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Kittery Estates is a very pleasant community that's meeting all of my mother's needs. It is a beautiful place, the food is delicious, the activities pertain to her interests, and she loves them. They have a Catholic mass once a week that Mom likes. She takes part in the exercises sometimes. She likes the food so much that she says she eats too much for lunch and doesn't bother to go to dinner. Her room is fantastic. She has a beautiful deck that she loves. They have around 200 activities a month. If they're sitting at the dining table, they'll have trivia questions. They'll announce in the morning what's going to happen that day, like if the bus is going to take them shopping or to the movies. They have a beautiful community theater and have bingo every day. There's a nurse that visits the place two or three times a week to have the residents' blood pressure taken or some foot care. If she needs to go anywhere, we get her there and take her. The marketing person, Debbie, is very helpful, attentive, and lets you vent.
My parents have an apartment at Vista del Rio. Everything is going well. The staff is very nice and supportive. The food isn't as good, but it's edible and nutritious. They only have a one-bedroom, but overall, they're very happy there. I really like it but the food assortment could be better.
The Westmont was fine. The apartment I saw was empty and needed some cleaning but looked nice to me. It just needed some wall patches. The staff was very friendly and good. Everybody seemed pleasant and active.
We liked Quail Run Estates a lot. The people there were very helpful and informative. The facilities were very nice. The apartments were in great shape, new, and well kept. The dining room was nicely set up with four tables, almost like in a restaurant. There were waitresses that bring the food to the table so that was very nice. People sit with their friends, and it looked like a very nice community. It's the one that we liked the most because of the parking that they provide. The pricing was pretty reasonable, and the fact that they work with folks' income was nice.
The Worthington has full-time staff and don't have people that work short shifts nor a lot of people coming and going. They clean for the clients, provide the towels and the bedding, and launder towels and bedding. Someone is always there and very cheerful. There's enough activities without being overwhelming. There's a registered nurse that comes three times a week. It's beautiful. The artwork, furniture, and floral arrangements are spectacular. It seems to be a very happy place, and you could always find a place to sit. There are two laundry rooms with two washers and two dryers. Each room had a patio and a balcony. It's a very open floor plan and a very happy environment. The food is excellent.
I stayed for two nights at Willow Park as a test of what it felt like to live there. It’s a nice place with good food and a lot of activities. The only one I took part in was a Bingo game that a few of us played. The staff was all nice; I liked them. And I really liked their food. It’s different than the other places because they have a back area for dining, but they also open up the front area.
We loved Wescourt. We didn't have any problems with it. The rooms were very nice and adequate for what my mother-in-law is going to need for space. My husband and I thought it was fine. The man that helped us out was very friendly and nice. They had a laundry room. My husband and I both said we'd live there.
Bluebird Estates was very nice. I liked the layout of the apartments a little bit better than in other places. The staff was very good, helpful, and accommodating. They're just not as flexible with folks who have a car. They offered a conference room for folks who wanted to have a party, and I thought that was very nice.
It's more like a home here at Sheldon Oaks. The only thing I would correct in this place is they should have the food served all day long. We have three feedings and an hour and a half to get down there, get our food, and get back. But other than that, it's homey, they take care of problems, they treat me really well, everybody is really friendly, and I enjoy it here. The managers are always there to take care of you and help you. It's very comforting.
We liked Colonial Harbor so much, we didn't go anywhere else. It is $2,400 a month, which, I think, is pretty affordable. The staff member we met was quite nice. The dining area was very nice and a restaurant-style setting with orders sent right to the kitchen. It seemed like the security was very good. It was in a nice area, very clean, and updated. The rooms were nice. Everything about it was good. They had a chapel and play cards and different games.
I settled on Birch Heights. I chose it because I felt at home there and had the right feeling for me. I thought the facility was very clean and well kept. The grounds were pretty, and the lawn was taken care of. The food was good, and the price was right. They had an activities director, movies, and a library.
Redwood was fine, although I don’t believe they are for my mother-in law. They seemed to have older demographics and a higher level of care. It seemed more assisted living. The kitchenette was smaller than what we are looking for but well-appointed. They had good-sized rooms that seemed to have been upgraded recently, so there wasn’t a lot of wear and tear.
The Lodge and its staff were excellent. The rooms were a bit small and weren't really the design that my mom was looking for. However, the building itself was like an elegant hotel and comfortable. They had some very good activities and good benefits for the family as well like when your family wants to come and eat with you, you would not have to pay for it. When your family would like to come and stay, they only spend half the cost to stay in the facility. We all really liked it. In fact, when we left The Lodge at White Bear, my sister and my brother did not want to look at another facility. They just wanted to stay in that one. All around, I thought it was a much better facility.
I spent a night at Pinecrest. The staff member I talked to was fine and very kind. We had several conversations on the phone and through emails before I went over there. He is a great representative for that community. The room was fine, but I felt confined, and I’m not ready for that. I ate one meal, and the food was OK. My biggest issue was there were too many people in walkers and wheelchairs, and I just couldn’t live in that environment.
Whealdon Estates is a nice place, though it depends on the room you get because some rooms are nicer than others. The room that I saw was a one-bedroom that was recently renovated, so it was nice. The staff was friendly and accommodating. We had lunch there, and the food was very tasty.
My brother-in-law is in Spring Oaks. I have mixed emotions about it. He's getting very good care. It wasn't built to be assisted living. The people's health is more severe. It seems to me to be more of a rehab place than an assisted living place. They're really good with the food. When they grind up his food, like if it's a hotdog, it still looks like a bun and a hotdog. It always resembles the food that's being served. They go out of their way and supposedly it tastes the same, except that they're not chewing it. The staff is wonderful. He had his teeth pulled and was bleeding so much. They just went out of their way to help him because he has to have teabags to chew on to stop the bleeding. We didn't have to worry about him. The care was very good.
Windward Palms was very nice. Everybody was very friendly, and the place looked very nice. The whole area was good. The building and the apartment that they showed me was nice, the food was excellent, and the person who took us around was exceptionally nice.
We moved our parents to The Tremont a week ago, and so far, it's been great. It is close to our house. The people running the place are really good, helpful, and very nice. It is a husband and wife that run the place, and we like them both. They are very kind, and I see them working with the people. That’s why we chose this place.
Briarcrest Estates was a little old-looking and wasn't up-to-date as much as the other places are, but everything else was good. The residents were eating at the time I was there and everything looked really nice. They had a library, an activity center, a dining area, and an exercise bicycle. The rooms were nice, and the lady that showed me around was really nice.
I was very impressed with Essex House. The one person who was giving us the tour was very knowledgeable and friendly. They showed us many different rooms, and although the rooms were small, they were perfectly sized for one person and had a nice view. They had bingo and cards, and invited us for lunch; the food was excellent and came in smaller portions, plus salads, dessert, and others.