HarborView Senior Assisted Living is a boutique assisted living home located next to downtown San Diego in the Uptown Banker’s Hills neighborhood. HarborView is dedicated to offering compassionate, individualized care and support services for residents living with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. We also promote the physical, social, and spiritual aspects of our residents’ lives. Our well-trained and considerate staff works around the clock in this charming Italian renaissance chateau.
We have undergone a transformation! In our recent renovation we wanted to preserve and honor the rich history and elegance of the home. We did so while improving the layout and functionality for use of our elderly residents. In doing so, we have created a more inviting atmosphere: promoting movement, cleanliness, function and form. Schedule a tour today to come experience the unique and timeless HarborView.
Residents enjoy “old-world charm” living accommodations with modern amenities, attractively furnished common areas and a charming outdoor area. Our living is casual and cozy, in a home environment, with luscious gardens and a view of San Diego Bay. We offer activities, fine dining, and individualized care for each of our residents.
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HarborView Senior Assisted Living is dedicated to offering the best possible care for those struggling with Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia. We also look after the physical, social, and spiritual aspects of our residents’ lives. We give optimal care for our seniors and their family members and we encourage partners of those struggling with Alzheimer’s or dementia to join their loved one in our home.
“Hi Jeff. Just wanted to tell you that your staff is amazing and so kind and caring. Dr. Moon is wonderful too. So grateful for all of you. Thank you!“
ANN, RESIDENT’S DAUGHTER
“You have impressed me not only as a family member, but also as a physician and a hospital administrator who has had to deal with terminally ill patients and families. Thank you for all you have done!“
It’s common for a person with Alzheimer’s disease to become restless, agitated, or anxious, causing them to become upset in certain places or environments. Situations that may lead to agitation include moving to a new [...]