Escondido Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Escondido Assisted Living Facilities

Cypress Court

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This community has a larger number of males then females. Which is very unusual. It reminds me of a mens club. Personally I think the ladies are very lucky to not be the majority. Although this property is small and parking is a challenge, the staff, transportation and activities make up for it...

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Cypress Court

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This is a beautiful facility located near Vons, a shopping center, popular restaurants, and local parks. The facility is landscaped with a fountain and colorful flowers...

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Rancho Verona, Inc.

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Rancho Verona is in a fairly quiet community a few miles from emergency medical facilities. This outside of this facility is clean and well maintained. There is a seating area outside, and during my visit, I was greeted by one of the seniors sitting outside...

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Las Villas Del Norte

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Las Villas Del Norte is in a prime location with plenty to offer. There’s a lot to love about Las Villas Del Norte and one of the biggest pros of this facility is its central location. This facility is located less than a mile away from shopping centers and eateries...

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Westmont Town Court

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Westmont Town Court is a really modern facility. There’s much to love about this facility. The building as a whole is very modern with skylights and glass ceilings in some areas. There’s also plenty of natural light streaming in through the many windows of the facility...

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Westmont Town Court

Review by Angela

Consumer

My husband and I really liked Westmont. It was a little fancier, had a few more things to offer, and was more expensive. They had a pool and an exercise room. The staff was definitely very good and well matched for the job because they were friendly, outgoing, and didn't talk down to you.

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Map of Escondido Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Escondido

One of the oldest cities in San Diego County, the City of Escondido was originally a rich, fruit-growing community. Modern Escondido is a flourishing city built on agriculture, retail, tourism, light industry and high technology. Just 24 miles from San Diego, Escondido has warm summers and mild winters. It is a great city with a variety of long-term residential options for assisted living in Escondido.

Escondido Recreation

Assisted living in Escondido is a perfect option for the avid fisherman. Dixon Lake is a hidden gem for bass fishing. Lake Wohlford or nearby Lake Hodges offer excellent angling for rainbow trout, catfish, large mouth bass, Bluegill and Black Crappie.

With 13 city parks, there are many opportunities for seniors to spend time in the beautiful California outdoors. There’s always something happening at Grape Day Park, the center of community events and activities. Seniors may try their hand at the horseshoe pits, stroll about the rose garden, picnic with family and friends, and enjoy community events such as “Saturdays at the Park” and the popular weekly Farmers' Market.

Escondido Activities

The California Center for the Arts, Escondido is the center of culture and arts for northern San Diego. With two theaters, a visual arts museum and an educational complex, the Center offers performances, free community events, museum exhibits and educational programs to entertain and delight throughout the year. The Escondido Joslyn Senior Center offers support services, educational and recreational programs, and health and social activities. Saturday night dances, Sunday bingo and a book club are only a few things that residents of assisted living in Escondido can enjoy.

The newly opened Mingei International Museum proudly showcases the folk art, crafts and designs from over 100 cultures from all parts of the globe. The Escondido History Center, located in Grape Day Park, features the city’s history with a Victorian house, blacksmith shop, the first library and the city’s original Santa Fe Depot. For a more comprehensive look into Escondido history, the Escondido Public Library’s Pioneer Room has photographs, maps, directories and yearbooks available for public access.

Escondido Medical Facilities

Seniors who choose assisted living in Escondido are assured of high-quality care at the Palomar Medical Center, the only designated trauma center in northern San Diego County. The hospital uses state-of-the-art equipment in its Escondido Surgery Center, and specializes in cardiovascular care and orthopedics among other specialties. The Pomerado Hospital, an affiliate of Palomar Hospital, is located in nearby Poway and provides residents with an alternate hospital should the need for emergency care arise.

Escondido Transportation

Traveling in and around the city is convenient and easy for residents of assisted living in Escondido using the North County Transit District BREEZE bus system. The buses also connect to San Diego’s Metropolitan Transit System and Riverside Transit Agency for travel outside Escondido.

Cost of Assisted Living in Escondido

The cost of assisted living in the San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos metropolitan area ranges from $900 to $6,100 per month with a median monthly rate of $3,075. Seniors who choose assisted living in Escondido should budget approximately $36,900 a year for care.*

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Assisted living in Escondido can surely furnish the relaxed lifestyle that your loved one deserves. For more information, please go to our Escondido Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
*Genworth Financial 2012 Cost of Care Survey.
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