Lancaster Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Lancaster Assisted Living Facilities

Prestige Assisted Living at Lancaster

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I didn’t like Prestige as much. It had a very large dining room area, but some of the other activity rooms were small and looked dark. I didn’t like the staff. The staff member didn’t seem that caring nor attentive...

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Prestige Assisted Living at Lancaster

Review by CaringReviewer139162

Consumer

When you approach Prestige, it has a very warm feeling. It's in an established community area where there are a lot of trees. It's very nice and cool and had a lot of shrubs. The people are very friendly...

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Brookdale Antelope Valley

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Brookdale looked really nice. I talked to the people that lived there, who all seemed pretty happy, and enjoyed living there. The staff is friendly. I saw a one-bedroom and a studio that looked very clean with adequate space and a kitchen area with a stove.

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Brookdale Antelope Valley

Review by Visitor

Consumer

My dad is in Brookdale Antelope Valley. I transfered my dad there last Saturday because it is closer to where I live and the staff seemed very nice. I buzzed one of the people, and they came to his room in less than five minutes. Plus, they have an intercom in his room, so they can talk to him...

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Brookdale Antelope Valley

Review by Karen

Consumer

I was looking for respite care for my husband for 4 days. I told Christine I had a 2-week time frame to arrange this in. She said she would get back to me - she didn't. When I finally called her back she said all she had was a 1-bedroom and that I had to pay the full price of $3550 - $887...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Lancaster

The city of Lancaster is nestled between two mountain ranges in Southern California’s Antelope Valley, north of Los Angeles. It is the eighth largest city in the state, with a population of nearly 150,000 people. Lancaster has experienced steady development throughout its history, thanks to the Southern Pacific Railroad, the California Gold Rush and the construction of a military air force base. Lancaster has won awards in many areas of city planning and development, and is also recognized for its environmental consciousness. The city has been designated by the U.S. Department of Energy as a "Clean City," with a significant improvement in air quality to keep residents of Lancaster assisted living communities healthy and happy.

Lancaster Recreation

Over 500 acres of public parks provide seniors with ample open space to picnic or relax. The largest of these is the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve, which offers fun and educational programs such as bird watching tours and other informative nature talks based out of the Elyze Clifford Interpretative Center. Lancaster Marketplace is the city’s main shopping complex. Lancaster senior living residents may also enjoy a trip to the Antelope Valley Flea Market held twice a year at the city fairgrounds.

Lancaster Activities

Lancaster displays botany at its best with the nearly 2,000 acres of poppies at the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. People come from all around the world to celebrate this vibrant orange flower at the annual California Poppy Festival held in Lancaster City Park. For a unique auditory experience, take a drive down Honda’s Civic Musical Road and listen to the street play refrains from the "William Tell Overture." Lancaster assisted living residents congregate at the Antelope Valley Senior Center to play rousing games of Canasta, Bingo and Scrabble. The Center hosts weekly and monthly dances, exercises classes in their fitness center and pool, and various other educational and health events for seniors.

Lancaster Medical Facilities

Residents of Lancaster senior living facilities are served by Antelope Valley Hospital and Lancaster Community Hospital. The latter offers Mended Hearts, Inc., a network of trained volunteers who support and encourage heart disease patients. Lancaster residents may also visit High Desert Health System, a multi-service ambulatory care center that provides primary and urgent care on site, as well as coordination of comprehensive care for your elderly loved one from a network of doctors who practice a wide range of medical specialties.

Lancaster Transportation

The Antelope Valley Transportation Authority (ATVA) provides wheelchair-accessible bus service all over the area. Residents 65 years or older may use the company’s Dial-A-Ride service or, if eligible, the Access Paratransit program. Lancaster assisted living residents can visit Los Angeles taking AVTA’s commuter bus or a Metrolink train. The city of Lancaster is a progressive and healthy Southern California community, an ideal choice for your loved one. Visit our Lancaster Assisted Living page to find out more about senior housing in this city. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top