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Congratulations, Pacifica Senior Living Hemet!

Mar 3, 2021 9:36:56 AM / by Pacifica Senior Living posted in Community Spotlight, Awards


Pacifica Senior Living Hemet is an award-winning senior living community in Hemet, CA with a dedicated staff providing care to residents in our Assited Living and Memory Care programs. We work every day to ensure the comfort and care of our residents while always offering a sense of independence and fun built around life-enriching activities and the 24-hour service that is the foundation for our success. 

And it is this atmosphere, lifestyle, and compassionate care that has made us the recipient of a Top Rated of 2020 Award, to join the many other awards we’ve received, such as the Best of 2020 Award and the Best in Senior Living 2020 award, among many others. And we are proud to showcase the effort we take in building more than a place for our residents to live—that we truly work to make Pacifica Senior Living Hemet a home for each and every one of our residents.

To top it off, our community contains homey and comfortable amenities for our residents to enjoy. From three chef-prepared meals served daily and our on-site beauty salon, to our putting green to pracice your short game, our walking paths to enjoy the gorgeous California weather, and our relaxing fireside living room, there is always something to do while living at Pacifica Hemet. We are here to do more than just care for your loved ones—we are here to fill their lives with happiness and fun, to build a community that they will love being a part of while they’re our neighbor.

As a part of the Pacifica Senior Living family, we want to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to the staff and residents at Pacifica Senior Living Hemet who have come together to make it an award-winning community for yet another year, and for setting a fantastic example that all parts of our family can draw inspiration from. 

Congratulations Hemet family! You’ve more than earned it!

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This Year We Walk Everywhere

Mar 3, 2021 9:32:09 AM / by Pacifica Senior Living posted in Resident Spotlight, Community Spotlight, Pacifica Senior Living Communities


When you participate in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s you are part of a mission and team that spreads across the country. Just like everything else in the world at this time, The Walk to End Alzheimer’s may look a little different, but it will go on with the same commitment to ending Alzheimer’s that we’ve always had and always will have. But, with the changes to the world in mind, The Walk to End Alzheimer’s this year will be a mobile walk where participants will join via computer or tablet. The event will still consist of the opening ceremony, speakers, sponsor spotlights, promise garden ceremony, countdown to step off, and of course, the walk itself.

In the last two years, the Pacifica family has raised over $83,000 for this, and we are looking to beat our high water mark of $45,500 raised in 2019, so, we encourage you to walk wherever you are—home, work, neighborhood, park—wherever your favorite venue may be. Walk with your team. There is even a walk app so you can experience all the mission moments as you walk. Each Pacifica Senior Living community will be participating in their own unique way that works for that individual community. To start a walk team, join a walk team, donate, find out date of your local walk, or even just find out location of the promise garden, visit the Walk to End Alzheimer's offical page. If you would like to donate to your local Pacifica Senior Living Walk to End Alzheimer’s team, please reach out to your closest Pacifica Senior Living community and join us in raising money for this worthy cause.

Though we don't have pictures from this year's walk, see the good our Pacifica family has helped to do in 2019 with our participation in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. We're so proud of every resident, staff member, caregiver, family member, friend, even dogs, who walked with us to help find an end to this horrible disease.

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