We love it when cities and states are proactive and aggressive about helping seniors and their families to make good, fact-based choices and decisions when
it comes to senior care.
San Bernardino has gone far in providing easy-to-access information on the city (and county's) senior care programs, assistance, and support through it's Department of Aging and Adult Services
Here, you'll find a wide variety of supports and information, from: Adult Protective Services; Family Caregiver Support; In-home care and support; Long-Term Care Ombudsmen Nutrition services for local seniors - and so much more.
This site is a great source of supplementary information to the information and data found on this page for San Bernardino's assisted living facilities and care homes. We've listed the local facilities on this page, each may be contacted directly and safely.
We also include video tours as they are available! Intro by D. Besnette
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"Since it's Founding in 1960, the service and care at Lights Rancho Linda has remained the same. It all started with Catherine Light, the founder, who set the tone for what is now a residential care facility for the elderly that has been "Home" to hundreds over the years."
Our goal will always be to provide an exceptional quality of life in an elegant and casual atmosphere where your loved one can live in a safe, comfortable social environment. This site is designed to take you on a tour of our incredible residential care facility for the elderly (RCFE Lic# 366423561). We hope you enjoy your visit.
Very large Private and Simi Private rooms, Every room has cable and phone accessible Security system, call system in every room. Home cooked meals with special diets prescribed by doctor. LVN available for special needs. Beautiful landscaping. Game room w/Wii. Contact Marie Galloway (909)800-3546
I know that a lot of sites offer "help" in one form or another, but can those sites actually vouch for how helpful or trustworthy it is?
I've used our senior care advisors myself to help find care for a family member a few years ago, and it was truly an outstanding experience. The advisor I worked with (just like Alice, to the left) did a lot of the footwork and research for me, and helped to answer difficult questions for me (i.e. which facilities will take someone with a feeding tube).
You can read about my experience using this service in our blog.
If you need help, I encourage you to give it a try. There's no cost, and I'm confident that they will provide for you and your family the same, unsurpassed help and expertise that they did for me.