Alpine View Lodge

The Memory Care Leader in San Diego County

Caring for your loved ones with dementia is challenging

It takes a village. Let us be your support team. At our San Diego county assisted living facility, we can take care of your loved ones’ activities of daily living, so you can focus on being the spouse/son/daughter again.

From our family to yours

For over 40 years, Alpine View Lodge has been a trusted name for memory care and assisted living in the San Diego area. The lodge offer residences for 38 seniors, with gorgeous views of the nearby hills. Secured perimeter allow our residents to enjoy the fresh air outside without restrictions. Our residents are provided with everything they need to thrive, no matter their age or ability. Our senior caregivers in the San Diego county area offer services that are tailored to meet each person’s unique challenges and support them in mind, body, and spirit

About Alpine View Lodge

We would be delighted to welcome you and your loved one into the Alpine View Lodge family, where each of our residents receives the highest standard of care. The staff at our assisted living facility in San Diego county is genuinely invested in senior well-being, treating each resident as they would their family member.


Our Services

Your relative deserves the best senior living available, and you’ll find that here at Alpine View Lodge. We’re proud to offer several options based on a thorough assessment of resident needs and wishes at our assisted living facility in San Diego county.

Memory Care

We have specialized daily assistance for seniors with degenerative neurocognitive disorders: all forms of dementia including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other cognitive challenges.

Hospice Care

We offer end-of-life care in conjunction with hospice agencies so honors our residents can go through their final stage of life with dignity and compassion.

Respite Care

Alpine View Lodge offers compassionate respite care for seniors, providing caregivers with a much-needed break while ensuring top-quality care and a stimulating environment for their loved ones.

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