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I moved in to Orchid Terrace and I like it and my studio room a lot. The food is very nice. We have bingo, dancing, music, card playing, and Wii bowling. The staff is really nice. This is a really nice place.
The staff at Montara Meadows is wonderful and caring. They have gone out of their way to do everything to make us happy and make sure we have everything we want. The living quarters are clean and beautifully maintained. You couldn't ask for better than what we have. The food is delightful; it's like being on a cruise, as far as the menu goes. For activities, there's everything you could ask for. If you're not active, it's your own fault because there's more than enough to do here. I couldn't ask for anybody to be any nicer than what we have here. We don't have any complaints at all.
I had a very good experience with The Harrison. It was a lovely facility, and the atmosphere was nice. I was really impressed with it and liked it a lot. The apartments were adequate. The staff followed up with several phone calls, answered all my questions, and offered to have us come back and look some more. We had a really nice lunch there. My mother can’t afford it.
The people at Rock Spring were very nice. We liked it a lot. The dining room was clean, bright, and the food looked very good and included fresh salads. The people seemed to be very pleased with the service they were getting. We really liked what we saw in their schedule of activities. This place was our top choice, especially on the basis of price.
The Palms was a lovely place with excellent food and had a very friendly atmosphere when you come into the lobby. The only downside is that it?s a little pricey for me. During my visit, I saw residents playing tennis, and it seemed like people were very active. They also had church services and trips, which was great. I was extremely impressed.
Lake Ridge was very nice. But maybe because it’s brand new, it just felt a bit cold. The people working there seemed very nice, but it didn’t have a homey quality to it. They had a barber shop and they were just going to start a little collection of books for a library. We didn’t see much activity at that time and I think they only had four residents. It used to be a hotel, so they just remodeled it. Part of it might have been that it was really cold in there too. The pricing was probably cheaper but I think it’s a very good value actually because they did have a doctor that came all the time. Doctors had actually bought this building and started it. I think it will really be nice. It’s just a little farther away from where mom wanted to be.
Village at the Falls is very nice. I liked it. It seems to be setup well. We liked what we saw. We just took a quick tour. It's laid out nicely, it's clean, and neat. People we meet there were very polite. When the time comes, it certainly a spot we would consider.
The Venetian Gardens is so beautiful when you walk in. The lady took me around and showed me some of the rooms, including a nice, private one that the tenant let us see. The dining room was gorgeous. Everything looked really nice.
The staff at Rock Spring was excellent and welcoming. I liked the facility itself, and the rooms were nice. I believe they served breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and had exercise classes, games and activities inside. The food was very good, too.
We loved Essex House. I like their live-in care managers. They have a wonderful facility that I would highly recommend to others. They have good food, good staff, and friendly personnel. They were very knowledgeable and took us on a tour. We talked to some of the residents there who seemed happy. They have different room sizes and it was very clean.
The Madison is a very nice facility. The staff is excellent and accommodating. They've invited us several times for dinner. They're very pleasant, helpful, and they'd do anything for you. They're prompt with their food. It's a nice facility. They also have other things going on. When we were there for dinner they had like comedy act or singing act, which was nice and entertaining.
We liked the person who showed us around at Apple Blossom. She was very efficient and really knew her business. It seemed very homey, clean, and quiet. The people that we observed seemed very content. We liked the way it was setup and the way they served the meals.
I visited and really liked Montara Meadows for one of my clients. The staff was super friendly. I was impressed by the general services of the community, the dining room, and the pool. The apartments were nice, too.
Tamarack is an old place. They don’t have a swimming pool or a facility for water aerobics. Everybody was very nice to us; however, we'd really like a pool, and that was that thing that put us off. The staff who accommodated us was very nice, cordial, and answered all of our questions. The food was excellent.
Sterling Court is kept very well. The rooms are decent and small but adequate. The food is terrible, and there aren't many activities that I would like to participate in. It's not what I thought it would be. There has been a change in management and the residents. When I first started out here, it was a much more friendly place than it is now. It has become uncomfortable. It's not what I'm used to. I'm looking for more intellect, more diversity, and better food. All you get is fried food and pork, which I don't eat.
The dining area at The Springs of Escondido wasn’t open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.; they have scheduled meal times. The rooms were fine. The manager was quite courteous. Overall, I was pleased with what I saw.
Las Brisas was nice. The room was basically the same as in the other facility we saw if not as well kept. It had a bedroom, a living room, a small kitchen, and a place for a kitchen table. The staff was very friendly, very accommodating, very friendly, and answered all of our questions. I know they had activities, but we didn’t see anything going on. The day that we went, most of the residents had gone on an outing, which is good and means that they get out to go places.
We visited Apple Blossom, but my in-laws could not afford it. The attendant that took us around was very nice and very knowledgeable. The rooms were quite nice. We probably would have chosen that facility had my in-laws had the income to stay there. One of the things that I did not like about it was their rate changed based on their occupancy. They were similar to a hotel as it was not a standard rate. The staff was very nice. The common dining area was clean. I liked all of their amenities and the meals that they prepared. They had a hair salon, a nail technician that came by, and a nurse and a pharmacist assistant on-call. They had a lot of things available, so people would not have to leave the property.
Our stay has been very good in The Gardens at Wakefield. It has good food and nice apartments. When we moved in, everybody from management to the other clients were all very friendly and helpful. It was just a very nice, welcoming experience. They even helped us put the furniture in. The apartment is clean, a good size, and very well appointed with a washer and dryer, a full kitchen, a balcony, and a large bathroom. The location is excellent near a lot of shopping and lots of restaurants. It has good parking and nice gardens. The food is excellent with three meals a day, and the dining staff is very accommodating. There are lots of activities going on during the day and on the weekends. You can find just about anything you want to do. I recommend them.
I like The Lodge at Wake Forest for my mother. It was 10 to 15 minutes from my house, so I like the fact that it was close to me. The facility itself was very nicely set up and laid out. It felt more like a vacation lodge in the mountains rather than an assisted living home. This was my favorite out of the three I visited. The room and staff were very nice. I met with one of the ladies that was running it. She and her husband like it so much, that they moved in. It was nice because she lives there as well as helps run it.
The administration and staff at Copley Place was friendly and wonderful. The setting was a very peaceful, wooden area with parking. The apartments were clean and updated. It’s homey and close to shopping.