Retirement you deserve

We will work with you to evaluate the level or care that is necessary to improve the quality of life! We offer a variety of services to give our clients the specific care they need.

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Why it’s important to consider how assisted living could be better than living at home when it comes to quality of life.

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The best healthcare

“One day you will do things for me that you hate. That is what it means to be family”

Jonathan Foer

Infinite Serenity Refferal offers FREE senior care assessments and FREE qualified placement referrals to seniors and their families.
When independent living no longer works and you need help, we are just a click away. Find out your options and let us guide you through the process of finding the best suitable place for your loved one..

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Golden Life Manor

Make the right choice for your loved one

With a number of services and experienced caregivers, we can tailor a program specifically for the needs of each client. To learn more about Golden Life Manor, contact us today.

With 5 locations to serve you

• 507 S. Citadell Ln. Anaheim CA 92806
• 2324 E. Puritan Ln. Anaheim CA 92806
• 15218 Wilder Ave. Norwalk CA 90650
• 5809 E. Marita St. Long Beach CA 90815
• 1669North Fireside, Orange, CA 92867


I would like to thank Claudiu and Isabelle for the positive experience I had while they helped me with transitioning my mom from hospital to a board and care.
The attention and care given to my mom was gracious and detailed.

John Devilla

My mother was in her last days with end stage COPD.
I received a call from the hospital that she has to be discharged because they could no longer help her.
ISR made my life so easy finding a suitable place. They were with me every step of the way. The care and support they offer at such an overwhelming time was amazing.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Anna Carpenter

When it came time to find a place for my mom I didn’t know where to turn. My friend told me about ISR and all they had done. ISR knew the answers to the questions I didn’t even know I had to ask.

Raul Rodriquez

Types of Facilities


Assisted Living Facilities

Provides personalized support services for seniors who need assistance with the activities of daily living, while also providing a home like settings with activities, outings, and thriving social community. An assisted living center could be the right option when it comes to take care of your dear ones’ mental and physical health.


Residential Care

Provide the support you need in a comfortable,home like environment. May also be referred to as assisted living but most often called “board and care” facilities. Assistance with medication management, bathing, grooming, dressing as well as cooking and laundry.


Memory Care

For people with memory conditions. May be cared for at the assisted living or residential care. Many facilities have special training for this issue. These services provide a safe and secure place with professional staff, trained to care for persons with memory loss.


Nursing Centers

Facilities licensed to provide skilled medical care for more serious conditions by nurses and doctors. The skilled staff and equipment offer care and around-the-clock monitoring for seniors who, due to age or senility cannot live by themselves.


In-Home Care Services

Get the help you need in your own home. With the help of an in-home care aide, you can get the help you need in your own home. In addition to helping with activities of daily living they can also help with managing medication and continence care as well as chores around the house.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When is it time to start looking for an assisted living facility?

Do you notice your loved one is becoming challenged with performing activities of daily living. Perhaps they have forgotten to pay the utility bill, dress in the same clothes day after day or are forgetting to take medication. Have you noticed bruises? This may be an indication that they have fallen. Do you notice an unsteadiness when they walk?
These are some of the signs that will let you know that it is time to approach assisted living options. This is a difficult decision. Many times your loved one will deny anything is wrong. Be patient and listen. Their resistance comes from fear. Many seniors do not know what assisted living is, be patient and explain to them. Ask for the assistance of your loved one’s physician. Most of the time they are inclined to accept the suggestion coming from their personal doctor.

How do I discuss assisted living options with my parent?

The earlier you can start this conversation the better. Even if your loved one is not ready yet, give them time to get accustomed to the idea. Involving them in making that decision creates a sense of independence and dignity. When they are ready they will let you know. Involve them in touring communities to give them a chance to make friends with the people they see in an assisted living.

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