Phone Contact: 1-888-337-2629
Most recent Medicare.gov rating: N/A
Address Contact: 3482 Loma Vista Rd, Ventura CA
Lifestyle Options Offered: Alzheimer's & Memory Care, and Assisted Living
About Treacy Villa
Treacy Villa is a senior living community located in Ventura, CA that offers Alzheimer's & Memory Care, and Assisted Living. Average costs for Assisted Living in California start at $1,500.00 per month with an average cost of $3,601.00, while the costs for skilled nursing care range from $185.00 per night with an average cost of $287.00 for private accommodations.
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More detailed description:
As an Assisted Living Community, Treacy Villa allows for residents to live independently in an apartment-like residence while still having access to assistance with daily living through the preparation of meals, medication administration, light housekeeping duties, and laundry. This is an ideal living situation for seniors who are in the middle ground of not being requiring the more intensive care of a nursing home or CCRC, but still requiring some level of assistance on a daily basis. This type of community is normally less expensive than other types of more intensive care (e.g., memory care). Best of all, Assisted Living communities like Treacy Villa can give you the peace of mind in knowing that your loved one is being cared for while maintaining a level of independence.
Treacy Villa provides specialized care for seniors with Alzheimer's, Dementia, or significant Memory loss. The physical design of the community provides safeguards for residents who may wander (e.g., circular floor plans), as well as caregivers specially trained to help those suffering from dementia or memory loss.