Ohana Care Home - a Residential Care Facility for Elderly/Senior Assisted Living
"Ohana" means family in the Hawaiian language. We believe that people are happiest in a caring environment, so we treat our residents, their friends & family and our staff like Ohana. Located in San Diego, California with stunning views, Ohana Care Home is a licensed senior care facility offering safe, affordable and culturally-specific assisted living for seniors. From our farm-fresh cuisine to our many seasonal activities, we help our residents enjoy life to the fullest while optimizing their health and wellness. We are family owned and operated business and we specialize in providing care with an Asian sensitivity. Altogether we provide the caring home seniors need to stay safe, and the Ohana environment they deserve to live a happily-ever-after that is richly rewarding and consistent with their cultural traditions. We invite you to take a tour!
News and Activities
Ohana Care Home Featured on TV Japan!
In September of 2019 we were happy to be featured on TV Japan when their reporters visited residents at our facility to learn about our services specifically designed to help Japanese elders enjoy a healthy, active assisted living lifestyle. We had a lot of fun showing the reporters around and our family of residents loved the attention. View the whole clip for a look at what life is like at Ohana Care Home.
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"Ohana Care Home was truly a 'home' to our parents at that point in their lives when they needed more professional care, more attention and more of an enriched and engaging environment than we could safely provide to them ourselves. We were fortunate after visiting many large and small care homes to find Ohana Care. The moment we walked in we could tell Ohana Care Home was special. First the place was so clean and clean smelling but without an institutional odor. All the comforts of home and companionship were present. Family was always welcome. Our parents and the other housemates were involved with each other and the caregivers. Staff were attentive and truly loving to them. The food was wonderful and each resident’s unique tastes were taken into account. Food can be one of the last joys of the elderly and owner/managers Frank and Seiko went to extraordinary lengths to make sure each resident was happy with their meal even if it meant customizing each entree for each resident. Frank and Seiko also understood how the very elderly want to remain relevant, useful and respected. Their staff mirrored that philosophy and would involve my parents and their housemates in productive activities and conversation. As importantly, they treated them with respect and gave them the dignity they deserved. They called our mom “Lola” and our dad “Lolo” which is Tagalog and an honorific for grandmother and grandfather. The caregivers were also patient and unfailingly kind. I knew my parents were both emotionally and physically safe in their care. Our family remains forever grateful to them." ~ Lillian Y. Lim