Find yourself at home at Aegis of Pleasant Hill. Designed with a classic English influence, our friendly assisted living and memory care community provides exceptional care for our beloved residents.
Compassionate Care. Our experienced and trained staff provide comprehensive care plans for each resident to meet their changing needs with dignity and compassion. Many of our staff have over fifteen years of experience at Aegis of Pleasant Hill providing consistent and compassionate care. Our staff is available 24 hours a day.
Enriching activities. Our Life Enrichment Director plans activities to fulfill our residents physically, socially, and mentally. We offer a variety of activities including live entertainment three or more times weekly, scenic drives, stimulating word games, summer concerts in the courtyard, and much more.
Luxury amenities. Aegis of Pleasant Hill features well-appointed private and shared apartments, beautifully designed common areas, a park-like fountain courtyard and landscaped gardens for quiet reflection and to enjoy the sunshine.
Like family. Our intimate community is a special place where staff treat our residents like family, neighbors are friends, and your family is always welcome.
Live in luxury at Aegis of Pleasant Hill. Please contact a member of the team to schedule a tour today.
Enjoy these notes written to our staff members from family and friends of residents. We call them WOW stories, because they are tales about Aegis Living team members who provided such a high level of service that it knocked the socks off appreciative residents – touching their hearts and ours.
Below is an excerpt of a note from a dear friend of a new resident to one of the resident’s nieces.
There she was, sitting with walker in front of her, freshly shampooed and showered; nylons, sandals, soft black plants and a lovely pink knit top, necklace, two rings on each hand, and listening to someone play piano! Someone brought me a chair, and I sat next to her. She had a glass of probably fruit punch and actually eventually finished it. ; )
While I was there, the piano player played Clair de Lune and another classic piece, during which Maggie just quietly cried – a few tears, but mostly just moved – and then she played two tangos and Maggie was just bouncing around in her chair – leaning in with her shoulders and applauding (delicately, as you would expect.)
I personally was thrilled! It was so uplifting to see her with “real” clothes on, all shiny clean and lovely, with “real” music and “real” people around her and enjoying herself! I was really, really impressed that Aegis had accomplished all that and heartily agree that it’s just right for her.
I’m not kidding myself that it’s going to be all ups and no downs but it was pretty exciting after all these years to see her not sitting in the near-dark in her nightgown 24 hours a day, all alone.