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Lytton Gardens - A Covia Affordable CommunityLytton Gardens - A Covia Affordable Community
Lytton Gardens is part of Covia Affordable Communities. Covia promotes positive aging by cultivating healthy and engaged communities with a continuum of innovative services that actively support intellectual, physical, emotional, spiritual, and socia... Read more
Lytton Gardens is part of Covia Affordable Communities. Covia promotes positive aging by cultivating healthy and engaged communities with a continuum of innovative services that actively support intellectual, physical, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being. Find out more at covia.org.
Lytton Gardens is part of Covia Affordable Communities, providing housing and services to low-income seniors in the mid-Peninsula. We have over 580 senior residents who call Lytton Gardens home.
As a multi-level care facility, we become many things to many people. For our Seniors in Retirement Living, Lytton is a home base- providing comfortable housing in an environment of friendships, activities and connection.
For our Assisted Living residents, Lytton is a safe place where help with challenging life requirements is available, together with the bonds of community and companionship.
For our volunteers, Lytton is a place where they make a positive, joyful difference every day in the lives of our residents.
We are proud of our unique community of quality care, mutual service and belonging.
Fantastic experience volunteering here with my dog for awhile. Unfortunately he ran into some life events so it was no longer appropriate to volunteer with him ( behavior issues cropped up). But it was a nice volunteer experience while it lasted, and I have some lovely and memorable conversations with the patients and it was good for my dog too. I hope to have an appropriate dog in the future I could visit with again.
The orientation is great and provided a good details of what to expect from their facility and also what they offer to their residents.
The residents as well as their staffs are very nice and friendly.