75 State St, Portland, ME 04101
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Great community if wanting to live in downtown Portland. COVID protocols in place. Currently visitors must wear masks. Facility is undergoing updates to many areas, . At the time of tour, saw a few residents. they may be with family members on Saturday. No activities going one. [name removed] was very pleasant and answered questions. Everyone in community is treated like family. Customize meals if there is a dietary restriction. Laundry service is extra, if not able to do by self. Medication Management is done by staff at extra cost. Linen service can be done resident is capable, otherwise,by staff. Housekeeping 1 time a week. At this time, small air conditioner would be purchased by resident, to fit in windows. Maintainence people would set up AC. Find it awkward & inconvenient to park in downtown Portland. It would be the last option for my loved one.
[name removed] was friendly and well-prepared. She showed me what I wanted to see (a one-bedroom with full kitchen). I have also toured Ashton Gardens and liked its cleanliness and open-air possibilities. These tours are helpful in making me aware of my choices and ask myself about my preferences. For instance, why have a full kitchen when I would have to pay for the food to cook and also pay for three meals a day available in the dining room? I am finding these explorations both enjoyable and valuable.
75 State St is a very safe, caring, excellent place for independent and assisted living seniors. The facility is clean, warm, and comfortable. The food is excellent and there are activities for everyone. We have art, exercise, films, and educational classes taught by professionals. During this pandemic we have had no cases which says a lot. Best of all is the staff with health professional recreational experts, great chefs, and a highly competent maintenance staff. We are a loving fun community. My wife and I are 80 in assisted living and we love it here.
We haven't been able to go into the facility since COVID, but when we did get to go inside it was very clean, the community has just been renovated. The staff is excellent. They occasionally go to the grocery store, they go see movies, they have birthday parties. She even goes to the hair dresser. The residents always see happy. The food they provide is outstanding in the dining room, they get to sat with their friends. Now during COVID, They bring the meals to their room, which in return makes the food cold. The rooms provided are one room studios which are a little small. Everyone at this community is so nice, always saying hello. It made us feel comfortable moving mom in. It had an up beat warm feeling to it. The only reason we would move mom out of this facility would be if we could guarantee transition to main care insurance from private pay insurance, because right now she is currently on private pay.
Very much enjoyed the tour. [Name removed] is great. LOVED the balcony suite apartments! Definitely a contender. Only thing is it's an older looking environment, but that's ok.
It's very good. It's clean and the staff is friendly. No complaints so far. We are happy with them. We chose them because we had previous experience with another loved one, who lived there for twelve years.
My father died of stomach cancer a month ago but he wanted to get back to Maine, he liked State Street and we tried to keep him there, that's where he passed away. It was good there, they were extremely helpful, especially for me because I'm the only one here and it was very demanding towards the end. They did not demand as he got sicker and sicker that he leave so they worked with me and with hospice and it was very comfortable. It's never easy, but it was comfortable for him. I can't say enough for both Seventy-Five and hospice, they were extremely helpful to me and my family. They really stepped up and helped me all the way through. Towards the end, hospice was there 24 hours a day and they were there when I couldn't be and seventy five state street came daily and looked in on him through the evening as well.
Great location. I think this is the place for which I filled out an extensive preliminary application.
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