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Hillcrest Memory Care Living

825 E. 18th Street, Antioch, CA 94509


Pricing & Floor Plans

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Estimated cost from $2,925 to $3,575 per month*

*Seniorly’s estimated monthly pricing is based on the local average pricing of other communities in the area and what typical communities of the same size offer in services.

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Compare to Local Assisted Living Costs

Hillcrest Memory Care Living
$3,250
USA
$3,628
CA
$4,000

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Community Details

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Welcome to Hillcrest Memory Care Living! Whether it's helping with the little things of daily life as a senior citizen or a high degree of attention and care - our work always focuses on the people who need attention and care. They are entitled to a life under decent conditions and adapted to their lifestyle habits. Esteem, respect, understanding and sensitivity all shape how our qualified and dedicated care staff deal with residents, thus creating a trusting and personal relationship. We believe we have the largest studios and 1-bedrooms in Contra Costa county, and the most-affordable rates. Each room has been remodeled with new bathrooms, to include new tile floors, walk-in shower, new vanity, and mirror. In addition, the main living area has new real hardwood floors.

About the Staff at Hillcrest Memory Care Living

All staff have been trained to meet or exceed the requirements set forth by the Department of Social Services and Community Care Licensing.

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Care Services

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Hillcrest Memory Care Living is known for

  • Alzheimer’s / Dementia support
  • End of life care

Hillcrest Memory Care Living also offers

  • Activities of Daily Living Assistance
  • Meal Preparation and Service
  • Coordination with Health Care Providers
  • Medication Management
  • Transportation Arrangement
  • 24-Hour Call System
  • 24-Hour Supervision
  • Mental Wellness Program
  • Respite Program
  • Diabetes Diet
  • Diabetes Care
  • Parkinsons Care
  • Special Dietary Restrictions
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment
  • Hospice Waiver
  • Dementia Waiver

Amenities & Features

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Hillcrest Memory Care Living is known for

  • High acuity care
  • Alzheimer’s / Dementia
  • Inviting neighborhood

Personal Space/Amenities

  • 1-Bedroom Apartments
  • Private Suites
  • Shared Room
  • Private Bathrooms
  • Air-conditioning
  • Telephone
  • Cable

Activities & other services

  • Move-In Coordination
  • Housekeeping & Linen Services
  • Scheduled Transportation (non-medical related)
  • Community-Sponsored Activities

Reviews

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By Bobak Radbin
Dec 10, 2015
I'm the Media Specialist at Seniorly. I visited this property to photograph the community and take some videos. I met the Tony the general manager when I visited, and he showed me around his community. The property is located in Antioch. They specialize in Alzheimer’s and dementia. They have been in business for about 17 years. The place was going through some construction and getting ready for some new renovations.
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Questions

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Tricia Mass
Apr 13, 2016
Uncle Unwilling to go to a home for care how do you handle situation.

1 Answer
Jacqueline Hatch
Apr 13, 2016
Tricia, thank you for reaching out to us! There are several strategies we suggest when someone you love is hesitant to go into a senior care home.&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>1. First, try having an open discussion with your uncle about his care needs as he ages. Allow him to express his concerns about moving into a home, and address each one as they come up. Take this time to also express your own concerns about your loved one aging in place. The home can be a dangerous place for seniors, and senior living can offer your loved one a safe environment, care supervision, and opportunities to make new friends as he ages.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>2. Get your loved one’s primary care physician involved in the discussion. He/she will be able to offer an objective opinion on the subject, backed by medical training and knowledge of your loved one’s physical and mental health. And your uncle may be more willing to listen to a senior housing recommendation coming from a doctor than anyone else.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>3. Talk to your uncle about considering a short-term stay in senior housing just for a week or two. This “try it before you buy it” approach will give him the chance to experience senior living without committing to a long-term situation. You may find that once he’s in the community, experiencing all they have to offer in terms of care support and socialization opportunities, your uncle’s opinion may change to be more in favor of senior housing.&nbsp; </div><div><br></div><div>4. If you have tried all of the above options and are still facing some hesitation, you may want to consider hiring a Geriatric Care Manager to assess the situation. This trained professional will be able to offer a third-party point of view that breaks down all possible options for your family and finds the best option for your uncle at this stage in his life. They will probably also point out that assisted living is more affordable than hiring 24-hour in-home care as your uncle’s care needs change over time.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Of course, if you would like more assistance from the Seniorly team, feel free to call or email us at any time. You can reach us at info@seniorly.com or (415) 570-4370. Thank you!</div>

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Guest User
Aug 31, 2016
Do the apartments at Hillcrest Memory Care Living have their own private bathrooms?

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Oct 01, 2016
Does Hillcrest Memory Care Living have private suites?

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Oct 19, 2016
Does Hillcrest Memory Care Living provide short-term respite care for seniors?

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