Tracy Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Tracy Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Tracy

Review by Harry

Consumer

The food is not prepared well. I find that especialy at breakfast, that the service is poor and food almost always has to be returned to be re-heated. Also it seems that onions are added to almost everything that is served. Except for the dining, I think everything else here is fine.

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Brookdale Tracy

Review by John

Consumer

My mom likes Brookdale Tracy. It's clean and comfortable, and the staff is nice and have lots of patience. The residents go on excursions or outings, and they play games. They have a dance once a month and a social night on Friday evenings. They also have church there.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Tracy

Tracy, CaliforniaThe town of Tracy was established as a transportation hub, serving as the headquarters to the Central Pacific/Southern Railroad in the late 1800's. Since those days, Tracy has been incorporated into a city, and grown and expanded beyond a mere community developed around a railroad yard. The city's prime location within the Central Valley of San Francisco's Bay Area makes it an ideal spot for quiet living while being conveniently connected to Northern California's top attractions. A Mediterranean climate will keep Tracy assisted living residents warm and comfortable year round.

Tracy Recreation

San Joaquin County maintains several regional parks, including the Micke Grove Zoo, which provide Tracy senior living residents with a natural respite for a few hours of relaxation in the great outdoors. For shopping, the West Valley Mall contains a wide variety of retail stores, in addition to a 14-screen movie theater complex. For those on a fixed income, the Prime Outlets of Tracy strip mall provides name-brand items at bargain prices.

Tracy Activities

Elderly home residentTracy's annual Dry Bean Festival may sound a bit "dry," but this exciting event has been an ongoing tradition for over two decades, and is described by residents as absolutely "beantastic." Non-legume lovers can soak up some knowledge at the Tracy Historical Museum or some culture at the city's Grand Theatre. Tracy assisted living residents will find friendship and entertainment at the Lolly Hansen Senior Center, which offers classes and programs to improve the health and well being of all community seniors. The Tracy Public Library links with other branches throughout the county to offer its patrons a full range of access to books and programs.

Tracy Medical Facilities

Your loved one's medical needs can be addressed at the conveniently located Sutter Tracy Community Hospital, a full-service, acute care facility with highly-skilled physicians representing nearly every medical specialty. The hospital has won awards for outstanding performance in patient satisfaction. In addition, Tracy senior living residents are only minutes away from San Joaquin General Hospital and St. Joseph's Medical Center in nearby Stockton.

Tracy Transportation

Public transportation in Tracy is serviced by the Tracer bus line, which offers a paratransit program to residents age 60 or over. The San Joaquin Regional Transit District (SJRTD) bus line stops at the ParkNRide by the West Valley Mall, and offers Tracy assisted living residents use of the RTD County Hopper, a fixed route bus service that will deviate up to three-fourths of a mile for ADA-certified elderly and disabled passengers. For travel even further abroad, Tracy has a Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) station, which provides direct rail service to the San Francisco Bay Area. The city of Tracy will offer both a warm climate and a warm welcome to your elderly loved one. To learn more about available facilities please visit our Tracy Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top