Carson Senior Assisted Living


345 E. Carson Street , Carson, CA 90745

(855) 840-7257

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My mother is in memory care at the Abor Hall of Carson Senior Assisted Living. Our experience has been good. Her room is definitely clean. It's a comfortable sized room. They have bingo and TV time and three meals a day and three snacks, which I haven't tested myself but they definitely have a variety of food. They have a friendly staff.

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I Am A Friend Or Relative Of A Current/Past Resident

My parents are in Carson Senior Assisted Living. However, Mom had to be placed in Lake Regional Hospital because she developed a bedsore that is a stage four the size of your hand. In August, she was mobile, but in September her health seemed to deteriorate quickly. When I went in one day, I noticed she had on a sweater that I didn't recognize. This was on a Wednesday, and then on Friday when I returned, she had on the same sweater and I was a little bit upset because I thought they changed her clothes every day. When I pulled the cover back, I saw that her arm was taped to her body inside of her diaper. The next day, Saturday, she had a pretty old fashioned gown on, and on Sunday she had on the same gown. There were only two people working that day, but normally six people are floating around. I was a little bit upset. The thing that made me most upset is that she had a stage four ulcerated sore on her behind the size of my hand. If you're bathing a senior citizen at least three times a week, you would notice it, but they said it was the private nurse's fault, not Carson's fault. The private nurse only comes once a week and Carson's people are primarily with her all day, so how is it somebody else's fault. I'm a little bit disturbed by that. They have a lot of activities, and they have good food. They have a dietitian that feeds them, but both of my parents are really thin now and they've lost a considerable amount of weight. The staff is friendly. The food looks very healthy, but they have no seasoning on it at all. The price is fair. They are in the same room, but it's a large room. The setup is really nice.

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We checked out the Alzheimer's section of Carson Senior. We talked to the woman who runs that section and she was extremely pleasant. The people were well fed, they had activities going, and the lady who runs the place was there all the time. She was aware of all her people and their needs. She writes Christmas cards to the families and even gives them gifts. The residents in the assisted living all looked nicely presented and happy. The residents in the Alzheimer's care were well taken care of and they were out and about with other people all day long.

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Costs for Carson Senior Assisted Living

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 1,800

Memory Care Starting Cost per Month:

$ 3,500

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Carson Senior Assisted Living

Property Info

Licensed Capacity: 230

Minimum Age: 60

State License #: 198204950

Semi-Private Units

Private Units

Studio Apartments

Furnished Units

Air Conditioning/Climate Control

Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Parking Provided


Social Events

Trips & Outings

Spiritual Activities

Exercise Classes

Live, On-site Entertainment

Educational Opportunities


Outside Patio/Gardens

Cable/Satellite TV

Dedicated Concierge

Pet Policy: No pets allowed


Medication Management

Help with Activities of Daily Living

Transportation to Appointments

Other Transportation Provided

Private Laundry


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Description of Carson Senior Assisted Living

Assisted Living Services for the independent at heart.

Seniors enjoy their independence but at the same time, sometimes require a little extra help with the activities of daily living. Assisted living gives residents the best of both worlds. Our residents can have their autonomy comfortable with the knowledge that personal care and support services are available when they need them. Assisted living is perfect for people for which complete independent living is no longer a viable option but do not require the more extensive 24-hour care offered by a nursing home.

At Carson Assisted Living, residents can live independently and still have access to the assistance they need including bathing, dressing, grooming, medication monitoring and much more. Residents also enjoy three delicious meals every day. Our central dining encourages residents to visit with one another and reduces isolation.

Dedicated Arbor Hall Alzheimer's Care Unit

We are committed to helping people with Alzheimers and other memory-related disorders live as independently as possible, for as long as possible. Our Arbor Hall Alzheimer’s Care wing features a delayed egress alarm system with electromagnetic locks on all exits. Our well-planned dedicated Alzheimer’s unit is designed to meet the needs of those residents living with memory loss. Familiar routines are re-established and emphasis is placed on what an individual can do and enjoys doing.

The staff at Arbor Hall have been carefully chosen for their empathy and compassion. Each staff member is then specially trained to help create a supportive, friendly and therapeutic environment for our residents.

Our ongoing inservice and Alzheimers training prepares our caregivers to assist with all the activities of daily living to our residents while maximizing their independence.