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What People Are Saying...

"Magnolia Prime reminds me that Iʼm not here alone. I know someone is thinking about me, someone cares. I look forward to the call."

- Dulcie J.,
88-year-old woman who lives with her cat, "Baby Winter Snow"

Success Stories

Read our five (5) success stories -- to see how we've assisted the aging community to remain independent and safe.

  • Dulcie, San Jose
    Dulcie is an 89-year-old widow who is in discussion with those concerned about her safety and well-being. Dulcie knows that moving out of her San Jose, CA home where she and her now deceased husband raised their son signifies many things, but at the top of the list for her is the loss of enjoying her well-groomed and brilliantly colored backyard.   Read More >

  • Alice, Silicon Valley
    Betty is the primary caregiver for her mother, Alice, who is a resident in an assisted living facility (ALF) in a Silicon Valley, CA, community. Alice moved to the area in 2008 to be closer to her daughter. Betty, married and an emptynester, lives nearby, so visiting her mother is easy to do and she’s happy to do it. She stops by several times a week in between other responsibilities including consulting and graduate school. Her only sibling, a brother living out-of-state, provides other types of support, and day-to-day responsibility falls on Betty.   Read More >

  • Bethany Center, San Francisco
    Bethany Center is an affordable senior housing community in San Francisco. The residents are made up of many cultures with five different languages represented, including Cantonese, Spanish, English, Russian, and Korean. Less than 20% of the residents speak English. Bethany Center’s art gallery and art classes are open for inclusion of the community beyond the walls of the building.   Read More >

  • Jones Memorial Home, San Francisco
    This 184-unit independent living senior retirement community opened in 1960, in San Francisco, California’s Fillmore District. Since 2011, residents whose first language is Korean make up about 85% of the property’s residents.   Read More >

  • Heron Court Family Housing, Redwood Shores
    Heron Court is a Redwood Shores, California, family cooperative community with 104 townhouse units. The primary languages spoken in the homes of the residents are English (80%) and Spanish (20%).   Read More >


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