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There are 9 independent living communities in Sacramento, CA and 30 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Sacramento, CA is $2,670 per month.
Independent living in the heart of Sacramento awaits seniors at Eskaton Monroe Lodge, a community that provides the helpful services that make retirement even more carefree.
Situated in a quiet residential neighborhood in Sacramento, Regency Place features a variety of lifestyle options and home-like accommodations for all of our senior residents.
When you join River’s Edge in Sacramento, you will retire in style because our upscale independent living community has first-class amenities and scenic grounds, complete with a putting green and private lake.
Carlton Senior Living Sacramento prides itself on a reputation that is unsurpassed. It has the luxurious feel of a 'cruise-ship on land', with the extensive activities program and all-day dining room with delicious meals and snacks, it is the perfect…
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Carefree Senior Living Apartment Communities is the BEST in Senior Apartments. This tight-knit, family-oriented community is built on care and pride from both the residents and staff alike. Carefree Senior Living Apartments fosters a friendly atmosphere that makes it easy…
At The Village at Heritage Park, residents enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence. It is our goal to keep our residents linked to resources and opportunities that will fulfill their needs and interests in the Sacramento…
The median cost of independent living in Sacramento for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,670/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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Regency Place is located in a residential neighborhood, 7 speed bumps away from Kaiser South and easy access to Hwy 99. Their assisted living residents can choose from studio or studio deluxe apartments and the independent villas offer one or two bedrooms with full kitchens and washer dryer hookups. The community is mo...Read more Regency Place reviews
This Independent community is nestled among the mature trees on Freeport Blvd. near Sac City College and William Land Park. The building and décor is not up to date, but the facility is very clean and safe. There are 100 apartments with your choice of a studio or one bedroom apartment on five floors offering beautifu...Read more Eskaton Monroe Lodge reviews
The administration and staff of this community are both professional and compassionate in their approach to senior living. With their combined experience, knowledge and understanding they not only manage the community well, but are also involved in community efforts to contribute to the needs of the growing senior popu...Read more Eskaton Monroe Lodge reviews
My mother moved into Eskaton a couple of years ago. During that time she enjoyed the company of seniors like herself especially at dinner. At dinner, my normally reclusive mom would shine, and in fact she became known for her infectious laugh. She attended in-house performances, holiday dinners and the chair exercise c...Read more Eskaton Monroe Lodge reviews
I looked at Eskaton Monroe Lodge. It didn't offer as much as other communities do, and it was more expensive. They didn't provide all of the meals, just one big lunch. If you don't make it in time, they'll give you a bagged lunch with various things in it. The place was very small. The bathroom, the living room, bedroo...Read more Eskaton Monroe Lodge reviews
Eskaton Monroe Lodge was the first place I toured. It's an older facility, it's very nice, it's six stories, it doesn't have a large landscaped area, and it's right on Freeport Boulevard, so it's slightly noisier than the other places. It's a little more expensive; it's $3,500 a month. They have a nursing staff that ca...Read more Eskaton Monroe Lodge reviews
Sacramento presents a delightful paradox. At one end, it is a highly modernized city with all the amenities and comforts that urbanization can bring, and on the other, a quaint historical retreat that is filled with various remnants of the past like cobbled streets and Victorian-style houses. Located at the northern end of Central Valley near the junction of the American and Sacramento Rivers, the city was founded in 1849 by Swiss gold pioneer John Sutter as a major distribution point and commercial center in California. To this day, the city remains at the heart of all the economic and cultural movements in the Sacramento metropolitan area.
The city’s population of over 470,000 is highly diverse; people of all ethnicities and races have made Sacramento their home. In an article by TIME magazine in 2002, Sacramento was recognized as the most ethnically integrated city in America. Seniors are sure to enjoy the variety of cultures and the refreshing ambiance that Sacramento independent living can offer.
Sacramento independent living is never boring. For those who like to shop, the Midtown Sacramento area is full of boutiques, shops and other commercial establishments. Seniors can also go sightseeing at some of the city’s landmarks like the California State Capitol, Sutter’s Fort (a fort constructed by Sacramento’s founding father, John Sutter Sr. in 1841) and Cesar Chavez Park. The Old Sacramento district also has unique historic offerings like steam train rides, period stagecoaches, museums, and an assortment of souvenir shops and restaurants. Special events are also held all year round. The Second Saturdays Art Walk is open starting on the second Saturday of each month while the Concerts in the Park event can be enjoyed on a weekly basis from May to August. Other events include the Sacramento Jazz Festival and Jubilee, California State Fair and the Sacramento Gold Rush Days.
For seniors, Sacramento independent living involves getting integrated into a very vibrant and fun local community through clubs, programs, and activities. The E.M. Hart Senior Center hosts regular recreational events and offers supportive services for seniors and their families. Seniors can also join special interest clubs. For example, the Sierra Club Seniors enjoy going on hikes and other outdoor activities. Bingo halls also offer great venues for social interaction and fellowship.
Sacramento is home to UC Davis Medical Center, a world class research hospital known for its excellent cancer care and orthopedics facilities. Northern California’s sole level 1 trauma center is located here; other specialty centers include the Institute for Regenerative Cures, Burn Center, Mind Institute, and the Vascular Center.
Another excellent health facility is the Sutter Medical Center, a non-profit hospital that is dedicated in providing top quality healthcare to Sacramento residents. The Center provides various medical services (psychiatric, orthopedics, neurology, cancer, spine) to Sacramento independent living seniors.
Sacramento independent living residents can easily navigate through the city by foot, train, car or taxi. Most of the major attractions in the city can be accessed on foot. For example, the train station is just a five-minute walk away from the Old Sacramento district. People can also get around the city by taxi or by the Sacramento Regional Transit light-rail system. Commuter and intercity bus services are provided by Megabus and Yuba-Sutter Transit.
Sacramento independent living gives seniors a chance to be in the midst of a diverse and vibrant community. Sacramento is a modern city that is still filled with a friendly old-school ambiance that will make seniors feel right at home.
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