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We visited The Cambridge. It and the people were very nice. We were able to see a one-bedroom, but we’re really interested in a two-bedroom, and they didn’t have any available. They didn’t have a pool, but they did have a small library and a pool table, which is something I appreciate. We had lunch there, and it was very nice. They had a garden that you can go out to, activities, exercise, and some games.
I have moved into The Palms. It stood out to me because of how friendly they were and how they were recommended by some people who had lived here; their children were very pleased with it. The apartments are very nice and clean. There's always somebody around to give you a hand if you need help. I am very pleased with it. They have bridge. The chef really outdoes himself. The veggies are always nice and fresh and not overcooked. The meat is good and the fish is wonderful. I don't have any complaints about this place at all.
Rosewood Estates did not have assisted living. The rooms were very nice. Everyone was friendly. I think they had a library, a small fitness center, and a van that takes you to doctors and shopping that's nice. The food was delicious. The dining area was bright, open, pretty, and had a lot of windows.
I was not impressed with Spring Haven Retirement. The lady that helped us and who showed us the place was very friendly and very informative, but I felt it was old. I was not impressed with the elevators since they were not clean. I was not impressed, although it offered a lot of amenities and activities. I thought that was good. The dining rooms were OK.
My father is in Bay Park. It has been really good for my dad since he's made a lot friends. It is an independent living and the perfect level of care for him because he can still be pretty independent, but it gives the family a lot of security knowing that there is 24-hour staff set up for people with disabilities. They look out for him if does not come for dinner or something. I think it is the perfect environment for someone with his level of difficulty where he can still be independent; he can come and go if he pleases, but all the meals are provided and he has the community and security. The food is good. I eat there a couple of times a month with him, and I am really impressed with the food. I think it is really good quality. They have fresh vegetables with their salads, and the meals are well balanced and fresh. If he does not want to eat any of the food, they are accommodating to that. He likes movies a lot and every night or in the evening, they show a movie in the living room. They make popcorn, and he really enjoys that. They have really good activities. My dad is a published author and asks that if he can do a reading of one of his books to the community, and they have scheduled that. That was really so great for him to have that opportunity to share his book with the community. If you live in the community and you are an artist, they feature things about them. They really show a lot of respect for the people who live there who have had careers and done a lot in their lives. They really honor them and give them a chance to share that with the rest of the people living there. I think it is really great. My only complaint, honestly, is that it is expensive. I feel like it is really high quality, but I feel like for what we are paying, it had better be.
We saw Desoto Beach Club when we visited the place. We initially liked it, but we talked to some people who moved out of the place and to a resident in the elevator who said that the management had changed and the quality had gone down. The manager who gave us the tour said to us to disregard the carpets because they are going to be replaced soon, but the residents told us they were being told that for two years now. The carpet did look pretty bad.
Yardley Commons was very nice, very clean, and very friendly. We liked that a lot and were very seriously considering going there. We ate there, and it was very nice. We really enjoyed the food. The social recreation was very nice.
I like Sterling Court very much; in fact, it's my number one choice. The staff was great and well organized. The guy who accommodated me did a great job. The apartments were nice since it’s a new community. Their dining area is very nice, and I enjoyed it.
The Chateau was probably our second choice. The place was fresh and bright; however, it was a little bit farther from us, and farther from the doctors and hospitals we use. They were friendly and accommodating.
My mother is in The Plaza. It’s clean, and they’re friendly and helpful. I was impressed by the activities, and the care available, including 24-hour nursing care. They have a kosher kitchen, so the meals are very good and delicious. My mother is really happy there.
The Palms was really nice, though a little overpriced, but they were all in that price range. The apartments were very nice, spacious, and I guessed that they had 47 different floor plans. The staff was very friendly and very cordial. They took me on a tour and showed me everything. They had a beauty salon, a weight room, a card room, and basically everything that everybody else did.
We had a positive tour of Springs of Escondido. The rooms looked pretty roomy, and they had a lot of activities. We were not able to eat there, but they do provide meals. Their dining area looked spotless, and their menu looked good. I met few of the staff who seemed very friendly and caring. They had bus trips to various place. I looked at their calendar, and they had games and a lot of things going on. I would definitely recommend this place.
Pinecrest was very nice, and I would recommend it to anyone who could afford it. The whole place was clean, modern, updated, and upscale. The manager or administrator was very nice and accommodating. It was conveniently located near grocery stores, drugstores, churches, and shopping centers.
I had a great time with Redwood. It was just right, and the facilities were beautiful. The staff was accommodating and seemed to be really caring. The dining room was really nice, clean, and pretty well kept.
Emerald Pond had small cottages that you could live in independently with a dining room, a library, and a movie theater. I would be able to keep on working while living there. I liked it so much because of the nearness to my family and work.
Bluebird Estates was a nice place. The grounds were beautiful, but it felt too confined for me. I want something bigger. They have an apartment, but I could not afford it. I had lunch there, and the food was really nice. For activities, they had somebody come in for entertainment, exercise, and dancing.
Windward Palms was great. The people were friendly. I looked at a nice and clean but small one-bedroom unit. They had to have larger windows because I would like to be able to look out. They had a lot of space where you could play cards with the people there. The dining room looked very nice.
I enjoy Madrona Hills. The apartment I have is a nice one-bedroom apartment. It isn’t what I was used to, but no apartment is going to be as large as my house. I enjoy the little get-togethers, chats, and the games that we play. I haven’t been able to take many of them in yet because I am still recovering from knee surgery, but the ones I have been able to do, I have really enjoyed. The dining room is very nice and very clean. The food is good. I like being able to cook my own if I want to, and that’s the only thing I can’t do here. I can’t cook a meal for myself as there isn't a kitchen in my apartment.
The only one we visited was Harveston. It’s a really nice facility with bright and spacious rooms. They had a library, a dining room, a game room, a TV room, a workout area, a craft room, and an outdoor area. The staff was very friendly, and there are a lot of activities that appeal to my grandmother. They have non-denominational church services and bingo, and for my grandfather, they have football games on like football parties.
Durham Regent was a beautiful place. We wanted to get our mother in there, but what they advertise on the internet is different from the price when you go in to visit. It was a very clean and convenient living space. I liked the way it was set up. They had lots of activities for the senior citizens and a means of taking them to the doctor when they need to go. The staff was very nice. Everything was great, except they did not have the facility that we need. There was advertising that didn’t meet their price.
We like the area, the settings, the landscaping, the people, and the cleanliness of Point Defiance Village. It is a very nice community. The sizes of the rooms are nice, and they have a nice balcony. It has easy access to the cafeteria, and the food is good.