About Park Vista
Park Vista Senior Living is a locally owned and operated assisted living community located in the heart of beautiful Thousand Oaks, California. Nestled in a prestigious rural neighborhood and overlooking Thousand Oaks Community Park, Park Vista offers an ideal location with access to shops, restaurants, churches, synagogues and endless social and educational activities.
Our four newly built, custom homes were specifically designed with seniors in mind. With open floor plans and big windows with beautiful views, each home is furnished with new appliances, granite countertops and state of the art technology.
Park Vista offers 24 hour care without losing that “home” feel. Every resident is assessed by an Administrator so that we can customize a care and service plan to meet their needs. With a personally tailored care plan, our assisted living residents can continue to enjoy their new home and the social and recreational opportunities within the Park Vista community.
Looks like home, feels like family!
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring my own furniture?
Yes, all residents of Park Vista can bring their own furnishings.
Can I bring my pet?
Yes, Park Vista offers pet-friendly rooms. Park Vista reserves the right to evaluate each pet to insure safety for all residents. There will be a pet deposit of $500 due prior to moving in.
Can I smoke in the community and/or in my personal residence?
No, Park Vista is a non-smoking community.
How do I know if an assisted living community is right for me?
Assisted living is best for seniors who require help with certain everyday tasks, such as meal time, taking medication, bathing, getting dressed and transportation. Park Vista Senior Living offers a unique combination of independence and tailored care plans. Because assisted living needs vary from resident to resident, each person is assessed prior to move in so that we can establish an individualized service plan, which details their care needs and preferences.
Are there financial options available to make senior care more affordable?
Many state and federal programs offer financial assistance for certain senior living expenses. For instance, both veterans and their spouses may be eligible to receive help with assisted living costs through “Aid and Attendance.” Some Long-Term Insurance Policies may also cover part or all of the costs for assisted living care. Medicare will not cover assisted living, but will handle the costs for home health agencies to care for their patients who are in assisted living. This can include nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy, as well as diabetes and insulin management. Medicaid is the foremost government assistance program paying for long term care for people who can't afford it on their own.