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Best Assisted Living Facilities in Thousand Oaks, CA

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115 Thames Street,, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 Rating

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5.0 (9)
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Brio Manor caters to Thousand Oaks residents who are considering assisted living. It is less than a mile away from Los Robles Hospital and offers private and semi-private rooms. Its staff is licensed to take care of memory-challenged, ambulatory, and non-ambulatory residents under any hospice program. Its services include bathing, grooming, medication management and monitoring, laundry, and housekeeping. The administrator of Brio Manor, Johneil Briones, started to become invested in helping the elderly after his father suffered a heart attack.

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142 W.Columbia Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 Rating

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Norma J's Home for the Elderly provides senior care services and amenities for clients in Thousand Oaks. It has two decades of experience in assisting with daily living activities, including meal preparation, transportation, housekeeping, and laundry. Its amenities include furnished rooms, handicapped access, wireless internet access, cable TV, and electronic alarm systems on gates and doors for security. The facility is located close to the Oaks Mall, the Los Robles Hospital, restaurants, churches, and senior recreational facilities.

190 E Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 Rating

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5.0 (19)
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3.9 (9)

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Hillcrest Royale is a family-owned and family-operated retirement community providing services to Thousand Oaks and the surrounding areas. Its assisted living services help guide retired seniors with their daily activities. It also provides comfort and convenience to residents by offering meals and snacks that fit the nutrition needs of individuals. It also has a 20-seat passenger bus that transports residents to their medical and non-medical appointments. Hillcrest Royale is available for various activities, such as group crosswords, card games, musicals, swing dancing, and knitting and crochet classes.

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4264 Colibri Court, Moorpark, CA 93021 Rating

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Enduring Oaks Assisted Living caters to the needs of residents in Thousand Oaks and its neighboring areas. It offers daily or weekly living assistance and care to the elderly and those undergoing rehabilitation, as well as sick and recovering individuals. The facility’s team of professionals handles an assortment of personalized services, including meal preparation, supervision, hygiene support, and cleaning. Enduring Oaks’ caregivers aim to develop caring relationships with clients through companionship and providing one-on-one attention.

Compare our Top Assisted Living Facilities

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Navita Residences Thousand Oaks
2024 Young Ave, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Brio Manor
115 Thames Street,, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Norma J's Home for the Elderly
142 W.Columbia Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Hillcrest Royale
190 E Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Enduring Oaks Assisted Living
4264 Colibri Court, Moorpark, CA 93021


  • How is assisted living different from a nursing home?

    Nursing homes are for people who require round-the-clock care, while assisted living facilities are for those who need some help, but are also capable of managing some of their daily activities on their own. Nursing homes are more expensive, and may look more like a clinic or hospital rather than a home.

  • What are Activities of Daily Living or "ADLs"?

    You’ll hear about ADLs, or Activities of Daily Living, when you’re researching assisted living facilities. These are the basic tasks that we undertake each day, such as dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting, and walking. Not being able to do several of the ADLs is a sign that you or your loved one should consider moving to an assisted living facility.

  • Do I pay for assisted living on a monthly basis?

    Usually, yes. You should receive a statement each month that indicates the base fee (the rent you're paying for your space) along with a services fee, which covers the time spent by staff members helping the resident with their ADLs.

  • Are there low-cost options for assisted living facilities?

    HUD (U.S. Housing and Urban Development) has a program called Section 202 that provides supportive housing for very low-income elders, and your local agency for the elderly will have information on state and regional programs.

  • Am I allowed to keep my car at an assisted living facility?

    Probably, but you will need to talk to the facility to find out what its rules are for residential driving. There may be an additional parking fee required. If you do not drive, your facility should be able to offer rides to shopping and health care appointments.

  • Do assisted living facilities allow pets?

    They may — you will need to ask if your pet is allowed. Cats are often fine, but there may be restrictions on large dog breeds or on the number of pets that are allowed.

  • What happens if the resident’s health declines after they are in an assisted living facility?

    Many assisted living facilities include several levels of care, so if declining health means that more care is required, they can stay where they are, although the cost will increase. You can also consider hiring a private duty nurse or moving the resident to a more comprehensive care nursing home.