San Francisco Senior Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of San Francisco Senior Living Options

AlmaVia of San Francisco

Review by Visitor

Consumer

At AlmaVia, initially, there was a confusion about the appointment that was made, but they were very good about finding a replacement person to give us a tour, and he was excellent. He was one of the nursing people on staff, so he answered a lot of our questions...

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AlmaVia of San Francisco

Review by Visitor

Consumer

AlmaVia of San Francisco was lovely, clean and nice, and the staff was very nice. The rooms seemed very well thought out.

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AlmaVia of San Francisco

Review by SC

Consumer

Our tour at AlmaVia of San Francisco was good, but we wanted to put my mom in a place that is more agreeable with her personality. She likes being active and engaged with people; however, it didn't look like there was a lot of communication with the other clientele...

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The Carlisle

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I found The Carlisle to be a very welcoming and gracious place that my dad would be very comfortable in. I liked it a lot. From what I observed while sitting in the lobby, the staff was really close to the people who live there. They are very kind, patient, and attentive. The living quarters were pretty good...

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Providence Place

Review by F

Consumer

Providence Place is a converted home and was three or four stories. They seemed so cluttered and kind of stuffy. You don't have your own room or shower. You have to share it. The staff seemed nice.

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Sagebrook San Francisco

Review by F

Consumer

They showed me a room at Sagebrook San Francisco on which they hadn't done any renovation yet, and the carpet needed to be replaced. It's kind of a backyard column kind of industrial and boxy. It's more like a hotel room kind of setting. There wasn't much of a view, just a big city. It was a little bit stark.

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