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There are 15 assisted living facilities in Ventura, CA and 30 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Ventura, CA is $3,750 per month.
The Lexington Assisted Living located in Ventura offers a selection of amenities that can not be beat for individuals seeking independent living, assisted living, Alzheimer's or memory care services.
A place where seniors can enjoy their retirement years with access to supportive services, Cypress Place - Assisted Living and Memory Care is a great choice for Ventrua seniors.
Navita Residences is a Physical Therapist owned, premium residential care provider. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of care and supervision for our residents. With over 6 years of senior care experience, our program is designed promote the…
Welcome to the Ventura Townehouse, a Retirement Community designed for fine living, just North of Los Angles in the beautiful coastal town of Ventura. With sophisticated yet casual ambiance and an abundance of activities, you'll find the perfect balance of…
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The Palms at Bonaventure Assisted Living & Memory Care Community, located in beautiful Ventura, California, combines the care seniors need, the convenience they value, and the independence they cherish. The Palms is beautifully designed with spacious common areas to enjoy…
Treacy Villa established in 1988, provides a safe and secure environment for those afflicted with Alzheimers and Dementia. Treacy Villa houses 49 residents and provides round the clock care. Besides basic services, we provide state of the art electronic surveillance…
The median cost of assisted living in Ventura for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,750/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Cypress Place Senior LIving||$3,295/month|
|Navita Residences Tull Street||$4,800/month|
|The Lexington Assisted Living||$2,500/month|
|AlmaVia of Camarillo||Camarillo||$4,250/month|
|An Everlasting Spring - Greenfield||Thousand Oaks||$3,700/month|
|An Everlasting Spring - Venus||Thousand Oaks||$3,700/month|
|An Everlasting Spring - West Sidlee||Thousand Oaks||$3,700/month|
|Belmont Village Thousand Oaks||Thousand Oaks||$5,000/month|
|California Care Facility||Newbury Park||$3,500/month|
|Charter Oak Home Care Lathan||Camarillo||$3,200/month|
|Cottages of the Oaks - Gainsborough||Thousand Oaks||$4,200/month|
|Fillmore Country Club||Fillmore||$2,500/month|
|Granvida Senior Living - Carpinteria, CA||Carpinteria||$4,900/month|
|Hillcrest Royale||Thousand Oaks||$3,350/month|
|Madelaine Place||Thousand Oaks||$3,500/month|
|Maica Place||Thousand Oaks||$3,500/month|
|McFadden Assisted Living||Camarillo||$3,200/month|
|Navita Residences Edgemont Drive||Camarillo||$3,500/month|
|Navita Residences Young Avenue||Thousand Oaks||$3,250/month|
|Pacifica Senior Living Oxnard||Oxnard||$2,500/month|
|Royal Gardens of Camarillo||Camarillo||$2,800/month|
|Sage Mountain Senior Living||Thousand Oaks||$4,700/month|
|Sally's Care Home I||Camarillo||$3,500/month|
|Sally's Care Home II||Camarillo||$3,500/month|
|Sally's Care Home III||Camarillo||$3,500/month|
|Sunshine Health Place III||Thousand Oaks||$2,700/month|
|Thousand Oaks Home Care I||Thousand Oaks||$3,000/month|
|Thousand Oaks Home Care II||Thousand Oaks||$3,000/month|
|Thousand Oaks Home Care III||Thousand Oaks||$3,000/month|
|Thousand Oaks Home Care IV||Thousand Oaks||$3,000/month|
|Thousand Oaks Senior Care Assisted Living||Newbury Park||$3,500/month|
My family member was at this facility for one night. He was to be on the memory care unit but instead was placed in the nursing home side because the staff would not move furniture to make the apartment walker accessible. At that, on his first night he eloped from the facility. Needless to say other more appropriate...Read more Aegis of Ventura reviews
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.Read more The Lexington Assisted Living reviews
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. There ...Read more The Lexington Assisted Living reviews
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.With the exception of the kitchen and dining room, the people power are long term treasures at the Lxington. ...Read more The Lexington Assisted Living reviews
Called “The Land of Endless Summers” by early Spanish settlers, the area around Ventura boasts both beaches and a National Forest. The city is located along California’s central coast, only an hour’s drive from Los Angeles.
Seniors who choose assisted living in Ventura will appreciate all of the activities and entertainment available in this small, peaceful city of just over 100,000 citizens. A perfect blend of history, culture and sunshine make Ventura an ideal retirement location for your elderly loved one.
With mild year-round weather, there is no excuse for residents of assisted living in Ventura to ignore the city’s extensive system of parks, including the beautiful, 100-acre Ventura Community Park. The valleys and forests surrounding the city are excellent locations to watch some of the 457 bird species that have been sighted in Ventura County.
Channel Islands National Park, only 14 miles off the California coast, is another prime destination for viewing wildlife. Catch a fresh sea breeze off Ventura’s harbor or on one of the city’s many public oceanfront oases, such as the sandy two-mile stretch of San Buenaventura State Beach.
Ventura’s main street and harbor area offer ample shopping opportunities for lovers of antiques and unique specialty items. Pacific View Mall is the city’s main retail shopping center, and the Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market is held downtown on Saturday mornings. A cluster of Premium Outlet stores just down the road in Camarillo round out this shoppers’ paradise.
Ventura is the heart of California culture with a wide variety of art galleries and archeological museums. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Ventura need not go out of their way to enjoy the city’s visual masterpieces, as a project called ArtWalk spans more than ten blocks of the historic downtown area.
Performance art can be found at the Ventura County Ballet Company, The Majestic Ventura Theater and Rubicon Theatre Company. Ventura’s Senior Recreation Center is the gathering point for classes, gaming clubs, and opportunities for exciting excursions and adventures. The city offers numerous programs and services specially geared toward its most seasoned citizens.
Ventura County Medical Center is a full-service, acute care hospital which places emphasis on providing dignified health services to those facing barriers to quality medical access. Another excellent option for residents of assisted living in Ventura is Community Memorial Hospital, a premiere facility that offers a wide variety of monthly classes and support groups.
Gold Coast Transit coordinates bus transportation for Ventura and three other surrounding cities. Their natural gas burning vehicles cover an area of 91 square-miles. It is easy to travel further abroad from Ventura on the Metrolink train system.
The 21-vehicle ACCESS fleet of Paratransit buses is a curb-to-curb transportation option available to all residents of assisted living in Ventura age 65 or over.
California can be an expensive place in which to retire, but Ventura does have some reasonably affordable assisted living communities that charge as little as $2,750 a month for room, board and care services. The median cost for assisted living in Ventura is a $3,900 per month or $46,800 a year,* not far above the national average. However, some of the higher-end communities in the area are charging as much as $7,275 for a one-bedroom, single-occupancy apartment.
Often called “Hawaii on the Mainland,” the beachside paradise of Ventura enjoys a beautiful combination of sand and sunshine. To learn more about senior housing options in this area, please visit our Ventura Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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