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- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Nurses on Staff
- Podiatrist Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Homecare Onsite
About Integrated Care Communities B2- Moreno Valley, CA
ICARE offers unparalleled care for the frail elderly. We can accommodate individuals with: Parkinson’s, diabetes, dialysis, incontinence, cancer, hospice, chronic arthritis, chronic pain, wheelchair dependency, cardiac and hypertension problems, blindness, hearing loss, and other chronic medical conditions.
Integrated Care Communities is proud to be an Alzheimer’s Association Safe Return registration site and Alzheimer’s Association support group affiliate. In two buildings dedicated to early and late stages are 36 beds providing specific care for those suffering from cognitive impairment, memory deficiency, Alzheimer’s and related dementias.
Located on the grounds of Riverside University Health System - Medical Center, Moreno Valley, CA 92555
The city of Moreno Valley is located in Riverside County, California. Native-born citizens, with a median age of 23.5, were generally younger than residents born outside of the city, with a median age of 45.3. But people in Moreno Valley, CA are getting getting older. In 2014, the average age of all Moreno Valley, CA residents was 29.3.
There are 432 listed Assisted Living housing communities in Moreno Valley, California. All these facilities offer different levels of care and security. They also feature various floor plans and amenities to make assisted living as comfortable as possible.
Moreno Valley, California, gets 10 inches of rain per year. The US average is 39. Snowfall is 0 inches. The average US city gets 26 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 23. On average, there are 272 sunny days per year in Moreno Valley, California. The July high is around 93 degrees. The January low is 40.
The crime data reveals that the overall Moreno Valley, CA crime rates are 13% higher than in comparison to the California mean and are 19% higher than the nation's mean.
A great rainy day venue if you are in Moreno Valley, Round 1 Entertainment has everything you need to keep you entertained. The choices here are almost endless, and you can enjoy activities such as bowling, ping pong, and darts, billiards, and more. You can also indulge in a spot of karaoke, or there are old fashioned arcade games that can be enjoyed by all the family. There are also food and drink options available on site.
The Western Science Center is dedicated to all things science related in the Moreno Valley area, and you will find a variety of amazing artifacts here like fossils. Many of the exhibits here were found in the surrounding area like Diamond Valley Lake, and there is also a mastodon here named ˜Max' as well as a Colombian mammoth called ˜Xena'.
The March Field Air Museum is dedicated to educating visitors on the importance of flight. To that end, you will be taken on a journey from the past until the present, and there are a huge range of exhibits that will help to do just that. The facility is operated by docents who are experts in their field and there are more than 70 different aircraft on display here.
Diamond Valley Lake offers gorgeous vistas in the Moreno Valley area and is covered with a series of trails that allow you to experience this for yourself. The trails can all be hiked or biked. Some of the trails will take you into the surrounding hills, while others skirt around the shores of the lake. In addition to the actual lake itself, you will also find an east dam area which has a range of amenities such as a swimming pool and ball fields.
The Orange Empire Railway Museum is home to the largest collection of locomotives in the entire west of the United States, so if you are a train enthusiast or just want to learn more about the collection here then don't miss the chance to check out this attraction. The pieces here date from as far back as the 1870s and you can expect to find streetcars, electric cars, freight cars, and passenger trains all under one roof.
The Moreno Valley Veterans Memorial dates from 2007 and is known in the area for its signature star-shaped design. The memorial also features large granite pillars onto which the names of servicemen who were killed in battle have been carved. In the middle of the monument sits a statue in the shape of a cross that is made of bronze and dedicated to the ˜Fallen Soldier'. Next to the memorial are graceful olive trees as well as a rose garden that is perfect for a relaxing afternoon stroll in the late afternoon.
Ya'i Heki' is actually a Native American word in Cahuilla language which can be translated as ˜Home of the Wind.'This museum is dedicated to the history of the indigenous inhabitants of this area.
Moreno Valley Mall is one of the premium shopping spaces in Moreno Valley and is split over two levels of shopping and dining options.Here you will find a theater that has 16 different screens as well as resident department stores and smaller niche shops. There are a wealth of dining options here including a food court, and the entire mall spans 87 acres, so whatever you are looking for you will doubtless find it here.
Lasselle Sports Park covers over 12 acres of land and has everything you could want if you like sports and want to do something active while you are in Moreno Valley. To that end, the park has football and soccer fields as well as track areas and picnic facilities.
Box Springs Mountain lies to the northwest of Moreno Valley and is loved by locals for its gorgeous natural scenery. The mountain has a vast array of wildlife and if you come here you can see a wide variety of species such as mountain, deer, and burros, and there are also signature eucalyptus trees that dot the desert landscape.
There are more than 30 golf courses in Moreno Valley leaving golf enthusiasts spoilt for choice.