18851 Florida St, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Sea Cliff Assisted Living offers full service programs designed to add freedom and security to every lifestyle. Services are provided in gracious surroundings by caring and supportive staff. At Sea Cliff, our unique building offers a continuum of care, which gives you the security and convenience of knowing that any additional health services or assistance will be readily available without having to seek out another facility.
At Sea Cliff Assisted Living we believe that retirement is a time of possibilities. It is time to explore new friendships, new activities and spiritual growth. Sea Cliff offers a wide variety of residential and supportive services all created to promote the well-being of the whole person, mentally, spiritually, socially and physically. We invite you to discover the very special residential community of Sea Cliff Assisted Living.
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.
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I would not recommend this facility, when you needed help no one comes to help for a long time. We had an incident when my husband fell, he laid there for hours until there was a staff change. The care was not what we needed or paid.
During the time our loved one was at Sea Cliff Assisted Living, they said the staff members were mean towards her, it was just not a good experience for our family. We would not recommend this community
Well worth the price. Very reasonable for the area, it is 5 blocks from Huntington Beach. My Dad is not a fan of the food but he does like the staff. He likes the socialization and being with the people. It has been closed to visitors due to the virus since shortly after he moved in so I have not been able to visit much so far.
My mother [name removed] moved into Sea Cliff Assisted Living 2 years ago when she got to the point in her life where she could no longer live on her own. I looked at quite a few assisted living centers before choosing Sea Cliff for my mom. The staff was extremely attentive and really genuinely cared for her. She considered her care givers her friends. My mom was a bit of a foodie and she really loved the food at Sea Cliff, she was always raving about it. Sea Cliff was really a blessing for our family and we really appreciate they way they took care of her while she was there.
ORANGE COUNTY SENIOR JAIL !! My mother is here now and they will not allow her to see me, her friends and her loved ones! . My mom has no phone, no access to anything not even her family and friends. My mom Is isolated. She is not allowed to have friends or family visit. I'm her daughter who's always managed her doc appointments and the [name removed] -manager - won't even let me take mom on Important doctor appt for her to get her MS medication. She's going to have a relapse. [name removed] doesn't care one bit! [name removed] has alienated my mom from from her family and friends. They will not let u see your loved ones! They don’t listen to my mothers voice. They isolate her. They won't let her see her family. She does not want to be there. She can afford much classier place But [name removed] won’t let her leave. or him!!he's sick! All he thinks about is $. They have no respect for her or her vistors! If u have any questions please message me. DO NOT GO HERE! DO NOT! They have no idea what elder abuse is and looks like. Just in case you don't know what elder abuse is here are few signs! SIGNS of ELDER ABUSE Typically occurs at the hands of the people who are most trusted by the victims - like their spouses, *adult children, usually MALE adult children -fact! $$ Does the caregiver, seem to express more concern about the elder's *finances$$ than about his or her physical or mental health?*** The adult child or spouse begins manipulate the parent by isolating the parent from friends and other family members, restricting access in person or by phone -accessing the parent or helping out. Isolation of the elderly person *Alienation of other family members Sudden or even gradual Isolation of relationships with close family members - The adult child - *usually Male Adult Child - or spouse begins manipulate the parent by *isolating* the parent from friends and other family members, restricting access in person or by *phone The adult child or spouse prevents other family members from accessing the parent or helping out. *Isolation* of the elderly person Sudden or even gradual *abandonment of relationships with *close family members Has the caregiver *isolated* or *alienated* the elder, or does the caregiver prevent the elder from interacting with friends or family members unless the caregiver is present? Physical abuse Neglect Financial abuse Abandonment *Isolation The signs of elder abuse may be very subtle, particularly when the abuse is something other than physical
I had the best help for my mother . She was safe and well taken care off. It felt like being with the family and everyone cared and showed love and attention. I would have not found a better place. All individuals were well informed and rational. I am thankful.
My great-grandma loved living at Sea Cliff. She was nervous at first about moving out of her house, but the transition was smooth and she really enjoyed calling this community her home. The staff took great care of her and the room was clean and comfortable. I highly recommend Sea Cliff Assisted Living!
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