Holiday Retirement - Colorado
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At Holiday Retirement, we strive to make each of our Colorado residents feel like they are at home where they belong. This is what we call The Holiday Touch, and it is what makes life at a Holiday Retirement Colorado community so special. From friendly neighbors who act more like family to a devoted staff who view their work as much more than simply a job, each Colorado community offers unparalleled service and amenities for one all-inclusive monthly fee.
The staff at Sunridge was extremely patient with my mother-in-law given her rebellion phase when she moved into the community. They have been very understanding and helped the family quite a bit. One of our struggles is getting her involved in more of the activities, but I know she did do the horse racing when they brought in little ponies. She has also done bingo.
I like Lakewood Estates, but the problem is the cost. What I like about them is their location, and we love the community and this is where we want to live. I saw their rooms, but that was the drawback. It was not to our liking because it was too small. The activities that they have are excellent.
My mother hasn’t made up her mind yet, but I have visited Sunridge. They are all very helpful and the community is beautiful. I was surprised, I didn’t expect it to look so nice. I got to see a room, and it was quite nice, I thought a little small, but that’s the point; they don’t want you to bring a lot of stuff.
My brother has gone to the Regent (Longmont Regent). Everything is great. There is nothing I think they could improve on; my brother is happy. The dining area is nice and very clean. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The major thing is that my brother is able to keep his animal with him, and he needed something very fast, so Longmont Regent matched him perfectly.
My mother is in Highland Trail. It has a very homey feel and is very family oriented. The rooms are very clean and the staff is very willing to help out with anything you need them to do during the course of the day. The food is good. They have a lot of musical people come in, plus have arts and crafts, games, and puzzles.
My mother lived at The Atrium of Grand Valley two years ago for two years and didn't really receive any care there since she lived in her own apartment. They had three meals a day and came to clean her room once a week. The staff was not very nice at all, at that time. She had a one-bedroom apartment that included a little kitchenette with a refrigerator and no stove, but it was nice. They could have improved on the staff.
My mother is at Highland Trail. It’s a friendly, clean, and nice place. The people are incredible and very professional. It's a place that you can call home. With their security, they lock the doors at night. They have a lot of activities throughout the day, including having people come in to play music and dance and ice cream socials on Sundays. She is really pleased.
Highland Trail was very good. The staff was very friendly. In fact, when I fell and was in rehab, they even came over and brought me some cookies and a mug. I thought they were very nice. Even my sister-in-law liked it. The place was very clean and had a kitchen open 24 hours, which I thought was very nice. They had a variety of food to pick from.
Highland Trail was very nice and seemed to be relatively new. The main common areas and dining area were very large, very accommodating, very warm, and open with high ceilings. The environment was very pleasant. The facilities were very nice. All of the people we met were overwhelmingly nice. They provided three meals a day and had a list of activities for the entire month. They had chefs on staff.
We visited The Atrium of Grand Valley for my mom. It was very nice. The staff was really wonderful, kind, and helpful. However, it was not what my mom wanted at this point. Nevertheless, it is good to know it is there. The rooms were very clean and small but adequate. It was definitely the nicest, but it was also the most expensive.
Lakewood Estates has private apartments at independent living level only. They offer a number of amenities including a library, gym, daily activities, evening and weekend live bands and high teas, a holiday travel program that allows a resident to stay at another Holiday Touch community for free for one week. They are private pay only but do take Veterans aid and attendance benefit.
The Courtyard at Lakewood has apartments available for lease at the independent living level. They don't offer assisted living services but it can be contracted out through a 3rd party home care company. No buy in fees and they do offer month to month rentals as well. Apartments are cable TV ready and it is included in the rent. There are a number of activities and amenities. The most notable include: group events such as BBQ's and religious services. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day. Private parking is offered and included in the rent. A game room for residents is also available that has a pool table. The community is very pet friendly. The majority of residents are above middle class.
This location is focused on providing independent and retirement solutions to cliental. These objectives are achieved by offering the best of what Denver has to offer with state of the art services. The most notable include: 24 / 7 support, a choice of entertainment options and good food. The drawbacks are the large upfront costs of $13 thousand and the high pressure sales tactics used by staff members.
My parents always tell me how happy they are, how good the food is and how much they like the staff. They lived at ViewPointe for about 5 months and my dad never told me how much he liked it there. My parents are eating well, look healthier and are involved in some of the activities. Their happiness makes me happy. They have only been at Sunridge a few months but so far the experience has been positive.
Very knowledgable staff, answered any and all questions you might have and can also get paperwork going for those with VA assistance. Rooms were very spacious and roomy. My only critique which they were working on was to have more servers in the dinning room.
I visited the community a couple of days ago and toured with Marie who as very polite. I was introduced to residents and made to feel welcome. I will be scheduling another tour with my daughter and will be staying for lunch. The community was clean and neat. The residents friendly and the exercise class I observed was very good. The instructor interacted with the residents well.