We help residents live their lives with attractive senior housing options, acclaimed services and our legendary “culture of care.”
We’re a family-founded, family-focused company, and taking care of you and your loved ones is our mission, and our passion.
We aim to love, honor and care for our residents with exceptional service, enthusiasm and integrity.
Located close to shopping, restaurants, entertainment and hospitals, this lively, activity-filled Sacramento community offers a wide variety of senior apartments and assisted living options, as well as short-term respite care. It features stylish, contemporary architecture and attractive outdoor spaces, including a large courtyard and garden area for socializing.Learn more about
Hurricane Harvey Carlton Senior Living staff and residents extends their deepest concern and heartfelt sympathy to the millions of people in Texas and Louisiana who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. Disaster Assistance Click for a list of resources, both federal and local, that may be useful for those trying to navigate the insurance process and secure available financial assistance for residents and employees who have been impacted. Disaster Assistance Red Cross As you know the damage estimates from this storm are rising daily and the road to recovery will be a long one. Therefore, we encourage you to make a contribution to the relief efforts. American Red Cross Giving Tips Donate to charities you know and trust. If you choose to donate to an alternative organization, the FTC encourages you to be cautious of potential charity scams. Click the below link for some tips from the FTC. Selecting a Charity Read more
At Carlton Senior Living, we not only try to provide new and exciting experiences for our residents, but we also try to provide outlets in which residents can experience the same lifestyle they had before joining our Carlton family. One example of this is our Date Night. Our driver uses personal invitations, flowers, balloons and a reservation at a preferred restaurant to make a memorable night. Watch as two of our lovely and loving residents live their lives to the fullest together at Carlton. Read more
Residents at Carlton Senior Living Downtown Pleasant Hill went to Concord Senior Center on Saturday to support Charity Event. Our Residents had great time at the Tea Party! Read more
Yesterday we had 19 students from fourteen different countries around the world visit our residents at Carlton Senior Living Downtown Pleasant Hill. They each gave a brief presentation about their respective country, spent time visiting with our residents and some of them also learned how to play Mahjong with the help of one of our residents! What a win-win for everyone! Read more
Saturday morning 7/15 we had our Parking lot filled with Model A Cars a Live Band and residents with friends and families of Downtown Pleasant Hill and of course Hot Dogs/ Hamburgers to go with it! The event was very well attended and enjoyed by everyone..brought back Lot of memories for our residents/ Families! [envira-gallery id="15047"] Second Picture: Harold Kennedy: One of our MC residents remembered having Model A Car and we had great time listening to him and were amazed that he remembered everything!! Read more
To my dearest Nana, To say that I am lucky to have had you so close my whole life is an understatement. You've provided love and support to all five of us grandchildren through and through. I greatly look forward to our phone calls and every time I get to see your smiling face. I remember so fondly our individual special weekends together where you would let one grandchild stay over at a time to get spoiled rotten, watch movies like American Graffiti in the den and wake up to your delicious "eggs in toast". My childhood is filled with those types of memories: Hawaii, Disneyland and my favorite of all, Christmas mornings. I remember you waking up early with me when I couldn't sleep because of being too excited. You would tell me stories of your childhood and sing carols to me until the rest of the family woke up. Those memories are priceless to me. Nana, you are a remarkable woman. You have overcome a lot to be an amazing role model of strength to me and Sissy. I love to tell everyone how you retired two weeks before your 95th birthday, because who does that? You do, because you're that incredible. Thank you from the bottom of my heart Nana, for being you! With love and appreciation, Jessica [caption id="attachment_13470" align="alignnone" width="686"] Jessica with her Nana.[/caption] Read more
Miracles never cease! Many years ago in 1936, 12 of us girls bonded together and became the Fidelis Club at University High School in Oakland. Incidentally we were all the same age that year. Our purpose was to provide special services to our community, but it turned out out that we too were recipients: of lasting friendship, loyalty and fidelity over our lifetime. During World War II we were scattered near and far, but we continued to remain connected and in touch with one another. Our families grew with children and we enjoyed our picnics and dance parties at the Claremont Hotel together. We traveled by the San Francisco Ferry, arriving in our hand sewn formals at the St Francis Hotel for only a $2.50 cover charge and danced to the music of outstanding orchestras! Our last luncheon was held on our accumulated 80th birthdays. And so another event has brought Arnie and Jo Banta to live here at the Carlton Downtown Pleasant Hill Community. Their son Ralph knew of my living here and came to visit in contemplation of relocating closer to his home. So now my two classmates are comfortable in their new apartment and again close by to me. Incidentally, we are still seven members strong at the age of 96! Read more
This month marked an advancement in our new hire training at Carlton University. We hosted our very first hands on, live community Orientation Training facilitated by our Carlton University Instructor, Kasie Wimmer. The trainings were held in the Sacramento community with employees from Sacramento, Davis, and Elk Grove. Kasie taught our new hires how to: Put on gloves, gowns, etc. for illness prevention Perform a double carry technique for evacuations Appropriately approach a resident with dementia Perform activities of daily living with a resident Gain perspective in "Sensitivity Training" Before this training, our new hires learned about all of these subjects while sitting on a computer by themselves, for hours at a time, prior to their on floor training and mentorship. We are very excited with how well this new training is educating our employees, allowing for bonding and engagement, and most of all.. they're having fun! Great job, Kasie, for creating this training and taking it beyond what we first believed it could be! Read more
We’re looking for inspired, exceptional candidates to be part of our legendary “culture of care.” The growing Carlton team has long-term career opportunities available in resident care, dining, housekeeping, activities, maintenance and management.
If you enjoy working with people, and are looking for a place to start or grow your career, we hope you’ll consider joining Carlton Senior Living.