Vista Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Vista Assisted Living Facilities

Rancho Vista

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Rancho Vista feels very comfortable. This facility has a homey vibe that makes it feel very relaxing and peaceful. The facility is very clean as a whole and looks relatively modern and updated. Rancho Vista has excellent outdoor curb appeal as there’s plenty of nice plants and flowers to look at...

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Rancho Vista

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Rancho Vista impressed me. It is a good community, wide open, and new. I met some of the caregivers and nursing staff who seemed great. The community is fine. The rooms are spread far apart, and from what I remembered, there isn't a bathroom within the rooms there...

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Vista Village Senior Living

Review by Family

Consumer

Great place! Nice, caring people. Well organized! Well run! Mom's happy! :)

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Vista Village Senior Living

Review by Daughter

Consumer

There seems to be a high turnover rate of caregivers/med techs. Food is improving. I pay for escort service for my mom & she doesn't always get it, inconsistent.

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Vista Village Senior Living

Review by Marlies Calvillo

Consumer

I am very thankful that my mom is in Vista Village memory care.

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Vista Village Senior Living

Review by Brad

Consumer

My Mom has lived here for a year and a half. I feel very lucky to have found this place. The most important people who work here have all been great and no staff changes that I see. Food servers and helpers have change some, but most residents, like my Mom, would never notice...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Vista

Assisted living in Vista, California is a pleasant prospect, if only because the city enjoys a near perfect climate. Far enough from the coast to get plenty of sunshine, but not far enough to be subjected to desert heat, the weather is ideal. In fact, the phrase 'not too little, and not too much' applies to almost every aspect of life in this city.

Vista Attractions

Assisted living in Vista is rich with entertainment choices. The city has not one, but two venues for community theater: the Avo Playhouse and the open-air Moonlight Amphitheatre, which specializes in musical productions. For those who prefer more active recreation, senior discounts and heated pools make the town's Wave Waterpark a great way to spend an afternoon. Seniors can join in Aqua Aerobics sessions, or float in the temperature-controlled competition pool while the grandkids delight in the park’s many waterslides.

Vista Senior Activities

The Gloria E. McClellan Senior Center hosts a friendship group, a garden club, movie screenings, exercise sessions, dancing and adult education. Lifelong learners enjoying assisted living in Vista can pick up new computer skills, participate in a knitting circle or learn a new language. And that's not all, the Center has a partnership with OASIS, a non-profit organization which enhances the lives of senior citizens through learning and service programs. OASIS offers seniors opportunities to study history, politics and the arts, have their writing published in the OASIS Journal, and volunteer in tutoring programs, passing their knowledge on to the next generation.

Vista Medical Facilities

Tri-City Medical Center, a full-service hospital complete with hospice service, is a mere three miles away from communities of assisted living in Vista in neighboring Oceanside. Emergency medical services are available along with the full range of standard medical treatment at several of Vista's many clinics, such as Urgent Care of Vista and Quality Care Medical Center.

Vista Transportation

In addition to the public bus and commuter rail systems operated by the North County Transit District, residents of assisted living in Vista can get around the city with Out & About Vista, which provides door-to-door travel to local shopping centers, banks, grocery stores and theatrical productions. The city also operates the popular trip program, Culture Caravan, which enables seniors to visit out-of-town attractions without the bother of doing the driving themselves. The Caravan's deluxe motor coaches are air-conditioned, non-smoking and staffed with experienced, courteous, well-trained escorts to assist passengers with any and all needs. Excursions are wide-ranging in type and duration, from stays in glamorous Palm Springs or Viejas Casino, to homey pleasures such as Christmas Light tours. Vista neither overwhelms its senior residents with so much to see and do that it's a struggle to make a choice, nor deprives them with too little. View a list of senior communities in the area by visiting our Vista Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top