Standiford Place

3420 Shawnee Dr Modesto, , 95350

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Type of Senior Living

  • Home Health and Hospice
  • Independent Living
  • Nursing Home
  • Respite / Short-Term Care
  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care
  • At-Home Care


Standiford Place in Modesto, CA - a Senior Retirement Home Community

Standiford Place is an award-winning, independent senior living community. Awards include the 2020 Great Place to Work certification, the 2019 Great Place to Work certification, and the 2018 Great Place to Work certification.

Standiford Place boasts the near perfect weather of Stanislaus County. This Modesto senior living community is on the edge of Eisenhut Park and central to Kaiser Permanente and Vintage Faire Mall. Local attractions include the Gallo Center for the Arts, The McHenry Mansion and John Thurman Field.

Living at Standiford Place in Modesto, CA is more affordable than you think. Serving Manteca, Turlock, Ceres, Riverbank, Oakdale, Ripon, Salida, & Escalon.

Flexibility to Customize Your Care at Standiford Place

Residents appreciate the freedom and flexibility our independent living communities offer as needs around personal care and medical assistance change. Choosing a la carte from third-party health care and personal care providers* -- many with offices right inside the community -- gives them the power to choose their providers and obtain similar services as they would in a higher level of care like assisted living, but without giving up the independence, warm community of friends, and fun-loving atmosphere they enjoy so much.

You’ve probably heard all the terms — independent living, assisted living, nursing home, and memory care — but you might not be clear about what’s involved in each, and how they differ from one another. Learn about the different types of senior living communities and care options to help you determine which is best for you.

Independent Living Community

An independent living community is a concept pioneered by Holiday Retirement in 1971. Our founders saw a need to provide seniors with an alternative to conventional retirement living options. Today, there are over 245,000 independent living communities in the United States.

Independent living communities feel and function like private residences while providing residents opportunities to spend time with people in their same season of life. Independent senior living is a good option for people who are able to live on their own without assistance, but who would enjoy benefits like companionship, bundled bills, and all-inclusive amenities such as meals, cleaning, and transportation. Many independent living residents use outside home health care providers or aides for medical and personal care services as needed, so they can enjoy an independent lifestyle longer.

Residents of independent living communities can live as active of a lifestyle as they desire with regular opportunities to participate in fitness, off-site community outings, social activities, games, and events. Some independent living community residents choose to have their own cars, although complimentary scheduled transportation is provided for all residents.

Monthly rent at an independent living community typically includes:

•    Meals
•    Housekeeping and linen services
•    Utilities
•    Maintenance
•    Scheduled transportation
•    Security devices
•    Activities and events
•    Staff onsite from morning until early evening
•    Emergency response devices

Assisted Living

Assisted living communities are suited for seniors who need extra help with activities like managing medication, bathing, and dressing. Residents have access to community rooms and planned activities. Assisted living facilities don’t provide as much medical care and personal assistance as nursing homes. If residents begin experiencing severe mobility issues or severe cognitive issues like dementia and Alzheimer's that extend beyond the level of care assisted living staff provide, they will likely need to transition to memory care or a nursing home. 

Monthly rent at an assisted living community typically includes: 

•    Meals
•    Housekeeping and linen services
•    24-hour staff
•    Help with personal care 
•    Medication management
•    Pharmacy services
•    Activities
•    Emergency response devices

Alzheimer’s/Memory Care

People’s physical, mental, and safety needs increase substantially as cognitive issues progress. Alzheimer’s and memory care facilities offer specialized care and programs for individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other memory loss. They provide a safe and physically secured environment. 

Alzheimer’s/memory care options may operate as stand-alone facilities or as separate wings in an assisted living community. Memory care offers 24/7 onsite staff to assist residents as needed. A locked environment allows residents to move around the assisted living space freely without the danger of wandering off. The average cost of memory care is around $5000 per month. 

Respite Care

Respite care is a short-term stay within an assisted living facility or nursing home that allows primary caregivers a break or gives the resident a trial stay to get acquainted with the service provider. Respite care may take place in a health care facility, retirement community, or adult day care. Private insurance typically does not cover respite care. Medicaid sometimes covers part of costs. Medicare helps with respite care costs for up to five consecutive days for people receiving hospice care. 

Nursing Homes

Nursing homes provide 24-hour skilled care for seniors on a long-term basis. They also serve seniors who require short-term nursing care or rehabilitation assistance. Nursing homes provide the highest level of care of the senior living options. Nursing homes are ideal for people who can’t care for themselves but don’t require hospitalization. Nursing homes typically have dining rooms, community areas, activities, and outings appropriate to the population. 

Home Care

Home care allows seniors to receive in-home assistance based on frequency and level of need, and may include daily activities such as bathing, dressing, and other personal care, as well as housekeeping, meals, and medication. Home care is available for private home and independent living and assisted living, but may be restricted in facilities providing higher levels of care. 

Home care providers and aids allow seniors to pay for only the extra services they need, when they need them, which can be a cheaper option than moving to a higher level of care. At Holiday Retirement, home care is available through outside agencies, many of whom have  offices on campus.

Room Amenities
Multiple Floor Plans
Private Rooms
Wi-Fi / High-Speed Internet
Meals & Dining
Professional Chef
Dietary Accommodations
Property Amenities
  • On-Site Medical Staff
  • Housekeeping
  • Theater Room
  • Laundry Service
  • Pet Friendly
  • 24-Hour Staff
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Transportation Services
  • Medication Management
  • Walking Paths
  • Security
  • Fitness Center
  • Gathering / Activity Spaces
Social Activities



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