Burbank Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Burbank Assisted Living Facilities

Evergreen Retirement Residence

Review by Steve


My mom's room in Evergreen Retirement Residence is adequate, but a little bit dated. The activities seem to be pretty good and there's always somebody interacting with the residents with a game. The staff is great, very friendly, and very engaging. The dining hall and game room looked pretty good.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Burbank

Located in the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains 12 miles north of downtown Los Angeles, Burbank is a prominent, entertainment-oriented community which calls itself a city of "people, pride and progress." Known as the "Media Capital of the World," Burbank is the birthplace of the first all-talking movie released in 1927. Today this city is the home of many media companies, such as Columbia Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, and the NBC and PBS television stations. In addition to enjoying a place at the heart of today’s entertainment industry, residents of assisted living in Burbank will also find that this city shares the typical beautiful weather and adventurous spirit that is well-known throughout Southern California.

Burbank Recreation

Year-round temperatures in the 70s and 80s will provide the perfect weather for your senior loved one to relax in one of Burbank’s many public parks. A favorite for seniors enjoying assisted living in Burbank is a visit to the benches and fountains of Wildwood Canyon Park, with an educational side trip to Slough Canyon Nature Center. Downtown Burbank is a paradise for the discerning shopper. The area contains Burbank Town Center, one of the largest malls in Southern California. At Magnolia Park, shoppers might catch a glimpse of the infamous “Desperate Housewives” taping their hit show.

Burbank Activities

Along with its movie and television studios, the city has no shortage of live stage arts. Residents can enjoy the vocalizations of the Burbank Chorale, one of the oldest musical groups in the state of California, or view a performance of the Media City Ballet. The Starlight Bowl is one of the venues where the Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra may perform. The Joslyn Adult Center provides daily socialization and organizes special activities and trips for members age 55+. The center partners with local businesses to offer volunteer opportunities that will keep residents of assisted living in Burbank active in their community. The city sponsors also the annual Burbank Senior Games and award ceremony.

Burbank Medical Facilities

Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center has been treating seniors enjoying assisted living in Burbank since 1943. This hospital is known for its high quality specialty services, and is one of the most respected healthcare facilities in the region. Providence Saint Joseph has won many awards, including honors for their treatment of heart attacks and strokes.

Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center and Kaiser Permanente’s Los Angeles facilities are also located nearby.

Burbank Transportation

Local city bus routes are operated by Burbank Bus. This service will connect communities of assisted living in Burbank to a wide variety of other public transportation options to move them around the city or further abroad: MTA Metro, Metrolink, Glendale Beeline, Santa Clarita Transit and LDOT Transit. Burbank Bus also runs an on-call Senior and Disabled Transit service on a donation-only basis.

Find Assisted Living in Burbank

Burbank is an exciting city with many excellent programs in place to enhance the lives of its senior residents. To learn more, visit our Burbank Assisted Living page.

Written by senior housing staff writer.

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