month, making Arnold and other St. Louis suburbs more expensive than other Missouri communities. 

Note: Data for Arnold was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, St. Louis, was used instead. 

Please take a look at our list of top 10 assisted living facilities in Arnold to see if any of them are right for you or a senior loved one. 

Pine Valley Assisted Living

With a resident capacity of 48, Pine Valley Assisted Living is one of the smaller facilities on our list. The community offers studio apartments with private bathrooms with weekly housekeeping, laundry and linen services. The social calendar includes group outings, arts and crafts workshops, fitness classes and spiritual activities. Individualized personal care and transportation to appointments and shopping are also available. Pine Valley Assisted Living does not accept pets, which makes it a good possibility for those who may have allergies.

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Cedarhurst of Arnold

The main reason we chose to include Cedarhurst of Arnold on our top 10 list is the community's signature culinary program. Designed to meet the dietary needs and preferences of each resident, the restaurant-style dining room serves three chef-prepared meals using seasonal, regional ingredients whenever possible. Menu choices include heart-healthy, diabetic, gluten-free and low sodium fare. Fresh soup and daily specials are prepared daily along with always-available choices.

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Southview Assisted Living & Memory Care

Residents of Southview Assisted Living & Memory Care have several floor plans, including studio, one and two-bedroom apartments. Companion suites are also available. Residents visit the on-site beauty salon/barber shop and spa; join their friends for tai chi, yoga or Wii sports; join a book club; take a computer class; or tend their favorite herbs, flowers and vegetables in the community garden.

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Sunrise of Webster Groves

Sunrise of Webster Grove is a continuing care retirement community with studio, one and two-bedroom apartments. Companion suites are also available, and residents are welcome to share their accommodations with their small pets. There is also a community pet on-site for those who enjoy the company of animals but do not want to care for an animal daily. Each resident receives an individualized service plan to optimize their quality of life. The furniture in the common areas and the apartments are designed to promote mobility.

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Brookdale Creve Coeur

What we like best about Brookdale Creve Coeur is the range of opportunities available to residents for social interaction. There is an on-site pub and sports bar where residents can relax with a beverage while cheering on their favorite team, an attractively landscaped courtyard and garden area where residents can soak up the sun while enjoying listening to the birds sing or visiting with their friends, a bright sunroom and a fireside living room for cozy evenings and rainy days. The on-site chapel provides a venue for religious services, and residents can grab a beverage or a casual meal at the on-site bistro.

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Autumn View Gardens Assisted Living Creve Coeur

Autumn View Gardens provides a faith-based residential living environment, personalized care and life-enrichment activities such as yoga, creative cooking classes in the on-site bistro, discussion groups and community outings. Residents can choose when to have meals instead of being restricted to specific hours. Other amenities include on-site pharmacy services, a private dining room for personal festivities, a coffee bar, Wi-Fi throughout and an on-site salon. Outdoor walking paths provide a relaxing way for residents to exercise their pets and enjoy fresh air and sunshine.

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Anthology of Town and Country

Residents of Anthology of Town and Country have access to multiple dining venues, including casual bistros, pub-style cafés and elegant fine dining. All meals are prepared from scratch by a team of skilled culinary professionals. We like the spectrum of options provided by the community's signature Elements Activity Program, which includes everything from educational seminars to poker. On-site happy hours and resident-led clubs and special interest groups provide plenty of opportunities for residents to socialize and form friendships.

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  • Medication management available
  • Escorts to and from meals, activities and events

Fairmont Senior Living on Clayton

Fairmont Senior Living on Clayton offers a continuum of care in an elegant but secure and comfortable residential environment. Studio, one and two-bedroom units are available, and each is equipped with in-room cable, internet, emergency call systems and individual climate controls. Unlike many pet-friendly facilities, Fairmont Senior Living does not impose size restrictions on furry friends. Snacks and beverages are available at all times.

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Anthology of Clayton View

Anthology of Clayton view is nestled in the charming Richmond Heights neighborhood near community amenities such as restaurants, galleries and shopping venues and within easy access to miles of walking trails and picnic areas at Memorial Park. The studio and one-bedroom floor plans are spacious and thoughtfully designed and equipped with kitchens or kitchenettes. There is a full-service salon on-site, a theater and an arts and crafts room.

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St. Louis Hills Assisted Living and Memory Care

What impressed us the most about St. Louis Hills Assisted Living and Memory Care was its Resident Engagement Program, which is designed to provide an individualized service plan using the resident's life story as a foundation. Scheduled transportation is available for appointments and errands, and group outings to fun events such as Cardinals games or one of the community's eateries are frequently seen on the activity calendar.

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  • On-site wellness center equipped with exercise equipment
  • Arts and crafts room