Vi at Palo Alto
Retirement community in San Francisco, California
Vi at Palo Alto is a luxury senior community located in the heart of San Francisco.
They offer a continuum of care service – from customized assisted living, to skilled nursing or memory care support.
Assisted Living care includes assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, grooming, dressing, eating, as well as medication monitoring and administration. Wellness programs include physical fitness, daily social events, and regular health check-ups.
Skilled nursing care at Vi offers residents with a private care suite and personalized treatment from licensed nurses. They offer both short-term rehab care and long-term skilled nursing care.
Skilled Nursing ADLs: dressing, grooming, eating, mobility and bathing
Vi at Palo Alto also specializes in Memory Care for residents with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Overall Rating: ★★★★★
Health Inspection: ★★★★☆
Staff Rating: ★★★★★
Resident Care: ★★★★★
Vi at Palo Alto
LUXURY SENIOR CARE,
Designed for people 55+ and in good health, but like the benefits of an exclusive retirement community.
Regular assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) within a traditional senior apartment.
SKILLED NURSING CARE
Similar to nursing homes, skilled nursing facility (or SNF) has “skilled” nurses for chronic disease or disabilities.
DEMENTIA & MEMORY CARE
Personalized care for those with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Equipped with safeguards for wanderings.
Additional: Occupational & Speech Therapy, Physical Rehab, Wound Management
Vi at Palo Alto Costs
** Estimated $7,350 per month.
|Entrance Fee||Monthly Fee|
|One Bedroom||$837,100 – 1,214,000||$5,310 – 6,440|
|One Bedroom + Den||$1,263,800 – 1,324,300||$6,580 – 7,120|
|Two Bedroom||$1,350,000 – 1,857,800||$7,170 – 7,870|
|Two Bedroom + Den||$2,125,700 – 2,994,500||$8,760 – 9,590|
|Three Bedroom + Den||$4,660,600 – 5,275,100||$12,040|
|Second Person Fee||$40,000||$2,570|
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Is the entrance fee mandatory?
Residents pay a one-time entrance fee. It’s common among continuing care retirement community (CCRC) and helps keep the long-term monthly fee affordable.
What does continuing care mean?
CCRC (or Life Plan Community) means residents have access to upgraded care – from independent living to assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and other care services at little to no additional costs.
Do they accept Medicare or Medicaid?
The medicare.gov profile shows that Vi at Palo Alto accepts Medicare, but not Medicaid.
What is the resident capacity for skilled nursing?
This facility has 44 certified beds (medicare.gov) and 388 senior apartments/condos.