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Grand Court Mesa

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262 East Brown Road, Mesa, AZ 85201

(855) 840-7257

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Grand Court of Mesa offers Independent and Assisted Living. It is an okay community – middle of the road at best. I feel there are some positive aspects of the community as well as some unfortunate issues that need to be addressed, but for some reason never seem to get the attention they deserve, therefore they have remained issues from my very first visit down to my most recent one. First, on certain days the entire facility smells very strongly of cleaning products, almost to the point where it stings your eyes and nose while on other days, I don’t smell it at all. I don’t know if they have certain products that they use on certain days or if different cleaning tasks are completed on certain days, but maybe they should address either the type of product(s) they are using or adjust the amount they use of each product. And the issue does not lie with me just being too sensitive to the smells of the product – I have heard complaints/comments from at least a dozen people – visitors mainly. The residents do not seem to be too bothered by the smell, but it could just be that they have adjusted to the odors. Second, and onto a more serious matter, I have had several issues with some of the staff members, involving certain interactions with residents, quality of care issues, as well as some cleanliness and sanitation issues. Don’t get me wrong, most of the employees are great. They are excellent at their specific jobs and in interacting with and caring for the residents. However, there are a select few employees who never seem to correct the manner in which they conduct themselves or complete their tasks at work; nor do they improve any on how they treat and care for the residents. It is as if, no matter the amount or severity of the complaints/concerns, nothing is ever done about the quality of care or work ethics. This makes the residents, family members, and/or visitors feel as if their opinions/concerns do not matter. This is not the best way to run a facility. It is so important that residents and their families are confident in and are able to place trust in the community they choose. They need to know that their concerns will always be addressed and taken seriously. When multiple complaints are made about the same issue, yet nothing is ever resolved – it leads people to believe that their feelings don’t matter. A resident should NEVER feel that way. As I said before, there are some positive aspects to the community as well. For instance, many of the staff members are outstanding. They are always ready and willing to help and they are exceptional in the way they care for the residents. It is unfortunate that these employees are not allowed to shine and get the admiration they deserve as the focus always seems to be on the few employees who cause problems. Yet – nothing is ever done about this. Next, the facility is nice – 3 stories tall with many areas for relaxation and socialization. The common areas are comfortably designed and furnished. Although, some of the rooms do not allow in a lot of natural light, making the rooms seem a bit dark and depressing. Considering the facility is 3 stories tall, the building seems to be secure with appropriate safety features and well-equipped for those with mobility issues. The activity calendar is excellent. There are many fun activities and entertainment options available to the residents. To be fair – it has been a little over 6 months since my last visit, so hopefully things have greatly improved. I am basing my observations off of the 20 or so visits I have made to the community over the last few years. I recommend taking a tour of the community to gather your own opinion on the community.

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Very nice facility. Staff excellent and accommodating. Very good with getting back to residents on a timely basis to address any concerns. Great commodity among residents.

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Costs for Grand Court Mesa

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 2,500

Independent Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 1,999

VA Benefits Accepted

SSI Accepted

Long-Term Care Insurance Accepted

Medicaid/Medicare Accepted

Amenities at Grand Court Mesa

Property Info

State License #: AL4168C

Semi-Private Units

Private Units

1-Bedroom Units

2-Bedroom Units

Air Conditioning/Climate Control

Full Kitchen

Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Employee Background Checks

Parking Provided

Fitness Room/Gym

Beauty/Barber Shop

Library

Chapel Services

Activities

Full-Time Activity Director

Social Events

Trips & Outings

Spiritual Activities

Exercise Classes

Live, On-site Entertainment

Educational Opportunities

Amenities

Outside Patio/Gardens

Computer/Internet Access

Cable/Satellite TV

Services

Medication Management

Diabetes Care

Help with Activities of Daily Living

Transportation to Appointments

Other Transportation Provided

Guest Apartment

Guest Meals

Private Laundry

Room Service

Housekeeping

Description of Grand Court Mesa

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The best time in life is when you can relax and enjoy the good life you've earned. At The Grand Court Mesa, you'll find all the amenities and services needed to design a unique lifestyle plan that fits your needs and wants. The Grand Court Mesa is centrally located in Mesa, Arizona, and within a two-mile radius are grocery stores, downtown Mesa, and the loop 202 freeway.

The Grand Court Mesa is operated by the Ensign Group. At our communities we provide seniors a broad spectrum of services, from skilled nursing to assisted living services and rehabilitative services.

Featured Amenities

Built on four acres, The Grand Court is a three-story community with each apartment having a patio or balcony and extra storage area. One- or two-bedroom floor plans are available. All apartments are supplied with wall-to-wall carpet, vertical blinds, kitchen area with stove top and refrigerator/freezer, emergency call system, and individual heat and A/C controls.

The Grand Court has a restaurant-style dining room, private dining room, library, chapel, fitness center, beauty/barber shop, billiards, game room, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gazebo and lush landscaped courtyards with ponds and fountains. Residents can choose from multiple daily activities ranging from water aerobics or creative crafts to stimulating educational and cultural programs, outings, and exercise programs.

Available Services

Religious services in our chapel are available to minister to the spiritual needs of our residents. Scheduled transportation on our wheelchair accessible van includes grocery shopping, medical appointments, and bank and drug store trips. The health and happiness of our residents is our top priority, which is why staff members are on site 24 hours a day.

Our assisted living residents can choose from a wide range of personalized care services and assistance with activities of daily living such as ambulation, dressing, personal grooming and medication management.

The Grand Court is a special place for seniors, offering some of the best independent and assisted living accommodations and services in Mesa, Arizona.

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