Top assisted living trends for 2018

This week, The Manse on Marsh, provider of assisted living in San Luis Obispo, compiled a list of the top new assisted living trends. San Luis Obispo has a forward thinking facility, which is making the difference for a healthier, and much happier new years. Assisted living providers know that 75-percent of seniors require help with their daily living activities. Keeping up with the latest in trends, medical care and housing for seniors is important to The Manse.

With an emergence of health conscious technology, this year is set to have more streamlined healthcare options and lifestyle choices which can help tackle the 80-percent of seniors with chronic health conditions. The integration and innovation is getting better each day, making sure that issues are promptly met and dealt with. Hands-on compassionate care is ensured to give each resident the attention they need on a daily basis.

Gone are the days of the “nursing homes” where residents lived out their days with little social interaction. A new era of friendly person-centered care will lead the design and function of assisted living communities of the future. As the senior population blooms, 2018 will see more assisted living communities designed specifically to appeal to specific groups of seniors with similar courtesies and customs.

Some of the top trends The Manse is focusing on this year include:

  • Thoughtfully designed units with integrated medical systems, which will be making a difference in living spaces of those who are in need.
  • Personalized living spaces, from the size of the space to decor. Keeping the residents comfortable in a homey environment helps the residents in assisted living San Luis Obispo stay happy.
  • *New food options, menu items, and custom dietary needs are addressed. The Manse is always keeping up with the latest in nutritional guidelines and recommendations, while encouraging a healthy balanced diet and stress-free access to freshly prepared meals.
  • Choice in activities including all the latest in trends in exercise, socialization and beneficial growth to each unique person’s needs.
  • Access to culture, libraries, shops and restaurants in the local area, keep residents connected to the community all year round.
  • Smart designed spaces with smaller footprints, kitchenettes, and personalized room options.
  • Social environments like restaurants and cyber cafes provide much needed meeting grounds for residents who like to share time together.
  • Safety features keeping residents safe from harm.
  • Maintenance and transportation innovations keeping staff updated on resident needs.

The Manse on Marsh is giving assisted living in San Luis Obispo a much bigger emphasis on meaningful socialization, healing, and more. The assisted living community at The Manse is happy to be at the forefront, by offering a delightful menu of activities such as exercise classes, game nights, barbecues, performances, book clubs, and outings around San Luis Obispo’s movies, museums, shops and restaurants.

The elderly sometimes live with acute or chronic medical problems or disabilities. Although these circumstances require interventions and support, significant limitations may remain, including a division between medical and social care. The standards for quality living and assistance at the Manse make sure that residents can count on their needs being met with dignity and the highest degree of care.

Seeking independent living as a senior, maintaining independent living

When a person you love becomes less independent than they once were, it can be tricky to know where to turn or what to do next. Keeping loved ones independent yet comfortable is a top priority for many facing the realization that a living situation may need to change. There is a place that supports and sustains independent living in San Luis Obispo. It is in our nature to strive for independence, even from an early age. Living in a place that can help foster an independence and healthy growth in all aspects of life, or add support being for self-sufficient, for San Luis Obispo seniors who seek independent living the Manse is an excellent option. Seniors can feel a sense of achievement in gaining independence by being involved in their own daily lives, the Manse provides many choices for unique lifestyles. Getting the top care and home environment that can provide stability, social opportunities and any needs catered to, the independent living senior facility The Manse serves generations of San Luis Obispo residents who stay independent in their community.

Essentials are within reach

Staying independent as a senior can be made easier when everything needed for daily life is supplied. Meals, transportation, housekeeping, and medicine refills are just some of ways The Manse keeps up with a high standard of care. Staying well stocked is an essential component in ensuring physical and emotional well being. When driving, cooking or cleaning becomes a challenging activity for an elderly parent, the independent living San Luis Obispo facility The Manse on Marsh can help. Residents living on their own terms, in comfortable spaces with every amenity of home within reach, and options for making independent choices and decisions keep the stress much lower during daily living.

Shopping online

Seniors are accustomed to leading productive lives, and their days should involve hobbies and engaging activities. With new technology to support daily life of the home, all generations can become immersed in society in multiple new ways. Social media, emailing, websites and search engines have made our world a hyperconnected place. Shopping no longer needs to happen in the old fashioned way, and for seniors who want to stay independent can get anything they need with the tap of a smartphone. Shipping, e-commerce and engaging in social activity are helping seniors live comfortably and with every comfort of home. Having the internet provides seniors nearly limitless possible storefronts from across the globe, to fulfill the many needs and wants an independent living San Luis Obispo resident has.

Emotional needs

Staying independent can be harder for seniors who live alone, with so much to take care of around the house, and needs to be met. Often times when looking for help we sometimes overlook the emotional needs. Humans are emotional beings and require a delicate, and loving interaction to help create a happy, healthy life. With so much at stake, it is very important to seek out help and support for the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of life. To address emotional needs, just having a friend nearby who understands and can listen or converse, and community to thrive and grow make all the difference. The Manse frequently arranges regular visits to places in the local community. Today’s healthy seniors at The Manse have new resources to make life easier. Emotional needs being met, as they continue enjoying the freedom of living independently. The Manse caregivers and the residents have strong confidence in the future.

No place for loneliness

Loneliness can be risky for seniors. According to University of Chicago psychologist John Cacioppo, a study of 2,100 adults age 55+ found that seniors who were lacking close personal connections actually elevated an individual’s risk of premature death by 14 percent. When senior parent or loved one is alone, the chance that they are lonely and not living a fulfilling life is higher. The Manse on Marsh helps keep a rich social atmosphere with activities and friends available to residents to combat loneliness. As people, we feel the need for sincere companionship, and at The Manse, it still exists.

What ifs and emergencies

Caregivers and family are often concerned when their elderly loved ones are home alone, especially since as we age, it is easier for falls to happen, and if that happens with nobody to help in sight, the situation may turn dire. The truth is, falls and acute medical events (such as heart attacks or strokes) occur, and each second that passes can mean life or death. With the number of staff on hand and commitment to health and safety, the Manse provides independent seniors a life with backup help. Living alone can feel scary as we age, and phone communication isn’t always enough support. The Manse is giving new meaning to elderly independence for the healthy aging population as well as those living with chronic conditions.

Assisted Living Arroyo Grande Provider, Manse on Marsh, Releases The Report ‘Brain Boosting Food For Seniors’

The Manse on Marsh, provider of assisted living for Arroyo Grande, has released the report ‘Brain boosting food for seniors.’ Eating healthy becomes more important as people grow older. Seniors living alone might not make the most nutritious food choices or even eat regularly. Even in assisted living, seniors might develop picky eating habits.

Making smart decisions when it comes to food may enhance our brain function and memory. This report helps family and caretakers choose foods that supply the best nutrition for overall health and for helping seniors remain alert and vital.

Brain boosting food for seniors

For many seniors shopping and preparing fresh, nutritious meals are challenging. Mobility issues, illness, loneliness and other aging issues can contribute to lack of appetite or poor eating habits. Eating healthy is more important than ever for seniors, and making smart decisions when it comes to the foods consumed in those golden years enhances overall health, brain function and memory.

Antioxidant rich vegetables, fruits and supplements are making it easier to try new and nutritious ingredients. Wholesome foods are more easily available than 20 or 30 years ago. Seniors in assisted living, Arroyo Grande and Central Coast seniors who are living independently can benefit from the nutritional food knowledge from the Manse on Marsh. The Manse knows how important it is to provide assisted living residents with nourishing meals full of healthy fruits, vegetables and other savory ingredients and wants this important information to be available for everyone.

Omega-3 fatty acids

The many benefits of eating healthy omega-3 fatty acids include reducing inflammation. The health-promoting website of the Livestrong Foundation reports that a University of Wisconsin study links inflammation to a number of serious medical conditions, including Alzheimer's disease, cancer, stroke, type 2 diabetes and asthma. Reducing inflammation helps fight these conditions and depression and anxiety. Omega-3 also helps eye health and provides many other documented health benefits.

Just one ounce of chia seeds provide the daily recommended intake for omega-3 fatty acids. Chia and flax seeds are tasty when made into puddings, thrown into smoothies, or sprinkled into baked goods. Nuts, seeds, fish and avocados are full of brain boosting omega’s. Fish is linked with slower cognitive decline.

Vitamin E

Some of the tastiest and most filling foods contain vitamin E. The brain and memory benefit from this vitamin because it protects neurons, which may help prevent dementia. Dark leafy greens such as kale, broccoli, and spinach provide generous doses of vitamin E. The antioxidant power of vitamin E can be found in avocados, sunflower seeds, peanut butter, and sweet potato. Meals for assisted living, Arroyo Grande and Central Coast seniors that contain these foods are easy to prepare.

Antioxidants

Seniors who eat more antioxidant rich foods like blueberries protect their health from oxidative stress, which contributes to many age-related issues. Antioxidants protect against free radicals from pollution and various other sources of daily exposure. Powerful antioxidants like phytochemical lycopene in tomatoes, also a cancer-fighting ingredient, shows benefits bones and reduces the risk of heart disease.

Making the best choices

Food programs sponsored by local food banks and organizations like Meals on Wheels are good sources for nutritional meals for seniors living at home. A visit to a local farmer’s market with family is an enjoyable alternative to a trip to the super market. Community gardening for active seniors is a good source for food and socializing. For those who are preparing to move to a retirement community or assisted living, check out the menus and dining amenities. Enjoying the company of others during a healthy meal can increase appetite and overall vitality. The Manse on Marsh is proud to serve healthy, balanced meals to its residents. With two restaurants and a variety of other dining options residents enjoy both good food and good company.

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475 Marsh Street

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 541-4222

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Benefits of aging in a San Luis Obispo retirement community

The Manse on Marsh offers a high quality of life in it’s San Luis Obispo retirement community. Here’s a list of the greatest perks of growing older here.

The Happiest city in America

San Luis Obispo has been rated as one of the happiest cities in the United States. The area around San Luis Obispo, California, has almost limitless amounts of incredible day trips. Locals and visitors can relax at wineries, explore sand dunes, or take in the amazing coastal views along hiking and biking trails. San Luis Obispo prides itself on many community driven things, and for a list of excellent senior programs.

Seniors in a community stay happier

According to a study by the National Council on Aging seniors are staying more optimistic about their health and longevity. The more isolated and depressed a person becomes, the worse the health becomes.It is easier to be more relaxed with self identity, and feeling a part of a community has many social perks to keep optimism flowing. Happiness is found when people stay connected. Social connections help fight cognitivie decline build trust, achieve goals, and give emotional support.

The perfect climate year-round

Mild temperatures and sunshine are all year round. Can you imagine taking a stroll along the beach every morning? Or eating at an outdoor restaurant in the middle of winter with no need for a heater? On average, there are 287 sunny days per year, in San Luis Obispo, California. With around 20 inches of rain annually, and no snow in sight, this area provides a great climate for a retirement community. When thinking of all those sunny days and warm breezes, it’s easy to see why San Luis Obispo retirement communities have brighter days.

Culture and lifestyles

Not only is the weather just about perfect, but the culture of San Luis Obispo provides many possibilities for seniors to stay active.Seniors have a lot of activities to choose from, including golfing, boating, relaxing at the many beautiful beaches, shopping downtown, seeing some amazing cultural events, and much more. There might not be anything better than the cultural experiences a retiree has in San Luis Obispo, California.

Life moves slower here

San Luis Obispo is known for being SLO, and it fits. With such a focus on it’s beauty and culture, the lifestyle of this area isn’t as fast paced as some other cities in California. Our town is growing in many areas, and the laid-back Californian attitude is still center focus. Enjoyment of the arts, outdoors, and healthy lifestyles and education are apparent everywhere in the county. Small family farms, and bountiful natural beauty give San Luis a down-to-earth feeling which many citizens enjoy. The size of communities means more neighborhood interaction, and closer social bonds. People help each other in need, and the benefits of living in a small town are numerous.

How To Respond When A Friend Or Family Member Is Having A Medical Crisis

It can be overwhelming when a friend or family member is experiencing medical crisis. Fear for the welfare of the loved one and fear and pain on the part of the one in crisis creates a sense of urgency. Taking the best action and giving the best support can seem hard to do in emergency situations. The Manse on Marsh, provider of assisted living in Arroyo Grande, has some information to help people remain calm and make the best decisions.

The first thing to remember is to call 911 for any emergency. Being helpful and supportive during and after the crisis includes:

  • Clear communication
  • Reaching out for help
  • Self-care first
  • Help with the small stuff

Clear communication skills

Get prepared by learning how to communicate clearly and precisely to help ease the crisis. Always know why you are communicating, and remember that reaching out in person has a bigger impact. If talking in person isn’t possible then email or telephone. Listening can be more effective than talking at times and giving the person in-need a shoulder of support is very therapeutic.

Reach out for help

Assisted living Arroyo Grande providers like The Manse on Marsh know how much a helping hand can change the outcome of a medical crisis. With many resources available for different kinds of issues, it is important to know whom to contact for the job. Local specialists and support can be just a phone call or a click away.

Self care first

Seeing someone you love going through troubles with health can be draining. Focusing on them, their illness, and finding the time to do everyday tasks may become challenging. Assisted living Arroyo Grande residents have the staff necessary at the Manse on Marsh to support them following, or during a medical issue. Families who can invest in some self-care during these hard times, by relying on the help of an assisted living facility can reduce personal stress and caretaker burnout.

Help with the small stuff

When the big issues for a loved one has been addressed and a plan of action is set, take a step back to look at the bigger picture. Are all the needs being met? Is help needed for cooking meals, housekeeping, emotional support or a care package? Reaching out with phone calls, emails, and messages of hope can help inspire healing and confidence in the future. Make the little things count each and every day to help a person in need.

The Manse Independent Living San Luis Obispo Social Media Tips For Seniors Press Release

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Staying connected in our world is much easier these days thanks to readily available technology. Cellphones, tablets, and laptops all provide connections to the global internet. Seniors who wish to connect with friends, relatives and long distance acquaintances can quickly find and reach out to people they haven’t seen or heard from in years. The Manse provides the independent living San Luis Obispo residents are looking for, and helps them become familiar with new ways of communicating. Social media like Facebook, Skype, Facetime, Twitter and Instagram are all ways to stay connected with family and friends who aren’t close enough for a visit. The internet may seem a little overwhelming or confusing at first, but with a few simple tips, seniors can continue learning and comfortable independant living. San Luis Obispo residents may find this list provides a little help to understanding the ins and outs of social media.

 

1.Privacy- Be aware, and keep privacy settings stricter at first, slowly adjust them as time continues and knowledge increases.

 

2. Personal Information- Never send personal or financial information to businesses over social media. Secure websites always start with “ https:// “ and only share sensitive information over a secure server, on a trusted website.

 

3. Out Of Town?- Never share information about being out of town on social media unless only friends and family members can view it. It can be an invitation to thieves.

 

4.Permanence- Social media is a permanent record and can be saved by anyone using the internet, so whatever is posted, like photos or personal information, assume it may be saved without permission or knowledge.

 

5.Don’t Overshare- Never share information like full names, birthdays, addresses, family member’s names, ages, addresses or schools.

 

6.Teen Family- Sometimes teens may feel uncomfortable when older family members can see all their posts and may not accept friend requests because of this. Always ask before sending a friend request.

 

With a little help any senior can figure out how to use social media properly, and smoothly. Learning to use and become comfortable with social media takes time. The Manse on Marsh is designed for seniors that wish for independent living. San Luis Obispo is an exciting city to live in, and The Manse offers many opportunities to be independent and provides needed assistance and security.


 

The Manse on Marsh

 

475 Marsh St.

 

San Luis Obispo, CA

 

93401

 

(805)541-4222

 

www.TheManse.net

 

 

The Truth About Assisted Living

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Coming to terms with the realization that a family member or friend is in transition to assisted living can be difficult for loved ones. Misconceptions about senior living facilities can cause fear and apprehension. The critical services provided by The Manse on Marsh allows families to find some relief, knowing that aging loved ones are cared for with the highest standards every day.

There are some myths and misinterpretations of the reality of assisted living facilities.

 

Myth #1-Loss of independence

Many seniors considering living in an assisted living facility worry that they will be losing their independence. It is true that they will become more dependant on the staff and resources available to them, but having the ability to receive assistance 24/7 ensures their quality of life doesn’t deteriorate. Many seniors who resist asking for help end up regretting it, because illnesses and needs can fail to be met. The loss of independence is not the reality of the situation. Seniors are constantly being invigorated, cared for, and looked after, at The Manse on Marsh. With more resources and opportunities available that encourage independence, it is soon realized how much is gained by making the move into an assisted living facility.


 

Myth #2-They will be lonely

Residents are not spending most of their time isolated to their rooms, or without company. Many seniors who have lost their spouses are grieving and feeling a great, emotional loss. The interactions between staff and other residents help to give hope and social support during hard times. Seniors in assisted living facilities bond with, and create lasting friendships that are just as close as family members. Knowing people who come from similar situations and backgrounds, who can share memories and bond, knowing they will be there with them to experience new things on a daily basis, is inspiring and can be very encouraging. Loneliness can be easily averted.

 

Myth #3- They won’t be able to do hobbies

Seniors who enjoy living alone at home may be avid hobbyists, and the idea of moving into a senior living facility can seem like an end to the fun. In reality, the move is going to open a whole new world up of hobbies and experiences they wouldn’t have normally gotten by staying home alone. Planned activities and hobbies are always coming up, from painting, exercising, game nights, music, classes, education and more. Living downtown San Luis Obispo at an assisted living facility also opens more opportunities for events, shopping, and culture.

 

The active and engaging lifestyle provided at The Manse on Marsh provides a wide array of benefits for seniors who wish to transition to a senior living facility. Comprehending all the new and exciting things to see and do may seem overwhelming, but rest assured that the top priority of staff at The Manse is to ensure a smooth and comfortable environment. Every need will be met with a smile and grace, no matter what!


 

The Manse on Marsh

 

475 Marsh St.

 

San Luis Obispo, CA

 

93401

 

(805)541-4222

 

www.TheManse.net

 

How To Beat The Winter Blues

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The transition from Autumn to Winter can be an exciting and fun time, full of holiday cheer, and family visits. The cooler temperatures of winter provide perfect opportunities for cuddling by the fireplace, reading a good book, and sipping some hot tea. Looking forward to seeing friends and relatives is a big highlight of the whole year. Unfortunately for many, an unwelcome guest sometimes makes a visit; the winter blues.

Once the holidays are over, and family goes back,  winter aches, pains, depression, and feeling fatigued sometimes happen. Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is sometimes experienced after the holiday glow is over, and sunshine seems to be at an all time low. It is a form of depression that is experienced especially during the winter months, and comes in cycles. Feeling a loss of energy, eating more frequently, picking unhealthy foods, and general fatigue and weakness all are symptoms of SAD. The amount of daylight during the winter has a direct correlation for experiencers of this disorder. The good news is that there are ways to help!

Staying especially active during the winter months helps to reduce the effects of SAD. Seniors who live in retirement communities that have activities planned regularly, and encourage movement and physical wellbeing like The Manse, help to ensure happier, healthier seniors. The mix of social atmosphere, 3 healthy meals served regularly, and a comfortable cozy environment help to ensure residents at The Manse will not worry as much about seasonal affective disorder. The sunny skies of the Central Coast of California see very mild winters with plenty of beach days, which are easier to retire in for people who have painful joints in cold weather, and need more sun and activity. The wonderful ocean air and clean environment help residents of The Manse stay happy in retirement.

When the cold has settled in and the sun isn’t shining as bright as it could, there are ways to improve the SAD symptoms. Light box therapy is one way. Using a light box is an easy way to introduce extra light and help relieve the sadness. One of the reasons winter causes the blues, is because having less sunlight makes the natural sleep hormones and circadian rhythms out of whack. Melatonin production overtakes and causes drowsiness and lethargy. Sitting in front of a light box for at least 30 minutes a day really makes a difference, can help regulate sleep better, and make the day much brighter, literally! Light therapy is so helpful that some say it is equivalent to taking an antidepressant!

Vitamin D deficiency is one of the major reasons why SAD can happen, especially in the elderly population. Making sure that plenty of extra vitamin D is on hand during the winter months, and using a therapy lamp are good ideas to try, if seasonal affective disorder happens to loved ones.

 

The Manse on Marsh

 

475 Marsh St.

 

San Luis Obispo, CA

 

93401

 

(805)541-4222

 

www.TheManse.net

The Benefits Of Volunteering For Seniors

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This fall season, the Manse on Marsh invites residents, staff, friends and family to be thankful and reflect on the many positive people, places and things around them. Lifetimes of volunteer work, charitable deeds and giving, are good to reflect on in this season of thankfulness.  Volunteering and being thankful go hand in hand. It is proven by studies  that seniors stay happier and healthier by reaching out, and lending assistance to those who need it most. Giving usually is more satisfying than receiving, according to scientific studies. This study led by the Rothman Research Institute shows that cognitive function, happiness, and health all increase when seniors volunteer, by feeling appreciated.

Retirement is sometimes full of extra free time, and when retirees and seniors start slowing down it can be hard to find meaningful ways to volunteer in the community. The Manse on Marsh provides multiple opportunities to give back to this lovely community, and taking action keeps the residents happier and healthier. Being a volunteer for charitable organizations is just one way to bridge generational gaps. Giving assistance to younger generations helps both parties learn and grow. Using the talents and knowledge of an older group of people in volunteer situations helps to show how active, and involved the senior community can be as a whole.

Socioeconomic benefits of volunteering are increasing the mental, physical, and emotional health of retirees. Life improvements can be found from good feelings of productivity, finding purpose and satisfaction as they give back to society. What a wonderful way to reduce stress, depression, anxiety, and loneliness! Being connected to others in the community, bringing fun, and fulfillment stretches across generations to younger family members as well. Showing the youth firsthand how volunteering makes a difference, and feels good to do is a valuable way to get to know the community, and to find resources that may be useful to family members. Self confidence and accomplishment help preserve personal identity later in life, as time changes everything, the positive views of the future are increased by volunteer work. The Manse is grateful to help the community, and pair up its residents with meaningful volunteer positions many times a year.

 

The Manse on Marsh

 

475 Marsh St.

 

San Luis Obispo, CA

 

93401

 

(805)541-4222

 

www.TheManse.net

5 Star Retirement Home, And Assisted Living Community, The Manse On Marsh Is Thankful This November

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Thankful to be serving its residents on the Central Coast, The Manse on Marsh is an assisted living community that takes pride and great care in providing a safe, clean, and comfortable retirement home. When choosing a retirement home for a loved one, reading reviews is a good start, to get an idea of what people say about places. The Manse On Marsh has so many great reviews, and has earned 5 stars on Yelp.com, and 5 stars on Caring.com! Providing the best care possible gives The Manse so much to be thankful for. To reflect back on some amazing reviews, and hear what the people say about their experiences with The Manse, let’s take a look at some real stories!

 

 

Darren P. said, “I have been so impressed with The Manse on Marsh. Our mother moved in recently and our family/friends cannot say enough about the exceptional service, beautiful facility, outstanding amenities, and overall professionalism exhibited by the staff. Chris, Ron, Kathy, Christopher, Madison, Jim, and the entire team have been awesome. They treat us like family.

The Manse on Marsh has created a very special environment. It is definitely not your ordinary assisted living facility. I highly recommend it be considered for any assisted living needs in San Luis Obispo.

 

Shar B. Said, “The Manse on Marsh is an a absolutely wonderful place.  Tucked in the beautiful community of San Luis Obispo, it is full of comfort, warmth, and charm.  I personally know one of the many amazing employees and they are truly in love with their residents.  It is evident that their positions are not just jobs, but a privilege to assist the residents each and everyday!  We need more places like this for our aging loved ones.”

 

Care.com loves The Manse!

David Said, “The Manse is a very friendly place and it appears to be well-organized. The staff is terrific, attentive, polite, and on their toes in terms of what's needed. They were very open and they answered all my questions. I had dinner there and the food and service was very good. However, the rooms were too cramped. I don't think we can downsize that much.”

Provider Response

Dear David, Thank you for the FIVE STAR rating! I am so glad that you enjoyed our community, our staff and our dining. I am sorry you were only shown a small apartment though. We have the largest apartments and cottages on the Central Coast - offering both independent and assisted living. In fact, our largest unit is three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and is over 1,300 square feet! I hope you will come back and see our large one, two, and three bedroom residences. Sincerely, Chris Skiff Owner/Founder

 

This holiday season The Manse On Marsh is eternally thankful for all of the amazing reviews and kind words. Happiness is contagious around here! Thank you!

 

The Manse on Marsh

 

475 Marsh St.

 

San Luis Obispo, CA

 

93401

 

(805)541-4222

 

www.TheManse.net