Songbird Home in the Country
Offers Assisted Living
Services and Amenities of Songbird Home in the Country
Room and housing options
- Companion Suites: We Offer Companion Suites
- Studio Apartments
- Resident Capacity: 6
- Minimum Age: 60
- Pets: No Pets Allowed
- State Licenses: 275294359
About Songbird Home in the Country
Songbird Care Homes is a California State-licensed* Board & Care Facility for ages 65+. We have two homes located in Salinas, CA and North Monterey County, offering personalized care in comfortable surroundings. Our Care Team combines over 40 years of experience in eldercare, and understands the special challenges faced by seniors and their families. We are compassionate, respectful, engaged, patient, fun-loving, and sensitive.
Each of our homes comfortably houses six residents, with private or semi-private rooms, as available. Rooms provide wheelchair access to outside decks, gazebo areas, large backyards, and spacious common areas. Common areas feature fireplaces, aquariums, stereo systems, U Verse TV, and plenty of room for hobbies and visiting.
Please explore our website and contact us for more details on our homes and service options. We would love to show you around our homes!
OUR VISION — “A new day, a new song.”
At Songbird Care Home, we understand the importance of individuality. Our resident’s routines are designed to sustain a sense of life continuity and personal independence. Daily activities are profe/h4sionally planned and implemented by our State Certified Activities Director. Whether in recreation, socialization, physical/mental stimulation or spiritual development, our purpose is to provide activities that are meaningful and fulfilling to your loved one. We respect the choices each resident makes in spending their personal time and strive to provide a comfortable and appropriate atmosphere to do so.
We, at Songbird Care Home, believe in the purpose and value of each and every day. Our goal is simple. At the close of the day, may residents, and staff alike, share in this common thought, “THAT was a good day!”