Lilly’s Villa II is nestled in the beautiful neighborhood hills, above La Jolla. Located minutes away from Mt. Soledad National Veteran’s Memorial, the beautiful Pacific Ocean, and downtown La Jolla. Our home is spacious and beautiful with a well-manicured yard and lovely patio with a raised vegetable garden for residents’ enjoyment.
Lilly’s Villa II is warm and inviting. Our commitment is to provide our community with a needed service of personalized care in a residential setting that is high quality and professional. We offer an alternative to the institutional environment of a nursing home and the large assisting living companies by providing ample space for comfort, intimacy and specialized care.
We are a small 6 beds Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) which enables a great deal of one-on-one interaction with our compassionate staff. Our senior assisted living home takes pride in catering to clients by offering an environment that feels as close to their home as possible. We protect the dignity, individuality and privacy of each of our residents, while striving to support and maintain their independence with the highest quality of life.
We provide excellence in care, loving attention, and support for seniors who are no longer able to live safely alone. Our services take into consideration the complex care that is often necessary for the frail elderly, aged, or disabled. The experienced staff is eager to provide personal assistance with mobility, dressing, bathing, dining and administration of medications. Three healthy, well-balanced meals are served each day along with snacks between meals, seven days a week.
We also welcome individuals suffering from memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. We welcome you to learn more about our lovely community and more about how we can provide a welcome and loving environment for you or your family.
California Health & Safety Code 1569.39 allows acceptance and retention of residents with prohibited health conditions defined in Title 22 section 87615
For facility to accept and retain these conditions, medical professional must order home health or evaluation for hospice, and a care or service plan is required if facility accepts or retains individuals with prohibited health conditions. The plan can or may include a turning/repositioning schedule, feeding schedule, universal precautions, suctioning schedule, safety precautions, and other interventions the medical professional believes necessary for resident safety and comfort.
If your love one requires a higher skill level, such as mentioned above, please feel free to contact us for more information.
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