Newport Beach Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Newport Beach Assisted Living Facilities

Newport Beach Plaza

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I was able to tour Newport Beach Plaza, and the rooms that I saw was a bit rundown and small. The staff seemed nice. They don’t have many activities, and my mom is pretty active. We did not stay that long because we knew it was not a good fit for my mom.

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Newport Beach Plaza

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Newport Beach Plaza is not a huge facility. There were a lot of activities, a group getting ready to go on a whale watch, and people in the dining room. Everybody knew somebody that was there...

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Newport Beach Plaza

Review by Concern employee

Consumer

The staff at wellness,Claudia colindres is very unprofessional,does not care for her employees and she's very disrespectful when need to ask any questions or concerns , also Marcia the only nurse is not caring at all is also does not care for her residents or staff worst people working at the place she doesn't even ...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Newport Beach

Fronting the blue waters of Newport Bay, the City of Newport Beach offers Southern California living at its best, from sailing on bay waters to sunning on beautiful beaches. With warm winters, cool summers and Newport Beach’s unique village neighborhoods, living along the picturesque California coast couldn’t be better. There are many options for assisted living in Newport Beach, one of California’s most affluent beach communities.

Newport Beach Recreation

The Oasis Senior Center encourages residents of assisted living in Newport Beach to stay active and vital with classes such as Zumba Gold and Pilates, or seminars on Big Band Music, computers and health. There is a full schedule of fitness, music, fine arts and enrichment classes, as well as clubs such as the Trail Trekkies and Oasis Book Group. Fashion Island provides unbeatable shopping on the waterfront with Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s and an array of speciality stores. When it’s time for snack or a delicious meal, there are over 30 dining options of casual eateries and full-service restaurants throughout the mall. And, if there is a need, complementary wheelchairs are available. Throughout the year Newport Beach hosts annual community events such as the International Film Festival, the Toshiba Classic, the Balboa Island Parade, a free summer concert series, Shakespeare in the Park, the Taste of Newport, and the popular Christmas Boat Parade and Corona Del Mar Christmas Walk.

Newport Beach Activities

With two theaters in the city, the Newport Theatre Arts Center and the Balboa Performing Arts Theater, seniors enjoying assisted living in Newport Beach may subscribe to full season of contemporary plays and musicals, as well as the best of live dance, music and theater troupes. At the Orange County Museum of Art, Orange County’s premier visual arts center, seniors can enjoy California modern and contemporary multi-media art. The Newport Beach Public Library, known as one of the best libraries in the country, offers a vast collection of materials, downloadable books and a full schedule of educational and enrichment activities such as cooking classes, water conservation and computer workshops.

Newport Beach Medical Facilities

Should emergency medical care be necessary, individuals who are utilizing assisted living in Newport Beach are fortunate to have world-class Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian located in the city. Hoag Memorial has been named Orange County’s top hospital for 13 years and provides a comprehensive mix of health care services, including Centers of Excellence in cardiovascular and orthopedics care. Nearby Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, just eight miles away in Fountain Valley, is an excellent alternative that provides first-class heart, spine and orthopedic care.

Newport Beach Transportation

Residents who live in assisted living in Newport Beach can easily get around the city and to neighboring areas using the local bus services of the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA). The Access Service is available for those unable to use the regular bus system. Special bus passes makes the OCTA an economical transportation option for seniors. Newport Beach assisted living offers seniors the best of Southern California living. For more information on local communities, visit our Newport Beach Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top