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CITY Tulare
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Page Reviewed / Updated – June 4, 2023

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Tulare, CA, is in the San Joaquin Valley, south of Fresno and north of Bakersfield. It has around 71,000 residents, and 8.5% of them are at least 65 years of age. This city may be an option for retirees seeking a relatively affordable, warm-weather home. Tulare’s cost of living is low for California, and its climate features 265 sunny days per year, while the national average is just 205. Another benefit for older residents is Tulare’s Senior Services department, which offers socializing opportunities, information and referrals.

The area’s medical facilities include Adventist Health Tulare, where seniors have 24/7 access to emergency care. They can also visit for medical imaging, surgery and other services. The Kaweah Health Medical Center is within reach of the region’s residents, too.

In Tulare, the average assisted living facility charges a monthly average of $4,350, per Genworth’s 2021 Cost of Care Survey. At $5,250, California’s statewide average is $900 higher, so Tulare offers significant savings. Tulare’s typical rate also comes in under the national average of $4,500.

Note: Data for Tulare was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Hanford, was used instead.

To help readers choose among senior care options, we’ve compiled the following list of the nine best assisted living facilities in the Tulare area.

Quail Park on Cypress

Quail Park on Cypress's surroundings are reminiscent of a park, and there are many nearby hotels where residents' visitors can stay. The community offers assisted living, independent living and memory care. Its staff, which is on hand 24/7, helps assisted living residents with mobility needs, medication management and personal hygiene. There is an enhanced assisted living program for seniors whose care requirements fall between traditional assisted living services and skilled nursing. In this program, staff members perform health monitoring and conduct hourly check-ins. Quail Park on Cypress has studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, plus cottages. Outside, there are two miles of walking paths. Dining and gathering areas are available indoors.

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Prestige Assisted Living at Visalia

Prestige Assisted Living at Visalia was an easy inclusion on this list because the California Department of Social Services has given it multiple deficiency-free awards. The community is near the Kaweah Health Medical Center and several shopping destinations. It offers memory care and assisted living, with the latter providing medication management and personal care support. To make life easier for residents, staff members handle cooking and cleaning as well as transportation to medical appointments. Seniors can choose a studio or one- or two-bedroom apartment, complete with kitchenette.

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  • Celebrations program focuses on six wellness categories
  • Short-term stays are an option

Park Visalia

Offering memory care and assisted living, Park Visalia is in a location that has a small-town feel but is near urban conveniences and cultural sites. One- and two-bedroom and studio apartments make up the assisted living accommodations. The apartments have private bathrooms and plentiful natural light. Among the staff-provided services are escorts to meals and aid with dressing and hygiene maintenance. For seniors with mild memory loss, the community's Silver Seeds program offers exercise opportunities and cognitively stimulating activities, all while participants remain in assisted living. When seniors want to unwind, they can do so by relaxing in the courtyard or joining a card game or other social activity.

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  • Staff schedules medical appointments
  • A licensed nurse responds to alerts from the emergency call system

Quail Park at Shannon Ranch

Quail Park at Shannon Ranch is within minutes of multiple pharmacies, parks and coffee shops. It earned placement on this list partly because the community's wellness director works with residents and their families to individualize service plans. Options for services include bathing, mobility and hygiene assistance, along with medication management and appointment scheduling. Another feature, the Wellness Pathways program, helps residents manage or avoid chronic conditions such as diabetes and congestive heart failure. Conveniently, physical and massage therapy are available in residents' apartments. The community has three dining areas and offers room service. For assisted living residents, studio and one- and two-bedroom units make up the apartment options.

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  • Has fitness equipment designed for older adults
  • All utilities except landline telephone service are included

Magnolia Park Assisted Living

Magnolia Park Assisted Living is near a variety of churches and shopping establishments. The community deserves recognition because it offers both a traditional assisted living service package and one for assisted living residents who are experiencing early cognitive decline. Seniors can also come here for independent living, respite or hospice care. By easing daily tasks and handling medication management, an always-on-hand care team helps residents according to their needs. The community's activities program gives residents chances to socialize, and an outdoor patio space and indoor common rooms offer spots to gather.

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  • Community's management team includes hospitality experts
  • Meal options adhere to different seniors' nutritional programs

Valley Christian Home

By offering meals and snacks that accommodate special dietary needs, Valley Christian Home makes sure its residents are fed well. Each living unit is equipped with a call button, allowing seniors in need to alert staff members, who are always on the premises. Residents' accommodations also have telephone and cable service. So that seniors have more time for relaxing or pursuing hobbies, the staff cleans their apartments and linens. Medication services and personal assistance are available as well. The activities program gives residents outlets such as playing games together, attending worship services and enjoying music.

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Palm Village Retirement Community

A nonprofit home for seniors, Palm Village Retirement Community welcomes residents seeking independent living, assisted living, memory care and nursing and rehabilitation. Its campus emphasizes natural scenery and is close to parks along Kings River. Around the clock, nursing professionals are on hand, and an emergency call system and security features help keep residents safe. Seniors can enjoy more leisure time thanks to the staff's culinary, laundry and housekeeping services. Though Palm Village Retirement Community is a faith-based community, adhering to a particular religion is not required for entry.

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  • Tiered care approach caters to seniors with changing needs
  • Has a chaplain and conducts religious services

Sierra View Homes Retirement Community

Because Sierra View Homes Retirement Community is near the Adventist Health Reedley hospital, residents don't have to go far for medical care. The community's assisted living units come in multiple sizes. Caregivers are on-site 24/7, offering help with personal tasks and performing chores such as housekeeping and laundry care. To make taking medications easier, the staff monitors medication regimens and provides assistance with ordering prescriptions. This is a faith-based community that hosts Christian services and gives residents access to a chaplain.

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The Harvest at Fowler

Thanks to its location in a residential neighborhood, The Harvest at Fowler has quiet surroundings, which drew our attention as we made this list. Residents can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere by strolling along walking paths and unwinding in a courtyard. Whenever the community's seniors need help with dressing, bathing and other personal tasks, caregivers are on hand to help. The staff also arranges transportation, allowing residents to reach medical appointments. The apartment selections consist of one- and two-room suites. Thanks to a gardening program and other activities, residents can choose from many fulfilling recreational options.

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  • Each apartment's bathroom has safety features
  • Staff conducts regular wellness reviews