Aegis Living Pleasant Hill

Offers Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Memory Care

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1660 Oak Park Boulevard, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
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November 21, 2015

By Dtflwr

I visited this facility

My mother is very happy here and gets wonderful care and attention. I would recommend it highly. But I wish I had known that in addition to the cost of care going up, the rent increases $200/month, every year. I expected the cost of care to rise, but did not expect such a large rent increase. I haven't heard of rent increasing that much anywhere and don't understand why it needs to.

May 12, 2015

By Judie5

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother-in-law has been here in Aegis for almost three months. We like it very much, and we are very satisfied with it. The staff and the activities are excellent. Each one we have met is very caring, friendly, and thoughtful. The activities are varied, and there were quite a few to choose from like exercise class every day of the week. There was a lot of music programs, artworks, and crafts. She is living in a one-bedroom apartment that has a very comfortable size. It has a little kitchenette with a small refrigerator, microwave, and sink. The cost is high though, and I don't expect that to go down, but I would highly recommend to anyone that is looking for a community to look into it.

February 12, 2015

By VerityFan

I am a friend or relative of resident

My father was a resident in the dementia unit until shortly before his death. There were many positives about his stay, but also some serious negatives. On the plus side, my father enjoyed the friendly, caring staff, the many activities, and the pleasant atmosphere. However, the dementia care left a lot to be desired. My father had a bad bed sore for over a week before the family was informed of the situation and he was offered medical care for it. At that point, he had to be hospitalized, and never returned to Aegis. There was inadequate supervision of dementia patients, and signs of their decline were not well observed, understood, or managed. Also, we had a problem with ongoing theft of his clothing, particularly from the laundry. Although we reported this to the management, no action was taken. In sum, I would recommend Aegis for those who are mentally alert and able to get around the facility without assistance. I would not recommend it for dementia care.

January 29, 2014

By Laura26

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The people were sincere and nice and that is why we picked Aegis of Pleasant Hill for my father. For the most part the facility is clean, but I think they could keep the bathroom of my father a little cleaner. The food is okay and the staff are all very nice.

June 20, 2012

By Denmarc

I am a friend or relative of a resident

They say they will engage your family member in activities, but nobody comes to the room unless they're delivering medication. We even had to call the manager's cell number, because when we used the service button (on a weekend) for some help in the room, nobody came. The manager got on the staff's case about it at the time, but how often does that happen? When we decided the assisted living area was insufficient for my father-in-law, and moved him to the memory unit, the quality of the food noticeably declined. They didn't seem to have enough staff to see my father-in-law to the bathroom during an exercise class. First, the teacher told my father-in-law he may not leave the clase, then he stopped the class to walk him to the toilet. Shouldn't he have called someone else to do that? I think the way to go is a small house set up as an elder foster care home. My mother-in-law calls them board & care. My father-in-law is moving to one of those this week. He should get much more individualized attention with just 4 elders to care for - and better food!

July 27, 2011

By Carol K

I am a friend or relative of resident

Staff are very caring and answer any questions regarding my mother's care. Staff have provided family support during difficult transition period and provided education regarding her condition.
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About Aegis Living Pleasant Hill

As the first Aegis community, we are proud to be the hallmark of elegant senior living. Aegis of Pleasant Hill provides our residents a warm, friendly home in a design of classic English influence. Friends and family gather in well appointed living rooms, share gardening projects in our raised flower beds or enjoy quiet reflection by our courtyard fountain. Where laughter and hugs are always the .faire of the day,' our residents become our extended families. We are privileged to share the memories of their rich pasts and their friendship today.

Our Assisted Living community has 53 private studio and one-bedroom apartments. In Life's Neighborhood, we have 26 private studios designed for seniors living with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia.

Aegis of Pleasant Hill has easy access to the I-680 freeway, the main artery through the East Bay. We are conveniently located near John Muir/Mt. Diablo Medical Centers, Kaiser Hospital, public transportation, popular shopping malls and

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