A Place Called Home Residential Care is comfortable and so clean. The home itself is absolutely beautiful and probably one of the nicest homes my mom has ever lived in. They're like a family unit because they all eat and dine together. The in-home caregivers have children, so they'll do activities with the kids. It really is like a family, and my mom sees it as her home.... Read more
Find personalized memory care in a beautiful homelike setting at A Place Called Home Residential Care in Clovis, California. Just northeast of Fresno, this community is located in an upscale neighborhood close to several major highways that make visiting your loved one a breeze.
Family owned and operated by a registered nurse with ICU, ER, and hospice experience, this environment is perfect for seniors who need support for activities of daily living and memory care. Because there are only six rooms available at the home, each resident receives personalized support and focused attention.
This spacious home with high ceilings offers private bedrooms for every resident. The indoor common areas are perfect for enjoying meals together or reading by the fireplace. Outside in the secured backyard, enjoy lovely landscaping beneath the California sun.
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
A Place Called Home Residential Care is comfortable and so clean. The home itself is absolutely beautiful and probably one of the nicest homes my mom has ever lived in. They're like a family unit because they all eat and dine together. The in-home caregivers have children, so they'll do activities with the kids. It really is like a family, and my mom sees it as her home.
The caregivers aren't the greatest at all. I would NEVER recommend this assisted living facility to anyone. It sounds good when you have your first meeting, but believe me that's not the way it is for your loved ones. The caregivers are terrible cooks!!! They speak in their foreign language when the owners aren't around. They spend alot of their time on their cell phones (which is a big no-no). Too much sandwiches and fried food is given to the residents. Fresh fruit, organic food items and baked fish or meat should be served to them instead. The caregiver only care about getting the residents fed as fast as possible.....then making them go to their room. Especially after they have their dinner. So think about it before you put your family member at their facilities.
My husband was at the 2827 Calimyrna home for eight months with the most wonderful and caring staff that you could ever want. They were ever watchful of him, calling an ambulance twice to get him to the hospital as soon as the need was suspected; once during the day and once during the night. The home and yards are beautifully maintained with regular repair and refurbishing being done. Both [name removed] & his brother [name removed] were always available and so politely took care of any concerns or answered any questions. At mealtimes, especially dinner, the aroma of always "home cooked" dishes filled the house! There were always decorations for various holidays to make it "homey". i believe anyone could feel very comfortable having their loved one cared for at any of these homes. [name removed]
My husband is a resident of A Place Called Home. Moving him from our home was the most difficult decision I have ever had to make. It took me months, even with the urging of his children, to arrive at the acceptance that I could no longer care for him. Once the decision was made, my sister and I visited every conceivable place we could find. My sister and brother-in-law ownedand ran a Board and Care, specifically designed for our mother when she became incapacited. Having that kind of experience in the search for the perfect placement for my husband was invaluable. From the "Big Box Stores" to individual houses, we searched high and low. We found mostly low to mediocre to "would do". And then we found [Removed] and A Place Called Home. We knew we had found the ideal place. [Removed] background as an ICU and Hospice RN made the decision even easier. His dedication to the residents and hands on approach to the well being of his wards is laudable. That dedication carries on with all of the caregivers, as well. They are compassionate, patient and loving people. All of the five houses of A Place Called Home are immaculate. The food is freshly prepared and the house is beautifully appointed. It looks like a home, not an institution. It is comfortable and upscale homey. [Removed] and his brother Colin have the unique ablilty to make you feel as though your loved one is the most important person they care for. That is because ALL of the residents in their homes truly are the most important people they care for. There is no higher recommendation I can offer other than, I know that there is no better place to be found where your mother, father, sister, brother, husband or wife would be cared for with any higher level of excellence. It is an exceptional place with exceptional people.
When I came to see this home, everything was fine and it was great to get a quick response from A Place For Mom with referrals. We felt that it would not work out here for our loved one. We were looking for something more hands on with the care.
My Mom has never received better care than when she moved to APCH. The premises are immaculate and are designed to provide the best in a "home like" setting while providing ample access. My Mom is a mild diabetic (controlled by medications) and has always struggled with maintaining her blood sugar levels. Not here. The meals are lovingly prepared, have a wonderful variety to appeal to picky eaters, and are nutritionally balanced. Mom's blood sugars haven't been this low for years. The true strength of APCH is in the caregivers. Dealing with residents who have dementia is not always easy. However the caregivers treat each resident with respect and dignity. I have never seen them raise their voice or become impatient. In fact I could honestly say that they treat the residents as they would their own aging parents. Lastly, each house is developed as a micro-community, so that all residents in a particular house have the same care needs. It has been a blessing to have found APCH for Mom.
Excellent facility, caregivers, food, etc.
We looked at this place when we were touring places. This is one that I do like. I felt like they really cared about mom there. I haven't chosen anything yet, but I liked this.
They are really clean, and super friendly. It's so nice having one on one care. They do play some bingo, and take her to go and sit by the lake. Every time I go they are cooking something that smells really good. We liked where the other residents were as far as being highly functional.
I needed a place for my dad quickly since I had my mom in the hospital. They were very accommodating! It is very clean and feels like home to my dad! He adjusted well with all the wonderful care he is getting. It can be a difficult decision but everyone there is so friendly and caring.
A Place Called Home ...provided excellent care for my mother. The staff always showed love and concern for the residents. The facility was AlWAYS immaculate . The meals prepared fresh three times a day. Fresh fruit readily available. I would highly recommend this facility to anyone in need of residential care. Medical needs were closely monitored . My family member was always dressed, clean clothing,bedding as well. Always ready when requested to be taken out. So very very pleased with all services provided.
"A Place Called Home" is excellent. The staff are caring and attentive, giving very personalized one-on-one care to all residents and paying close individual attention to everyone. Staff are friendly and informative, the facility itself is immaculate - very clean, food is wonderful, entertainment for the residents. The owner of the facility is himself a Registered Nurse and is available at all times, he works with an excellent, knowledgable doctor to care for residents promptly and routinely. With the help of these two and their staff, the environment they provide and their genuine concern for patient care, we actually saw improvements in my grandmother that were drastic almost immediately! This place is the best!
It's been very good. Maybe they could perhaps have a few more activites that she would be willing to participate in. When the weather is nice they do go out for walks which is nice. She hasn't complained about the food, there are things they fix she's not crazy about, and things she likes that are good. The person in charge was very friendly, and willing to work with us. We just felt as though this was a good place for her. It was clean and the staff seemed to be really friendly.
Spoke with David- RN. Experience is St. Agnes ER, oncology, hospice. This may be a good match for mom. [removed] Beautiful, very clean home. Davids wife had been cooking and the house smelled incredible! Couple work together with another assistant whom I did not meet - not there. Did not see the back yard. David has 5 children and seems like an extremely caring person. Soft spoken. He works with a doctor who comes to the home so residents can switch to him if they would rather. This would be a match for mom if not now then future. More functioning seniors.
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To reach a resident at A Place Called Home Residential Care call: (559) 213-7251
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