Call for Senior Care Options
866-333-3090
Speak with a Senior Living Advisor
866-333-3090

Nebraska Assisted Living

Search Senior Communities

Example: "Phoenix, AZ" or "84088"
Alzheimer's
Assisted Living
Continuing Care
Home Care
Independent Living
Retirement Living
Search assisted living communities in Nebraska. Find assisted living homes that offer a number of different amenities and services ranging from laundry services, social events and more.

Featured Assisted Living Communities in Nebraska

A

Carter House

Btn_request_info_green
Blair, NE
starting at $1,830 monthly
Assisted Living Concepts
 
B

Cottonwood House

Btn_request_info_green
Columbus, NE
starting at $1,830 monthly
Assisted Living Concepts
 
C

Pathfinder House

Btn_request_info_green
Fremont, NE
starting at $2,700 monthly
Assisted Living Concepts
 
D

The Kensington

Btn_request_info_green
Hastings, NE
starting at $2,095 monthly
Agemark
 
E

Gramercy Hill

Btn_request_info_green
Lincoln, NE
starting at $1,740 monthly
Capital Senior Living
 
F

Windcrest on Van Dorn

Btn_request_info_green
Lincoln, NE
starting at $3,040 monthly
Capital Senior Living
 
G

Morton House

Btn_request_info_green
Nebraska City, NE
starting at $1,830 monthly
Assisted Living Concepts
 
H

Madison House

Btn_request_info_green
Norfolk, NE
starting at $2,700 monthly
Assisted Living Concepts
 
I

Centennial Park Retirement Village

Btn_request_info_green
North Platte, NE
starting at $1,740 monthly
Five Star Senior Living
 
J

Brighton Gardens of Omaha

Btn_request_info_green
Omaha, NE
starting at $2,700 monthly
Sunrise Senior Living
 


Popular Articles

Icon_senior_woman_walking
Fitness experts have indicated that walking just may be as valuable as aerobic exercises such as swimming, running or riding a bike. Exercise is one of the oldest forms of exercise known and can be one of the most beneficial to senior citizens. [read more]

Icon_workout
With the baby boomers quickly approaching or have already hit the age of 60, it is more important now more than ever for seniors as well as those approaching their senior years stay active. [read more]

Icon_senior_food_diet
Dementia can be a scary condition that limits your ability to be independent. Fortunately, there are ways to help lower your risk of developing dementia. The food you eat may have a lot to do with your brain health as you age as indicated by numerous research studies. Keep in mind that fighting dementia with food does not mean you should just take vitamins. [read more]