ActivCare Rolling Hills Ranch
Memory Care In Chula Vista, CA
Adjacent to the expansive Montevalle community park, ActivCare Rolling Hills Ranch is a specialized senior living community with a family-like atmosphere. Opened in 2013, ActivCare Rolling Hills Ranch provides Chula Vista with specialized memory care like no other. The community is purpose-built for memory care and provides three levels of memory care to meet the changing needs of residents at every stage of the disease.
ActivCare Rolling Hills Ranch is surrounded by quiet neighborhoods, schools, and local recreation centers, which residents enjoy by taking neighborhood walks and partaking in outdoor picnics. Daily, dedicated caregivers lovingly encourage residents to engage in innovative activity programs that helps stimulate cognitive functioning and increase self-confidence.
ActivCare Rolling Hills Ranch 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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