Huntington Beach Assisted Living Facilities
Known as "Surf City USA", Huntington Beach has over 8 miles of beach, 281 yearly sunny days and enough leisure activities to keep a senior entertained for life.
Looking at senior living options here? Our database will give you a handful of Huntington Beach assisted living options, plus dozens more in neighboring cities like Newport Beach and Westminster. Before you start your search, check out the useful tidbits we dug up for this city on the Pacific.
If you already live in California, Huntington Beach's cost of living won't come as a shock. It's about 50% above the national average. However, most of that sticker price comes from high housing prices. Taxes are steep.... Read more about Huntington Beach assisted living
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Check out these local Huntington Beach assisted living reviews:
A senior advocate
I intend to file complaints with all agencies..licensing board, fire dept. I am disgusted at the condition of this facility and it's treatment of seniors. This facility should be closed.
Are you listening!
Leaving the patient in a wheel chair for hours and then a family member is requesting that the patient be put back in the bed, the "STAFF" was seemed unwilling to meet this request. Do not be fooled by the outward appearances, it is the care on the inside that counts. Patients are not here on a full time basis and this facility is not rated however it will be now. This week (Nov.09, 2009) this facility has been taken over by the new owners, so let's see what happens next.
Grandmother resides at this facility
When my Grandmother moved in here close to 10 years ago it seemed very nice. As the years have gone on the staff, attention to residents and all around correspondence has gone way down hill. Many things have come up "missing" from my Grandmother's room and it's all very upsetting. I would not recommend this facility to anyone looking to put a family member here. Bernice, she runs the facility is very fake. She doesn't actually care about anything but her paycheck. The same with Jean, I generally see her running the front desk ...
This house consists of adult males, not seniors, looking as if they do not need "assistance", does not fit into the neighborhood of families with children, Is this legal??