Vintage Burbank - Burbank, CA

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • 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
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Homecare Onsite
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

Mom liked it here

We liked this community while mom was living here. The food was good and they offered some nice amenities. The staff here were friendly and helpful. Unfortunately mom was no longer able to care for herself so she needed to move into another place.

The Perfect Fit For My Sister

My sister is doing very well and it content and very happy here. She says it is the perfect place for her. It is a large community with 8 levels and with many people to meet. I am very grateful for the community and glad it worked out for my sister. This is also a convenient place for me to visit her.

Nice Place But Kitchen Troubles

I helped my aunt choose Vintage at Burbank and she's been there now for several months. I have been a bit surprised to learn, after the fact, that despite the high cost of this place, the people who live there have pretty much no say in the food they are served. Not that you can make everyone happy all the time, but the chef or whoever makes the grocery list apparently pays much attention to any of the ongoing requests of the tenants. For $5K or 6K a month, you'd think you could get toast on the bread you want or asking for some other kind of fish instead of Talapia (which incidentally has the LEAST nutritional value of all the fishes).

I know that many elderly people have issues with their diets and a loss of appetite is common, so this really is not a small thing. I have another relative at The Village at Northridge and the food options there are amazing. Similar cost as well, so maybe we will be making that change for my aunt if they continue to be unwilling to hear from their tenants.

Really liked the room sizes...

Really liked the room sizes. But it's right by the hospital and a lot of sirens and building noise. The staff was great and residents seemed happy.

May be too big. Dad prefer...

May be too big. Dad prefers smaller complex.

Vintage Burbank

Vintage Burbank has a very warm and friendly atmosphere. The physical layout looks more like an upscale hotel than a senior living center. The staff does a wonderful job assisting the residents and planning lots of activities. I was impressed with their dining room which is run more like a restaurant - there is a menu with lots of choices for the residents. I looked a 5-6 places before deciding that this home was the best place for my mother.

A Place for a Daughter too!

Vintage Burbank has the luxury of a five star hotel crossed with the fun of a college dorm. I toured the facility with my brother and neither of us would want our mother anywhere else.

Couldn't fulfill selling points.

Vintage is a lovely place, great food and nice caregivers. But, I put my husband in dementia floor, "Recollections". Sales team told me he be looked in on every 15 min at night as he gets up a lot and has balance and hallucination problems. This didn't happen--2 people can't watch 22 residents and check that often. Also, they said he would have a mat by his bed to inform them if he got up--that didn't happen. They were not always doing the activity on the schedule--the stimulation we wanted him to have. While it's a nice environment, I realized that my husband needs more one on one care than they could provide. It just wasn't a match for him. We moved him home after one month. They were more than fair with the moving-out settlement and they were improving on some of my complaints.

Terrible Communication

That was a nightmare. There was a lot of turnover of staff. The executive staff doesn't really give a crap about the residents and their communication skills were horrible. Something would get broken or lost and there's no notification so when I go to visit and I ask about it all they can say is "I don't know."

They lost her glasses a couple of times and her dentures once - stuff that was important to living they were negligent with and I didn't appreciate that. The staff in general, I just didn't really like that I had to deal with them.

The food is very budget oriented. The floor she lived on was for people with memory loss and it's like they got the crap food. They ate spaghetti everyday and soup. The people downstairs got hamburgers and different things. It's like they gave preferential treatment because they were cognizant of what they were eating.

Friendly and Willing Staff, Some Organization Issues

It's working out good. My mom's there and she's just moved in and is trying to get settled. So far it's going well. She was getting a little bit swollen because she was eating too much salt so we're trying to get a low salt diet set up. It's been taking a little while. They're not quite on the ball with that. My mom has asked for a bowl of fruit with breakfast and sometimes it never comes. I've been there when it takes them a really long time to get things. So it doesn't seem 100% organized but everyone's very friendly and willing. I talked to them and it turns out we need something from the doctor in writing to get the low salt diet which we were never told. We're getting it worked out. it's not the end of the world.

Didn't like the location it...

Didn't like the location itself, in the middle of flat Burbank. Something closer to the hills would be better

newly remodelled, nice views, people ...

newly remodelled, nice views, people were doing activities; fancy movie theatre, in Burbank - far from Kaiser; large facility up to 100+ people when full; memory care floor;

Spoke with the director. Very nice pl...

Spoke with the director. Very nice place. New this year. Nr. St Josephs Med Ctr. Great location for Mom to relocate to. $4000+/mo. Only 4 residents in the Alz unit so far.

Top choice, rooms great, location goo...

Top choice, rooms great, location good and residents are younger more active... staff is very nice...

Perfect interior, strange location. ...

Perfect interior, strange location. My dad likes it. Great food and staff. Not clear what the community is really like although everyone we met was really great.

We drove by here. High rise environme...

We drove by here. High rise environment like an urban hospital complex. Views of Providence Hospital and Forest Lawn. Might be nice inside, didn't go in, but geographical situation is depressing.

no bp checks. unable to handle mom's ...

no bp checks. unable to handle mom's needs

Toured with the director and loved th...

Toured with the director and loved the place

We have been to visit this wonderful ...

We have been to visit this wonderful place

From the Community

Welcome to Vintage Burbank! Independent Senior Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care in the beautiful Burbank, California.

Make yourself at home at Vintage Burbank in Burbank, California. It’s an upscale yet friendly, flexible environment that celebrates your individuality and nurtures your soul. We recognize that each new resident has a unique lifestyle. So we’ve tailored solutions to match: Independent Living, for our most active seniors.

Assisted Living, when you need a helping hand.

Memory Care, special care for those with memory challenges e.g. Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Short Term Care, for a respite or recovery period.

Serving Burbank, The Studios / Entertainment Industry, Glendale, Universal Studios Hollywood, the Bob Hope Airport area and more.

All options include: A safe, secure environment, compassionate, capable staff, busy days, rewarding activities, 3 chef prepared meals daily, scheduled transportation for errands, medical appointments and field trips and friendly people and a sense of community.

For someone looking to make the most of their senior years, the Vintage Burbank community may be just what they're looking for- especially if they enjoy the vibrant character of the city life. Travel in any direction and Burbank's reputation as "media capital of the world" is open for discovery. And when residents return home again to Vintage Burbank, they'll find the quiet serenity, comfortable sociability and diverse activities that make life interesting and rewarding at any age. Shopping and extensive fine dining are nearby, as well as two major malls. Just minutes away is Magnolia Park area, founded in 1923, which features an abundance of charming and eclectic shops. Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center and the full resources of the greater Los Angeles area also near.