The Lodges at Ada's Vineyard
The Lodges at Ada's Vineyard
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The Lodges at Ada's Vineyard

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The Lodges at Ada’s Vineyard are the premier residential care facilities on the Central Coast. Nestled in a peaceful vineyard just a few miles from Paso Robles, the twin care homes of Monterey Lodge and Mission Lodge resemble elegant hotels and are the ultimate in assisted retirement living.

The facilities combine a homelike atmosphere with state of the art wireless monitoring for safety, security and care. Wireless monitoring and pagers for staff allow security and ease of access for daily living assistance. It also keeps our facility quiet, without annoying or distracting overhead pages or ringing bells. Call systems are personal, with both “watch” and necklace styles available.  Call systems are also present in all bathrooms and can be placed at bedsides as needed. Residential care facility staff are available twenty four hours per day for assistance with all daily living activities.

Mission Lodge and Monterey Lodge share a landscaped courtyard entry with easy access for all levels of mobility. This courtyard entry is directly accessed by the large parking area with multiple handicapped and guest parking spots. The courtyard is secured with coded exit gates to prevent wandering. This assures our residential care guests are welcomed home with a safe, senior care-friendly garden entry.

Our focus is on maximizing independence and health, while providing personalized care in a guest-centered environment. We embrace the seasons of the vineyard, encouraging eldercare guests to experience rural life in a safe, comforting environment. The Lodges at Ada’s Vineyard support senior care in the wine country, a place where all seniors desiring eldercare would like to be.


Monterey

The facilities and staff at Monterey Lodge are equipped to assist seniors with a wide range of physical and medical challenges.

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Mission

Mission Lodge is specially equipped and staffed for the needs of patients with dementia.

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