1621 E. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton, CA 92831
Cambridge Court Assisted Living is located in a cozy, residential community in Fullerton, California known for its historic buildings and family-oriented events. Our stunning Spanish-style building houses 67 studios in various sizes and floor plans. We accept older adults ages 55 and over into our community, where comfort and convenience meet quality services and amenities. You'll find the love and care shown to residents at Cambridge Court is really what sets us apart — but you’ll have to see it to believe it!
Enjoy an independent retirement in a beautiful community, where support is catered to your lifestyle preferences. Beautifully decorated common areas including spacious lounges, an activity room, and a well-stocked library create a relaxing atmosphere for residents to socialize and meet new friends. Our bright and spacious dining room serves nutritious meals restaurant-style, while a private dining room is available to residents and their families for special celebrations. Our care staff is available around-the-clock to meet your needs as they arise. Your ultimate well-being is our goal. We curate an activities calendar full of activities and events for residents and provide transportation around town as well. Hospice care and respite care services are also available onsite.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
For a local A Place for Mom Advisor(877) 345-1716
Cambridge Court in Fullerton, California, has the most caring staff I could have dream for. Every service is offered and the great meals are what my dad talks about most. With every concern or issue dad has had, Cambridge staff offer a loving suggestion of how to handle it professionally. Every other facility I visited had bad odors. I have never smelled anything but freshness at Cambridge. Things are very clean in and out of my father's residence. There are so may activities offered and encouraging staff to get new residents to join in. On my first visits touring the facility i was most impressed how happy the residents were! They were immediately sweet and engaging! My father had no problem making friends. Dad at 94 has many challenges. The staff have handles them all with diligence and efficiency. Thank you, Cambridge!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
This is an older building, but is well kept. [name removed] really liked the room choices she saw, and has one picked out. This place seems wonderful for her and she is planning on trying to get together the $$ she will need to move there. The staff all are really friendly and the place overall has a feeling of peace. I am glad we saw this one as it is also close to where her doctors are and will be a good help for her.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
In January 2015 my family and I moved my Dad, 93, to Cambridge Court. We were shown a 1st floor studio unit. We agreed this location and unit would be perfect for him. The management also allowed us to select a paint color for the unit. We also were concerned about the quality of the care and of course the menu. Bill says the food here is great! The attitude of the staff is dedication to serving the needs of the seniors. We are so happy we selected Cambridge Court as our Dad's home. The value of the care meets and exceeds our expectations. Sincerely, Bob and Linda HatcherReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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