Fullerton Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Fullerton Assisted Living Facilities

Sunrise of Fullerton

Review by Pat


Mom and I liked Sunrise of Fullerton so much that we chose it right away. We like the people there and the available room was spectacular. It has a very large sitting room and Mom's furniture fits in there. The dining room is restaurant style and the food is good...

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Sunrise of Fullerton

Review by Renee


Sunrise of Fullerton was wonderful for its cost, and I wish I could have moved Dad in there. It was clean, nice, and new, and the residents looked happy. The grounds were beautiful and lovely, and the eating area was really nice and smelled good. They made everything in-house...

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Cambridge Court

Review by dawn853612


Cambridge Court is a little older community, but the staff seems very caring. The place is very clean. My mom felt very comfortable there. We didn't physically see the activities, but I know that they have shuttle service to go when they have various activities throughout the week...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Fullerton

With a mix of both the traditional and the modern, the City of Fullerton is a great place to enjoy life. With pleasant weather year-round, many cultural and historic attractions, great shopping, entertainment and an unbeatable quality of life, there is much for residents of assisted living in Fullerton to explore.

Fullerton Recreation

Avid gardeners will enjoy the beautiful gardens of the 26-acre Fullerton Arboretum as well as the arboretum’s events and activities such as the Bonsai Show, Midsummer Night Garden Gala, classes and plant sales. Best of all, community garden plots are available at a reasonable annual fee. However, if growing veggies is not an option, visiting the weekly Fullerton Certified Farmers Market at Independence Park is a must. Offering the freshest fruit, vegetables, eggs, honey, fish, flowers, plants, nuts and bread, it’s the place to buy the best of the season’s bounty. A city of magnificent historic architecturelike the Heritage House, the John Hetebrink House and the Landmark Plaza building, Fullerton embraces art in all forms.The Public Art program showcases the city’s cultural heritage with frescos and murals in buildings throughout the city. The Muckenthaler Cultural Center promotes the human spirit through the arts, and offers many opportunities for residents of assisted living in Fullerton. The Center features art galleries, performance art, special events including the free summer music festival, and multi-media classes for older adults.

Fullerton Activities

Staying active is so easy for residents of assisted living. The Fullerton Senior Multi-Service Center offers all types of recreational and social activities from aerobics to yoga, bingo to the Tuesday Evening Dance, computer classes to oil painting, and field trips. Seniors will also enjoy activities at one of the more than 50 city parks. There’s fishing at Laguna Lake Park or watching scientists excavate fossils at the Ralph B. Clark Regional Park where bones of saber-toothed tigers and mammoths have been found. The city’s colorful and progressive theater scene offers new and classic productions at the Maverick Theater, Stages Theater and the Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Serious theater buffs will always find a production ready to delight.

Fullerton Medical Facilities

Located within the city and offering a wide range of services, St. Jude Medical Center provides comprehensive medical care should an emergency arise. The Center’s Emergency Department is available 24/7 and can handle any emergency medical condition with its state-of-the art equipment. Known for its successful Chest Pain program, St. Jude uses the latest non-invasive procedures to quickly diagnose a heart attack patient. In addition, communities of assisted living in Fullerton are fortunate that St. Jude offers special Senior Services programs that specifically address medical and lifestyle issues facing seniors today.

Fullerton Transportation

Seniors can continue to enjoy their independence by using the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) to go to and from communities of assisted living in Fullerton. With special senior fares, the bus is an affordable option. Those with special needs may qualify for the OTCA Access Service that provides transportation for seniors who are unable to ride the regular bus. Fullerton offers seniors a California lifestyle with all the amenities of a growing community. To learn more about assisted living options in the area, see our Fullerton Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top