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Simi Valley is not just a pleasant place to live for retirees but it is also a great place for families to settle close to a home where their parents, or loved ones may be living, while knowing that they are getting the best memory care.
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What Makes Simi Valley a Great Place to Retire?
Nestled in a valley in the Southeast corner of Ventura County, California, lies the small city of Simi Valley. The valley and the city fall under the same name, and the Santa Susana Mountain Range and the Simi Hills surround them.
The city has two main areas that drive its economy. In the Eastern part of the city the main industry is machinery and tools, and the metal industry dominates the Western side of Simi Valley.
There are a number of reasons why Simi Valley makes an excellent place for people to settle down and retire.
The weather is epitome of the beautiful Californian climate that we have all heard about. Summers are hot, and the maximum temperature is reached in August at a peak of about 96 degrees Fahrenheit. It rarely snows in the winter and the minimum temperature in December is an average of 29 degrees Fahrenheit. This almost perfect climate makes it a favorable retirement destination.
The parks and wildlife that surround the area are abundant, and many rare mammals are often seen around Simi Valley. Mountain lions, skunks, deer, black bears and coyotes can all be found, and it is a bird watchers paradise with hundreds of different species making Simi Valley their home.
There are a number of attractions for the older generation in Simi Valley from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum and the multitude of malls and cinemas, to public swimming pools and golf clubs for the more active members.
Crime is low in Simi Valley, and in 2013 the FBI found that it was the seventh safest city in the US. It was also ranked by the Vermont University as the fifth happiest city in the whole of the United States.
Memory Care Facilities in Simi Valley
There are a number of different facilities that cater for patients who suffer from the different stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
There are over 30 communities and homes that are geared specifically to look after patients with neurodegenerative diseases, and many of them offer different levels of care.
There are enclosed housing estates that offer basic care for patients in the early stages of Alzheimer’s who may only need a small level of care, as they are still fairly independent. The joy of these homes is that family members know that their loved ones are in place where they can be looked after should their condition deteriorate, or in case of an emergency.
There is also full time live in care homes that offer the highest level of supervision and treatment as possible. These homes are often small and intimate, and they offer a place for people in the worst stages of dementia to safely live without endangering themselves or others around them.