I would like to move into a senior community in Pleasanton, near where my family lives, but I would also like to be close to a senior center to stay involved in local activities. Do you know of any communities that fit this description? And how can I get in contact with someone about my options?

Asked by: Deborah Burstyn |Posted on: February,22 | Viewed: 278 times

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Thanks for asking us! The Seniorly platform has some great options for you that fit this description. We would recommend that you search for communities near the Pleasanton Senior Center on Sunol Blvd. They feature recreational activities, special events, community excursions, volunteer opportunities and more that can help you stay active and engaged as you age! And while senior living communities do offer a wide range of their own activities to residents, it's great that you want to stay immersed in the local community in this way. 

In order to find your community options on our website, simply sign up with a free account on Seniorly. On our homepage, you can input your preferred area, your time frame for moving, etc. 
Our "Carefinder" tool will then guide you through the process of finding senior care that suits your needs. On our "Profiles" page, you will see a list of communities that fit your criteria and you can click on the community name to view photos, a virtual tour, inspection reports, and more! 
To get in contact with someone on the Seniorly Team about your senior housing options, just email us at ask@seniorly.com or call us at (415) 570-4370. Our Family Coordinators would be happy to discuss your care needs and connect you with great community options in your area. 
We truly care about finding a community where you will feel at home, and remain happy and engaged as you age. So feel free to reach out to us whenever you're ready. The Seniorly Team is here to help!


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