Pasadena Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Pasadena Assisted Living Facilities

Pasadena Highlands

Review by Local Professional


Its like living in a high-end condo -with all the benefits but no work. There are many choices for care levels which is helpful if situations change. Good size apartments. Lots of activities. They make an effort to always be improving the environment, amenities and services...

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Villa Gardens

Review by Local Professional


A well-known community that prides itself on being "high-end". Apartments are spacious and well-appointed (but could use more lighting). Always making improvements it feels more like a high-end condo community vs. senior care living and that's what residents want...

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Regency Park Astoria

Review by Margaret


Regency Park Astoria's rooms and amenities were fine. There were people sitting around watching TV. They had a pool and a hot tub. The dining area seemed fine. The place was refurbished and clean.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Pasadena

Pasadena is located 11 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles, at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. This dynamic Southern Californian city is famous for hosting the annual Rose Bowl football game and parade, as well as the Emmy Awards, which are held in Pasadena's Civic Auditorium each year. From the bustling urban center of Old Pasadena to the thriving retail center of tree-lined South Lake Avenue, Pasadena assisted living is a surprising combination of sophisticated culture, history and charm.

Pasadena Recreation

The city of Pasadena maintains numerous public parks to provide fresh air and relaxation to its citizens. These natural areas make ideal observation spots for Pasadena senior living residents to view the city's unique wild parrot population. Cultural opportunities abound within the city, as seniors can attend performances by The Pasadena Symphony and POPS, see a show of local artists at the Pasadena Museum of California Art or hear notable astronomers discuss their research at the Carnegie Institution for Science. Shoppers will delight in the city's two major retail complexes, One Colorado and Paseo Colorado. For another enjoyable shopping experience, try browsing the 2,500+ stalls of the Rose Bowl Flea Market, held each month inside Rose Bowl Stadium.

Pasadena Activities

There is no shortage of cultural and arts performances available to Pasadena assisted living residents. The Pasadena Civic auditorium holds many of these events, and the Pasadena Playhouse District is another popular destination. With 16 historical districts, Pasadena is a prime location for museum-going and architectural tours. Don't miss the Pasadena Museum of History, which offers tours of the historic Fenyes Mansion on Pasadena’s “Millionaire Row” and access to the Finnish Folk Art Museum. The Pasadena Senior Center offers numerous social and educational opportunities, including a chance to participate in the annual Senior Games competition. For seniors seeking peace and solitude, the historic Central Branch of the city's library system provides a large, quiet reading room.

Pasadena Medical Facilities

For more than a century, Huntington Memorial Hospital has been the premier medical facility serving Pasadena senior living residents. The hospital runs the Huntington Senior Care Network, a nationally recognized program to assist older adults in managing their health concerns. Other area hospitals include the Alhambra Hospital and Medical Center and Glendale Adventist Hospital.

Pasadena Transportation

The colorful Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System (ARTS) buses carry passengers all over the city. The Gold Line light rail train links together all Pasadena neighborhoods, and even provides transportation as far abroad as Los Angeles. Registered seniors may call upon Dial-A-Ride to schedule door-to-door transport from a Pasadena assisted living community to their destination of choice. You can't do any better than Pasadena for a fun and active location drenched in bright California sunshine. For more information about senior housing in this city, please visit our Pasadena Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top