Glen Park at Long Beach
Long Beach Assisted Living
Glen Park at Long Beach is a full service assisted living community located very close to the assortment of shops, restaurants, and excitement of downtown. The retirement facility is also four blocks from the beach, walking distance to the Long Beach Senior Citizens Center, and a five-minute drive from St. Mary Medical Center. We love to take advantage of our central location through our social activities and community outreach programs. Day trips to the Aquarium of the Pacific, events at the legendary Queen Mary ocean liner, and strolls down the beachfront are just another regular day here at Glen Park – Long Beach.
Glen Park Healthy Living has been caring for individuals for almost 30 years, and continues to thrive as an advocate within our various communities. Our unique approach offers our residents a multi-sensory environment that promotes physical and mental stimulation. Our home-like community was designed to create a feeling of comfort and safety, where each resident can relax, explore, and enjoy the environment. Families leave Glen Park with a clear conscience, knowing that their loved one is provided with constant supervision, devotion, and tailored personal care.
SENIOR LIVING CARE & SERVICES OPTIONS
Senior lifestyle and care options can vary widely, and the choices can often be overwhelming. It’s important to think about what kinds of assistance and/or medical care you or your loved one needs now, and what additional care may be needed in the future. At every Glen Park Healthy Living, we can assist you with assessing those needs and finding the right lifestyle and care for you or your loved one. Below you’ll find four different assisted living programs offered at Glen Park Healthy Living’s five greater Los Angeles facilities (Long Beach, Pasadena, the Valley, and two in Glendale).
- Independent Living is for seniors who do not need assistance with everyday life, but who want to live a maintenance-free lifestyle in a community with social activities and others like them.
- Assisted Living is for seniors who can no longer live on their own, but who do not need complex medical supervision – just friendly assistance with the activities of daily living, such as bathing and dressing, getting around, or medication reminders.
- Skilled Health Care (also called skilled nursing facilities or nursing homes) is for those who need ongoing medical care and supervision because of medical needs. It is also for anyone who needs short-term concentrated nursing or rehabilitation while recovering from surgery or an illness.
- Full Service Retirement Communities, sometimes called continuing care retirement communities (CCRC), offer two or three levels of care services, so seniors who are independent can live there knowing that if they ever need assistance or care due to age or medical needs, it will already be available where they are, right when they need it.