Alongside a maintenance-free lifestyle of fun and freedom, The Sequoias of San Francisco also offers dedicated, personalized assistance to those residents who require a little extra care. For many aging adults, it’s not uncommon for basic tasks to become difficult or to experience symptoms of cognitive change, such as memory loss or memory impairment. If your parent or loved one is currently navigating some of these challenges, it’s likely the care they’ll require will eventually exceed what can be provided at home. Fortunately, the devoted team at The Sequoias is ready to deliver professional, compassionate support to help your loved one live an engaged and purposeful life. Rather than acting as caregiver, you can simply be family, knowing your loved one is being expertly cared for.

At The Sequoias, assisted living and memory care residents enjoy the same benefits as those in independent living, including private residences, access to a full range of desirable amenities, and a robust calendar of social events, fitness classes, and inviting activities that support their health and well-being. Additionally, they receive customized care tailored to their individual needs and preferences, including support with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, preparing food and managing medications. For those older adults experiencing cognitive change, such as Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, our specially-trained staff, expert-developed programs and secure environments make community life a compassionate, loving choice the entire family can agree upon.

Caretaker tying shoes of elderly man to illustrate the concept of ADLs


For those older adults living a mostly independent life, but who need a little help with the tasks of daily living, Assisted Living at The Sequoias could be the perfect fit. With access to a host of resort-like amenities, a delicious dining program offering creative and nutritious cuisine, and a variety of fun and engaging activities, assisted living residents of The Sequoias find ample opportunity to meet and make new friends while enjoying a maintenance-free lifestyle bolstered by the security of hands-on support.

Whether your parent or loved one could use a little extra help with personal care such as bathing or grooming, or they require more robust assistance due to changes in their mobility or vision, our care providers are there to support them while respecting their personal choices and preferences. With educational programs to help them reduce their fall risk, support their heart health and much more, our residents and their families can feel confident they’re receiving the best possible care while living their best possible lives.


If your parent or loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, they may begin to require more care and attention than you can provide on your own. Indeed, many studies have shown that as symptoms related to these conditions progress, family caregivers often experience a negative impact to their own mental and physical health, preventing them from providing the level of care their loved one requires. In this way, choosing to obtain professional help is likely the most kind and considerate decision you could make.

Designed to afford our residents the highest quality of life possible, the memory care neighborhood at The Sequoias offers professional and compassionate staff, life enrichment programs curated by brain health experts, and residences and community spaces that provide the highest levels of security while promoting independence. Educated on the importance of social interaction for those experiencing cognitive change, our team members are dedicated to building rich, personal relationships with those they care for, ensuring every resident feels seen, safe and connected.

If you believe your loved one would benefit from a lifestyle carefully crafted to meet their unique physical, mental and emotional needs, we invite you to learn more about Assisted Living and Memory Care at The Sequoias, today.

Memory Care. Elderly woman sitting in wheelchair smiling and looking into distance.


Assisted Living staff can help you or your loved one with ADLs. Here is a list of the most common ADLs. As you tour different communities, make sure to ask about how the caregivers help with these tasks.

Mealtime: What type of assistance do you need at mealtime? Our caregivers can help remind residents it’s time to eat or assist with eating as needed. You can eat in the dining room or enjoy your meal in your apartment. Your choice.

Personal Hygiene: Sometimes people need help with the simple things, like washing their face or reminders to brush their teeth. Our care staff are patient and loving. Whether a person needs a simple nudge, or more hands on assistance, we will be here to help.

Getting Ready for the Day: It’s not just about what you wear. It’s about who you are. Identity is derived from preparing yourself for the day. Many women pride themselves on their hair or makeup. Some gentlemen need their favorite sweaters or shoes to feel comfortable and complete. Our staff will know the preferences of each individual and make sure their daily routines are in alignment with their desires.

Getting Around: Regardless of if you need help moving about with a walker or wheelchair, or need help transferring to a seat or toilet, we are here. Our job is to make sure you have the assistance you need when you need it. We’ve also got pull cords and pendant so each person can call when they need us.

Medication Management: Taking your daily pills can be time consuming, and in some cases confusing. We will follow your doctor’s orders, help you fill your prescriptions, and be there to administer the medications at the time you need to take them, and with the right food and liquid.Your Content Goes Here


Q. What is the Difference between Assisted Living and a Nursing Home?

A. Assisted Living at The Sequoias SF offers residents a place to call home, in their own studio apartment with bathroom. You can decide what you want to eat and what activities you would like to participate in. Assistance with activities of daily living may include bathing, dressing, eating, mobility and medication management. Residents can also choose to have their own personal caregiver. Nursing homes take care of seniors who are sick and require 24-hour around the clock nursing care.

Q. How Does One Qualify?

A. 1.) Your primary physician will need to complete and sign a physician’s certification form that would justify your assisted living needs.

2.) You must submit a completed financial application

3.) You must be ambulatory.

4.) You must have no cognitive impairment.

5.) You must have the ability to pass an in-facility assessment

Q. Can I have my own personal caregiver?

A. Yes! Your comfort is important to us. If you already have a caregiver that you want to continue working with, we are here to support you.


Our staff receives joy by delighting our residents, their families, and all our guests. It’s one of the many reasons we love coming to work each day. Please contact us anytime. We’re happy to answer your questions and give you and your loved ones a tour of our beautiful community.