Welcome to Northridge Senior Living
Welcome to Pacifica Senior Northridge, our beautiful, safe and friendly community of quality caregivers, well trained professionals, and most importantly, satisfied residents. Located in the Greater Los Angeles Area, our community offers a full spectrum of assisted living and memory care services administered by a specifically trained, caring and experienced staff.
We are proud of the outstanding reputation we’ve earned. It's a reputation built on strong values, a solid work ethic and the best care and outside medical services available. At Pacifica Senior Living Northridge, you will enjoy retirement lifestyle provided in a stunning setting; a lifestyle rich with services, amenities and endless possibilities.
Let us tailor our care options to fit you unique needs.
At Pacifica Senior Living Northridge, residents have many choices when it comes to filling their days—which is attractive to seniors seeking a comfortable, stylish, intimate senior care community. Our community graciously offers well-appointed private accommodations. We offer dementia specific activity programs, nutritious and delicious meals and snacks, scheduled transportation, extensive social activities, and the convenience of weekly housekeeping.
You’ve taken care of others and worried about their welfare—now it’s time to relax and let someone else start looking out for you. We invite you to contact our Pacifica Senior Living Northridge community to learn how you can experience the best in active senior living.
Music & Memory Program
At Pacifica Senior Living Northridge, we are proactive in caring for our residents with dementia. We participate in the Music and Memory Program, in which residents who have dementia listen to music, chosen by family members, at least once a day. An iPod, equipped with a personalized musical playlist is helping seniors suffering from dementia with wonderful results.
Pacifica Senior Living Northridge in the News:
Stacie Dawes, Community Relations Director at Pacifica Northridge and also a licensed Marriage Family Therapist, worked closely with Dr. Josh Grill, an assistant Neurology professor at the University of California, Los Angeles and neuroscientist at Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at UCLA to bring the program to Pacifica.