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At An Everlasting Spring, we pride ourselves in providing a higher level of assisted living care to our resident seniors 55 years and older. Nestled in the rolling hills of Thousand Oaks, California, our facility consists of four well-appointed homes in quiet, park-like residential neighborhoods. With twenty-two private bedrooms (many with private bathrooms) and one shared bedroom, we provide exceptional assisted living care and accommodations to families looking for a higher quality of life for their senior.
An Everlasting Spring is also conveniently located near hospitals and parks, and we are licensed to provide specialized care to ambulatory, non-ambulatory, memory challenged and residents under any Hospice program. Our supervisory staff are in constant communication with families and care providers.
We are staffed 24 hours a day with more caregivers per resident than the industry norm. Our state licensed administrators are always present to provide the outstanding senior care your loved one deserves. Our staff are exceptional with their personal approach to residents.
Everlasting Springs is more than an assisted living center - it's a happy community. It offers great ammenities such as and . One of the highest rated facilities in Thousand Oaks, California, Everlasting Springs is centrally located, making it easily accessible for visitors and close to fine dining and shopping areas - a draw if you or your loved one likes to get out and about! Everlasting Springs offers retiring seniors a comfortable home, top-notch health care services, and attractive amenities - all at a surprisingly affordable price. Residents at Everlasting Springs are happy, healthy, and right at home - after all it's one of the best assisted living facilities in the country.
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