285 E Army Trail Rd, Bloomingdale, IL 60108
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What is Alden Gardens of Bloomingdale? It is located at 285 East Army Trail Road, Bloomingdale, IL 60108. When you first enter the building, there is a smiling face greeting you, [name removed]: “Hi, may I help you?” She will steer you to [name removed], [name removed] or [name removed] to help you. These individuals are very knowledgeable about this location. This five-story building is very clean. When walking the hall, you will see railings on both sides, in order to help us stay up. They really help. [Name removed] heads up the maintenance department. Just remember to fill out a work order form at the front desk and he will always get to you to help you with your problems. The nursing staff consists of four outstanding RNs under the guidance of [name removed]. They are there when we fall in the hall, in the lunchroom or apartment. They also answer questions we may have about our medications. All of the CNAs are great with helping with walkers, wheel chairs and giving our medications. Some of us need assistance with personal grooming, bathing and dressing. There is also Home Health Agency located on the first floor. Nurse [name removed] and two therapists, one physical and occupational, have helped many residents with their rehab. [Name removed] heads up the lunchroom staff. The menus show good planning. We have so much to choose from for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There re no assigned seats and most of the residents are very courteous. [Name removed] has her hands full for heading up the activities. Just think: how would you like to try keeping close to ninety (90) residents busy, enjoying the days when it’s raining or snowing outside? She does a wonderful job with her staff. We have snacks for the residents that can be picked up at the front desk. Plus, there is a hospitality cart every Friday that goes to every floor. A beauty shop is located on the first floor and is for both men and women. You can check for time scheduled at the front desk. The trash room has bins for recyclable items and to throw the trash down the shoot. We have laundry rooms on the 2nd through 5th floors. These are a few of the remarkable thing that make us enjoy our stay at Alden Gardens of Bloomingdale.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
This is a great place, excellent care , cleanliness, food and the staff is very good and caring my mom just came in March 2017 and is very happy plenty of activities she loves it ! that all I could ask for.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Our mother has lived in Alden Gardens of Bloomingdale for just over one year now. We are very pleased with the care she has been given. Each and every staff member has helped our mom adjust to her new living arrangement. The residents of Alden are cared for by caring, patient and helpful individuals. From maintenance to the director, from the dining room services to activities. The nursing staff is kind and willing to assist Mom as she requires. All the support she receives is provided in such a manner that she still feels independent and in control of her life. Mom’s apartment is perfect for her needs. The common areas are clean, well lit and welcoming. We visit our mom weekly and have found the building to be consistently well-kept. A common sight at Alden is to find groups of people gathered in one of the common rooms, chatting and laughing. Mom loves the activities and participates frequently. We have visited many different facilities in the area. We are very happy with our decision to place Mom in Alden. Thank you, Alden, for the peace of mind!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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