Holiday Retirement - Wisconsin
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Holiday Retirement is proud to offer seniors in America’s Dairyland with quality independent retirement living at an affordable monthly price. Our dedicated staff of live-in community managers strives to make each and every resident of a Holiday Retirement Wisconsin community feel right at home from the minute they step through our doors. This is what we call The Holiday Touch, and it is what makes life at our communities so special.
The one that we liked the most was Village at the Falls, but it was quite expensive and too much for me. It was big but manageable. The staff was absolutely friendly. They had contacted me many times to come back to play piano or come for lunch and activities. The food was very good.
The Village is very nice. The people are all very friendly and do not want me to move away. Everybody is going to miss me here. I started a writer’s club where twice a month I get people to write their memoirs, and they really enjoy that. They have entertainment. The rooms are nice and spacious. It is an older building, but everything is very nice. My apartment is a two-bedroom and huge. They have cleaning service once a week, and three meals a day; they will bring your meals to your apartment if you are not feeling well.
My mother is living at Village at the Falls. Our experience has been good. A few minor things have popped up along the way, but overall, she is very happy with them. They just seem a little disconnected, and that is my only complaint. They are part of the Holiday group, but it does not seem that they are communicating with each other. I am told one thing about the payment by one person, then told a different thing about payment by a second person, and then told a third thing about payment from Holiday. So, they are a little disconnected. However, the place is beautiful, the apartment is great, and the staff is nice and very friendly. They all introduced themselves to us. There is a fitness room, an activity room, and a library. They have a lot of activities, so there is always something to keep you busy. The food is fantastic and way better that my expectation. However, he whole financial system is very unclear because there is a $2,900 deposit for the place, which I worked out a plan to split that into three payments. He gave me a sheet to sign a lease saying that I will pay this amount on this day, and that’s not quite what happens because they do an automatic withdrawal for the rent. So, they never billed for that deposit, and it is very unclear about where, when, or how much the deposit is supposed to be. It is very minor and taken care of, so it is fine.
I visited the Village At The Falls for my 92-year-old mother, and on first impression, it was an active senior living. There were lots of happy senior people living there, but I was a little surprised because it was not assisted living, just senior living. You could get assistance in there if you pay for extra services. It just wasn't fitting for what I was looking for, but it was a nice facility.
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.