Alzheimer's Assisted Living San Diego

Assisted Living Facility for Alzheimer's Patients in San Diego

Alzheimers San Diego
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Alzheimer's Assisted Living Services

Our Alzheimer's Assisted Living Services

Stellar Care understands that caring for those with progressing dementia and Alzheimer’s desease comes with its own set of challenges and care tasks. It is our belief that our residents deserve personalized care and support, and to live a life with dignity and purpose

Alzheimer's Assisted Living
Trained Caregivers

Our caregivers are trained to provide assistance with Activities of Daily Living, or ADLs.

By meeting these daily needs, often with abundant encouragement, reassurance, and redirection, our residents are better able to enjoy their daily routine comfortably.

Alzheimer's Assisted Living Caregiver

Alzheimer's Assisted Living Activities of Daily Living

Alzheimer's Assisted Living Activities

Stellar Care prides itself on having a full schedule of activities for residents at various levels of their dementia.

Our Activities staff offer tailored activities for residents to engage in socialization and interaction to stimulate the mind and the body.

Alzheimer's Assisted Living Activities
Alzheimer's Assisted Living Outings

Alzheimer's Assisted Outings

The scheduled outings are wildly popular with our residents and often include ice cream trips, drives to the beach, and visits to some of San Diego’s most popular sights such as Balboa Park, Seaport Village, and Old Town San Diego.

Alzheimer's Assisted Living Activities feature:

Our Floor Plans

The Sunset Drive Room
Northern Exposure Suites
Spacious Bathrooms

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A Typical Week at Stellar Care

The Dementia Umbrella

Alzheimer's Disease Umbrella

Some people with frontotemporal dementia have dramatic changes in their personality that vary greatly from their natural disposition. They may become impulsive or emotionally indifferent, while others lose the ability to use language properly.

While these descriptions may be the most common forms and categories of dementia there are over 100 different types that can affect people in the aging population. Our caregivers and staff use the multitude of tools at our disposal to take care and enrich the lives of our residents.

Stellar Care is a non-medical facility. While we are experienced & specially trained in caring for those living with various Dementias, if you are concerned about a loved one, you should seek professional medical advice.

What is Dementia?

Dementia is the classification for any condition that changes an individual’s memory, thinking or reasoning.

What is Dementia?
What is Alzheimers Disease?

What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. As a progressive brain disease, it will get worse over time. Scientists believe the disease damages and kills nerve cells in various structures of the brain including plaques and tangles. Vascular dementia, frontotemporal, and Dementia with Lewy bodies are other common causes of Dementia.

What is Vascular Dementia?

Vascular dementia is caused by reduced blood flow to the brain and a reduction in vital nutrients. Symptoms often include a decline in thinking skills. A sudden change, such as a stroke, may be the cause of a major blockage or reduced blood flow. Vascular dementia is the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease.

What is Vascular Dementia?
What is Dementia with Lewy Bodies?

What is Dementia with Lewy Bodies?

What is Dementia with Lewy Bodies is another type of progressive dementia where an excess of protein damages brain cells. Warning signs can include hallucinations and sleep problems. related to buildup of a protein called alpha-synuclein that damages brain cells.

What is Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) ?

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is not just one condition, but multiple disorders leading to deterioration. Cell degeneration in the frontal and temporal lobes can lead to personality changes varying extremely from the person’s natural disposition. It can also cause degeneration in conversational situations, and they may become impulsive or emotionally detached.

What is Frontotemporal Dementia?

Source: Alzheimer’s Association

The terms “dementia” & “Alzheimer’s” are usually used interchangeably, however, in the industry we know that not only are there very important distinctions between the two but there are additional important distinctions between the over 100+ types of dementia that someone can be diagnosed with.

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Our Amenities

Studios & Community
Dementia Care Professionals
On-Site 24/7
Freshly Prepared Meals Three Times Daily
Nutritious & Delicious Snacks Throughout the Day
Housekeeping, Laundry, and Linen Service
Emergency Response System in Studios and Bathrooms
Beauty Salon and Barbershop On-Site
Television + Cable Package Included

Our Services

Memory Care

Our experienced staff provides a structured environment where residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias can thrive with set routines.

Club Stellar

Residents who are early on in the progression of their dementia or Alzheimer’s disease may be eligible for our Club Stellar program and special rate.


Our staff prepares nutritious meals three times a day, featuring in-season fruits and vegetables, homemade soups, and diabetic options.


The Stellar Care activities staff curates tailored activities, field trips, and programs for all residents at various levels in the progression of their dementia.