8 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Orange County, CA

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Capriana

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
460 S. La Floresta Drive, Brea, CA 92823
"It was very difficult searching for a memory care setting for my mom. She loves gardening, listening to music, and going for walks. We picked Villagio because we realized our mom can continue doing..." More

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Walnut Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
891 S. Walnut Street, Anaheim, CA 92802
"Walnut Village was fantastic. The people I met were really nice and very informative. The place and the layout were beautiful. You couldn't want for anything more. The person who accommodated me..." More

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Regents Point

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
19191 Harvard Avenue, Irvine, CA 92612
"I recently visited Regents Point. I was impressed with the community it has all the levels of care. The independent living was very nice, the staff was very friendly. It's near a shopping center..." More

The Covington

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3 Pursuit, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
"My in-laws went to Covington. It has a full kitchen and a washer and dryer, and it's very nice. They have transportation, a nurse, a pendant that you wear, two different restaurants, and an indoor..." More

Rowntree Gardens

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
12151 Dale Street, Stanton, CA 90680
"Rowntree was very nice and beautiful, but I want something that offers more activities. The food was delicious, and the dining area was beautiful. It sits in the center with a fireplace, and you..." More

Candlewood Manor

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
15781 Candlewood St., Westminster, CA 92683

Fountains at Sea Bluffs

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
25411 Sea Bluffs Dr., Dana Point, CA 92629
"Refund Plans: Fee Simple Purchase#-Refund Based on resale Price: less resale costs; 90% of Refund (Price: 100% of Entrance Fee); 50% of Refund (Price: 66% of Entrance Fee); 0% of Refund (Price: 59%..." More

Town and Country Manor

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
555 East Memory Lane, Santa Ana, CA 92706
"Also offer reduced Entrance Fee and No Entrance Fee with higher Monthly Fees. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on rental/Fee-For-Service basis." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Orange County

  • Review of The Covington

    I loved The Covington. The unit was fabulous and it had a nice view. Everything was nice. I just didn't like the food. The girl that showed us around was very nice. They had very nice activities an... Read more

    Jean
  • Review of Walnut Village

    Walnut Village was fantastic. The people I met were really nice and very informative. The place and the layout were beautiful. You couldn't want for anything more. The person who accommodated me wa... Read more

    Mary
  • Review of Capriana

    I enjoyed my tour of Capriana. The property was beautiful, they were very informative, but it's expensive. My parents are used to being in a 4,000 square foot house on eight acres, so unless I have... Read more

    Shelley

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