San Diego Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

San Diego Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in San Diego for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,000/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of San Diego Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
The Remington Club $3,500/month
Sunrise of La Jolla $6,370/month
Atria Collwood $2,800/month
The Arbors at Rancho Penasquitos $3,750/month
Belmont Village Sabre Springs $5,185/month
St. Paul's Villa $2,855/month
Cloisters of the Valley Assisted Living $4,300/month
Merrill Gardens at Bankers Hill $4,450/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
The Montera La Mesa $2,600/month
Oakmont of Escondido Hills Escondido $3,395/month
Sunrise of Bonita Chula Vista $5,020/month
Sunrise at La Costa Carlsbad $4,660/month
Las Villas Del Norte Escondido $2,970/month
Villa Bonita Senior Living Chula Vista $2,395/month
Grossmont Gardens La Mesa $2,880/month
Belmont Village Cardiff by the Sea Cardiff By The Sea $4,650/month
Westmont Town Court Escondido $2,500/month
Redwood Terrace Escondido $4,903/month
White Sands La Jolla La Jolla $4,942/month
The Manse Vista $2,900/month
Crest View Manor Escondido $3,000/month
Paradise Village National City $3,360/month
Lantern Crest Senior Living Santee $3,390/month
Las Villas De Carlsbad Carlsbad $2,970/month
Silvergate San Marcos San Marcos $2,400/month
Felicita Vida Senior Living Escondido $3,395/month
Coronado Retirement Village Coronado $4,200/month
Lo-Har Senior Living El Cajon $3,200/month
Westmont at San Miguel Ranch Chula Vista $2,995/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 San Diego Assisted Living Facilities

The Remington Club

Review by Local Professional

Expert

The Remington Club is located in a most desirable location as residents can walk to a retail center consisting of a Starbucks, grocery store, pharmacy, and several restaurants. Remington does provide several levels of care and has very recently gone through a facelift to make it's appearance more inviting...

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The Remington Club

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Remington Club is located in an upbeat community within walking distance of Von's grocery store, Starbucks, and Carver's Steak house...

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Sunrise of La Jolla

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Very beautiful facility located only a few miles from shopping and restaurants. This facility is clean throughout and has an open and functional floor plan. There is not many places within walking distance, but the facility offers transportation at an additional cost...

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Sunrise of La Jolla

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I liked the staff at Sunrise of La Jolla (Sunrise of Pacific Beach). The place itself was very welcoming and had a grand staircase, which I really liked. The people that greeted us and sat in with us were very nice. I liked that place a lot. That was the one I thought I would end up going to for my husband.

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Sunrise of La Jolla

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Sunrise of La Jolla was a much nicer facility and more expensive than other places. It was in a nice part of San Diego, and the second story had an ocean view. It's very nice on paper. Inside, it's very nicely decorated, with the interior designs all themed and matching...

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Brookdale Carmel Valley

Review by Elizabeth a sad and unhappy widow

Consumer

The food is very starchy. The cereal is made with water and the residents are given artificial cream to pour over the thick gooey mess that they call cereal. There are no fresh fruits or vegetables. The food is salty and there is greasy bacon and sausage at breakfast, There is no whole wheat bread...

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Map of San Diego Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in San Diego

San Diego is the second largest city in California, and the seventh largest in the United States. This former territory of Mexico has developed into a strong political and economic forerunner, not to mention an extremely popular tourist destination, thanks to the city's many attractions and year-round good weather. Although the area is highly populated, seniors who choose assisted living in San Diego feel a sense of security in knowing that their city maintains a consistently low crime rate. There is no place better than San Diego for warm sun and carefree seaside living.

San Diego Recreation

Residents of assisted living in San Diego enjoy the outdoors at many public recreational areas and open spaces. Mission Bay Park is one of the best locations for beachcombing and bird watching along the coast, while Mission Trails Regional Park offers an inland escape for city dwellers. San Diego is a prime shopping location, with the oceanfront tourist stores and entertainment of Seaport Village or the sophisticated indoor and outdoor retail shops found at Westfield Horton Plaza. The health conscious will appreciate the more than 25 farmers markets found throughout San Diego County.

San Diego Activities

Seniors will never be bored in a city that boasts nearly as many activities as grains of sand on the beach. Balboa Park alone provides 15 different museums, botanical gardens and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. Many of the park's attractions are free of charge on certain Tuesdays. Lovers of stage and sports can find ample entertainment at the San Diego Civic Theatre and Qualcomm Stadium. For socialization and organized activities, residents of assisted living in San Diego are invited to join one of the city's many community senior centers.

San Diego Medical Facilities

Seniors enjoying assisted living in San Diego receive healthcare services from several quality medical facilities. One of the largest and most prestigious is Scripps Mercy Hospital, which has been providing care to the greater San Diego area since 1890. The hospital has won numerous awards including being ranked 38th in the nation for its treatment of respiratory disorders by U.S. News and World Report, receiving Primary Stroke Care Certification and being recognized for quality in cardiac and spine care in 2009.

San Diego Transportation

511sd.com is the place for residents of assisted living in San Diego to find schedules and information for the city's many different modes of public transportation. Seniors are eligible for reduced fares on all types of service. There are two available paratransit options for qualifying seniors: North County Transit District operates LIFT, while Metropolitan Transit System also offers an Access service to residents of San Diego County.

Cost of Assisted Living in San Diego

The median annual cost for assisted living in San Diego is $42,000 a year.* Depending on the precise location and total amenities desired, monthly costs for a private, one-bedroom apartment can vary from $1,400 to as much as $6,746. Seniors should plan to spend a minimum of $3,500 a month for board and care.

Find Assisted Living in San Diego

"America's Finest City" has plenty of activity and sunshine to offer your senior loved one. Browse our directory of local senior housing options by visiting our San Diego Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
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