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Home to the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa is a traditional Southern city known for its art, cultural, abundant performance venues and community festivals. Although Tuscaloosa is considered a college town, seniors aged 65 and older represent more than 12% of the city’s nearly 100,000 residents.

Local seniors benefit from a reasonable cost of living, and the mild climate is comfortable for most residents. The area experiences long, hot summers with highs around 90 degrees, and winter lows drop close to freezing. Health care access for older adults is generally good. The city has several medical centers and an average number of physicians for a city its size, and seniors who need extra help can choose from several long-term care options.

Assisted living in Tuscaloosa is competitively priced. According to Genworth Financial, the median cost of care is $3,138 per month, which is 27% lower than the national average. The community is also slightly more affordable than other parts of the state, although rates may vary depending on the facility and the specific services and amenities it offers. 

Explore eight of Tuscaloosa’s best assisted living facilities to see what they have to offer.

Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa

Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa is part of a regional long-term care brand based in the Southeast. This community provides assisted living and memory care in a convenient riverside location just north of downtown. The facility stands out for its personalized care, expert staff and fun activities, which is why it's been recognized as one of the area's best assisted living facilities. Residents enjoy daily fitness classes, enriching classes, volunteer opportunities, intergenerational activities and group outings. Common areas have a pleasant country feel with rocking chairs and wicker furniture, and residents can choose from several studio and one-bedroom floor plans, which feature carefully selected color schemes and are ready for residents' personal touches.

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Crimson Village

Located in the heart of Tuscaloosa near the University Mall and regional medical centers, Crimson Village provides personal assistance and memory care services. This large-scale community accommodates just over 100 seniors who can choose from studios and one- or two-bedroom units that feature kitchenettes and spacious closets. There are patios and outdoor living spaces where residents can enjoy the area's milder weather, and the campus offers a number of other amenities, including a media room, fitness center, whirlpool and day spa. The community also organizes holiday parties, community outings and special events.

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Hamrick Highlands Assisted Living

Hamrick Highlands Assisted Living provides 24-hour personal care in Tuscaloosa's southeastern suburbs near I-20 and local shopping centers. The single-level facility offers a safe, comfortable homelike environment with plenty of amenities, including a library, theater, walking track and massage room with a hydrotherapy spa. Staff members are available around the clock to help with medications and daily activities, such as dressing, bathing and bed making, and nurses conduct monthly wellness checks to stay in touch with residents' changing needs. The community's family-oriented atmosphere and high standard of care have earned it a spot on this guide to Tuscaloosa's best assisted living facilities.

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Regency Retirement Village – Tuscaloosa

Regency Retirement Village is an established assisted living community that's been serving local seniors since 1985. The pet-friendly, smoke-free campus features studio and companion suites for assisted living residents, and additional multiroom options are available for those in independent living. Residents at Regency Retirement Village enjoy an upbeat lifestyle with daily social and recreational activities, including morning meditations, games, discussion groups and outdoor activities. Staff members treat seniors like family, and individualized care plans are designed to balance personal assistance with independence.

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Pine Valley Retirement Community

Located north of the Black Warrior River, the Pine Valley Retirement Community provides independent and assisted living in an attractive suburban neighborhood minutes from medical specialists and shopping centers on McFarland Boulevard. The community's dedicated staff maintains a high standard of care while supporting seniors' independence, which is why it's been named one of Tuscaloosa's best assisted living facilities. Numerous amenities are available on-site, including walking paths, courtyards and a well-stocked library. Assisted living residents live in airy, light-filled studios apartments and housekeeping services are provided.

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Martinview Assisted Living

Martinview Assisted Living provides personal care in a convenient Northport location near McFarland and Lurleen B. Wallace boulevards, which gives residents easy access to shopping and medical care. This small-scale, homelike facility caters to seniors who need personal assistance or memory care, including help with bathing, dressing, housekeeping and medications. Staff members include nurses, certified nursing aides and skilled therapists. There's a courtyard for relaxing outdoors, and the community has a family-style TV room among other amenities. The dining program features traditional Southern favorites, such as eggs and crispy bacon, fried shrimp, meatloaf and barbecue pork.

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Plantation Manor Retirement Community

Offering assisted living and more advanced services, Plantation Manor Retirement Community is set on 50 wooded acres in an attractive rural area between Tuscaloosa and Birmingham. Assisted living residents receive personalized care plans that emphasize privacy and independence. Apartments for seniors in this part of the community feature plush carpeting, large windows, roomy closets, soundproof walls and accessible bathrooms with extra safety features. Staff members handle housekeeping, and residents have the option to do their own laundry or use the community's service. The campus has a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center and a special care unit for those with dementia.

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The Landings of Northport

Located off Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, The Landings of Northport offers assisted living and memory care in a convenient location near the Northport Medical Center. The community develops individualized care plans that include help with medications and routine activities. Caregivers are available 24 hours a day, and physicians are on call for urgent needs. Residents can choose from a variety of floor plans that include housekeeping services and all amenities. The community caters to seniors who require a moderate level of assistance, and group and one-on-one activities are scheduled daily, including life enrichment, technology engagement, parties and live entertainment.

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