California Home for the Adult Deaf  (Arcadia, California)
Website: http://www.chadhome.org 
California Home for the Adult Deaf is a licensed Residential Care Facility for the elderly requiring assist living. Our home provides a private, comfortable environment for up to 24 residents in home and with caring and experienced staff on site twenty-four hours a day.

Chestnut Lane (Gresham, Oregon)
Website: http://www.brookdale.com/communities/chestnut-lane/
Chestnut Lane, a Brookdale community is a special place where the deaf community comes first. When our community was built in 2003, it was specifically designed to enhance and enrich the lives of deaf/deaf blind seniors. Our spacious, open areas provides the visibility residents need to sign to each other from across the room. Our hallways are very wide and offer alcoves that allow for privacy between residents when they are engaged in sign language conversations. Each member of our staff is committed to communicating with residents in sign language – some are deaf themselves.

Columbus ColonyElderly Care (Westerville, Ohio)
Website:
 http://www.columbuscolony.org
Columbus Colony Elderly Care is a 150-bed nursing facility offering both skilled and intermediate care. The primary mission of CCEC is to provide comprehensive, long-term or short-term rehabilitation services, principally to Deaf, Deaf/Blind, and hard of hearing people. Columbus Colony Elderly Care is a Helen Keller National Center affiliate, built in 1979 by OSDAA. The secondary mission of CCEC is to improve communication between the Deaf and hearing communities. CCEC is a nursing home that caters to a regional hearing population within the state of Ohio.

Deaf Inc. Retirement Homes (Ft. Worth, Texas)

Fremont Oak Gardens (Fremont, California)
Website: http://cs.hovrs.com/bacdsc_new/fogservicesplan.html
Newspaper Article: http://www.ci.fremont.ca.us/PressReleases/pressrelease050222fremontoakgardens.htm
Newspaper Article: http://www.dcara.org/deaflink/2002/2002-10-12-HTML/page0001.htm
Newspaper Article: http://todaysseniorsnetwork.com/deaf_seniors.htm
Fremont Oak Gardens is a 50-unit apartment home development for low-income seniors age 55 years and older. This new rental community features one bedroom apartments that include special amenities designed to meet the needs of hearing-impaired seniors.

Granbury Care Center—Deaf Services (Granbury, Texas)
Website: http://www.granburycarecenter.com
Granbury Care Center is a long-term senior care center and is committed to providing the very best medically dedicated, compassionate care for residents and their families. We are committed to meeting the physical, emotional and social needs of all residents as we maintain a loving home environment.

La Vista (San Marcos, Texas)
Website: http://www.lavistaonline.com
Designed with the deaf and hard of hearing in mind and located in San Marcos, Texas near the Medical Center, the La Vista Retirement Community has much to offer the seniors of today. With 42 residential buildings, each with 4 separate apartment homes of various sizes, (1/1, 2/1 and 2/2) La Vista is sure to have exactly what you need. Each apartment home has central heat and air conditioning, coat closet, linen closet, pantry, front and rear doors, close proximity parking, ceiling fans, dishwasher (except in accessible units), disposal, washer/dryer hook-up and walk-in closets. 

Lakes at Indian Creek ( Atlanta, Georgia)
It will serve Deaf of all ages and is located near the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf (AASD). Lakes has a total of 603 apartments. Many of these will be fitted with adaptive devices for fire, doorbell and phone.

New England Home for the Deaf (Danvers, Massachussetts)
Website: http://www.nehomesdeaf.org
Newspaper Article: http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:4ZfeuMyE04cJ:www.aahsa.org/pubs_resources/
futureage/may_jun_05/documents/DeafElders_V4N3.pdf+Pilgrim+Tower+Deaf+Elderly&hl=en

The mission of the New England Homes for the Deaf is to provide communication, accessible housing, health care, social support and recreational activities for Deaf and Deaf-Blind people. Priority is given to those who are either born Deaf or deafened prior to the acquisition of language who, because of advanced age, economic, social and/or physical constraints will most benefit from the unique linguistics and cultural support offered through the New England Homes for the Deaf residential and community based programs.

Pilgrim Tower for the Deaf and Elderly (Los Angeles, California)
Newspaper Article: http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:4ZfeuMyE04cJ:www.aahsa.org/pubs_resources/
futureage/may_jun_05/documents/DeafElders_V4N3.pdf+Pilgrim+Tower+Deaf+Elderly&hl=en
 

Spring Haven Apartments (Cave Spring, Georgia)
Newspaper Article: http://www.deafseniorhousing.com/news/20041101.php 

Summerset Village Apartments ( Augustine, Florida)
It has 216 apartments. There will be 132 apartments for Senior Adults, while there will be 84 apartments for families.
Newspaper Article: http://www.deaftoday.com/news/archives/002280.html

Valley View Assisted Living for the Deaf (Elwyn, Pennsylvania)
Website: http://www.elwyn.org/ds_valleyview.html
For elderly Deaf and Deaf-blind men and women, the Valley View assisted living program is a comfortable, caring place to call home. Supported by quality staff, all of who are fluent in American sign language, residents of Valley View enjoy the companionship of people their own age in a lifestyle attentive to their own communications needs.

Water Tower View (Greenfield, a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconson)
Website: http://www.woodlandridge.net/HTML/Watertower.htm
Newspaper Article: http://www.jsonline.com/bym/news/aug05/351300.asp 
Newspaper Article: 
http://www.knowledgeplex.org/news/97788.html 
Water Tower View’s 43 apartments includes video phones, doorbells with flashing lights and other features that allow elderly deaf people to live independently. Water Tower View is owned by Southeastern Wisconsin Deaf Senior Citizens Inc., a non-profit group with about 140 members.


Deaf Senior Housing (Advocacy Assistance)
Website:  http://deafness.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ&sdn=deafness
&zu=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.deafseniorhousing.com
The mission of Deaf Senior Housing is to serve as an advocate for Deaf senior adults and to help create safe, affordable housing communities where these Deaf seniors can seek to establish a socially fulfilling and independent lifestyle. With the natural support network within the Deaf community, we believe this is the best solution to meeting the physical and social needs of the entire Deaf and hard of hearing community.