At The Pines, A Merrill Gardens Community, retirement has never looked so good because our community is designed from the ground up to include all the features and services that the discerning senior desires.
Review by Shakiri, daughter of former resident of Eskaton Monroe Lodge
Family or friend of a resident
My mother moved into Eskaton a couple of years ago. During that time she enjoyed the company of seniors like herself especially at dinner. At dinner, my normally reclusive mom would shine, and in fact she became known for her infectious laugh. She attended in-house performances, holiday dinners and the chair exercise...
Golden Pond sits on a corner in an established neighborhood with schools, shopping and churches nearby. Their are several areas to congregate, mingle, converse and enjoy the company of other residents, visitors and staff. Activities are plentiful with many options and opportunities to enjoy outings and special...
The administration and staff of this community are both professional and compassionate in their approach to senior living. With their combined experience, knowledge and understanding they not only manage the community well, but are also involved in community efforts to contribute to the needs of the growing senior...
ACC Senior Services (formerly known as The Asian Community Center of Sacramento Valley) is non-profit organization and is the parent organization of ACC Nursing and Rehab Center, ACC Senior Services Programs, Meals on Wheels ACC, and this community, ACC Greenhaven Terrace. ACC Greenhaven Terrace was built as an...
Formerly Emeritus at Greenhaven is an established community located in a great neighborhood among beautiful trees in a park like setting. There is covered parking and plenty of spaces for visitors. Each apartment has a balcony or patio so you can enjoy scenic views of the lush surroundings. You can also enjoy...
The list of communities below includes licensed Retirement Communities in Sacramento, CA. The deficiencies count includes the number of deficiency violations and substantiated complaints as reported by the State of California.
Median # of deficiencies (all CA communities): 4 Median resident capacity: 51.5 Deficiencies included from 2010 - 2014
Information About Retirement Communities in Sacramento
Information About Retirement Communities in Sacramento
Sacramento, the fifth largest city in California and named after the Sacramento River, is the capital of California. Sacramento is in the north/central portion of California and about an hour and a half northeast of San Francisco. The population is just slightly over two million and the Mediterranean climate of Sacramento is enticing to anyone who enjoys warm, sunny weather all year round. With 1000 miles of waterways in addition to two lakes, water sports including boating, sailing and fishing are the most popular activities for the residents of Sacramento.
Throughout Sacramento there are 540 acres of golf courses and about 120 beautifully landscaped city parks including the William Land Park which circles the Sacramento Zoo. In William Land Park alone there is a nine-hole golf course, more than 20 picnic areas, a pond and a rock garden. The city hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year including the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee. There is a vast array of shopping options ranging from quaint little specialty shops in Old Sacramento to a variety of modern shopping malls. Some of the most popular attractions in Sacramento include the California Caverns, the State Capitol Museum, Sutters Fort and a selection of wineries throughout the area. The abundance of attractions make it for residents of Sacramento retirement communities.
Sacramento has a vast array of senior centers located throughout the city. The centers offer a variety of activities for adults 50 and over. Senior centers provide the opportunity to socialize, meet new people or learn a new hobby. Some of the activities available, such as those offered at the Woodland Senior Center, include dancing, meals, support groups, volunteer opportunities, educational classes, outings, shopping trips and more. The majority of the senior centers in Sacramento are operated by the parks and recreation department of the Sacramento, however, there are also adult centers in facilities such as the YMCA that offer a variety of activities such as swimming, aerobics and other various classes. All of the senior centers are also happy to assist with medical and/or financial paperwork as well as provide transportation to and from the center.
Sacramento Medical Facilities
The Sacramento retirement community residents of Sacramento have several excellent medical facilities available including several urgent care facilities and the University of California, Davis Medical Center. The University of California, Davis Medical Center is a teaching hospital as well as a nationally ranked facility. The hospital also has a high performance ranking in 11 different adult specialties including geriatrics, cancer, cardiology, diabetes and pulmonology.
Public transportation is provided by the Sacramento Regional Transit which offers bus and light rail service throughout the city as well as in and out of several nearby communities. For those who prefer to drive themselves can get anywhere they want to go by either taking the 80 or the Highway 50 Corridor. For transportation beyond the city limits, Amtrak and Greyhound both have stations serving Sacramento. Public transportation is a great choice for Sacramento retirement communities.
Sacramento retirement communities offer their seniors warm, sunny weather and a vast array of fun adventures, all within surrounding of beautiful landscaping.
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.