Feels like a resort. At a cost that doesn’t.

Discover luxury senior living at the lowest price in Sunrise, FL

After you see the beauty and vitality of Avalina, then discover amenities other Sunrise FL assisted living communities don’t offer — like a heated pool, salon and spa, theater, special all day dining options and a lush courtyard — you’d expect it to be among the more expensive senior living communities in South Florida. But at Avalina, your best life comes at a great value. With prices starting at $2,800 per month with five wellness package options based on your individual abilities ranging from $200 to $1,250 per month, it delivers a lot more for a lot less.

Avalina thought of it all. You’ll enjoy the convenience of full-service resort-style living with so much more included in your monthly rent. Below is a sample of some of those amenities.

  • Anytime dining featuring a variety of chef-prepared entrées in multiple venues
  • Utilities included, except phone
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry and linen services
  • Maintenance and repairs
  • Daily wellness checks and 24-hour team coverage
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Entertainment, social events and educational and spiritual programs
  • Personalized fitness and wellness programs

We also offer co-housing living options where you’ll pay a lower rate, starting at $2,000/month, when you share your spacious apartment with someone — either of your choosing or someone we match you with.

As for our memory care neighborhood, our Valeo™ signature program is all-inclusive and starts at $5,600/month, with private and semi-private living options available.

Learn more about the benefits of joining our Avalina Club!

Frequently Asked Questions About Pricing at our Sunrise FL Assisted Living and Memory Care Community

What’s the Average Cost of Assisted Living in Florida?

In 2020, the average cost of assisted living in Florida is about $3,500 per month. The costs vary based on location and types of services offered. For instance, the cost for someone who needs memory care services would differ from someone who does not require that degree of assistance.

Who Pays for Assisted Living Facilities?

It depends. Long-term care insurance may be an option for individuals who have it. Medicaid pays for some of the associated costs in 44 states, including the District of Columbia. VA benefits may cover some costs, and families may use a pension and additional contributions to make up for any shortfall. Many people have investment-based options that can also be considered, such as life settlements, reverse mortgages, annuities or bridge loans. Our staff is well informed in this area, and we’re happy to talk you through the options you have.

Do Memory Care Costs Change Over Time?

Memory care is usually a higher level of care, requiring much more support and security. The costs associated with this type of care are greater than assisted living. If memory conditions worsen and the level of need increases, these memory care costs may increase over time. Each community differs: it depends on resources, location, staffing, private and semi-private living options.