Continuing Life's® award-winning continuing care retirement communities have been helping seniors "Live Better and Live Longer" since 1991 and Stoneridge Creek is the latest Continuing Life® community to open. The company has redefined retirement living throughout the state of California with its management of thousands of senior living residences - and more on the way.
A strong foundation.
Based on the concept of a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), which offers senior housing and long-term care, Continuing Life® offers even more. Extending the idea of a CCRC in Northern California, Continuing Life® is a unique person-centered approach that takes the concept of wellness to a new level.
A philosophy. Designed around the ideas of Life in motion, Life in touch and Life in focus, Continuing Life® recognizes the importance of physical fitness, social interaction and intellectual stimulation. Add in maintenance-free living; healthful, delicious meals; plus quality services and amenities, and our residents are truly living happier and healthier.
A smart plan. Continuing Life® also means a full continuum of care from independent living to assisted living, nursing and memory support, that's available and included if ever needed. While maximizing financial security through predictable rates, Continuing Life® offers peace of mind, too.
Explore Continuing Life® in Pleasanton at Stoneridge Creek by scheduling a visit today. To discover what life is like at a Continuing Life Community, we invite you to visit our sister communities listed below. See for yourself by simply clicking on the communities' logos.
The largest Continuing Life® community, La Costa Glen is located in Carlsbad, California.
Morningside of Fullerton is a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) located in Fullerton, California.
University Village Thousand Oaks is a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) located in Thousand Oaks, California.
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