5 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Cupertino, CA

2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Cupertino, CA

The Forum at Rancho San Antonio

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
23500 Cristo Rey Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014
"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

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

3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Cupertino, CA

Terraces of Los Gatos

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
800 Blossom Hill Road, Los Gatos, CA 95032
"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

Saratoga Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
14500 Fruitvale Avenue, Saratoga, CA 95070
"We went to see Saratoga Retirement Community, and we thought it was delightful. I was very much impressed with it. We would absolutely consider it when the time comes. It's beautifully run. The..." More

The Terraces at Los Altos

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
373 Pine Lane, Los Altos, CA 94022
"The Terraces at Los Altos was very nice, but twice as expensive as where my father-in-law is. He was in the rehab part of it, and our experience was very good. They seemed to be very attentive and..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Cupertino

  • 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 The Forum at Rancho San Antonio

    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 th... Read more

    Caring94578750
  • Review of Sunny View

    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 ea... Read more

    suebobbren

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