Residential Elder Care Facility Opens in Carlsbad
Aviara Manor is now open and accepting residents into its state-licensed residential elder care facility situated in the coastal city of Carlsbad, CA. Aviara Manor is an inviting approach to retirement providing comfort and independence in an upscale residence with the safety and security of round the clock support. The home contains elegant furnishings and beautiful spacious rooms creating peaceful and serene accommodations. A full recreational program is offered at Aviara Manor, including activities such as barbeques, outings, entertainment, music, computer classes, religious services, games, crafts, and more.
“We created Aviara Manor so seniors could live with the healthiest, safest, and most comfortable living accommodations possible,” says Aviara Manor administrator, CeCe Pallasch. ”Our staff is highly experienced and will serve every resident with understanding and tenderness. Our goal is to continuously grow and nurture life in a positive, healthy manner.”
Aviara Manor provides many conveniences for its residents including: furnished private and semi-private rooms; transportation/escort to medical appointments; supervision of medications; computer in study with high speed internet; scheduled social events; assistance with personal care needs, linen service and personal laundry service; home cooked meals including snacks and desserts; complete housekeeping services; 24 hour care and supervision; and emergency call systems in each room. The residence is also pet friendly.
Aviara Manor is located at 1683 Fisherman Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92011. Accommodation rates vary depending on such factors as room size and location, and any special care or services required. To inquire further about residency at Aviara Manor, please call CeCe Pallasch, at (760) 200-6309 or (760) 814-2438 or visit www.aviaramanor.com.
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