Description of Brookdale Cary
Brookdale Cary, nestled in the cozy town of Cary outside of Raleigh, offers a charming, small-town setting for our compassionate senior community. We provide exceptional Alzheimer's and dementia care and services to the many wonderful people who call our community home, and our facility was designed to best serve those with memory loss. Through our carefully selected staff and specialized Daily Moments of Success programming, we are able to offer highly individualized care that allows residents to feel a sense of reassurance and meaning in their everyday lives.
Brookdale Cary is a Brookdale community. At Brookdale, we believe that our dedication to exceptional service and personalized care will exceed your expectations.
Brookdale Cary offers a quiet, comfortable, and secure setting. Community interiors are designed to re-create environments people have enjoyed throughout their lives, and our living areas are ideal for the many daily social and stimulating activities we offer.
Residents love dropping by the Towne Square ice cream parlor for an old-fashioned sundae, getting their hair done at our beauty/barber shop, or enjoying a good book in the quiet of the library. Our furnished private or companion suites are cozy and light filled and come in a variety of floor plans. Residents just need to bring their personal belongings, and they'll feel right at home.
We offer customized service plans to meet the needs and preferences of each individual. Our caring staff is available around the clock, with nursing staff on call 24 hours. Clare Bridge Daily Path provides a gentle daily structure to maintain familiar daily routines. Our specially trained staff provides mental stimulation and reminiscing, physical exercise, and group activities that provide meaning and purpose to residents' lives.
We offer a dining program designed to help everyone successfully enjoy the dining experience, with dementia-friendly menus and individual assistance.
When you seek compassionate care in a secure and loving community, turn to Brookdale Cary.
Reviews of Brookdale Cary
7870 Chapel Hill Road
I Visited This Facility
I toured Brookdale Cary myself and then I brought my mom there. I was trying to get respite care last fall when I was going to the beach, which I did several months in advance. It's a beautiful facility and the people were extremely friendly. Everybody came out of their office to greet me, to find out my needs, and find out about my mom. It's very wonderful. All the residents were out and active. It was a lovely facility, but awfully expensive. I felt very good about it. I brought my mom there on a tour, and she seemed to like it. However, the week I needed respite, they said they were not quite sure if they had an opening, but that they have two other facilities right in this area that I could go to. Everybody was out in this common area and were engaged. They were singing, doing balloon toss, and playing games. They were very active. It's a beautiful new facility and just gorgeous. I felt good walking in there. I felt my mom would've been safe and cared for there. The staff was very nice and everybody there was really nice.
7870 Chapel Hill Road
I Am A Friend Or Relative Of A Current/Past Resident
Brookdale Cary was a nice place, but my father-in-law's level of care was too high for that facility. It's clean and it's nice, but it was not for him. When you walk in, it's almost like a little town. They are memory care so they have things locked down. The only downside is you have to ring a bell to get in and also you have to have someone watch you leave. They're obviously taking care of the residents, so sometimes you have to wait for a while to get in and sometimes you have to take them away from working with someone to let you out. But otherwise, it's a nice facility. The food looked fine. It's a nice facility, it's just I never really saw a lot of activities going on with the residents. They would play music, but that was the only activity I ever saw. There weren't as many people helping that I saw, or maybe it's because of the way the facility was divided.