Bellflower Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Map of Bellflower Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Bellflower

Bellflower, the Friendly City, is a suburb of Los Angeles with a motto of “Growing Together.” In recent years, the city has initiated a number of beautification and renovation projects to beautify and upgrade the city. And Bellflower is attracting new businesses to the area. This growing region provides many options for assisted living in Bellflower.

Bellflower Recreation

Residents of assisted living in Bellflower are just a short drive from Los Angeles and Anaheim, and many family-friendly attractions. A few of the favorites are Universal Studios, Disneyland, the L.A. County Natural History Museum, and the Wells Fargo History Museum. For fans of professional sports, there’s always something going on: a Dodgers’ or Angels’ baseball game, basketball with the L. A. Lakers or Clippers, a Kings’ hockey game, or a L.A. Galaxy soccer match. It’s great to live so close to the action! The Bellflower Symphony Orchestra is a community orchestra of non-professional musicians. Started in 1965 as a group of amateur musicians, the orchestra has grown in size and stature. Sponsored by the city, the Symphony offers a full season of performances that are free to residents of Bellflower.

Bellflower Activities

Senior programs offered by the Bellflower Parks and Recreations Department keeps residents enjoying assisted living in Bellflower active with Exercise for Seniors, Senior Pilates classes, oil painting and the Shuffleboard Club. Socialize at the Thompson Seniors Club with bingo and cards. Take an excursion to such locales as Roger’s Garden and Fashion Island shopping center in Newport Beach, Harrah’s Rincon Casino in San Diego or the Nixon Library and Birthplace in Yorba Linda. The weekly Farmer’s Market is open every Monday, rain or shine. There’s always the freshest vegetables and fruit, breads, flowers, and more to buy for the week. And lots of vendors with such delicious treats as tamales, roast chicken, beef ribs, roasted peanuts and more to try each week. The Farmer’s Market is a great place for shopping and lunch. Let’s not forget Bellflower’s annual community events! There’s the annual Liberty Day Parade, held every October, the Summer Streetfest concert series, the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast, and Halloween carnivals.

Bellflower Medical Facilities

Individuals of assisted living in Bellflower senior communities have access to the Bellflower Medical Center, which is conveniently located nearby for whenever there’s an emergency. The Medical Center provides comprehensive healthcare services with over 250 physicians in over 15 specialty areas. The recently renovated Emergency Department is open 24/7 and staffed with physicians and nurses certified in advanced cardiac life support. Specialists in all fields of medicine, laboratory, imaging and cardiopulmonary services can be called on whenever needed.

Bellflower Transportation

The Bellflower Bus is the best way to get around the city with stops conveniently located throughout the city. The Dial-A-Ride program helps disabled seniors with transportation in the city and outside the city for medical appointments for a nominal fee. For travel into Los Angeles, there’s the Metro light rail, and to Long Beach on the Long Beach Transit buses. To find senior housing options in the region, visit our Bellflower assisted living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top