S. Wilcox
S. Wilcox
14:33 23 Sep 19
Jill Benoff Welch
Jill Benoff Welch
01:15 18 Aug 19
Thank you so much for taking excellent car of my father!!! He loves it there!! We love the staff!! Especially Samuel, he’s always on top of things and so caring and has so much empathy!! He’s fabulous!! Please take a moment and give him kudos!! Because he really is amazing!!
Beth Vic
Beth Vic
15:25 23 Aug 18
Beautiful facility, exceptional staff!
Tim Wallace
Tim Wallace
05:51 15 Sep 17
Anita Webb
Anita Webb
00:41 01 Sep 17
Beautiful facility!!!
Rusty Atkinson
Rusty Atkinson
20:55 23 Aug 17
Ronald Sanders
Ronald Sanders
13:23 19 Aug 17
Dirk Smith
Dirk Smith
14:22 23 Jul 17
Great people and atmosphere
Rafael Carballo
Rafael Carballo
04:35 30 Jun 17
Muy bonito lugar
357semi auto
357semi auto
06:11 06 Jun 17
Tamara Bonds
Tamara Bonds
09:54 16 May 17
Jamie W
Jamie W
22:34 11 May 17
william white
william white
00:59 03 Apr 17
Great place to work
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Asdf Jkl
13:09 17 Jan 17
Dionne Ashley
Dionne Ashley
20:10 21 Dec 16
This place is wonderful across the spectrum both for the newly retired that just want a quiet neighborhood to live in, to the complete assisted care facilities offered, should the need arise (this can be for acute temporary conditions or long term). They even have hospice available here. We utilized a hospice service for my grandmother and were very impressed with their staff (If I remember correctly, you can request information and will be provided with outside hospice info). The nurses were kind, understanding, patient, and informative. They didn't act irritated with our many, many questions and concerns, and I felt comfortable leaving my grandmother in their care at the end of the day. Because of this facility's wide range of care, my grandfather, who is almost completely blind and cannot drive because of this, was able to spend much more time at my grandmother's side in her last days because he lived in one of the apartments in the main building. I feel the greatest advantage to offering a full range of care and services is that this allows for the highest level of independence possible. If something does change and a higher level of care is needed, residents will still be able to stay in a familiar environment. This is a difficult transition for many people and this lessens the need to make "the hard decisions," down the road. My grandmother passed away in 2012 and my grandfather still resides here. He has been able to make friendships and enjoy more activities because of the ability to access resources he would not normally have. You can become as involved or uninvolved as you wish, although it appears most people find the community to be a great thing. Ultimately, these factors all increase one's quality of life, as well as eases the minds of loved ones that often feel overwhelmed by the entire process. Since 2012, I've watched this community grow and evolve, including the neighborhood just down the street. I have emphasized a lot of what this facility has to offer when some (or a lot) of assistance is needed, but I would be remiss not to mention the sizable neighborhood next door. The houses are brand new and quite beautiful. I've watched them being built. It bears worth mentioning that the all of the grounds are very clean and well-kept. I also have had personal experience with being confronted by security (I was photographing by the pond while visiting my grandparents) and know for a fact they take the safety and security of their residents very seriously (you are required to check in when visiting the main building and the apartments inside of it, but this is not required for the neighborhood area). This would be an ideal "golden years" experience, in my opinion. I could enjoy living around people my own age, know that I could stay in the comfort of my home - or at least my neighborhood - until my last day on earth, and my overall quality of life would be maximized. I'm quite certain there are additional benefits that are offered to residents that I'm not aware of (landscaping, cleaning service, social events, etc.). The one issue that could be a very big issue with this location is the price tag. This would probably be a deal-breaker for most people. They say you get what you pay for. Unfortunately the average American simply will not have the means to cover the cost long term for living here. I'm not aware of any type of financial assistance or services offered, but I haven't looked into that and it may be worth a little bit of research if this move feels right for you or your loved one(s).Overall, I am very impressed with all of the advantages this kind of lifestyle has to offer. I personally would consider living here should my finances allow for it and I'm still residing locally when I'm retired. I still come here frequently to visit my grandfather and have enjoyed watching this new community flourish in recent years. Words cannot express how grateful we are to those incredible nurses and staff that helped us through the last part of my grandmothers journey. Thank you.
Evans Tonge Lufungulo
Evans Tonge Lufungulo
14:17 10 Nov 16
Magnificent
Judy Rose
Judy Rose
14:54 29 Aug 16
Jonathan Bounds
Jonathan Bounds
14:09 18 Apr 16