Coronado Retirement Village is a combined independent living and memory care, so they have a separate area for patients with Alzheimer's. My dad is in the section where he has his own room. He's very independent. They come in once a week to clean his little room and change his sheets and towels. For an additional fee, you can have them do your laundry. They have a very nice cafeteria with three meals a day. They also have an alternative menu they can order from. They can play games and bridge, go to a gym and a library, and go out on outings. It's a very clean place. The staff is very caring, and his doctor couldn't be more caring and more compassionate. They know the residents' names. They try to remember the things they like and don't like. He's very happy there. The food is very good. They have a variety, and it's very healthy. It's a little older than some of the other places, but it's very clean and they keep the area looking nice and presentable. They take great care of the residents' rooms. It's a little pricey, but it is such a great facility. It's conveniently right across the street from the Coronado Hospital and the building where many of the doctors are located. It's also across the street from Tidelands Park, which overlooks the bay and the bridge, so they have a beautiful view of the bay.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Linda. Coronado Retirement Village welcomes all its residents and staff as a family. We’d love to continue providing great service to your father and appreciate your trust in us.