Palo Alto Commons offers assisted living services at a community located in Palo Alto, California. We welcome residents aged 55 years and older. Our purpose-built community was constructed to provide residents with specialized care to meet every aspect of their day to day needs. In addition to assistance with happenings of daily living, we offer regularly scheduled off-site experiences and trips. We want residents to have access to everything they require, both inside and outside of our community. We don’t expect you to move in without your beloved pet, so we allow dogs and cats in private rooms. Loved ones are able to visit you, hassle-free, with our free guest parking. If you’d like to learn more about what Palo Alto Commons can do for you, give a Senior Living Advisor a call!
We provide a dining experience with a personal chef and kitchen staff who prepare three meals a day. Our dining area is very special, with glass ceilings which allow the sun's healing rays in while you enjoy a meal. In addition to proper nutrition, we have specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical well-being. Our community offers a healthy-living program for cognitive, dietary, and physical health to ensure community members live their best and healthiest lives. For residents who are reluctant to participate in social or recreational activities, we offer positive and stimulating alternatives. Some of the personal offerings we provide include:
A dedicated concierge in the lobby
Laundry and dry cleaning
Nearby offsite devotional services
Living Options and Amenities
We offer studio and one-bedroom units for members who would like a place of solace and relaxation. First floor units are available for members with limited mobility issues. Let us know what your preferences are and we will accommodate!
Care Types Offered
Palo Alto Commons is a residential care facility for the elderly (RCFE), which in the state of California is a housing arrangement for persons 60 years or older where supervision and personal care is provided based on the needs of the members. These facilities are also known as assisted living facilities and board and care facilities. A residential care facility may provide care for residents with dementia or Alzheimer’s.