With small-town charm, the Harvest at Fowler is a 36-unit assisted living residence with various suite sizes and a beautiful patio, garden and walking paths that is perfect for loved ones to call home.
Kingston Bay Senior Living is a brand-new senior living community that offers supportive services and memory care in an elegant setting that offers a carefree and service-rich lifestyle that is filled with choice.
We chose Oakmont of Fresno. I really like the people because they are very nice and the place is clean. I really don’t have any complaints. My dad is in their memory care, and they do different activities like puzzles, movies, and more. The staff members are very good and fast at responding. Overall, I am very pleased with my choice.
I am really pleased with Brookdale Fresno. I like everything about it. They take us to the store and to the doctors as well. The good thing also about this place is that I can afford it. I am very satisfied living here.
Most of the people at Fairwinds were a little a bit older. I am 68, and they just seemed to be older. It costs $3,000 a month, which is too high for me. The staff seemed to be nice and polite. The rooms were standard, and they had a lot of activities, like field trips. It was well managed.
We decided on Fairwinds. I like the price, amenities, physical therapy, personal training, and the amount of exercise equipment available. It seems to be affordable and includes the extras for no extra charge. The staff seems to be intent on keeping residents active and busy. There is an option to see a doctor who comes to visit once a month. They also have trips.
Fresno is California’s largest inland city, with a population of just over 500,000. Fresno is located almost exactly in the geographic center of the state, in a valley surrounded by beautiful forests and national parks.
The city itself is a pleasant mixture of modern development and historic architecture. The area is reported to enjoy 300 sunny days per year, resulting in a near-perfect climate for seniors enjoying assisted living in Fresno.
Public recreational areas are a city specialty that residents of assisted living in Fresno are sure to enjoy. Roeding Park is home to several scenic fishing lakes and the Chaffee zoo, while the impressive, 300-acre Woodward Park contains a Japanese garden–a perfect environment for a afternoon stroll.
Area retail includes the Fashion Fair Mall, Fig Garden Village, Old Town Clovis, River Park and Sierra Vista Mall–plenty to satisfy even the most avid shopper! Taking advantage of Fresno County’s position as the nation’s leading agricultural center, locals shop for fresh fruits and vegetables grown by students at the Fresno State Farm Market, or sample the local treats sold at Circle K Ranch’s Country Store.
Seniors who choose assisted living in Fresno have no shortage of entertainment and attractions to keep themselves busy. Art lovers can visit the Fresno Art Museum to see both a rotating selection of fine art as well as delight in the museum’s permanent collection of Mexican and Peruvian art.
Sports fans can watch Fresno’s Minor League Baseball team, the Grizzlies, knock balls out of Chukchansi Park. The city of Fresno also offers hot meals and activities for seniors at a variety of locations, and the public library operates their own programs for seniors.
Fresno Medical Facilities
In order to stay happy and healthy, residents of assisted living in Fresno are welcome to visit one of the many fine medical facilities in the city. Popular Saint Agnes Medical Center won its 14th consecutive National Consumer Choice Award in 2009. This innovative hospital is the only five-star rated heart attack treatment center in the region. Fresno Heart and Surgical Hospital also has a five-star rating in several fields.
The Fresno Area Express (FAX) offers fast and efficient service with over 20 fixed route bus lines. Thanks to the FAX Senior 7 program, residents of assisted living in Fresnoage 65 and over are able to ride the buses at no charge. FAX’s charming Downtown Trolley is free for everyone.
The median cost of assisted living in Fresno is $3,400 per month,* slightly lower than the average cost of assisted living in California. Seniors in the Fresno area should budget about $40,800 per year for assisted living care. However, Fresno assisted living communities may charge between $2,350 and $4,223 per month depending on the location and services offered.
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Fresno is a secure and reliable city that will meet the retirement needs of your senior loved one. To learn more about senior living communities in Fresno, please visit our Fresno Assisted Living page.
The median cost of Assisted Living in Fresno for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,750/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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.