861 Alexander Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540
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Artis Senior Living of Princeton Junction is a first class facility for people diagnosed with dementia due to Alzheimer's. Everyone on the staff is available to the family of the resident when there are questions about the care of the resident. Financing is explained to the family before the resident is moved into the facility. Relatives have access to the staff and the facility on a 24 HR/ 7 DAY a week basis. Meals served to residents are of the variety and quality one would expect from a highly rated facility. Resident living conditions and care are superior to other communities in the area.
Response from Artis Senior Living of PrincetonJanuary 27, 2019
Thanks for leaving us such a wonderful review. We are glad that you have had a positive experience with our community!!
[Name removed] gave me a complete tour of the facility. she answered all my questions and gave me a package of documents to be filled out if I decide to have my sister become a resident of the community. I found the design of the community would most likely meet the needs of my sister.
Response from Artis Senior Living of PrincetonSeptember 21, 2018
Thank you so much for your review! We are happy that you enjoyed our tour and we sure do hope that we can partner with you and your family in your sister's care! Thank you for considering Artis of Princeton Junction and thank you again for the positive review!
We chose this facility originally because we thought the place was for people with Alzheimer's and dementia. It is great if the person is able to move around and they can still function, my mother had a hard time. The facility is larger and I think people with dementia need smaller facilities with more individualized care. The less patients you have the better off you will be. There were too many residents here and not enough help.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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