Mission Viejo Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Mission Viejo Assisted Living Facilities

Sunrise of Mission Viejo

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The rooms at Sunrise were nice. The lighting was a little muted and dark, but the staff was nice. I liked that they accepted pets because my parents had dogs. However, at that time, they did not have memory care rooms available.

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Sunrise of Mission Viejo

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Sunrise of Mission Viejo was a lovely place and a small community. The people were very happy. The rooms were small, and for me and my husband to live in them, it would have been very tight. I don’t think it would have been something that we would have chosen, but it was lovely...

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Sunrise of Mission Viejo

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We liked Sunrise's facility and the rooms that were available. The tour was good. We were able to see the facility and found out where it was and what it was like. The only thing that was left was the question of how the charges were going to be generated outside the normal fee.

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Sunrise of Mission Viejo

Review by Sally V.

Consumer

Sunrise was really great. The staff was so excellent, wonderful, and went over everything with me. The place was really nice and clean, and everyone seemed happy. I saw that the director and assistant director were really loving and caring. I saw some rooms and people in their rooms who said hello...

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Sunrise of Mission Viejo

Review by Stephanie

Consumer

Sunrise of Mission Viejo was beautiful. It was clean, the staff was friendly, and they had a gorgeous view; it was all very nice. It looks like they have everything. They have laundry service, coffee and tea, and the games...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Mission Viejo

Your loved one will enjoy peace of mind while residing in Mission Viejo, a city nationally recognized for its high standards of public safety. Mission Viejo is consistently ranked as not only the safest place to live in California, but also one of the most crime-free areas in the entire United States. This city in the foothills got a slow start on development due to her geological complexity, but Mission Viejo is now known as the nation's second largest planned community, complete with businesses, a community college and a hospital. Mission Viejo assisted living residents will feel comfortable with both a sunny climate and a heightened sense of security.

Mission Viejo Recreation

The city of Mission Viejo is home to over 50 community parks, so your loved one will never be too far from a natural respite. Another way for elderly residents to experience the outdoors is by planning a visit to one of man-made Lake Mission Viejo's two beaches. Much of the city's action takes play along the shores of Lake Mission Viejo, which is the site of many concerts, festivals and events. Kaleidoscope Courtyard is an open courtyard, three-story entertainment and shopping complex conveniently available to Mission Viejo senior living residents. Just across the street you'll find another major mall, The Shops at Mission Viejo.

Mission Viejo Activities

Mature couple eating breakfast.Despite the misleading name, Mission Viejo was never the site of an actual mission. However, a historical display of the city can be viewed at the Melinda Heritage House. For a bit of culture, Mission Viejo assisted living residents can enjoy an evening at the Saddleback Civic Light Opera. The Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center is unique in the way the staff encourage intergenerational connections by inviting people of all ages to share in certain activities. But there are still plenty of opportunities offered exclusively to senior members, such as classes, social events and special services.

Mission Viejo Medical Facilities

The Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center is the city's premier hospital. This facility has been honored for excellence in quality cancer care by the Commission on Cancer. They also offer many low-cost classes that may benefit Mission Viejo senior living residents, such as tips for living with diabetes. Also nearby is the Saddleback Memorial Medical Center, located only four miles away in Laguna Hills.

Mission Viejo Transportation

Mission Viejo's public transportation system is serviced by the Orange County Public Transportation Authority (OCTA), which offers discounted senior passes and an outreach program to help new riders learn to navigate the city. OCTA's ACCESS service provides direct transportation for seniors and the disabled who are unable to use the regular fixed-route buses. Mission Viejo assisted living offers a comfortable retirement environment where you can be assured of your active loved one's safety on the streets. To learn more about local housing options, visit our Mission Viejo Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top