I absolutely love Reflections Retirement Community. That was my choice out of the three for my brother, just knowing my brother. They were all very comparable to each other, but the biggest selling point specific to my brother is, Reflections has a fishing pond, and I knew that would be something that my brother would enjoy. The staff was absolutely wonderful. When I toured Reflections, the lady who normally does the tours was off that day unexpectedly, and the woman there apologized because she didn’t normally do tours, but she was wonderful. It was obvious that she didn’t normally do tours since she didn’t have the answers right at her fingertips. Any questions I had that she didn’t know answers to, when we got back to her office, she found the answers. Even though our arrival there didn’t work really well because the person that normally did the tours have been called away for an emergency, it was a wonderful tour.
I’ve been at Evergreen twice, and I just love that place. I’m not sure whether I can afford it though. I like the large apartments with full kitchens and eating space in the kitchen. The grounds were beautiful. The staff members that I met were very friendly and helpful with information. They have three levels of assistance; I’m independent now.
Evergreen Retirement Community is a luxurious community with a variety of amenities. This community offers apartments as well as cottages to support individual residents or residents with companions. Evergreen have several food accomodations as well as special diet as well as persoanl request. The dinning service is restaurant style with a variety accommodations. The activities are endless and include a fitness center, rehabilitation gym, heated pool, onsite gulf and more. Wellness services are available to support the residents and provide resources as needed. This community is beautiful and provide true retirement living.
Carriage Court of Grove City is a wonderful lively assisted living community. This community is structured and have a good quality of life. The staff are friendly and focused on positive change. They want to know feedback and what can they do to be the best. The care team is active and have a solid routine that leaves time for social enjoyment with the residents. The food is average but the food service is great and full of variety and accommodations. The activities director is excellent and include the staff when possible with activities and entertainment. The apartments are updated and able to fit basic furniture. Overall the prices are reasonable and the community is very resourceful.
Seasons is a very large facility with plenty of open space. The floor plan is very open which means there's plenty of space to move around which is something I imagine is very good for residents with mobility issues. Seasons is grand facility, one that has spacious halls and nice features. Seasons has a packed activity schedule and specialized programs to promote the physical and mental health of residents. Seasons also has very friendly staff that always seems ready to help. Seasons is a great facility in many ways and offers very much to its residents.
Carriage Court of Kenwood is a great facility with many amenities that left me impressed. The facility has nice outdoor and indoor seating areas and recreational areas for residents. There’s a full calendar of activities hosted constantly. There doesn’t appear to be a dull moment at Carriage Court of Kenwood. The living quarters for the residents was very nice and felt updated. Some of the living quarters I visited seemed dim however this certainly isn’t an issue that can’t be fixed.
Evergreen Retirement Community is a one of a kind place. This facility has a nice library stocked full of good books. Though the library may not be very large, it still seems like a great place to spend time at. Besides the library, Evergreen Retirement Community also has relatively nice and scenic outdoor areas (there’s a fountain outside too though it wasn't on the day I was there). Evergreen Retirement Community is nicely furnished with charming pieces that make this facility feel luxurious rather than outdated. I would have loved to see more enthusiasm from the staff, but they still seemed like competent workers.
Barrington of Oakley is a modern facility with much to love. There’s great lighting throughout as the building has lots of large floor to ceiling windows and plenty of amenities. There are great recreational areas at Barrington of Oakley like a large media room with very cozy seats, fitness areas with good equipment and seating areas for residents to converse. The facility is very updated and has décor that compliments it greatly. Barrington of Oakley also has good dining options that are varied and relatively nice staff.
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.
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.
My mother, now age 88, has lived at The Seasons for 12 years and loves it. She has lost a husband and many dear friends that she made while residing there, but can't imagine being happy anywhere else. What I love is that as Mom's needs have increased, The Seasons has been able to accommodate them at a very reasonable cost. For example, Mom was becoming confused managing her medications, and Samantha, from the nursing staff now prepares her pill boxes. I recently visited her for a week and was greeted personally by everyone from Nate Gruber, the Executive Director, to the dining room staff. I attended a Mother's Day luncheon and fashion show and two musical performances that were wonderful, thanks to the planning of Activities Director Jill James. She along with her Asst. Nancy provide a varied and superb schedule for residents--not to mention Happy Hour twice a week and holiday celebrations throughout the year.
Every time I walk into The Seasons I am struck by the design and warm ambiance. The atrium reminds me of a first class hotel. Despite the fact that The Seasons has been around long enough to have current residents whose parents also spent their retirement there, they have done a wonderful job maintaining and improving the facility.
Mom goes to a church service every week, has her hair done, attends physical & occupational therapy and picks up small items at the convenience store without leaving the building. For less than a taxi would cost she can visit the doctor for a scheduled appt. by limousine and take the bus to local stores and shopping centers on a regular schedule. When she still had a car there was valet parking service.
I get great comfort in knowing that she has an emergency call device provided by The Seasons, that she can use any where on the premises. They will come to make sure she is OK if she doesn't check in by a certain hour every morning.
The safety and security provided by The Seasons gives me and my siblings peace of mind, and that is priceless. I hope I am so fortunate to be in such a wonderful place when I get to be her age.
My mother was a resident in the Seasons for almost 15 years. She lived in all levels of the community. The Seasons was a great blessing to me. I knew Mom was well cared for and watched over. My husband and I were able to take vacations with peace of mind. The staff treated Mom as a member of their on family. The care was very respectful, and upbeat. I highly recommend the Seasons.
When I walk in the door I am almost always greated by the same person- I've come to know all of the faces at Seasons and they are all welcoming with a smile. My mother lives at the Seasons in Independent Living but I know that Assisted Living is not far off. My family and I are happy to know that as her needs change, there is a place for her at Seasons. Mother loves all of her dear friends that she plays bridge and has lunch with. I'm so happy we chose Seasons. It was a close race with another community but Seasons is what Mother really wanted and we are glad she did.
I have been to your facility to see a friends love one. I was so pleased to find how great the care was at the Courtyard. The facility was clean and didn't smell. The staff was so friendly and helpful. When talking with Tim Twitty one of the housekeepers I asked him why he worked at the Seasons. He said he loved helping people and he had a great manager who loved her residents and her employees.She makes sure we all give high quality of care. That all our residents have a clean and safe place to live. Tim is a very positive employee and his manager shines though him. Thanks to everyone at the Seasons and the Courtyard.
After my husband became ill and our children live in California. One of the best decisions we made was for me to move to The Season's in Cincinnati. It is a beautiful campus and facility. The residents are congenial and the caring staff is the best I have ever experienced. If a problem does arise it is always addressed immediately
When my mother said that it was time to move from her home of 47 years and relocate closer to my family, I jumped at the chance to show her The Barrington of West Chester. She fell in love with it - and we couldn't say enough nice things about her experience there. The staff really cares about the residents - and they work very hard to make sure that everyone who lives there is comfortable and has a good time. My mother's move to The Barrington was a great move for all of us.
My father was a resident (both independent and assisted living) for three years. I live 800 miles away, and I needed a facility that could provide a safe environment and a high quality of life. My father's cognition was excellent, and he needed to be in a community that provided social stimulus. Barrington of West Chester is tht type of facility. It has a full menu of services, and when my father had to go on "assisted living," the nursing staff provided excellent care and communicated with me. Additionally, the housekeeping staff acted as a second set of eyes an ears and were very friendly and communicated with me during my personal visits. I credit all the staff at Barrington for providing an atmosphere where the residents are an encouragement and help to each other. A very important asset for a senior living complex.