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Discover unique independent living amenities, social activities, dining, and more independent living benefits. With 68 independent living facilities in San Diego, A Place for Mom makes it easier to find your new, maintenance-free home.
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They did not do a good job onboarding but the staff is new and friendly and our loved one has settled in. It's rather expensive [fee removed] a month but it is brand new and very nice. Out of the other communities we toured Santianna is by far the nicest facility, and so far the care has been good.
White Sands facility has everything from independent living to skilled nursing. They have a lot of activities to offer, it is in a really beautiful location. We could not be happier with our decision, we know our mother is safe there. The food is excellent with a wide range of choices. The rooms are very nice and adequate, they have many options to choose from. Our loved one has a beautiful view.
My wife and I have been at this 6 bed assisted living facility for almost 3 years. It is a beautiful home in a prestige area of north San Diego. The home has panoramic views of the rolling hills. Sometimes we see the hot air balloons go by. The facility is clean and tidy. My wife is 83 and I am 88. She is assisted living/memory and I am independent living. She has been in Hospice bedridden with Alzheimer's for 2 years and has to hand fed with pureed food and totally cared for. I'm sure she wouldn't get the care she has here at a larger facility. The caregivers are all friendly and extremely caring. Very nice meals are served 3 times a day. The Director of Activities plays music on the keyboard. Singing makes the residents come alive. He also has taught art painting with acrylics. I have never painted before, now I've painted over 30 pictures on canvas, surfboards, guitars etc. It gives me something to do and keeps my brain active. This is a superior facility compared to other ones I have heard about. On a scale of 1 to 5 I would rate Rancho Santa Fe Villa a 5.
2211 Massachusetts Avenue, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
Monte Vista Village is a luxurious senior community in Lemon Grove, CA, in San Diego County, which offers excellent assisted living and independent living options. Located amongst 7.5 acres of land (including a stunning tiered waterfall), Monte Vista Village is the perfect place to kick back and...
It would be nice to have longer time frames for dinner to allow residents an opportunity to eat later, and to make sure there is enough food available for all the residents to eat. Dinner starts at...
444 Prescott Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92020
Solstice Senior Living at El Cajon is a warm, welcoming, vibrant, engaging independent Senior Living Community in the heart of the city. Enjoy adventure, entertainment and the beautiful outdoors. Family and friends find comfort with our on-site personal care professionals. We are close to...
It's good place. Recently there was a change in management, which was an improvement. They try to accommodate you and make you feel welcome. The apartment is pretty basic but it's fine, and not too small....
4025 Pulitzer Pl, San Diego, CA 92122
Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 200 locations in 26 states and seven Canadian provinces. Atria communities are home to more than 23,000 seniors and employ more than 14,000 people.
My mother is 92 and has lived on her own for 22+ years. She sold her house of 60+ years and joined the Atria Community. She is so happy, has made friends and is participating in activities. She is now living...
5308 Monroe Avenue, San Diego, CA 92115
Atria Collwood is a senior residence located in the famous city of San Diego, California. Residents here enjoy access to highly qualified doctors, specialists, hospitals and medical centers. This active city features beautiful coastal views, great fishing, sailing, and many ways to stay active....
There were just a few issues that we had with them - but overall it was a great facility. Communication was the biggest problem that we had. She said there were lots of activities provided, but sometimes no...
13101 Hartfield Ave, San Diego, CA 92130
Do more of what you love every day.At our continuing care retirement community (CCRC), you’ll have the lifestyle you want, plus care if you need it with assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing all on one campus.With several floorplans to choose from, including studio, one-bedroom and...
I’ve just been impressed with your facility and the people were are very accommodating. The therapists,[names removed] nurses like [name removed] sees what I need. You people are just so wonderful taking us...
5740 Lake Murray Boulevard, La Mesa, CA 91942
Tucked away on a gorgeous property in La Mesa, CA, just minutes from downtown San Diego, The Montera defines care-focused senior living. From well-appointed studio and one bedroom apartments, to personalized care plans designed for each Assisted Living resident, to rejuvenating short-term stays,...
I highly recommend the community, I think the community is very conveniently location right off the highway. The community property is very appealing, the staff and residents are excellent and friendly. The...
9000 Murray Drive, La Mesa, CA 91942
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I'm very pleased with it. It's so clean and new and modern. It's just he sort of place that my loved one wanted. The staff are very friendly. It's definitely been an adjustment period for her, but it's...
12515 Springhurst Dr, San Diego, CA 92128
Sunrise of Sabre Springs is an assisted living and memory care community. Residents can live in Assisted Living without care and age in place, adding in care as needed. Every resident receives a customized care plan that addresses their individual needs by a designated care manager who get to...
Sunrise Sabre Springs has provided my mom a safe, clean and attractive home. The overall staff is professional, caring and competent. The meals are great. The chef prepares a great variety of fresh new...
2045 Skyline Drive, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
Sungarden Terrace is family owned for over 19 years and takes great pride in providing excellent care in a warm, nuturing environment. Some of our staff have been with us since our doors opened. Our reviews are all 4 and 5 star reviews focusing on great care, a family-like atmosphere, excellent...
We found the staff to be very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. The meals and dining service is wonderful and excluding covid they did their best with the activities.
800 Lantern Crest Way, Santee, CA 92071
At Lantern Crest Senior Living, we offer a variety of community features. Residents can enjoy regular off-site adventures and excursions. Cats and dogs are allowed in private quarters. Our property is conveniently located near accessible public transportation. We offer free wi-fi and high speed...
Lantern Crest Senior Living is privately owned & operated. Staff work hard at knowing names & faces. Most recognize & greet us in the halls. They offer a wide variety of activities & they're willing to try...
13075 Evening Creek Dr S, San Diego, CA 92128
The Belmont Village facility at Sabre Springs is located in the attractive residential community of Poway. Situated in northeast San Diego County, Poway is known as 'The City in the Country' and prides itself on the fact that much of the area is preserved as dedicated open space. With great views...
They are short staffed at this time so sometimes her meals are cold and she has to send them back. Also it does not seem like they are cleaning deep enough due to the lack of workers. They do make sure that...
8515 Costa Verde Blvd, San Diego, CA 92122
Vi at La Jolla Village is a Life Plan Community, also known as Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), located in San Diego, California, within the ‘Golden Triangle’. Our location offers spectacular views with access to high-end shopping, dining, parks, and walking trails. Our retirement...
There attention to detail and the process was fantastic. There is a sales rep there named Kelly and she is one of the best I've met over there! She had it together and made us feel like a million bucks. ...
955 Grand Ave, San Diego, CA 92109
What we really like about Oakmont of Pacific Beach are the helpers who come assist her w showers, etc. they r all very kind and friendly
5580 Aztec Drive, La Mesa, CA 91942
We believe that Waterford Terrace is so much more than walls and windows - it's a place to enjoy home-cooked meals, game night, or a quiet evening with family and friends. It's where you always feel comfortable, safe, and secure. At Waterford Terrace, our management teams live on-site, and are...
The staff are very good. They seem to be missing some people right now but it is still good. This is a very nice place. I just wish there was a swimming pool and a flat place to walk due to it being on a...
7450 Olivetas Ave, La Jolla, CA 92037
Waking up each morning and taking a morning stroll along the coastline before joining friends for a round of golf at the Torrey Pine Golf Course or an outing to the Museum of Contemporary Art. End the day dining alfresco as you watch the sun set over the Pacific Ocean. For the residents of White...
The meals and dining service has been excellent, and they have really great activities for us to participate in. Based on my experience so far I would recommend the White Sands community to others.
2567 Second Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
Merrill Gardens at Bankers Hill gives discerning seniors a casual elegance and sophistication found only in the prestigious Bankers Hill neighborhood of downtown San Diego. Downtown retirement living has never been this good — or as much fun — as it can be at Merrill Gardens! Merrill...
The community is in a beautiful neighborhood, and the community is beautiful also. The director is amazing and very caring. The staff is amazing and I can't say anything bad about this community. I would...
810 Turquoise Street, San Diego, CA 92109
About Sunrise of La JollaCommunity & Location Highlights:Conveniently located in San Diego, CAClose to Scripps Memorial Hospital La JollaGorgeous views of the Pacific oceanNear La Jolla Country Club and La Jolla's downtownSunrise of Pacific Beach in San Diego, California, provides exclusive...
We chose this facility because they let mom bring her cat, which was very important to her. The hands on staff were great. There was a big turnover in administrative positions while mom was there. That often...
16925 Hierba Dr, San Diego, CA 92128
Nestled in the exclusive community of Rancho Bernardo, The Remington Club strives to offers the finest in independent, assisted and skilled nursing services and outpatient therapy. Our close proximity to shopping, combined with our wonderful activities and social programs, make The Remington Club...
The Remington Club is an extroverted environment for seniors to live independently and have an active life. The food is good there. The communication with the staff has been good. The location and parking...
3880 Nobel Dr, San Diego, CA 92122
Belmont Village brings more than two decades of experience to its peerless Independent Living, Assisted Living and award-winning Memory Care. Nestled in the heart of the beautiful seaside village of La Jolla, our newest community in San Diego County will offer the unique balance of innovative,...
5480 Marengo Ave, La Mesa, CA 91942
Lease by October 29 and get $1,000 off your rent for the first three months. THAT’S A SAVINGS OF $3,000!*We are continuing to admit new Residents, where possible and appropriate, to help residents and families in need. We will do all we can to help those who are in need of our services now and...
Good food, with good location. There are lots of options for care. Overall, this is a good community. There is a lot of socialization and activities for the residents.
12979 Rancho Penasquitos Blvd, San Diego, CA 92129
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Set among the canyons and nature preserves of northern San Diego County, with a central location off Interstate 15, Pacifica Senior Living Rancho Peñasquitos is a vibrant senior living community designed to help older adults find greater well-being.This independent and assisted living community...
One thing I wish is that there were a few more activities for the Memory Care residents. We picked this community because, of cost, location, ease of parking, and expected activities.
8292 Run of the Knolls, San Diego, CA 92127
If your loved one is diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, you will discover that our Rancho Santa Fe Villa Assisted Living Facility offers an unprecedented level of personalized attention and care. You will also appreciate the value of knowing that the world around the person you...
My mother has been living at Rancho Santa Fe Villa since 2010. She has always been very well cared as the staff is very kind and responsive to her needs. Also the quality of the meals and snacks are...
5219 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92117
Redefine your independence with more time for what you want to do.Here at our assisted living community, you get to redefine your independence, pursue your favorite hobbies and live your life your way. Whether that’s connecting with new friends or trying something new like yoga, you have choices...
Things are going okay for me here. The staff needs a little more control but every place needs that so I can’t complain. The food is really good and it’s really nutritious. They have a few activities and...
233 Prospect St., La Jolla, CA 92037
Chateau La Jolla Inn is a 116 unit Luxurious Residential Independent Living Apartment Community in the midst of one of the most exclusive and beautiful locations in Southern California. Chateau La Jolla Inn consists of three French Normandy designed buildings on a 1.63 acre site partially...
2865 55th St, San Diego, CA 92105
The average monthly price that families paid for San Diego independent living facilities in 2022 was $4,328 per month. This number comes from A Place for Mom’s proprietary data, and the price reflects the average monthly cost of room and board in addition to any add-on fees, entrance fees, or care costs.
Costs of independent living typically include monthly rent for the senior’s dwelling, utilities, activities, and sometimes meals. Some communities are all-inclusive, meaning that all costs are reflected in one monthly price. Other communities, however, charge additional fees for extra services. Personal services, pet rent, and admission fees may come at additional costs.
Independent living prices in San Diego can vary depending on location, services, and the size of the senior’s floor plan. Some San Diego independent living communities offer assisted living and skilled nursing care on the same campus. That way if a resident’s care needs ever change, they won’t need to move. Some communities take this a step further and are licensed as Continuing Care Retirement Communities (or CCRCs). In these cases, entrance fees may apply to cover future care costs. Stand-alone independent living communities may not have entrance fees, as they do not provide senior care.
The following cost figures represent average starting costs for independent living communities in the area. Please note that starting costs don’t necessarily include care costs, entrance fees, and any add-on service fees.
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While the costs of independent living aren’t covered by public pay methods, such as Medicare or Medicaid, seniors have many options to fund their senior living lifestyle. Combinations of personal resources can typically be used to cover the costs of rent at an independent living community, while Medicare and Medicaid may help cover the costs of in-home care services.
Personal assets, such as savings accounts, Social Security benefits, and investments can be used to help cover monthly expenses at independent living communities. Seniors that own property or have life insurance have more options to help cover their senior living costs:
Since they are basically like senior apartments with more amenities, stand-alone independent living communities in California don’t need to be licensed as a senior care community. However, if the community shares a campus with other senior care facilities, such as assisted living and memory care units, or is a part of a Continuing Care Retirement Community (or CCRC), then licenses may apply.
In California, CCRCs or senior care facilities must have a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (or RCFE) license through the California Department of Social Services, also known as the CDSS. With this license, the senior care facility must comply with the following regulations:
Like renting a house or apartment, the owners of independent living communities must provide their renters with safe and well-maintained housing. The following are some examples of regulations a person can expect at a stand-alone independent living community in California:
According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), landlords must agree to reasonable accommodations and modifications for persons with disabilities. Accommodations and certain structural modifications of common areas must be paid for by the landlord, while some structural modifications to an individual unit should be paid for by the renter.
Accommodations involve changes to community procedures that might restrict disabled individuals from access if not changed. Some examples of accommodations include the following:
Modifications involve changes to the structure of building common areas or individual units, for example:
The following are some other protections granted to renters under the Americans with Disabilities Act (or ADA):
The California Department of Social Services (or CDSS) inspects facilities once each year and within 10 days of receiving a complaint. For senior independent living communities that are licensed as Continuing Care Retirement Communities (or CCRCs), their inspection reports are available to the public via the CDSS Care Facility Search. To use this search, scroll down to “Search By Facility Group,” select “Elderly Assisted Living,” select the “Facility Type” and “San Diego County,” and then click on the search button. You can also search by facility name or address.
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Seniors in San Diego independent living communities are encouraged to follow the city’s COVID-19 guidelines. The most current recommendations for San Diego residents include staying current with COVID-19 vaccines and getting tested if they have related symptoms. In most public places, people aren’t required to wear masks. However, if you have COVID-19 symptoms, had a recent positive test, or have been exposed to the virus, San Diego County asks that you wear a mask in public. Masks are also required in long-term care, senior care, and health care centers, but they aren’t required in independent living communities.
Read the most recent San Diego County COVID-19 guidelines here.
Vaccinations. San Diego County encourages all citizens to stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations.
Masking. Masks aren’t required in public unless you have COVID-19, have been exposed to COVID-19, or are visiting an at-risk setting.
Facility cleanliness. Surfaces and shared items are routinely cleaned and disinfected with hospital-grade disinfectant.
Number of in-network independent living facilities in the San Diego area
Active seniors in San Diego have much to take advantage of in independent living communities. Resort-style facilities, an array of on- and off-site enriching experiences, and easy access to care services await seniors who retire in San Diego.
Seniors can have the ultimate oceanside retirement when they choose an independent living facility in San Diego. Maintenance-free living and pet-friendly policies allow seniors to enjoy the comforts of home, release the responsibility of homeownership, and take advantage of luxe amenities.
Relax and rejuvenate in full-service salons and spas, or take a few laps in saltwater-filtered, heated pools. Take advantage of 24-hour concierge services, private access to walking paths, and the comforts of a gated community. Seniors can also stroll through private gardens, relax in therapeutic whirlpools, or even use their community’s own putting green.
When it’s time to dine, enjoy nutritious meals in on-site bistros or take a seat in an oceanfront dining room and order a five-course meal. Several communities offer arranged transportation, and some even take residents directly to San Diego’s unique restaurants. Other communities even have private dining rooms on campus where residents can host family gatherings and parties.
Evenings in San Diego’s independent living communities have much to offer. Seniors can watch their favorite movies in cozy on-site theaters or join social events in the community ballrooms. Sipping on wine from northern California vineyards is another popular evening pastime, after which residents can store their favorite bottles via a personal wine storage service.
Retiring in San Diego enables seniors to pick from a range of independent living housing options. Independent living apartments seem to be the most common option in this desirable area. Ranging from studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom floor plans, San Diego independent living apartments come in both affordable and resort-style price ranges.
In these independent living apartment layouts, seniors can find private patios or balconies that provide them with their own space to enjoy the balmy sea breeze. These apartments may also include useful storage spaces, like spacious walk-in closets or storage units off the balcony. Similar to standard apartments, kitchens are typically included in the floor plan, whether it’s a kitchenette or a full kitchen.
Options reminiscent of traditional homes are also available to seniors in San Diego. Several independent living communities offer senior-specific neighborhoods with stand-alone homes, from patio homes to villas with ocean views. Many hold up to two bedrooms and two bathrooms and have plenty of storage space, allowing seniors to avoid the hassle of paring down their possessions that moving into a small apartment may require. These types of independent living homes have large living areas, fully equipped kitchens, dining rooms, and patios or balconies. Some are even located closer to the coastline, providing seniors with their own private view of the ocean.
When seniors aren’t maximizing their retirement in the city, they can find just about anything their hearts desire within the walls of their new apartments, condos, or small coastal homes. Many San Diego independent living communities have busy social and recreational calendars to keep each day exciting. From volunteer programs to on-site musical performances and parties, everyone can join in on something that interests them.
Some communities have established senior-led committees and clubs, enabling seniors to take some ownership in their new neighborhood. Others offer on-site worship services for different denominations, so seniors can fulfill their spiritual needs close to home. Foster lifelong learning by sitting in on lectures from visiting professors and other experts, take a fine art class, or help plan next year’s community garden setup. Additionally, active seniors can join the latest on-site fitness program that’s typically hosted by a professional instructor.
Many of San Diego’s independent living facilities are on the same properties as other senior living types. Some share a campus with assisted living and memory care communities, while others are a part of Continuing Care Retirement Communities (or CCRCs) that host all care types on one campus. When seniors choose an independent living community like this, they can find comfort in knowing they can access care as their needs evolve — without ever having to move to a new facility.
Some independent living facilities are also conveniently located near hospitals and medical centers, bringing peace of mind to residents and their families should urgent health care needs arise. Many senior independent living communities even offer access to on-site health care assessments.
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San Diego seniors can choose from several nationally ranked hospitals and senior-specific centers.
UC San Diego Health – La Jolla and Hillcrest Hospitals are teaching hospitals that provide general and surgical care. They’re nationally ranked for several areas of adult care, including cancer surgeries, cardiology, and their geriatric clinic.
Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla provides general and surgical care. They’re nationally ranked for care, including cardiology and orthopedics.
Sharp Memorial Hospital is nationally ranked for lung surgery and urology. This hospital also provides general medical and surgical care, in addition to having geriatric specialists and several senior resource centers.
While 93% of independent living communities in A Place for Mom’s network provide scheduled transportation, San Diego has a variety of public transportation options available to seniors. This enables local seniors to explore nearby attractions at their leisure.
Through San Diego Public Transportation’s program, called PRONTO, passengers can buy their tickets online via an app. Their trolleys, trains, and buses are wheelchair accessible via ramps and lifts. In addition, they offer discounted fares for seniors 65+.
Browse the following transportation options for San Diego residents:
San Diego also has transportation options designed with seniors in mind.
The scores below are based on San Diego’s accessibility of different transportation methods. The highest and best possible score is 100, meaning that higher numbers indicate a popular and easy-to-use method of getting around San Diego.
San Diego has something for everyone to enjoy. Endless entertainment awaits — lounge on sandy beaches or visit your new favorite cafes and restaurants. Plan a relaxing cruise or attend an exciting event at the Port of San Diego. From popular and unique restaurants with every cuisine imaginable to senior centers and sports arenas, seniors will find something to make each day of their new lifestyle as fulfilling as they’d like.
Among San Diego’s most popular restaurants are seafood fine dining experiences, unique steakhouse environments, wonderful Mediterranean spots, and more. Seniors are also encouraged to enjoy San Diego’s lively sports scene or participate in America’s favorite pastime by attending a San Diego Padre’s baseball game in Petco Park. View the latest professional football or soccer games at Balboa Stadium, or even catch a rugby or lacrosse game at Snapdragon Stadium.
San Diego is also home to several performing arts centers — such as The Old Globe, the Civic Theater, and the Balboa Theater — which host shows from local and famed musicians, as well as world premiere theatrical productions.
Active independent living residents can also take advantage of the scenic biking and hiking trails throughout San Diego. Mission Trails Regional Park and the San Diego River Trail lend themselves to both activities, offering views and wildlife sightings. There are also a variety of golf courses for seniors to enjoy, including Torrey Pines Golf Course, Balboa Park golf course, and more. San Diego even has the Ed Brown Center for Active Adults, a senior center where residents can enjoy boxing, tai chi, and dance parties.
For more laid-back enjoyment, San Diego has plenty of public libraries to choose from. In fact, almost every suburb has its own branch of the public library, making it incredibly easy to find your favorite authors. The Mira Mesa Senior Center is a place to enjoy exclusive activities, socialize with peers, and sign up for continuing education programs and community college classes. The City of San Diego’s AgeWell Services even hosts a senior lounge and lunch at Balboa Park for older adults to socialize and relax.
Of course, seniors also have an abundance of gorgeous beaches to choose from, including La Jolla Shores and Cove. Natural beauty, stunning views from the rocky cliffs, unique shops and restaurants, and marine life sightings await. Day trips to Coronado Island are also popular, where coastal cafes, sandy beaches, and more are available to visitors.
Seniors have many options for exploring local history, many of which have accessibility options for people with disabilities. For example, Balboa Park — San Diego’s 1,200-acre backyard with dozens of museums — offers scooter and wheelchair rentals, though availability is limited. The Comic-Con Museum, the San Diego Museum of Art, breathtaking gardens, tropical trails, cafes, and much more are all located in the park.
Many other museums are also accessible, like the USS Midway Museum, which offers wheelchair rentals, tour scripts, and guides. The San Diego History Center is another popular museum about local history and doesn’t have an admission fee. San Diego also has its own Natural History Museum, with ever-changing exhibits, weekly events, and discounted admission fees for seniors. Or, stroll through Old Town San Diego, a popular downtown area full of historic landmarks and unique shops.
Seniors who are new to the area may want to explore San Diego’s most popular attractions. SeaWorld San Diego and the San Diego Zoo are just a couple among many must-see places. Many of San Diego’s tourist attractions are also wheelchair accessible and make accommodations for people with disabilities. These accessible attractions offer tour scripts, accessibility guides, and wheelchair rentals with limited availability.
La Marea Senior Living, Silvergate Retirement Residence - Fallbrook and Monte Vista Village are the top-rated Independent Living facilities near San Diego, CA. These Independent Living facilities received the highest rankings based on verified family reviews. See full list of communities.
The average cost of Independent Living in San Diego is 4,724 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.
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