Resident Perspective

There’s no one better to tell you what Casa is really like than the people who live here.

“Instead of cooking, cleaning, making the bed, etc., I swim, do chair yoga, walk, sing, play games, read, socialize, attend plays, musical performances and other events, volunteer, and participate in committees. I actually have to make time to sleep!”

Jo McB.

“I didn’t want the kids to worry about me. And they don’t! It’s safe and secure here, and I don’t have the worries of taking care of the house. Casa is carefree living - and I feel spoiled. There’s always something to do here, too, which keeps you moving and happy. It was definitely the right thing for me to do.”

Rose M.

“I was reluctant to make a change, at first. I thought my life was pretty good. My daughter thought it would be a good idea for me to consider a senior living community, in case I got to a place in life where I needed care. She found Casa. I was hesitant, but I have to say that this is the probably the best decision I ever made. I paint. I go on art appreciation trips to museums – there’s even a college professor who comes here to teach. I love the friendliness of the people, too.”

Marlene M.

“We had a condo in Mission Valley and were very happy there. My wife, Kay, brought up the idea of a retirement community so that we could be independent, go our own way, but have the care we needed. So, we made a list of pros and cons of all the places we visited, and it was obvious that Casa would be the place. We liked knowing that services would be here if we needed them. And we did – I had leg surgery and I didn’t have to stay in a hospital. The nursing staff here was great. I’m glad we made the decision to come here.”

Jim D.

“We tell the kids, ‘We’re taken care of. You live your lives.’ They don’t have to worry if I get a bad cold. Wellness is checking on me, bringing me food. They go the extra steps to take care of us. They say they take care of everything here – and they do! I tell my friend that if she lived at Casa, she would feel so safe. Here, you know they’re trustworthy. You’ll be safe, comfortable, happy. It’s wonderful to live here!”

Donna P.

“Everything that’s part of your ‘outside’ life is part of your life here. People tutor for kids at the local school. There’s gardening, dancing, live bands, a citrus garden, poker, bridge, Bible studies, exercise classes. The people who use the woodshop make toys for kids – last year they made and donated 750 toys to Toys for Tots.”

Gary S.

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