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My mom moved into Pacifica Senior Living South, and Im finding the care at par with everybody else. Shes in level 2 care. Its not too much, and thats enough for her. I liked that its a little smaller, and by having 80 residents there, its nicer for her. The staff is good. They keep her very clean, they take care of her room every week, and its very nice. Shes actually going out and doing things.
I looked at the rooms, and even though they're supposed to be remodeled, they still looked old to me. I understand that the cost of a remodel is expensive, but they just still look old. The room that I saw had nothing in it, so it was kind of hard to envision what it could really be. I was told I would have a meal during the tour, but I didn't have one. The director or the person that was in charge called to invite me for lunch there. The food is comparable to another community. I have eaten it, its cafeteria food, and definitely not five-star, but decent. The food is like stuff they give to kids in school, like chicken nuggets, but I had their beef stir fry, and the soup was good. Everything was already prepared because they bring the meals in frozen, then they heat it and serve it. I didn't see any activities. The people that are there need assistance in some way, whether it's for medication or full-time care. So you wouldn't have the same type of activities as independent living. They have assisted living and also skilled nursing. The staff member showed me the other part of the community for skilled nursing. They have a very small library, a small TV room that's includes the library, and they have an activity room, but the door was closed. It's relatively a small place. The food was OK. It's what I would call a belly-filler. The staff was very nice, pleasant, and cordial. The building itself didn't smell and I was told that it's recently been renovated, but it didn't look like a five-star place. When you walk into the reception area it should have more colors. They need more colors for it to be welcoming. They don't have to put expensive stuff in there, just some color. They also have parking, which is on a first-come-first serve basis. They have a beauty salon and a nurse.
Pacifica Senior Living South Coast was wonderful. We met people who lived there and it was very good. There were good-sized rooms and bathrooms and adequate living/bedroom areas. They had an activity room and a calendar of events. They served three meals and it seemed pretty flexible and accommodating. We had an excellent meal. The staff was wonderful, warm, informational and answered any questions we had.
We visited Pacifica Senior Living South Coast for my father. The facilities there would have been a better fit for him, but it really came down to the economics. They had both assisted living and memory care. The rooms were recently upgraded. The place overall was larger and a little bit more modern; I understand it went through a massive renovation. It's a beautiful community. They had a computer center and a library, but I didn't really witness any activities while I was there. On my first impression, I actually wanted to place my father there. Everything I've witnessed was very well-kept. I met the manager, who was brilliant; it was lovely to meet her. She addressed every question I had, so she's fantastic.
Pacifica Senior Living South Coast was wonderful. I liked it. It's nice for seniors. It was clean and it seemed like a comfortable place. The residents looked very comfortable. They were sitting around the tables in the dining area and playing games. The staff was very nice to my neighbor. The tour she gave us was very nice. She was very polite, very thoughtful, very helpful, and answered all of her questions.
We chose Pacifica Senior Living South Coast for my mother, but she hasn't moved in yet. We were happy with the facility's location, what the rooms looked like, the cleanliness, the friendliness of the people, the services that they offered, and the activities that they provided. They change the activities based upon the residents' desires. They have bingo, the usual things, and activities off-site, but it was the flexibility that we liked. The room was very spacious and a good size. The shower area was standard and pre-built walk-in, so my mother would be able to walk into the shower. The room we have chosen has a nice, walk-in closet. The room was light and airy.
My mother was at Pacifica Senior Living South Coast for about 4-1/2 weeks just for atrophy care. She got really sick and she couldn't really get up or walk. The place was clean. They're extremely helpful. All you have to do is ask and you get what you want. The staff was very good. They make sure that you have what you need and if you don't, they get it as soon as possible, so they're timely. They were able to get my mom to some doctors' appointments, which really helped. On Mondays and Wednesdays, they take residents to their doctors' appointments and if they're in a wheelchair, that really helps. The rooms were beautiful, they all had TVs and refrigerators. You can either share a room or have a room alone, which is nice. There is a bathroom connected to the room, there's a shower, and they help with showers, which is important for my mom because she has a hard time with that. You can bring in anything you want (like pictures) and I brought plants in. You can make it like a bedroom. A couple other women had their rooms done and they were really cute. They have puzzles. If they don't want to eat in their room, they can go out and eat in the dining room. They have activities.
We've chosen Pacifica Senior Living South Coast for my father. The rooms are very nice. They have a variety of things. I haven't looked at all of it because they were just remodeling and reopening the place. They have exercises, sing-along, game nights, and different things. The dining area is very nice, roomy, and has a lot of tables that sit four to each. I saw a library, a very nice sitting room with reclining chairs, a small TV area, and another area where someone could sit down and play some cards. They have a nice outside patio. The staff is very friendly.
Villa Rosa is an exclusive memory care community designed to meet the needs of memory impaired. Frontier Management recently took over the community and manage 60+ other communities in 8 states. The community is beautifully decorated and has a warm inviting feel as everyone knows your name. The chef has some tenure and makes delicious meals that make you feel right at home. Brownies are the chef's specialty, so be sure to grab one in the lobby while you are there. There has been some staff turnover, but the sales staff are first class. They go out of their way to meet the needs of their residents.
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