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Senior Housing & Assisted Living in Stockton, CA

Stockton has a variety of senior housing options, listed below. Many variables come into play when determining if Stockton is ideal for you or your loved one, however cost of living is usually among the top 3 most heavily weighted factors since most retirees live on a budget and fixed income. The cost of living in Stockton is based on the Median Household Income, Median Gross Rent Rate, and Cost of Living Index. In Stockton, those are $49,271, $1,024 and 96.8 respectively. If the cost of living in Stockton is too high, try popular nearby cities such as Salida, Alamo or Ripon which might have alternative and lower cost senior housing options.

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General Medicare Provider Number: 555692 Ownership Type: Non Profit Church Related Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resid...

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Independent Living, 55+ Community, Nursing Homes

Services Minimum Age of Accepted Residents Activities Onsite Devotional Services Available Indoor Common Areas Meals Pr...

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Assisted Living

Services Minimum Age of Accepted Residents Activities Onsite Devotional Services Available Indoor Common Areas Meals Pr...

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Assisted Living, Memory Care, Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Costs Minimum Rate: $2500/month Minimum Memory Cost: $2500/month Fee Structure Extra: Community Fee $500 Room and hous...

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Assisted Living, Memory Care

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Assisted Living, Independent Living

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Assisted Living, Memory Care

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Memory Care

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Assisted Living, Independent Living

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Assisted Living, Memory Care

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Choosing an alternative living option for an elderly person can be truly daunting, especially if they need to move to some type of facility that will offer better health and safety care. But choosing assisted living does not mean you are moving into a nursing care facility. In fact, a Stockton assisted living community is just one step down from living independently.

How Do Assisted Living Facilities Differ from Nursing Home Facilities

Nursing homes offer health care services at a living location. Often, the rooms look more like hospital rooms than living facilities and residents don’t often go out and usually can’t function very well on their own. Stockton assisted living facilities differ in that they are similar to an apartment for an elderly person. These are usually one bedroom apartments, including a kitchen, where seniors can conduct and are encouraged to live independently. They can receive guests, even overnight guests and can participate in activities away from the facility. Generally, this type of facility fits the needs of someone who is in general good health, but who might have some mobility issues, is on certain medications or needs that extra help at home. An assisted living facility divides the cost of having a home health care specialist on call 24 hours a day between the various residents, making it less expensive than 24 hour home healthcare services.

Why Select Stockton California as the Living Location?

Stockton assisted living facilities are located in Stockton, California, in what is know as the California River Delta. It is the seat of the San Joaquin County and the fourth largest city in Central California. It has a population of nearly 300,000 and ranks as is located near Sacramento and Modesto. It sits along the San Joaquin river, making it very nice for fishermen and boaters alike. In this area, there are thousands of miles of river to explore.

For northern California Stockton is one of the few cities with a lower cost of living. Even so, assisted living costs for California run about $43,000 dollars a year, but of course, this number will fluctuate depending on the facility, amenities and on the planned activities offered.

How Do I Find Stockton California Assisted Living Communities?

You can start by looking at the SeniorLiving.Org website. This website will list facilities in this area. The list includes addresses and phone number. Then all you need do is call them up and compare the different services and prices available.

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