Pacifica Senior Living
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With communities all across the United States, Pacifica Senior Living specializes in providing detailed and compassionate senior care. We know that every individual ages differently, and our teams are prepared to handle a variety of needs, however they may change with time. Our commitment to excellence is displayed in everything we do, every day.
Pacifica Senior Living Communities
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Pacifica Senior Living is in a good, easy to get to location, and clean. The staff is friendly and very professional with a positive attitude. The rooms are of average size. The dining area is very nice and clean.
I visited quite a few but I ended up going with Pacifica Spring Valley. For my godfather, the room was set up for two but there is one in the room. The room is fine. It has two beds and some furniture. I guess I can say it is just what you expect from a memory care facility. They seem to be doing OK with everything over there. They have a little patio area but no exercise room. They do the Wii, have activities, have groups that come in for karaoke and singing, and games.
I went through The Meridian at Anaheim Hills. The rooms were very nice, very well kept, and very well thought out. It’s a beautiful facility. The activities looked very nice. The staff was very nice, too. Everyone was saying hello and being very friendly. I give it a 5 because of the amenities, the way it’s set up, the way they take care of people, their dining room, and their memory care program. It’s a beautiful facility, and they really had a lot for the people to do. For what you get, the cost isn’t all that bad. They offer so much more than other facilities.
The Meridian at Anaheim Hills was a big place. They took us up one elevator and brought us on another, and I thought, "Oh my, I have no idea where I am now." So I thought Mom would get lost. The food was good, and the place was fine. I was very vague on the service that they have because it sounded to me that with their assisted living, it's like I would be dealing with two different organizations. They have an activities director so I think they have adequate activities for their residents.
We moved my brother into Pacifica Green Valley (Pacifica Senior Living Green Valley). It had a real family feel. He has traumatic brain injury and says the community is fine. I was looking for something in a specific geographic location that my mother could drive to, and it is the first one we went to because it is closest. We were very lucky that we were very happy with this one and didn’t have to look at any other.
Pacifica was a small community, a touch more expensive, and each set of four apartments were on one temperature control, so we didn't like that. It was very nice, very clean, and more modern. They had less residents, so there was a smaller eating area. There weren't quite as many activities going on but it was more stylish.
Pacifica Senior Living Sun City was my favorite. If I had to put my mother somewhere, that would be the one that I would choose. Their pricing was the number one factor. It was small, and I liked that I could tell that their residents had one-on-one care. Their grounds were a very small area, but that's OK because my mom does not go out. They had a lot of activities and took us in some areas with arts and crafts and bingo going on. I would recommend it to others.
Pacifica Senior Living stood out in my mind. I was really impressed. We had an excellent lunch served by the staff who were very cheerful and caring people. The food was very good. As we spoke, unfortunately, I ran into a problem with a woman who was in charge of the admission. She told me that I would have to stand for one minute unaided, which I could not do. The grounds were well kept and offered a very pleasant atmosphere. The dining area was clean and spacious. They had a shuttle bus that would take you once a week to go shopping. They had a lounge area with TV and internet access. They seemed to have everything well covered.
What made me chose Brookdale is the price and the overall value. The price in combination with the services offered and the people that I met were in various capacities, it’s the total value there. The rooms were much bigger than the other places and had better designs. They will take everyone on outings, and it has its own chapel and library, so residents can go there and research on Sundays. They have multiple dining areas outside of the rooms and for gatherings. They play games and have free transportation to their doctors. The facilities were much more comprehensive than some of the others in the area. For the price, I would have paid much more at the others and gotten far less.
We were not impressed with Pacifica Senior Living Regency. The rooms were smaller, and I didn't have a great impression of that overall. The staff was nice, but the facility definitely was not nice for the price. Even the dining and the activities were definitely not as nice. They had a very small library. The staff was nice, answered questions, and was helpful. The dining area was small, and the food was on a limited menu, from what we could tell.
My impression of Meridian was very good. The staff was very friendly and nice. I would absolutely recommend them. They play cards, have guests, and eat ice cream and popcorn in the afternoon. They had lovely restaurants, gym, and a beauty salon. The food was excellent and had a very nice menu. They have an arts and crafts area and a library. The residents seemed to be very comfortable. Everybody was having lunch, talking, and laughing and then afterward, we walked by the living room area and they were talking in there, too. Everybody else seemed to be doing fine and were very happy there.
We are very disappointed with Brookdale Lynnwood. I moved my father-in-law here from a much nicer Brookdale community. He has a very small room and basically no choices for the meals. The cooking is done in a separate cottage and then brought to them in carts, so sometimes the food is cold when it gets to them. They don't salt the food. They don't have locks on the doors, so there's no privacy. He calls the food "P.O.W. food." I have to give credit to the people because I think they are taking pretty good care of him. He likes the exercise classes.
Pacifica is clean and neat, and the people working there are very loving; even the maintenance person is wonderful. The only thing I don’t like is that they recently had a big change in their help. My father is living there in a clean, nice apartment. The dining area's food is great, and they have lots of little extra celebrations and events. They have music, church services, bingo, and memory games. I think they had a barbecue today. They have lots of activities if people want to do them.
Pacifica Senior Living Spring Valley was one of the places that responded to my query early. I liked their arrangement. They seemed to be very caring people, and as it turned out, they are. They listen to the caregivers and the residents. My husband is still in the early stages, so he can communicate, and they've been very responsive. What impressed me was that it wasn't an overly large community. It's small, so he doesn't get lost. It's small enough where they can pay attention to every resident. They do activities, and I even did an activity with them. They have a woman who comes and does a drumming session to energize the individuals. I felt energized after doing the first one with them. The food is good and varies with diet. They give them two choices with each meal, but the food could be a little warmer when it's served. I haven't had any major complaints with the meals I've had. The common ground area is still a work in progress, but what they've accomplished is very well done. I enjoy the fact that they have a walking track around the building, which we have utilized on good days. They also have indoor enclosed patios, which is a very good idea. The residents can sit out and be outdoors but still be safe. They do keep them safe. There have been no illnesses or anything that I noticed and this is going on his second month. They keep the place clean.
The Meridian at Stone Creek had large facilities and large cottages, so we liked that. We didn't like the fact that they didn't have air conditioning in the rooms. The restaurant seemed nice. We didn't like the area because it's kind of isolated out in the woods, which is actually very nice, but you have to drive quite a distance to get to any store. They had very nice cottages with a few different floor plans. It seemed like they had a good program of activities like sewing and exercises. It is a little costly.
My father stayed at Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace. Initially, it was really good. I liked the location, which was a lot closer to me than where he is now, and the studio apartments. The food was better compared to what he is having now, and there were more options. Calaroga seemed to have the best number of features to offer. It's unfortunate that my dad needed to move to assisted living. I thought that the staff at Calaroga was very nice and helpful. It had gotten poor reviews under a previous ownership and didn't do very well before, but they're now owned by Pacific Senior Living and doing a lot of renovation. I think the staff managing it now are doing a fine job from what I can determine. I think it's fine, not perfect but good.
We will be moving my uncle to Pacifica Senior Living next week. We chose it because they had memory care, the people seemed caring and nice, and the facility was clean and nice. It looked like a good place in a nice location.
I absolutely love Pacifica. They were excellent and felt more like a community with friendly staff. The residents were smiling and looked happy and at home. They were having a party when we went there. They have a once-a-week activity, like wine tasting or a band comes in. If someone wants their nails or hair done, someone comes once or twice a week to do that. They offer respite care for up to a month.
The staff and residents of Pacifica Senior Living Spring Valley were fine. They were doing an Italian theme, so everything was Italian throughout, which was kind of cool. The atmosphere seemed casual. It was clean, and everything was fine, but the place was full.
Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace and its staff was OK. I had an OK one-bedroom studio. The dining room was fine, and the food was good. They had a lot of activities, but I did not participate in them.
I think Pacifica Forest Trace is a beautiful place. People are very warm and friendly. I feel safe because of the caring staff. There is so much to do. I love the shows we have. There is nothing to complain because I am enjoying myself so much.
Review by Sadie, A Resident of Pacifica Forest Trace
I have been living at Pacifica Forest Trace for 3 1/2 years. I am very happy here. I am busy everyday which is good because I like to be with people. I love all of the staff. The staff is very polite and helpful. I chose the right place to move to and my son agrees.
A very refreshing design for a memory care community. Considering that one of the main things that an individual suffering from memory loss wants to do is wander, this community is designed just for that. With secured grounds to wander and staff that is trained for caring for dementia they have the perfect setup. The decor is pretty basic and feels very homelike. The food is great, and I think the activities and outings are some of the best around. Do not pass these guys up if you are searching for memory care. They are equipped to handle all levels without the need to move again and the memory care program itself is fantastic.