Garden Grove Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Garden Grove Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Garden Grove

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I visited Brookdale Garden Grove, and it was very clean and pleasant. The people that worked there were very pleasant. It looked like there would be enough activities to participate in, but I think it's not good for my mother-in-law because she needs more care. The rooms were very clean and set up well...

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Brookdale Garden Grove

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We really like Brookdale Garden Grove. Their rooms were nice and spacious. Everybody was just really nice when we had our visit there. The staff who accommodated me was very nice. The only disappointing thing was that the courtyard was all cement.

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Brookdale Garden Grove

Review by Eileen H.

Consumer

My mother has been at Brookdale for three years now. It's very nice and very clean, and they have a nice patio area. Everything is great, we don't have any complaints. Every time I went there, everything went smoothly. They've been very nice, very attentive, and they offer activities...

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Brookdale Valley View

Review by Betty

Consumer

Brookdale Valley View was clean, well run, and a good place. The food was pretty good, nutritious, well prepared, and you could eat as much as you wanted. The staff was helpful.

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Brookdale Valley View

Review by ZP

Consumer

Brookdale Valley View is very nice, with a very nice restaurant. The rooms are also nice. It's close to where we live, where my friend lives, and it's not expensive...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Garden Grove

Garden Grove, home of the world-famous Crystal Cathedral, is located in northern Orange County. Although not incorporated as a city until 1956, Garden Grove was originally founded in 1874, where it once started as a rural crossroads. Early crops of walnuts, chili peppers, oranges and strawberries aided in the city’s progress, and now there are over 172,000 people living in Garden Grove. Like the rest of the Southern California, Garden Grove enjoys year-round pleasant weather, with an average of 263 days of sunshine annually. Seniors who choose assisted living in Garden Grove get the best of both worlds: small-town charm and big city amenities.

Garden Grove Recreation

More than a dozen well-maintained parks are available in Garden Grove for picnics or strolls. Most cultural events and festivals are held at the Village Green Park, which houses the Gem Theater and the Festival Amphitheater. A number of shopping centers are scattered about the city, allowing residents of assisted living in Garden Grove to enjoy mall walking, window shopping and treats from the food court.

Garden Grove Activities

Garden Grove's diversity is celebrated during several annual cultural events. The annual Strawberry Festival is held on Memorial Day weekend and features a parade, celebrity autograph breakfast, four-day carnival and arts and crafts fair. Vietnamese students celebrate the arrival of spring with their lively Tet Festival, while the Arab American Festival proudly showcases Middle Eastern food, entertainment and merchandise. For a break out of the ordinary, residents of assisted living in Garden Grove can tour the Stanley Ranch Museum, a historical village where some of the city’s oldest homes and buildings have been relocated, including the Walt Disney Studio Garage. Enjoy the day with friends at the H. Louis Lake Senior Center, which offers a variety of activities and services, such as exercise classes, line dancing, arts and crafts, card games, and the use of pool tables and shuffleboards. A weekly walking club and field trips promote a healthy outlook physically, mentally and socially.

Garden Grove Medical Facilities

Several quality medical centers are within reach of most communities of assisted living in Garden Grove. The city has its own hospital, the Garden Grove Hospital & Medical Center, a 167-bed medical facility which runs the "Circle of Friends" program. Exclusively for seniors, the program is geared towards helping the elderly deal with everyday challenges and lead fuller and more active lives. Quality health and medical care can also be found in other nearby hospitals. Kindred Hospital Westminster offers comprehensive and high-quality geriatric services. A mere five miles away are the Huntington Beach Hospital and West Anaheim Medical Center.

Garden Grove Transportation

The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is the main service provider for travel within the city of Garden Grove and other parts of Orange County via bus. For travel out of the county and into other parts of California, Amtrak stations can be found in nearby Anaheim, Santa Ana and Fullerton. Assisted living in Garden Grove can provide a healthy, vibrant setting for seniors to lead active lives. View a list of communities in this area on our Garden Grove assisted living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top