Continuing Care Retirement Communities in San Diego, California

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Vi at La Jolla Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8515 Costa Verde Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92122
"I like Vi at La Jolla Village, and they don't make you leave rooms if you go from independent living to extended care. Your monthly rate does not go up; although they have a buy-in fee, and if my..." More

Casa de las Campanas

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
18655 West Bernardo Drive, San Diego, CA 92127
"We chose and are moving next week to Casa de las Campanas. It’s about a mile from where we live right now. It has all the levels of care from independent living, which we are going int, to assisted..." More

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White Sands La Jolla

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
7450 Olivetas Ave, La Jolla, CA 92037
"My siblings and I recently moved my parents from the east coast and we couldn't be happier with this facility. My mother, who was very active, had a severe stroke and would need long term skilled..." More

Mount Miguel Covenant Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
325 Kempton Street, Spring Valley, CA 91977
"I have friends at Mount Miguel Covenant Village. It's residential and assisted living. I've been in one of the apartments and they were very nice. Every time someone moved or even when they're..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in San Diego
  • Review of Vi at La Jolla Village

    Vi at La Jolla is really top level service. My mother-in-law is in a facility similar to that, so we took a tour, saw one of their apartments, and saw the level of care and what recreational facili... Read more

    Caring75765650
  • Review of Vi at La Jolla Village

    Vi was excellent. I was in a private room there for almost 3 months. A lot of people were in double rooms. The staff was very good. I was cared for by nurses after surgery. I think one of the probl... Read more

    Caring75781550
  • Review of Vi at La Jolla Village

    I've chosen a place. It's Vi at La Jolla Village. They seem very nice and very welcoming. The food is very good. The amenities are very nice. There are different sizes of rooms. I have the 850-squa... Read more

    Ruth45
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