Senior Lifestyle Corporation
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Setting ourselves apart with a focus on detail and hospitality in every aspect of our business, Senior Lifestyle Corporation has been helping seniors enjoy healthier, more fulfilling lives since 1985. Each Senior Lifestyle community is home to a unique group of seniors, and we tailor every aspect of our homes, from dining and hospitality to programming and care, to meet their individual needs. We are constantly innovating new lifestyle choices to meet the rising expectations of our current and future residents as well as their families.
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If you are looking for fancy, exquisite, resort-style senior living in a gorgeous Scottsdale setting, then at Andara, you have come to the perfect place. Andara is truly 5-Star Senior Living in every option, amenity, quality of care, activity, and service provided to the residents. Andara offers Assisted and Independent Living options that are unbelievable.
Facility: You walk into a massive, gorgeous lobby that is backed by a breathtaking wrap-around staircase. The lobby is full of sitting areas and comfortable furniture for socialization. The facility is stunningly decorated with welcoming colors and beautiful artwork. It seems like every piece of décor, piece of artwork, piece of furniture, etc. was perfectly placed in the space it was meant for and the entire community is kept white glove-test-worthy clean – almost uncomfortably clean, like you are afraid to take a step in fear of dirtying up the facility, but for some reason, it still feels homey.
There are many services and options available to assist the residents in living a care-free, active, and social lifestyle. The community is pet-friendly. There are many social areas throughout, including an activity room with a pool table and poker/card tables. A community kitchen with private dining, where residents and their families can cook private meals to enjoy together. There is also a well-equipped beauty salon/spa, a fun art center, well-stocked library a movie theater, an awesome fitness center, a computer center with free Wi-Fi, A gorgeous fine-dining-restaurant-style dining room, and so much more. There is also a beautiful skywalk where residents can walk between buildings – it’s perfect for indoor powerwalking if the weather outside is uncooperative. There are also many walking paths, a charming courtyard, cozy outdoor sitting areas, a welcoming pool/hot tub area, etc. for the residents to enjoy the fresh air and outdoors.
Side note: the community also offers the residents a covered outdoor parking structure to keep their cars safe from the elements.
There are quite a few different Independent Living and Assisted Living floorplans to choose from, each option offering a spacious and beautifully designed living space for the residents to call home. The floorplans in Assisted Living consist of different sized studios, all containing either kitchenettes or full kitchens. The Independent Living floorplans include 1 and 2 bedroom options, some with dens and patios, and all with full kitchens and other great
Staff/Quality of Care: Amazing. The care team at Andara, no matter the department, is always placing the needs and safety of the residents first above all else. They are wonderful in interacting with the residents, they are very caring and seem to really enjoy working at Andara, which is a very refreshing thing to see in a senior living community. When a resident moves in, they are assigned a personal care plan which helps to offer personalized one-on-one care based on a resident’s specific needs.
Residents: The residents seem to really love living here. They seem as if they feel very comfortable and at home within the community. All of the residents seem to get along very well – it is rare to see a resident sitting or walking by themselves as they usually do everything together.
Food Service: The food service at Andara is just like fine dining in a beautiful restaurant. The dining options are menu-style, offering a variety of delicious and beautifully presented meals. There are also snacks available at all times for residents. What I really appreciate is that the dining staff/chefs chat with the residents and hold regularly scheduled meetings to determine the types of meals the residents would like to have incorporated into the menus as well as to gain suggestions on how the dining team can make the dining experience even better for the residents. They appear to really care about the residents suggestions and implement as many of those suggestions as possible.
Andara is a wonderful, breathtaking community – true resort-style living.
This community is apart of the Greatwood subdivision allowing for families to be near to the loved one. The property is beautiful with perfectly manicured landscape and the staff greets everyone who visits. I have heard only great things regarding the quality care provided by staff at this facility and can see how everyone I spoke with had great things to say about this community. Schedule your tour today.
The Woodmark at Sun City is one of my favorite senior living communities in all of Arizona. Not only is it located in the 5-star senior living city of Sun City, but it is located in a part of Sun City that is incredibly convenient. Anything a resident could want is close by. The Woodmark offers Independent & Assisted Living and Memory Care and the care they provide is incredible. The staff members at the Woodmark are some of the most patient, caring people. The way they interact with each resident is personable and loving – the employee morale seems very high and the staff members truly seem to love their jobs, which is often, sadly, a rare occurrence in senior living.
The facility is gorgeous, you really have to see it firsthand to really soak it all in. Whenever I visit I don’t want to leave – I want to move right in with the residents and stay put. The grounds are always impeccably landscaped and clean. There are many sitting areas and walking paths available so the residents can enjoy the fresh outdoors. There is also a greenhouse for those residents who enjoy gardening. The interior of the community is breathtaking. You can see that they put so much pride and dedication into the design of the building. The facility is always kept so clean and it always smells great. The common areas are stunning with tall ceilings, beautifully painted walls, beautiful flooring, a striking staircase, and lots of windows allowing natural light to flood in, and beautiful décor throughout. There are so many sitting areas full of comfy, cozy furniture for the residents to socialize with family, friends, and fellow residents. There is one sitting area with a homey fireplace as the focal point. It is a very inviting area that residents and visitors love. The dining room is probably my favorite part of the facility, it is absolutely elegant while remaining comfortable.
The Woodmark provides many great activities, services, and amenities to help the residents remain active and live a fulfilling life that enriches the mind, body, and spirit. There is a lovely library stocked full of books, a large fitness center, activity/game rooms, a salon and a gorgeous spa offering so many services for pampering and relaxation. There is an adorable little 50’s style diner/café.
The food service at the Woodmark is 5-star fine-dining all the way. The menu options are plentiful and the food service staff is committed to designing the menu based on the tastes and desires of the residents. The chefs are in constant communication with the residents getting their input on the types of dishes and foods they would like to see incorporated into the menu. The residents are free to make requests and menu items can easily be cooked to order. The food service team accommodate the residents in every way possible.
The Woodmark at Sun City is not only a MUST SEE, but you’ll see during your visit, that it’s also a MUST STAY. Go and speak with the happy residents, observe the capable, caring staff, see all that the Woodmark has to offer – you won’t be disappointed.
Orchard Park is conveniently located in McKinney. The skilled, compassionate memory care professionals seem to be dedicated to providing residents with the care they need while they enjoy the community’s warm atmosphere. The calendar shows lots of activities designed with the needs of residents whether they are active or not. They have 24 hour care available if residents are having a health crisis and they are comfortable in calling additional help as needed, such as home health. The pricing seems to be in line with the pricing in the immediate area. I recommend touring this property if you are needing the McKinney area.
Greatwood at Sugarland has a very cozy up-scale feel when you enter. The staff is kind and friendly. The administration staff are professional and helpful, and the nursing team show a lot of loving care to the residents. Some of the residents seem to be really down to earth and content. While others seem to be bit conservative. There are plenty of things to do for the residents to maintain their quality of life. When dining Seniors are served a well balanced meal. Depending on your preference, the taste may be a little bland. Overall, they are a wonderful independent/assisted living providing great care.
Fountain View Village is really an exceptional community. The dining room is one of my favorite areas – the tall, open windows show off beautiful Arizona landscape and the atmosphere is so relaxing and comfortable, making it the perfect place to socialize and enjoy amazing food service. The menu options are incredible, satisfying all types of appetites and lifestyle diet regimens. The kitchen/dining staff keep the dining area incredibly clean and they cater to the residents needs during mealtimes, while serving meals on 5-star-restaurant-worthy dressed tables.
There are many common areas for the residents to roam freely and socialize with visitors and fellow residents. There is a beautiful library stocked with books, comfortable furniture, and a relaxing fireplace for chilly desert nights. There are actually several fireplaces throughout the community for the residents to enjoy. There is also a wonderful activity room with a bar area and pool table. There are several tables where the residents can play bingo, card/board games or enjoy craft time.
The services and amenities are endless, if you have a loved one who is looking to stay busy and active, then look no further! Fountain View has salon/barber services, a theater, a cute deli/bistro area, a swimming pool and fitness center, a lovely chapel for religious services, a private dining room for special family get-togethers, and so much more.
The care team is exceptional in catering to the residents individual needs, offering each and every resident one-on-one care and attention that shows the residents love, dignity, and respect.
I visited Emerald Springs again just last month and I was very impressed by the positive changes I noticed that had taken place since my previous visit. While this used to be a community I would not recommend to anyone, I am beginning to quickly change my opinion. Here’s why…
Facility: The facility has made a complete turnaround since gaining new management. What was once a filthy, stained, dusty mess had turned into a bright, open, and spacious area that was very welcoming. One of the first things I noticed was that I wasn’t sneezing – during my prior visit, there was so much dust everywhere that I could not stop sneezing, it was awful. However, now, the dust was gone and my allergies remained unscathed. Everything looked to be in good working order. I did not see any maintenance issues or safety concerns. The overall feel of the community was now inviting and I wasn’t counting the minutes until I could finally leave. This time around I was able to focus on connecting with the residents instead of being preoccupied with the condition of the facility.
Residents: The residents seemed very comfortable and happy. One lady told me that she had moved in recently and that she felt so welcomed by the residents and staff from the very first day. She said that everyone has been so helpful in showing her the lay of the land.
Staff/Quality of Care: The staff members made it a point to call the residents by name. They seemed committed to provided one-on-one care and they never seemed rushed when interacting with a resident. I was very impressed with the level of care and attention provided to the residents.
Activities: They offer many events and activities that family members are encouraged to attend. There are also volunteer opportunities available to residents who like to contribute and keep busy.
Food: The food always looks and smells delicious. There is a plethora of options to satisfy the palate each resident.
The quality of service at the Inn at Amethyst is truly outstanding. I took a friend's grandmother to view the facility, and though she was a little nervous at first, the staff were so personable and made her feel very welcome. We joined in an activity they were having and she had the greatest time socializing and making new friends. Following the activity, we enjoyed dinner in the dining room, and she fell in love with the meatloaf gravy and mashed potatoes. She said that it was absolutely the epitome of a home cooked meal. She said the food alone was worth making the move to the facility. When it was time to leave, I practically had to pull her out of there! I was incredibly happy with how the staff made her feel so welcome. They almost instantly put any anxiety she may have been feeling to rest by introducing her to residents and getting her involved with the activities. They gave her an idea of what a typical day living there would be like, and I think that really helped her to feel more comfortable with the impending transition from her own home to her assisted living home. She realized that her life there was not going to impose the boring and sedentary lifestyle she had been afraid of. Instead she found that the Inn at Amethyst supports and encourages a very active and healthy lifestyle and they going even further in this support by offering residents a wide variety of different activities to choose from each month. She really fell in love with the Inn at Amethyst and I was very impressed with the quality of service and care that I observed.
Very large chain put in one. The environment is very homelike. Great staff and wonderful residents to interact with. Everyone is a family and it is a great place to work and live. There food is awesome. It smells great and you feel like you are on vacation when you walk in the doors. They greet you well and treat you well. No better place to be. Go by and take a look at the place and you will see what I mean.
I love this place. It makes you feel at home and the staff and residents are very sweet. The residents have a great environment to live and great things to do there. I had a my clinical there and loved it to the max. I would say it is a great place to live and the food and staff are out of this world. If you get a chance to go visit please do. You will love what you see.
My brother and I agonized over putting Dad in a facility due to his advanced dementia. I live in WI and he local to this facility. Management and staff were very patient with us and our indecision. The accommodated many visits for lunch and spent a lot of time talking and planning. When my brother went on vacation, I flew out to look after Dad. In my heart I knew he needed this but it is still tough. The staff understand that and are sympathetic and compassionate. They really do bend over backwards to assist in anyway they can. The food is great, the facility is clean and care is top notch. I am so grateful we found Walden and we can rest easy knowing Dad well cared for, safe and comfortable. Strongly recommended.
My mother has lived at Heritage of Peachtree for the past several years. The facility is staffed by kind and caring professionals who are always willing to go out of their way to assist my mother. Activities are scheduled regularly for the residents, and my mom attends many of these. She says that there is not much to do on weekends, perhaps because many residents leave the facility on weekends to visit their families. My mom was an excellent cook and has enjoyed a lot of fine food in her lifetime. She has mentioned that the food at The Heritage could be better, although it is plentiful. I imagine that it is difficult to prepare a variety of tasty offerings for a resident population that is elderly and has dietary restrictions. The quality of care in this facility is excellent, and I am comfortable recommending it without reservation. I would like to compliment the facility's manager, Wanda Khayat, on her hiring and retention of very dedicated staff members, including one-site nurse Debbie Greene, Handyman Chris and Admin Assistants Joyce and Kim. The facility is very clean and well-kept. Overall, The Heritage of Peachtree is a fine facility and deserves serious consideration if you are in need of a safe and comfortable assisted living residence for a loved one.
My husband John, has been here 2 weeks and has tremendously enjoyed the food. The nursing staff and everyone here as been extremely helpful and friendly and very caring. When he returns from his surgery next week, his desire is to return to the facility. This is the best place to be. We both will rate this a 5 star nursing facility. The therapist are extremely professional and experience and my husband (John) has enjoyed his rehab and has progressed with their help. The entertainment in activities are wonderful, they help the residents to feel comfortable and enjoy their stay..Even our service dog (Ruby) has enjoyed coming and greeting all of the staff. All of the activities that are in place for the facility I really enjoy them. If you want to have your loved one experience a "home" away from "home" this is the place to bring them.
Review by Karen, Loving Daughter of a Happy Mother
Family or friend of a resident
My Mother has been living at Mangrove Bay Assisted Living since 2011. As an only child looking after her in this phase of her life- I am forever thankful I have the staff at Mangrove Bay to depend on. The staff is as beautiful as are the amazing surroundings. It's one thing walking into this place- it looks like a Ritz Carlton hotel, but the staff surpasses even that. The Director, Kathy Wise, has always been there for both myself and my Mother. She always responds to emails and questions with kindness and compassion. The support staff, including the nurse manager Joi and Director Shawna are equally compassionate. If not for Kathy and her staff, the stress level I was sustaining before I moved Mom there (from another AL) was at the point where I was not taking good care of myself anymore- how can I be there for my Mom when I am so distraught? Moving Mom to Mangrove Bay was the best decision I have ever made in my Mom's behalf. I am able to get up each day knowing she is happy, safe, and cared for by wonderful people. I was not able to find that at the other places that had cared for her before coming here. Thank you Mangrove Bay, Kathy and all the staff. You have rescued not only my Mom, but me as well. Bless all of you.
My parents moved in on New Year's Eve and from day one they have loved every moment! The staff is so kind and caring Tricia at the front desk went out of her way to make my parents feel welcome and at home. The food is wonderful and going to the dining room is great for them to meet their neighbors and make new friends. My brothers and sisters are so grateful and have peace of mind knowing our parents are safe, happy and well cared for. Thank you to the whole Seasons staff and residents for making our parents feel at home.
Never say Never. For years I let everyone know I would never move into an assisted care facility. Well as usual in "never" comments I moved myself into Mallard Landing. This was after two years of researching. It was the best decision I've made in a long time. I chose a studio apartment. Big enough for treasures but not overwhelming. So I have a cosy space that reflects my interest and life. There are many and various activities. I tried to do all of them when I first moved in. Not enough energy, so I pick and choose each. Mallard Landing also provides a bus for special activities. Also every week a trip to the grocery store, bank, etc. I enjoy the spoiling, no dishes, laundry, housekeeping while many friendships. I thoroughly enjoy my lifestyle here with caring staff. I am the important one.
The decision to place my mom in an assisted living facility was heartbreaking. I was her primary caregiver for 2 years prior. However, her Alzheimer’s illness had progressed to the point where it was negatively impacting my emotional state and marriage. I had to do the unthinkable… transition mom to an assisted living facility. I searched and searched and searched for the “right place”. I visited a short list of about 12 facilities that spanned Northern New Jersey (where I live) and South Florida (where most of my relatives live). It wasn’t an easy search because I needed to find THE “right place”. A place that was within our budget and made us feel at home.
The Sterling at Aventura was THE “right place” for us. It’s been a year since we transitioned mom, but I remember my first experience at The Sterling like it was yesterday. Barry G. welcomed us with open arms…not welcomed like it was an appointment, but welcomed us like he invited us to his home (and I walked away feeling that it is his home). Barry has a lot of experience in his field and it shows. He answered all of our questions… he made suggestions that proved to be very helpful in terms of dealing with the Medicare system… He connected us with external resources to help us wade through the Medicare paperwork… But more importantly, he made us feel at home. I’m very grateful to Barry for taking his time with us and making me, my brother, my wife and my Aunt feel comfortable with The Sterling.
Quality care isn’t cheap! The next hurdle was working through the budget. Mary B, Executive Director, and Barry worked out a plan with us that paved the way for mom’s transition. Our family really appreciates how they went to bat for us in order to gain approval for the plan. I don’t know the full extent of the hoops they jumped through for us, but we are truly grateful for their efforts made on our behalf; they didn’t have to do it, but they did.
It’s been a year since mom transitioned to The Sterling. Her mental capacity is limited because of the disease, but she’s comfortable…and that’s all I can ask for at this stage in her life. Mom has a wonderful staff of nurses looking after her. I know firsthand how difficult she can be at times. So to Dorinda and her staff, thank you for caring for my mom, and for going the extra mile with love & patience. Please continue to hire more nurses like Marie-Joseph—she is awesome!
I thank God for the 2 years I had with mom…and I thank God for the kind, generous staff at the The Sterling. God bless them!
My Dad lived at Regal Estates for 6 months. I visited 2 other facilities before deciding on Regal Estates. It was the most loving and caring facility in the Clear Lake area. The rooms were nice and clean as was the overall facility. They were able to place my Dad in a downstairs room close to the dining room. My husband, son & I came to eat dinner with him frequently and had terrific choices on their menu. My Dad was not extremely outgoing but they would make sure that he was getting his meals regularly when he would not show up in the dining room by taking them to him. There is a salon, pool table room, tv room, large gathering room, weight/exercise room, happy hours weekly, outings and a super friendly staff. Unfortunately, my Dad required more of a skilled nursing facility so we could not continue to keep him there. I would HIGHLY recommend Regal Estates!
Blossom Valley is an amazing community in every respect. The management, staff, care providers, med assist, community relations, and Activity department are amazing. I would recommend this community to anyone. If my parents were still alive- this is where I would want them to live. Thank you, Sally Zahnd
My grandfather LOVES it here! The staff is wonderful and so is the food. They are given a menu for each meal and servers take their order. The other residents are on his same level, so he has made fast friends. It's a private facility, however there is a special assisted living benefit to war veterans that helps to cover the cost. I'm happy because he is happy. He has a studio style apartment with his own mailbox. It might sound silly, but at 87 years old, those are things that really matter to him. The staff has bent over backwards to make it affordable and to help find ways to cover the cost. It's completely worth every penny.
My grandfather spent the last days of his life in this facility, and I am grateful that the staff was so wonderful, so caring and understanding. During his time there we were made to feel like family. After he passed, they even sent this beautiful bouquet to us. I honestly feel like it was a miracle that he was in that place. I am so thankful to Liberty Heights.
my dad was a resident in both independent and then assisted living. The staff was always helpful in taking care of his needs and providing me with information needed for his care. All the residents were very friendly and the facility was always clean when I went to visit. My dad has passed away but he was always very complimentary of every aspect of Remington House and thoroughly enjoyed his time there and the friends he made.
When we learned that my husband had Parkinsons we began a search for an independent living situation. Our search ended once we looked at Liberty Heights. We have been here for three months and love our two bedroom apartment with our own laundry facilities and a full kitchen. We have everything here that we had in our former home except the stairs, the yard to care for, the upkeep and the utility payments. We like the flexibility that the meal plan offers. Eating in the dining room is like dining in an upscale restaurant with the Liberty to choose whether we want our main meal at noon or in the evening. The dining room is a great place to meet and eat with new friends. There are lots of activities to get involved in but also the Liberty not to. I have always dreamed of having a swimming pool in my back yard and now I have one just down stairs. At times I feel like I'm on a cruise, but with a view of the mountains rather than the sea, We feel very much at home here and at Liberty to choose whatever lifestyle we like. We also feel secure in knowing there is help right here in the building should we need it. We have not experienced any regrets in making the decision to choose Liberty.