Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Santa Clara County, California
Continuing Care Retirement Communities in
Santa Clara County
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Prices for Continuing Care Communities in Santa Clara County start at $3,814.00.
"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..." More
"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
"I really like The Terraces as well, but they have a very small memory care unit, and they were already filled up. They have a brand new memory care unit, and it is a very nice facility. We'll try..." More
"Here in Saratoga Retirement, they don't have the higher level of assisted living. The memory unit is smaller than the other places. They don't have as many rooms, but the rooms are actually a..." More
"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
"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
"Channing House is a not-profit corporation located close to downtown Palo Alto. It provides a first-rate living environment for its residents, evidenced in many facets of the building: the soaring..." More
"I stayed at The Webster House for three months. This place is really expensive. People have paid as much as one million dollars for a little two bedroom, besides that they have to pay between three..." More
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