Ontario Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Ontario Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Ontario for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,250/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Ontario Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Sunrise at Alta Loma Rancho Cucamonga $4,780/month
Sunrise of Claremont Claremont $4,420/month
Sunrise of Yorba Linda Yorba Linda $4,360/month
Raincross at Riverside Riverside $3,000/month
Claremont Place Senior Living Claremont $3,395/month
Regency Grand at West Covina West Covina $2,935/month
Montclair Royale Montclair $1,500/month
Welbrook Arlington Riverside $2,200/month
Claremont Manor Claremont $3,500/month
Pacifica Senior Living Chino Hills Chino Hills $2,600/month
The Meridian at Anaheim Hills Anaheim Hills $3,150/month
Oakmont of Chino Hills Chino Hills $3,395/month
Capriana Brea $4,195/month
Pacifica Senior Living Hillsborough Chino $2,250/month
Oakmont of San Antonio Heights Upland $4,000/month
Estancia Del Sol Corona $2,900/month
Casa Carmen Glendora $2,100/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Ontario Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale North Euclid

Review by Local Professional


This community is an affordable alternative to the high-end assisted livings in the area. When I visited recently, they were painting and working on improvements. There's no glitz or glam or red carpet here, but it is definitely a solid choice for a good and safe place for individuals who cannot live on their own...

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Brookdale North Euclid

Review by Visitor


Brookdale North Euclid had an odor when I walked through the door. I think they need to change their carpets because it made the place smell old. The place was older and the rooms were small. I was not greeted well. A lot of residents just walked by and did not say anything...

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Brookdale North Euclid

Review by Norma


I went to Brookdale. It's on a very busy street with no parking, and I didn't care for it. It was so pricey but easy to find. I saw a model room, and it was small, and nice. It was just awkward to me.

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Inland Christian Home, Inc

Review by Norma


Inland Christian Home was a really nice facility. I liked the interest the staff had, but they had a waiting list, and I couldn't wait. The staff was warm, friendly, and answered any questions. They have bingo and card games going on, another group was getting ready to leave, and they were on top of everything...

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Map of Ontario Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Ontario

Ontario, CaliforniaOnce the hunting and foraging grounds of semi-nomadic Native Americans, the arrival of other immigrants throughout the century developed the city of Ontario into agricultural land famous for its citrus and olive produce, wineries and dairy farming. Almost 100 years later, Ontario is a booming city known for its warehouses and manufacturing. A mild climate adds to the pleasant atmosphere, with warm summers and cool winters, and an average of 312 days of sunshine. A variety of activities and local events guarantee community health and happiness. Seniors looking for long-term residential care will find assisted living in Ontario an attractive option.

Ontario Recreation

There are a number of fantastic places that seniors enjoying assisted living in Ontario can visit. The streets of the city are filled with historic buildings such as the Old Post Office and the Colonel J.P. Robertson House. The Frankish Building, Graber Olive House and Hofer Ranch are registered landmarks and sites truly worth seeing. Shopping centers abound in the city, the most notable of which is the Ontario Mills Mall. Offering a fun mix of shopping, dining and entertainment, the mall is home to more than 200 stores and 30 movie screens. For a unique shopping experience, the city hosts the annual Coral Farmer's Market, which displays captive grown, cultured corals or reef related products to the public.

Ontario Activities

The Museum of History and Art tells the fascinating story of the city's past and occasionally showcases the work of local artists. In conjunction, the Ontario City Library contains more than 184,000 books including a history room which holds manuscripts, photographs and documents that chronicle the city's colorful history. The Citizen's Business Bank Arena is a state-of-the-art facility that hosts a selection of entertainment such as sporting competitions, concerts and community events. The Ontario Senior Center offers programs, activities and classes to enrich the lives of adults 50 years and older, such as computer classes, yoga sessions and bingo socials, to name a few.

Ontario Assisted LivingOntario Medical Facilities

Kindred Hospital-Ontario is a 91-bed accredited acute care hospital, and the leading authority in the area when it comes to the effective management of ventilator-dependent patients. Their first-class geriatric services involve a team of highly-qualified specialists including physicians and dietitians dedicated to helping residents of assisted living in Ontario lead full lives. About five miles away, the Chino Valley Medical Center has a state-of-the-art cardiovascular lab, and offers other quality healthcare services.

Ontario Transportation

Travel throughout Ontario and its surrounding areas is made possible via the bus service provided by Omnitrans, which equips its vehicles with lifts or ramps for boarding wheelchair or other mobility devices, and grants discounts to seniors. Access in and out of the city is through the local Amtrak station, which also offers discounts to residents of assisted living in Ontario.

Cost of Assisted Living in Ontario

The typical monthly cost of a one-bedroom, private assisted living apartment in Ontario ranges from a low of $1,250 to a high of $5,655, depending on facility size, location and quality. The city's median monthly rate of $3,175* means seniors should expect to pay about $38,000 annually for assisted living in Ontario.

Find Assisted Living in Ontario

Seniors who choose assisted living in Ontario can expect to enjoy a lot of fun-filled and relaxing days. Find more information on local housing options on our Ontario Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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