10 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Santa Clara County, CA

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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

The Forum at Rancho San Antonio

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
23500 Cristo Rey Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014
"The Forum is a beautiful place, we have a friend who lives there, but it was not compatible with us. I felt it was not a good environment. They had a nice exercise room and a small woodworking shop..." More

Carlton Plaza of San Jose

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
380 Branham Lane, San Jose, CA 95136
"My mother moved into assisted living 3 years ago with beginning Alzheimer's. When she got further along, we moved her into "Our House" their memory care unit. We really made the right decision. ..." 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

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

Terraces of Los Gatos

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
800 Blossom Hill Road, Los Gatos, CA 95032
"I had friends over in the Terraces. My friend took me around there and showed me. The place is very clean and very modern. They had two dining rooms with linen table cloths. My friend who was..." More

Webster House

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
401 Webster Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301
"We liked Webster House because the apartment was larger and lighter, and the building was located on a pretty well-travelled street in Palo Alto, which would make walking outside more appealing...." More

Saratoga Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
14500 Fruitvale Avenue, Saratoga, CA 95070
"Saratoga Retirement Community is very nice and I'm sure I'll be very happy here. I moved in last week. The food is fabulous. My room is 1100 square feet with shutters in it, and I have a Murphy bed..." More

The Terraces at Los Altos

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
373 Pine Lane, Los Altos, CA 94022
"It's easy to expand your view of retirement from Santa Clara County's newest senior living option. With the introduction of brand-new residences and modern amenities, The Terraces at Los Altos..." More

Los Gatos Meadows

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
110 Wood Road, Los Gatos, CA 95030
"It’s California living at its best. We’re in the heart of the Silicon Valley near the extensive urban offerings of San Jose and the San Francisco Bay Area. Local parks, hiking trails, museums,..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Santa Clara

  • Review of The Forum at Rancho San Antonio

    The Forum is a beautiful place, we have a friend who lives there, but it was not compatible with us. I felt it was not a good environment. They had a nice exercise room and a small woodworking shop... Read more

    David
  • Review of Saratoga Retirement Community

    Saratoga Retirement Community is very nice and I'm sure I'll be very happy here. I moved in last week. The food is fabulous. My room is 1100 square feet with shutters in it, and I have a Murphy bed... Read more

    Joan
  • Review of Webster House

    We liked Webster House because the apartment was larger and lighter, and the building was located on a pretty well-travelled street in Palo Alto, which would make walking outside more appealing. It... Read more

    Mary

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