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At Brookdale Senior Living, our mission is to enrich the lives of the people we serve with compassion, respect, excellence and integrity. We have been dedicated to providing superb senior care and living options since 1978. Our strong commitment and attention to detail has helped us become one of the nation’s leading senior living community providers. Brookdale Senior Living communities consistently receive high resident satisfaction ratings, demonstrating our commitment to quality and service.
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We chose Brookdale White Chapel. I like the way the facility looks, and the staff is really nice. My loved one has been there for three months, and he's doing better than he was before he went in. They help him with his medicine, showering, laundry, and cleaning his room.
My loved ones are in Brookdale Fredericksburg. I think they both seem very happy. The staff was professional and prompt, and the nursing staff was very accommodating. The food is good, and they have lots of activities.
My experience with Brookdale West Bay is wonderful. They have been very, very wonderful. The apartment is very good, the food is excellent, and the activities are very good. Security is very good. It’s a locked building with a guard. I would recommend it to anyone. There’s always room for improvement, but they do remarkably well. The amenities have been great. Brookdale is like a home away from home.
Village at Lowry was a wonderful, very well-kept place. The residents were very happy, and there was a lot of interaction, moving around, and activities. They're right in the community of Lowry that used to be an Air Force Base, so there are stores close by. This is my number one place to put my mom. The staff member, Erin, was fantastic, very honest, took a lot of time answering my questions, and showed me everything that I asked to see. I felt very comfortable with her.
Brookdale Hoffman Estates is a beautiful place. The rooms are very pretty, and they have very nice activities. When we were there, they had a gentleman singing for the residents, and that was very nice. They also have games and a lot of activities for the residents, so many that I was amazed. They even said if you pay more, you could bring a pet with you. The staff was very accommodating.
We saw Brookdale Winter Haven. It was excellent, clean, and friendly. It was bright. I liked it very much and would have chosen it. There was lots of room for accessibility. The lady who walked us around was very good and very knowledgeable. I was impressed by her. She helped us very much.
I went to see Brookdale N. Fredericksburg Road. Their entrance was good and the room that my dad chose had a good set up with two rooms and a little living room in the middle. I am not so sure about their staff, so that is one of my concern. One of the ladies that I had been dealing with left, and she was the one that had given us the price and everything. I really didn’t see anything going on when I was there. I know they had activities going on, but I just didn’t see it.
The person that runs Brookdale Kenner was a very jovial person and very nice. It was a large, nice, well-kept place. The rooms and apartments were nice and big and had a little sink, and kitchen counter with a microwave and a refrigerator and a large bathroom. The food is good. They had a full schedule every week of different things going on. They had a bus that took them to shopping.
My husband was in Brookdale Salinas. I thought the facility was very adequate and that he received really good care from the nurse’s aide. I thought they were a little short on the RN type staff because it seemed like RNs were also doing other jobs. That seemed kind of weird to me. However, I never had a problem. I was impressed with the warm and caring staff that took care of him. Their care was excellent.
My mother and I visited Brookdale Kettering. It was older and I think my mother would have move in within an hour although she liked the young woman who helped us. She was very helpful and stayed in touch with us. We saw one room. I think someone had just moved out and it wasn’t the best of shape and it was kind of small. They obviously hadn’t cleaned it yet but I appreciate them showing to us and we didn’t like that.
They have a porch and mom really loved the dining area. It was nice, warm and cheerful place. There were people around doing things playing cards and my mom likes playing cards. It was all in the first floor and she likes the proximity to the Lewis Center.
There was a van that would take them to places and the price was right. However, it was a little bit worn and an older place. It was in a great location. There’s green, shopping, and they have sidewalks. It’s just an established Kettering area and it was good. Super cold in some rooms and too hot in others. There may be some issues with temperature control.
Brookdale Apache Junction did a great job in taking care of my stepdad in his final days. They were attentive and were caring as if my parents were their parents. My stepdad was on a liquid diet, and my mom did not care for the food very much.
My husband is at Brookdale East Tucson. It is very good and has very caring staff. The rooms and apartments are very nice. Most of them have two-room suites. They sit at the same place all the time so they eat with the same people, and the food is very good. The social director is very good. I really like them. What impresses me the most is the caring staff.
My friend is already in Brookdale Beckett Lake. It's very nice. Gloria likes it. The staff and food are great. They're busy all day and go out on rides. They have crossword puzzles, physical therapy, exercise room, and a beauty shop.
I liked Brookdale Montgomery a lot. That was our second choice. The rooms were a little small, I thought, and it was a little bit more expensive, but I liked everything about it, and it was in a good spot. There was their dementia ward, but I had a friend in their assisted living and she liked it. The dementia ward was nice because everything was in a big circle. They had an essential gathering area by the front, scheduled activities, and nice little rooms where you could walk in and sit. My mom was obsessed with washing dishes and put them in the cupboard. They had a room with dishes and laundry for people who liked to fold clothes. They even they had a baby carriage and there was this one woman who liked holding a baby doll. It was kind of nice. They had a puzzle room, a TV room, and places you could go for activities. No matter where they walked, they were going in a circle so they couldn’t get lost.
Brookdale Sarasota Central was the first place that we visited. Their food was very good. The rooms seemed small, but I think we were looking at smaller places as we were just starting out. The person who accommodated us was very nice and gracious. We went back the next day and had lunch with her. She was able to answer a lot of questions for us. The dining area looked fine, and they had waiters to wait on you. They were very respectful and had different activities, like games and outings. They also had a TV room and library. The place looked welcoming, bright, and cheery.
My dad has decided on Freedom Village at Bradenton, but he has not moved in yet. They are still putting in new carpets, countertop, and kitchen cabinets. The staff member that we are in contact with has been very good. Their restaurant is highly regarded by other people that I talked to. We talked to a chef who told us that the food in the place is better than a lot of restaurants in the area. From what I saw, they do a lot outings, which is something my dad would enjoy. I am just not excited that it is a buy-in, but dad is excited about the move. He is also excited about taking the computer classes that they are offering there.
We saw The Solana Germantown and the place was very nice, but they just don’t have windows really that look out. The main big window in the living room looks out to the atrium, but you have people walking by. That was the only drawback. Their dining is very nice and the staff was fine.
The living quarters at Brookdale College Parkway were very nice. The staff and the facilities were wonderful. They had many more things to do because it’s a bigger facility with independent living, too. We saw a craft room where some ladies were crocheting or knitting and playing cards. They had a pool with water aerobics. I found it very nice that the chef came out to talk to us.
I had the opportunity to visit a very special couple who are now residing in the Henderson, TX Brookdale facility and I could not have been more impressed with the facility and the staff. The facility was exceptionally clean and neat in appearance and watching the staff interaction with the residents gave me a feeling that they really cared.
Brookdale was clean, orderly, and the people were friendly and professional. The rooms were very nice, fresh, clean, and ready to move in. The dining facilities and everything were really nice, and they had a separate dining area for families. The staff who gave the tour was very efficient, very friendly, and very caring.
I visited Brookdale, but it was too expensive. The room was just basic, like a studio, with one room except for the bathroom which was separate. They had activities, like different games and a media room where they could watch movies. The dining area was pretty large. The staff seemed good, polite, and friendly. It was good. I just thought it was a little pricey.
Brookdale Northridge was a nice facility. The people were friendly, but of course they're trying to sell you, so they're going to be friendly. They had a good promotion going on where they give you a substantial discount on the rent and waive the $3,000 fee. It's about $2,400 for a small studio, then they want $500 a month for medications, and if you want to bring a pet, that's a flat fee of $265. If you wanted somebody to help with hygiene, coming in two times a week, was still like $102 a month, and if you wanted someone to come three times a week and actually help out with cleaning or washing themselves, that was $205 a month. It was nice, but they're set up primarily for independent living. If you need assisted care, then you better start planning to pay out the nose. If you need anything else, those fees add up fast.
Brookdale Salinas was very nice. We signed up for that one and were ready to take him in, but then they said that he was too active. I think that place is a convalescent home. They said they would lock him down in one section and then they have another section where they have people live. He would have been the youngest resident there. It’s clean, and they were remodeling it when we were there. We didn’t meet a lot of the staff, but we talked to Monica, the director. I saw the rooms and they were very nice, but didn't have showers as they won’t allow anybody to have showers in the room.