Redwood City Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Redwood City Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Redwood City

Review by MV friend

Consumer

We visited friends here and were very impressed. We had an excellent lunch with the ability to choose from an extensive menu and flexible meal times. They even allow the guests to have their pets. This place was far and away better than any we have visited .They have an exercise room and pool with extensive gardens...

Read more Brookdale Redwood City reviews

Brookdale Redwood City

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We have been in Brookdale Redwood City for a week, but so far, we really love it. The food is great. The people are super friendly. The place is very clean and has a lovely courtyard. It is very nice.

Read more Brookdale Redwood City reviews

Brookdale Redwood City

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Woodside Terrace is an OK, older facility, but it seemed very nice. The staff was friendly and accommodating. There was a one-bedroom apartment, and it was very nice.

Read more Brookdale Redwood City reviews


Back to Top

Map of Redwood City Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Redwood City

redwood-cityResidents of Redwood City assisted living communities will find the place as charming as its name. Although located exactly between the bustling cities of San Francisco and San Jose, and despite the many technical and industrial enterprises making the area home, the city hasn't lost its historical appeal--from the first Native American Ohlone settlers to the early redwood lumber trade after which the city would be named. The city is best known for the Port of Redwood City, the only deepwater port on South Bay, which continues to be an important center of commerce. Redwood City lives up to its title, "climate best by government test," with  year-round mild weather, perfect for seniors seeking a variety of long-term residential options.

Redwood City Recreation

Redwood City senior living residents will love the neighborly feel of being in a small but diverse community. Despite the size of the population, there is a surprising mix of cultures. Here and there one can find authentic Mexican eateries and other internationally inspired shops. The annual Redwood City Farmers Market, the oldest and largest of its kind in the area, kicks off each April and showcases locally-grown produce. Seniors looking for a more relaxed atmosphere can head to any one of the many parks scattered around the city, which are great places for a simple picnic or leisurely walk.

Redwood City Activities

Redwood City is rich in history, and residents of senior living communities will not be disappointed with the San Mateo County History Museum, which features interactive experiences and assorted activities that highlight the city's memorable past. The Veterans Memorial Senior Centeroffers classes and programs, as well as health and wellness plans for seniors of Redwood City assisted living facilities. And best of all, the Center oversees membership to exclusive clubs such as the Fun After Fifty group.

Redwood City Medical Facilities

Federal Way assisted living resident

Seniors at Redwood City senior living communities need not travel to nearby cities for special care, because first-class facilities are well within reach. An affiliate of the renowned Sutter Health, The Palo Alto Medical Foundation's Redwood City Center provides expert medical services and health programs. Sequoia Hospital boasts a state-of-the-art DaVinci surgical system, the first in San Mateo County, and is recognized as a Blue Distinction Center for Cardiac Care by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Northern California.

Redwood City Transportation

Travel for Redwood City assisted living residents is comfortable and convenient. SamTrans bus routes go to Downtown Redwood City, throughout San Mateo County, and extend to certain parts of nearby San Francisco. SamTrans offers discounts to seniors, and has recently launched a marketing campaign called "Seniors on the Go," to help educate the senior community on the agency's services. The Redwood City Caltrain commuter rail serves passengers heading outside the city and provides disabled access. A Redwood City senior living community can surely bring both the tranquility and fulfillment that your loved one has been looking for. Find local communities on our Redwood City Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top