Ventura Retirement Communities

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Ventura Retirement Communities

The Lexington Assisted Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We liked Lexington's rooms. The only thing we didn’t like was there wasn't a door between the master bedroom and the living room. They had a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi, crafts, and movies. We really liked the dining area. The staff was very nice and knew the residents, and the residents knew them.

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The Lexington Assisted Living

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Consumer

Lexington Assisted Living was a very nice place with nice rooms. We liked it quite a bit. The reception was very warm and accepting.

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The Lexington Assisted Living

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Consumer

I visited The Lexington. The rooms were nice. The place was well run. Everything was fine. We liked it there. The people were good.

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The Lexington Assisted Living

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I visited The Lexington. The lady was very nice. The place was OK, but for what I needed it for, it was a very small area. It was OK, but I wouldn’t pick it for my father. I checked the dementia care unit, and most of the residents were in their rooms not doing a lot of activities. We would like more activities...

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The Lexington Assisted Living

Review by Mel

Consumer

The Lexington is a nice quiet secure facility with a heated pool, and video cameras throughout. The hired help use radios for communication with ear pieces which is a good way to control annoying noise levels...

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The Bonaventure

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The Bonaventure had nice-sized rooms. It’s not suited for my in-laws because it’s not assisted living, and you have to contract for somebody to do the things that we need. It’s for people who are more independent. It’s a beautiful place but not suited for what we need.

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Information About Retirement Community in Ventura

Ventura, which is officially named the City of San Buenaventura, is located in Ventura County on the coast of southern California. The city has a population of approximately 106,433, per the 2010 census. The city is home to five colleges, and is known for the amazing surfing conditions available off the coast. Founded in 1782 by Father Junipero Serra as part of a California mission, Ventura is also known as the City of Good Fortune. In 2015, Ventura had the honor of being named one of the the 10 best places to live now by Men’s Journal magazine. Main Street Scene Looking East, Downtown Ventura CA

Organizations Serving Seniors in Ventura

Senior citizens in Ventura are served by the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA). The agency has a senior nutrition program, including nutrition education and counseling, home delivered meals, and group meals served at the Ventura Senior Recreation Center. Transportation is available for seniors who need it, as well as a Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program and emergency preparedness resources. The agency also provides support groups, volunteer opportunities, home modifications, legal assistance, and financial counseling. The County of Ventura manages several senior centers in cities throughout the county, including the Ventura Avenue Adult Center which is easily accessible for residents of Ventura retirement communities. The City of Ventura caters to its senior population with these and other services, including the Ventura Council for Seniors (VCS).

Ventura Senior-Friendly Activities

Ventura has quite a few options when it comes to entertainment and activities. The city’s harbor has fishing boats, restaurants, and the Ventura Harbor Village shopping center. Downtown is also a great area for shopping, with an eclectic mix of thrift stores and high end boutiques, as well as restaurants and wine bars. For seniors who love music, the Majestic Ventura Theater features many big-name artists. The Olivas Adobe is another performing arts venue, and is adjacent to the Olivas Park Golf Course. The Ventura Film Festival is an annual event film buffs will enjoy, and it's a great place to catch a glimpse of your favorite film stars. A J Comstock Fire Museum and Albinger Archaeological Museum also make for great day trips in the city. Ventura is home to a large number of parks -- 38 to be precise -- scattered around the city, providing ample opportunities for seniors enjoying life in Ventura retirement communities to get out and about and enjoy the warm coastal climate.

Ventura Medical Facilities

Ventura County Medical Center is a system of hospitals, clinics, and specialty services available across Ventura county. The hospital has a renowned emergency room and trauma team, and also offers cardiology, respiratory services, orthopedic services, and patient advocacy. Stroke and behavioral health programs add to the Center's many treatment areas. Another option in the area is Community Memorial Hospital is another healthcare option that's easily accessible from retirement communities in Ventura. This hospital is a non-profit that has been serving the area for over a hundred years. Community Memorial has a cancer program and resource center, cardiovascular surgery, a lung cancer screening program, neurology, orthopedics, and a stroke program.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Ventura

Ventura retirement communities offer seniors access to public transportation through Gold Coast Transit and the Harbor Trolley. The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) provides specialized transit services in Ventura, operating an Access paratransit service for seniors 60 and older as well as disabled persons who are unable to ride a regular fixed-route bus. Ventura retirement communities have a lot to offer, from beautiful weather and varied entertainment to state of the art medical care. For more information on senior living in Ventura, see our options for Ventura retirement communities. Back to Top