Integral Senior Living
has 66 featured Senior Living communities. Please browse the listings below to find the right location for you.
Founded in 2000, Integral Senior Living is a leader in providing quality residential care options for seniors. We are dedicated to providing senior care that is empowering, and our community environments are engineered to encourage personal growth and achievement for all of our residents. Our wide range of services extend well beyond senior living accommodations and are designed to make long-term care as secure and hassle-free as possible.
Integral Senior Living Communities
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<p>We visited Murrieta Gardens assisted living and memory care. It was clean, and the people there seemed to be very active. It was an older community. The rooms were very small, like a hotel room. They had a bedroom with a place to put a TV and a little space for a microwave. That was about it. They expected you to go out and had a living room somewhere else. I did not like the set up at all. However, it was clean and nice and looked like they were good to the people. As we walked by, everybody waved and said, “Hi!”</p>
<p>The experience at Town Village Sterling Heights was very good. The leasing director was very nice. They had a large variety of apartments, a pool, a chapel, a beauty shop, a gym, and the LifeAlert bracelet. There was a lot going on.</p>
<p>I had an appointment at Wellbrook and got there on time but probably waited 45 minutes while they talked to another visitor or family, which I thought was not very well planned if we had an appointment. Then, the woman I had made the appointment with was not available. It wasn’t the person I was scheduled to see who does the regular tour; instead, it was an assistant who showed me the facility. It was clean and new but very much a senior home with a convalescent feel to it, meaning senior living where the seniors are treated like they’re old. This place was definitely institutional. The rooms were nice but almost sterile. We talked about organized activities like bingo and things like that, which wouldn’t appeal to my mother. The grounds and facility were very nice and very well kept. The location for me was not convenient. I didn’t meet many of their staff, just the assistant who gave me the tour, who was very pleasant, but English was not her first language. If they can promote a more congenial atmosphere, I would recommend it to someone with health issues who would need more care.</p>
<p>The Varenna at Fountain Grove was a beautiful place with OK rooms. I did not like how some of them were situated. The view and all of the amenities that they had were excellent. It was a little costly but not outrageous. They did not have the care that I needed. I was looking for long-term care, but they were pretty good and had lots of activities. Their dining area seemed pretty nice, and I had eaten there once, too. Varenna was sort of over the top with the latest and the best of everything. It was very dramatic, like a villa, on a hill way above most other places.</p>
I have had my parents here since it first opened. I cannot say enough about this place. The care is excellent, the food is fantastic, and the numerous activities and outings that they offer are way above other facilities. If you want a place that will take excellent care of your loved one, you won't need to look any further than Shavano Sr. Living.
Cypress Place has three levels of care. The food is good, and people seemed to be very happy. They’re open and frank. However, they totally separate a person with dementia from their spouse, and the price goes up.
We visited and loved The Groves of Tustin. I totally wanted my mom to move there, but it was really expensive if you needed a lot of care, and she needed a lot of care. It was close to $10,000 per month. Otherwise, I was very impressed and would have loved to have moved her there. They could improve on the price because they charge for every little thing.
I loved Cottonwood Place Senior Living because it was new. The large size of the rooms impressed me the most. The bathrooms were large, which is good for my mom because she can go in and out with her walker. The staff was very nice, too. Everything was really clean because it was brand new.
The Point at Rockridge is a community just outside of Oakland's trendy and busy Rockridge neighborhood with lots of shopping and dining choices. They have 147 apartments, 29 of which are devoted to memory care. They offer all-day dining, as well as a 24/7 bistro with snacks. They also offer diabetic and gluten-free choices to their residents. Their community is consisted of about 50% Jewish faith based residents, and they offer Jewish and two Christian based on-site services each week, as well as shuttles to other houses of worship. They have an on-site salon that also offers massages, as well as 4 hydro tubs for residents' needs. They also have a movie theatre, are very pet friendly, and offer, if needed, room furnishings. They also have a nice courtyard with barbeques and have lots of social events there. While this community is dated--it was originally built as a dormitory for a local college and is not updated on the outside, the inside and the employees are warm and friendly.
This community is the "rock star" of all of the places I've visited. It is the only place in the county that has apartments that are this large. Residents need to bring their own furnishings and decorate them as they wish as to bring a sense of "home" here. This is the only community I have seen that has a heated pool and hot tub for its residents to enjoy. They have multiple choices of apartments, but, unfortunately, I was only able to see the small one bedroom unit as they are at 100 percent occupancy, with a 6 month wait list. They also have a great fitness center, beauty salon, on-call massages, as well as a host of other amenities, excursions, and a host of dining choices. They have so many amenities and fun events that I can't even list here! This place makes me wish I was 65!
I really like the lighting of Felicita Vida Senior Living. There’s a good amount of natural light, but most of the light in this facility comes from artificial lights. Despite the lighting, the building still manages to feel very bright.
This facility is very close to Vons grocery, Trader Joes, and shopping centers. Furthermore, there are many restaurants nearby. However, I would not suggest walking to these facilities due to having to cross a major roadway. The style is unique, and the outside building reminds me of a Spanish Vila. Inside, there are private and semi private rooms. The semi private rooms are small, but the price is in the two thousands, which is very affordable. The apartments are nice, well designed, and offers more space so that residents can move about safely.
There is also therapeutic memory and physical care available.There is nothing unique about the services at this facility, but the staff members are nice, the residents are friendly, and location is peaceful.
Lantern Crest Senior Living has its pros and its cons. The pros of this facility are that it is very modern and updated with plenty of great features and amenities. Lantern Crest Senior Living has plenty of regularly hosted activities and a good amount of amenities. While Lantern Crest Senior Living is a good facility overall, it falls short in the area of management. Though the staff is competent, they seem overworked.
Beautifully landscaped Villa Bonita is located within minutes of Chula Vista Golf Course and Rohr Park. This facility has seating areas in and around the property so that residents can enjoy the serene atmosphere.
The meals are nutritious and balanced, and they are served in an on site dining facility. residents get to enjoy restaurant style service and receive assistance with eating from staff when necessary. I liked the floor plan and the rooms, and the spacious areas ensure safety when residents are moving about, as well as handrails throughout.
Activities include live entertainment, crafts, parties, guest speakers, and much more. Seniors needing memory care have the opportunity to receive care and socialize with their independent and assisted living peers without having to live in a nursing home. This facility is multi-faceted and great for all levels who senior care.
Vista Village has plenty of nice outdoor spaces for residents. There’s a greenhouse and places for residents to garden. The property on the inside is pretty clean and looks very up-to-date. The exterior of the building doesn’t look very modern, but the inside is actually much better than the outside. Besides the nice garden spaces there are also good seating areas for residents. As far the food, the food here is average. There’s nothing very spectacular about it.
Nice facility within walking distance of IHOP and a few other shops. The Arbors is moderately sized, the staffed seemed to be engaged with the residents.
The residents were laughing and talking with one another, and a few of the residents have pets. The staff and residents appear to know one another well and have established a family relationship. The apartments are quaint and comfortable. However, the apartments are a not very modern, but they are cozy.
There seems to be a lot of communication at this facility. So, for seniors who do not like that type of environment, I would choose another location. The Activity Director is awesome, and there is always something to do. Above average staff, activities, and meals.
Not every facility is designed with memory care needs in mind, and not all healthcare professionals excel in memory care. This is why identifying a facility that specifically specializes in Alzheimer’s or dementia is a must—and that is where Garden Courte excels.
Quality memory care does not come cheap, but you will have the peace of mind that your loved one is receiving quality care. Everything from the daily activities, to the floor plans, and especially the building security are designed with cognitive decline in mind.
Even if you just need a break from caring for your loved one with Alzheimer’s for a couple of weeks, respite care is available.
Clayton Oaks is clean, organized, and inviting for a comfortable feeling like home. Most of the staff seems attentive and knowledgeable. This community offers a good variety of activities and food choices, even low sugar and salt choices. Overall this facility is organized, well kept, maintained, and the staff really takes good care of their residents.
Town Village North Dallas is a facility that shows southern hospitality. The staff and residents make the place feel very welcoming. With that being said I was able to taste some of their food. They had many options to choose from, so I had chicken, corn, and a salad. It was delicious and it wasn't too heavily seasoned. They also have a nice patio and nice patio furniture. The rooms were a nice size compared to other facilities I've visited. They have plenty of space and they are nicely decorated.
The Village at Stonebridge is a larger community with a very modern facilty. Two staff members welcomed me into their community the moment I entered. I had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with a few residents who really impressed me with the stories about the caring environment. I had the pleasure of eating some chicken and rice for lunch and it was very good. There was ab activity calendar posted which the residents told me was quite fun because their Activity Director is very upbeat. This community is spacious yet well maintained.
This is a nice, clean, and well furnished facility in North Dallas. The food is very good according to the residents that I have spoken to, and the beauty shop apparently does an excellent job with all of their services. There is independent living and assisted living available with reliable staff that respond to a call light system. The staff are professional, friendly, and helpful and accommodate the resident's needs. There is facility transportation available with reservation to medical appointments, stores, and other community outings.
This facility is nice on the inside and the outside. The place was very clean and well decorated. They have a good cook the food smelled good and tasted amazing. The food was healthy, which is always good. The residents seem to get along very well with each other. The staff made sure I had everything I needed. They seemed to genuinely care for what they do, which made the experience a lot better.
The living facility has a small town feel to it .The staff is kind and very alert in regatds to their resident's care. If safety is important to you and your loved one Rambling Oaks is the place for you, because their security is top notch. As a resident of this community you have a chance to enjoy wonderful live entertainment, beautiful grounds that are professionally maintained, activities, and a variety of food choices. The overall type of care seems to be family oriented in that the redidents are treated like family instead of just a stranger.