At Beachwood Commons, we offer seniors a custom and unique lifestyle. We provide a variety of assisted living and memory care services and are equipped to manage a wide range of care needs. Our mission is to provide residents with independence, privacy, dignity, and choice.
Our community is entirely surrounded by luscious green space. The Highland Park Golf Course is located across the street, and nearby, you’ll find easy access to shopping centers. We’re also close to University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center. We understand that moving can be a big change, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.
We do our best to make our residents feel safe and secure at all times. Our professional staff assists with a variety of services including: dressing, grooming, nighttime and morning assistance, bathroom assistance, and incontinence management.
Our staff is also qualified and happy to assist with:
Our additional amenities and services include:
When you call Beachwood Commons your home, your private apartment includes:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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.
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There seems to be a breakdown in communication between staff. Some of the nurses and caregivers I have spoken to seem to feel irritated if you have questions. The first time we spoke to the executive director it did go well. I cant recommend this community at this time due to the issue we had
The community is responsive to family concerns and feedback. the community is kept clean and neat and the staff is very friendly and helpful. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience
An excellent facility. I was impressed by the cleanliness and pleasant decor. Residents appeared contented. I especially liked the fact that residents are not segregated by the level of care needed. All are in the "general population". The availability of Respite Care is also a plus. I give it a 5 star rating.
I was very unhappy with Beachwood Commons and would not recommend it to others. I was not happy with the lack of communication with the staff. They did not return our phone calls and did not answer our questions. They were not on top of any care that was out of the norm. There were a lot of employee changes. We ended up moving out. The aides were very nice and caring, they did not seem to have the training need for the kind of care we were needing.
From the moment we arrived, everything went wrong. For 18 months, we tried to give the staff and management opportunities to step up. From missed medication to safety to inappropriate conversations to lack and misinformation, it was one disappointment to one frustration to the next. Patients with needs are not easy- my loved one isn't-- but this facility has much work to do to make the beauty of their facility match their work.
At first this place seemed like a great place, and the price was lower than many other programs in the area by about 1000$ However, more and more, we started having problems with this place. Lack of communication, lack of attention to cleaning my fathers apartment, his clothes are not returned to him when they do his laundry and he gets other peoples clothes, and they were supposed to follow my dad's diet and they do not strictly enforce it. I call for transportation to his appointments and then when I call to reconfirm they say they didn't know. You have to keep on top of them and for the price, sometimes I feel Im doing things they should be doing. There have been times they have gone above the call of duty to help us, but more recently it has gone down hill for us.
My husband does not want to participate in activities so I can't rate them. My only complaint has been with the housekeeping services and I gather that they have had a personnel problem in that area.
They were terrific getting us moved in quickly. There was one issue with one of caregivers, and when we asked she not care for Dad there was no problem. Dad only there 54 days before he passed. They were helpful with our exiting as well. Only compliant is the logistics to move funiture in and out is not easy. And they could provide some better trollys to help with the move. Nonetheless, I'd recommend them.
Do not send your mom here if you want people who care. The worst directors who you have to chase if there is a problem. They are rude and evasive. I have had experience with many nursing facilities over the years. I have never seen a head staff more interested in getting new people than taking proper care of those already there. Communications with family are very poor and certainly not timely. Warning..there are much better places in Beachwood.
this is a beautiful community. They have a lot of different room available. The staff was nice and they communicated with me on the care that is offered. I like the menu and the list of the activities that would have been helpful for my father. This community has a lot to offer. I highly recommend this community for the care of a loved one and would recommend families tour this community.
I really liked Beachwood Commons. As soon as you walked in you could tell that it was brand new. The appearance of the community was beautiful and very professional looking. For us the location was not ideal it was not close to the hospital my dad would need to go to in case of a medical issue however everything was great. The price was far too expensive for your budget though.
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