7 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Los Angeles, CA

1 Continuing Care Retirement Community in Los Angeles, CA

Solheim Lutheran Home

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2236 Merton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90041
"If you are willing to spend 100% of your time with your loved one, then this place is okay. It's clean, and patients aren't physically abused. However, there is no contact with the outside world;..." More

6 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Los Angeles, CA

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Windsor

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1230 East Windsor Road, Glendale, CA 91205
"Looking for a place to retire. Marketing lady charming and warm. She has excellent taste in the flowers for the walkway gardens. Community largest dwellingis i bedroom and i bath - small. No..." More

Atherton

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
214 South Atlantic Blvd., Alhambra, CA 91801
"Daytime staff member assigned is caring, intelligent, and responsive to my grandmother's needs. She engages her and is familiar with her personal history and family relations. She's made an effort..." More

Marguerite Gardens

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
700 North Stoneman Avenue, Alhambra, CA 91801

Villa Gardens

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
842 East Villa Street, Pasadena, CA 91101
"Villa Gardens is a very modern facility. It is close to my house. Everything is 100% perfect for my father. It's like being in a hotel. The staff are very good. They go beyond what they should do...." More

MonteCedro

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
153 East Holly Street, Pasadena, CA 91103
"If you love everything about the Pasadena area"”if you've wanted to create your retirement lifestyle here, near the restaurants of Old Town, The Huntington Library, Eaton Canyon, The Pasadena..." More

Villa Scalabrini

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
10631 Vinedale Street, Sun Valley, CA 91352
"I was not impressed with Villa Scalabrini. I thought it was depressing. It was very dark. And was very old and run down. I just think they are not taking care of the facility. I would say its..." More

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