Long Beach Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Long Beach Assisted Living Facilities

Bixby Knolls Towers

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Nice building with fantastic views. Large floor to ceiling windows in most every apartment. Very little turnover of staff.

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Vista Del Mar Senior Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The people at Vista Del Mar Senior Living were very professional and very helpful. The staff I spoke with was very cooperative, knowledgeable, and told us about all of the services available. It was a very clean place, which was a priority for me. I liked the rooms and the layout of the facility...

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Vista Del Mar Senior Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Vista Del Mar was very nice. I was impressed with it, but the cost was prohibitive for us. The people were very friendly and gave me a lot of information. The amenities seemed nice and clean.

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Vista Del Mar Senior Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

At Vista Del Mar, everything was fine, except my girlfriend says it's too far away. The place looked pretty clean. They were accommodating. They had a library and a nice dining room where the seniors can go and chat while they’re eating and get to know each other.

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Vista Del Mar Senior Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I like everything about Vista Del Mar. It's very nice. I didn't notice anything bad about it, so it must have been clean.

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Vista Del Mar Senior Living

Review by Ken

Consumer

Vista Del Mar is one of the cleaner places we looked at. We like the staff, the location, and the way the facility is managed. They have a lot of activities, but he has not taken part in most of it yet except for the service to take them out shopping. The dining area is nice...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Long Beach

The coastal city of Long Beach, California lies 20 minutes south of Los Angeles. Due to its ideal waterfront location, this city has a longstanding history as an overseas transportation center, and still operates as one of the world's largest shipping ports. Long Beach assisted living residents can expect a moderate year-round climate full of sea breeze and sunshine, but without uncomfortable levels of heat and humidity. Due to its close proximity to Hollywood studios, Long Beach is frequently used as a location for movie and television productions, so the city's nearly 500,000 citizens never know when they may wind up as extras in a blockbuster hit.

Long Beach Recreation

The beaches of this city are "long," allowing ample opportunity for soaking in the California sunshine. Whales are spotted during certain seasons, and year-round bird watching is available at Golden Shore Marine Biological Reserve Park. Another fun outdoor activity for Long Beach senior living residents is a visit to Santa Catalina Island, only an hour away by cruise boat. Shopping and adventure go hand-in-hand at Long Beach's Shoreline Village, which features daily harbor cruises alongside over 30 stores and restaurants.

Long Beach Activities

History buffs will delight in Long Beach's many historical attractions. The Queen Mary and S.S. Lane Victory are both ships turned into museums. For an even deeper look into the city's history, the Historical Society of Long Beach offers a variety of programs detailing the area's past. For friends and fun, Long Beach assisted living residents can choose from six area senior centers which offer fun and engaging activities such as dances, socials, exercise classes, lectures and more.

Long Beach Medical Facilities

Residents of Long Beach senior living communities are fortunate to live near Long Beach Memorial Medical Center. For 100 years, Long Beach Memorial has been providing nationally-recognized care, and has been singled out for having one of the 10 best cardiovascular surgery programs in the country and is among the best places to survive a heart attack.

Long Beach Transportation

In addition to regular bus service, Long Beach Transit runs their cost-free Passport shuttles to all of the city's major attractions. The AquaLink and the AquaBus are unique and inexpensive water taxis. The Los Angeles County Metro system links Long Beach assisted living residents to destinations beyond the city limits. Access Services offers complimentary paratransit vans to supplement Long Beach Transit's Dial-A-Lift program. With so much activity and so many services geared to assist and enhance the lives of the elderly, the city of Long Beach is an ideal retirement spot for your senior loved one. Browse local senior housing options on our Long Beach Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff.
Long Beach Assisted Living info The coastal city of Long Beach, California lies 20 minutes south of Los Angeles. Due to its ideal waterfront location, this city has a longstanding history as an overseas transportation center, and still operates as one of the world's largest shipping ports. Long Beach senior living residents can expect to enjoy a moderate year-round climate with plenty of sea breeze and sunshine, but without uncomfortable levels of heat and humidity. Due to its close proximity to Hollywood studios, Long Beach is frequently used as a location for movie and television shoots, so the city's nearly 500,000 citizens never know when they may wind up as extras in a blockbuster hit! Long Beach Recreation The beaches of this city are "long", allowing ample opportunity for soaking in the California sunshine. Whales are spotted during certain seasons, and year-round bird watching is available at Golden Shore Marine Biological Reserve Park. Another fun outdoor activity for Long Beach assisted living residents is a visit to Santa Catalina Island, only an hour away by cruise boat. Shopping and adventure go hand- in-hand at Long Beach's Shoreline Village, which features daily harbor cruises alongside over 30 stores and restaurants. The Marketplace is another waterfront destination for prime shopping. Long Beach Activities History buffs will delight in Long Beach's many historical attractions. The Queen Mary and S.S. Lane Victory are both ships turned museum, and further inland Long Beach senior living residents will find two restored ranches: Rancho Los Alamitos and Rancho Los Cerritos. Even more exploration is offered by the Historical Society of Long Beach. Nature lovers will not want to miss a visit to the magnificent Aquarium of the Pacific. Stage art performances are given at The Terrace Theater housed within the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, and a show at the famous Laugh Factory is sure to tickle your loved one's funny bone. For friends and fun, Long Beach assisted living residents can choose from six area senior centers. Long Beach Medical Facilities Some of the premier healthcare facilities available to Long Beach assisted living residents are St. Mary Medical Center, Pacific Hospital of Long Beach, and Long Beach Memorial Medical Center. St. Mary's offer's many valuable community health programs, including a full array of ongoing senior classes. Long Beach Transportation In addition to regular bus service, Long Beach Transit runs their cost-free Passport shuttles to all of the city's major attractions. The AquaLink and the AquaBus are unique and inexpensive water taxis. The Los Angeles County Metro system links Long Beach senior living residents to destinations beyond the city limits. Access Services offers complimentary paratransit vans to supplement Long Beach Transit's Dial- A-Lift program. With so much activity and so many services geared to assist and enhance the lives of the elderly, the city of Long Beach is an ideal retirement spot for your senior loved one. To learn more about this coastal area, please visit our Long Beach Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Josh Talbot. Sources: City of Long Beach Official Site: http://www.longbeach.gov/ Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Beach,_California City-Data: http://www.city-data.com/city/Long-Beach-California.html Long Beach visitor's guides: http://www.longbeachcalifornia.com/ http://www.longbeachagent.com/101things/
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