Found in a principally suburban section of San Diego County, Oceanside has roughly thirty facilities in the vicinity of the city that gives residents a range of care options of which to decide on. There is the possibility for it to be difficult to get around Oceanside, but it can be manageable for most without their own car. If needed, there are nursing home facilities and hospitals in and around Oceanside.
Assisted Living Amenities & Services
Feeling secure at a community care facility is ultimately about finding the right combination of amenities that are applicable at a given location. Some of the amenities in these care facilities can include:
Hair cutting and other beauty services
Palliative care and medical support
Aside from having a full list of basic amenities, Oceanside also has a varied network of facilities that caters to seniors' unique needs. If religion is essential to you or your loved one, many long term care facilities offer prayer services on site, while those that offer off-site services usually arranging for a method of transport. Access to on-call specialists like Podiatrists, Dentists, Occupational Therapists, and Psychiatrists can also be arranged at many long term care facilities. These amenities can be simple things like offering vegetarian meals (screened by nutritionist), letting pet visits, as well as arranging activities within common areas. Also, some of the languages commonly spoken by the staff in senior communities in Oceanside include:
While not mandatory, when contacting the facilities listed below it can be useful to have the resident's medical history including any insurance, doctor, and facility names and contacts for any questions the facility representative might have. This can aid in planning any special care the individual might require.
Assisted Living Cost Comparison
The cost of community care facilities varies depending on the kind of required services, but on average it costs residents around $3,400 monthly. In contrast, the average cost for senior living in the state of California is $4,230 per month. Individuals that need help covering the cost of care may be eligible for financial aid from local and/or federal governments. View a more detailed cost breakdown with comparisons for nearby cities below.
Source: Aggregated from the Genworth 2013, 2015 Cost of Care Survey, state licensing units, and from facility surveys. While we make every effort to ensure accuracy, please confirm details with facilities directly.