Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Palo Alto, California


Vi at Palo Alto

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
620 Sand Hill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
"Of all the places that we visited, Vi at Palo Alto was the most expensive and the nicest. They had nice rooms with lots of lights. They had nice facilities available for the residents. It was close..." More

Channing House

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
850 Webster, Palo Alto, CA 94301
"Moving to Channing House was the best gift my parents ever gave me. They have lived there for over 15 years so they have made dozens of friends. They are both now in their 90s and are surrounded..." More

Webster House

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
401 Webster Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301
"I moved to Webster House more than a decade ago. It was a smart choice. The House is small, personable, and friendly. Residents are educated. There’s an easy walk to banks, theaters, medical,..." More

The Peninsula Regent

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1 Baldwin Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94401
"The Peninsula Regent was very nice and clean. The rooms were nice and spacious. The dining area was very nice, too. They had a pool, a fitness area, and a ping pong table. " More

The Sequoias

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
501 Portola Road, Portola Valley, CA 94028
"The Sequoias is part of Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services. It is an excellent facility. I like the fact that they offer three levels of care. They have independent living,..." More

Sunny View

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
22445 Cupertino Road, Cupertino, CA 95014
"My wife and I moved here 14 months ago. Since she has Parkinson's Disease and Lewy Body Dementia, I knew she would eventually need more care. Although her move to the Special Care unit occured..." More

Acacia Creek

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
34400 Mission Boulevard, Union City, CA 94587
"We visited Acacia Creek. The tour was exceptionally well done. They had a large memory care program." More

The Forum at Rancho San Antonio

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
23500 Cristo Rey Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014
"We picked the Forum for my mom. It was a nice place. The staff was very professional, very caring, and very empathetic. The rooms were very nice. My mom is in the nursing home part, but they had..." More

The Terraces at Los Altos

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
373 Pine Lane, Los Altos, CA 94022

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Palo Alto
  • Review of Vi at Palo Alto

    The facility was clean and had no smell. The staff was fine and accommodating. They had an automobile that brought them to the doctors. They had a beauty shop. I thought it was a fine place to go t... Read more

  • Review of Vi at Palo Alto

    Vi was five stars. I had my spine fused, so I was there for rehab. The staff was outstanding, and the food was wonderful; you order from a menu and get exactly what you want and nothing of what you... Read more

  • Review of Vi at Palo Alto

    Of all the places that we visited, Vi at Palo Alto was the most expensive and the nicest. They had nice rooms with lots of lights. They had nice facilities available for the residents. It was close... Read more

    Peter T.
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