Retirement Community Qualities – SeniorAdvisor.com Blog


What Makes an Excellent Retirement Community?

The winners stood out among their peers for consistently receiving high marks among ALL FIVE rating categories on SeniorAdvisor.com:

Cleanliness – “The place is extremely clean and at least twice a month they provide transportation to and from outings. She didn’t want to go there but she has adjusted very well. They are all in one building the laundry and cafeteria, her hairdresser is in the same building, even a little store inside. She doesn’t have to leave the building to do any of her day to day things and this takes a huge weight off of my shoulders.” – Linda C, Forest Ridge in Hales Corners, WI

Friendliness –  “I was looking for a home for my 85 year old Mother who has dementia and I believe I found the perfect spot for her at Redwood Heights. My first communication was with Rosalind and what an amazing lady. She spent over an hour on the phone with me and finally 2 years later and many, many phone calls and tears we finally got mom situated in her new beautiful home. I had looked at many others but they just didn’t have that warm fuzzy feeling like Redwood Heights.” – J Fritz, Redwood Heights Assisted Living in Salem, OR

Value – “We just moved my mother there and the supportive care program was the important part of our decision. She has limited funds for another year and a half and the supportive care program will allow her to keep her apartment once her funds run out. This facility, unlike others, accepts Medicaid.” – Len, Victory Centre of Bartlett in Bartlett, IL

Care Services – “The memory care is quiet, calm and has a very relaxed atmosphere. It is beautiful like being at a very high end hotel. The staff is very down to earth, wonderful and they care for our mom like she was their own mom. They are very well trained and have years and years of experience dealing with memory care residents. My mom has been doing very well here. My dad and I feel very at ease with her being there, it provides us peace of mind.” – Lori L, Wyoming Springs Assisted Living in Round Rock, TX

Activities – “She was not eating well living alone and was lonely, staying in bed until 11:00 am most days! She is now up at 8:30 am as she doesn’t want to miss breakfast and do the exercise class! She plays games, goes on outings, attends social events and is adding years to her life!! In just two weeks I’ve seen her come alive and she looks so much happier! I am not worried about her now that she has a new HOME!! This has been a great decision for all of us!” – Susan S, Anaheim Village in Anaheim, CA

via The Best Senior Communities in the US, According to Families | SeniorAdvisor.com Blog.

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