ActivCare Mission Bay
Memory Care In San Diego, CA
Located in Pacific Beach just minutes away from Mission Bay Park, ActivCare Mission Bay is a specialized memory care community for those with memory loss that opened in 2014. ActivCare Mission Bay is home to a vibrant community of residents who enjoy a daily schedule of activities designed for success at every stage of the disease. Residents take scenic bus rides to the beach, relax with picnics by the bay, and enjoy other outings around town. ActivCare Mission Bay provides residents with compassionate care from caregivers and team members who are dedicated to involving residents in engaging activities and social connections.
With three levels of care, ActivCare Mission Bay can meet the changing needs of the residents at each stage of the disease. Ask about respite opportunities for short-term stays.
ActivCare Mission Bay offers 60 private and semi-private accommodations and include the following:
- Licensed nurses are scheduled on-site 24/7
- Specially trained caregivers provide round-the-clock compassionate care
- A meaningful activity program specially designed for those with Alzheimer's and related dementias
- Themed Great Rooms and corridors to assist with way finding
- Safe and secure manicured courtyards
- Three nutritious meals daily and regular snacks
- A bright and airy residential setting
- Nurse case management
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