Beau Ridge Independent Living

650A Highland Colony Pkwy Ridgeland MS 39157

866-465-5993

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Description of Beau Ridge Independent Living conveniently located in Ridgeland, Mississippi

At Beau Ridge Independent Living, we offer a multitude of community amenities. Regular off-site adventures and outings are very popular with our occupants. Pets such as dogs and cats are welcome in resident rooms. Free wi-fi and high speed internet is offered to all our residents. Our location conveniently offers resident parking and guest parking.

Dining Options

We provide residents with meals throughout the day. We love to entertain visiting guests, meals included. Dining options are comprised of restaurant-style dining and room service. Our residents can enjoy meals prepared by a professional chef.

On-Site Activities

Residents can exercise their physical and mental abilities with specially curated on-site activities. To ensure residents enjoy a diverse cycle of events and recreation, we employ a full-time activities director. The exercise program includes stretching classes. We love to host holiday parties, birthday parties and BBQ's, picnics, and outdoor parties. Residents enjoy regular trips and outings to local neighborhoods and towns. Our entertainment center includes Wii Sports(add TM) Bowling for bowling enthusiasts. We provide regular musical entertainment for the use of our residents - and in some instances, to take a trip down memory lane. Residents may participate in community service programs. Our communal space has a piano centerpiece for musically inclined residents and scheduled performances. Residents may engage in recreational activities such as art classes designed to inspire and stimulate mental well-being. Residents can also join our gardening club. Our community activities include regular educational lectures covering a wide range of academic topics, dances and "Senior Proms", and frequent wine-tasting nights consisting of a wide-spectrum of vintages and flavor palettes to sample and then compare notes on with friends and fellow residents. Happy hour has a positive impact on the community; residents enjoy lively camaraderie.

Outdoor Common Areas

Outdoor common areas are designed with accessibility, flow, and movement in mind. Our community grounds offers an outside patio garden accessible to all residents.

Indoor Common Areas

Indoor common areas are a nice, quiet place to enjoy the company of fellow residents or to just relax. Residents have access to our communal spaces including a billiards lounge for residents who want to try their hand at cue sports, a bistro, our community library, complete with a diverse selection of titles, a game room, where you can socialize while enjoying games of all varieties, and a TV lounge, perfect for catching the latest episode of your favorite show or enjoying sports programming with other residents.

Location Features at Beau Ridge Independent Living

Living Options and Amenities

We offer 1 and 2-bedroom units for potential residents seeking a roommate, 1-bedroom units, 2-bedroom units, for potential residents who would enjoy living with a roommate and studio units. Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Western-facing and ground floor rooms are available. We have free wi-fi for all of our residents. To accommodate our residents, our community has air conditioning, and temperatures are regulated to optimize comfort and safety. Some apartments are equipped with kitchenettes so that residents can make their own food. Units featuring full bathtubs are an option. Our residents also enjoy free access to cable satellite TV.

Available Services at Beau Ridge Independent Living

Transportation

Our community provides complimentary transportation services.

Personal Services

Our lobby has a dedicated concierge available to handle the basic and immediate needs of you and your visitors. We have a beautician conveniently located on-site - residents can easily receive beauty treatments for all occasions. Personal housekeeping services are provided as needed. We offer grocery shopping services to eliminate the need for trips to the store.Our convenient on-site beauty salon provides hair care and beauty treatments. We offer laundry and dry cleaning services as well. We offer devotional services on-site, so residents can practice or worship in the privacy of our community. Offsite devotional services are offered in the nearby area. There are also several churches located within the surrounding neighborhood.

Medical Care Services

Our 24-hour awake staff is at hand to assist your loved one in fulfilling time-sensitive needs, should they arise. All services are delivered by licensed practitioners present on staff 24/7. Our medication-care managers organize the medication services available to our residents. We have registered nurses on our community staff. We have a registered dietician / nutritionist on site. This facility is not licensed by the state to offer medication dispensing services, however, residents are supported in their self-medication efforts as much as possible. Our lobby has a dedicated concierge available to handle the basic and immediate needs of you and your visitors. Regular visits from specialized occupational therapists are available to residents to aid development, recovery, improvements, and maintenance of skills needed for daily living. Speech therapy services are provided by trained and certified speech-pathologists. A visiting nurse is available to all residents. We offer on-site home care to our residents to ensure all healthcare needs are engaged. Our community offers respite care - a short-term stay at a senior living community - perfect for those recovering from a hospital visit, the interim during which a caregiver takes an extended vacation, or simply to experience a senior living trial period. This community provides ADL assistance, administered injections, and medication administration. Our weight limit for assisted lifts and single-person transfers is 50 lbs. The facility supports outdoor leisure hours.

Community highlights at Beau Ridge Independent Living

Community Certifications

Our property is licensed for 110 residents. The building was constructed in 2015. Our community is home to residents age 55 and above.

Local Emergency Assistance

Local fire, police, and EMT services are nearby and ready to respond.

Local Area Amenities

There are shopping centers and beautiful parks located in the surrounding neighborhood. Hotels are conveniently located near the facility for residents' guests and visitors. Our community is located near a college, and interaction with students who reside in the neighborhood is frequent.

Pricing at Beau Ridge Independent Living

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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*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.

Reviews of Beau Ridge Independent Living

3.9 of 5 Average rating
11 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(6) A Place For Mom
(5) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Beware of Beau Ridge!

    This place is poorly run with unorganized poor management. [Name removed] the manager was nice and would go out of his way to accommodate, but the Sales manager [name removed] was another story! She will tell you anything you want to hear to get you in there. She flat out lied about several things including the food preparation (all canned crap not fresh!) to the supposed social activities. Looks good on paper but nobody shows up to most of the social stuff so there is truly not much of anything going on at the place. [Name removed] also plays “favorites” with certain residents while completely ignoring others. Unprofessional ! She is a detriment to this business ! The residents were nice, although at least halt should have long ago been moved to assisted living as they cannot take care of themselves etc. but hey, they need to keep the rooms full here! Lots of turnaround. Don’t get me started on the food! If you enjoy eating healthy, nutritious meals then run away from Beau Ridge as fast as you can! All vegetables are right out of a can. Goodness knows about the meat.. it’s usually fried or smothered with some kind of heavy cream or cheese sauce which most geriatric age people cannot eat. They say they put out fresh fruit but in over 3 weeks there we never saw any! The menus changes constantly so you think your going to have one thing for dinner and “surprise!” No it’s something completely different because they were either too lazy to cook what was on the menu or ran out of food. They seem to run out of food a LOT! Always out of fruit and certain vegetables. Their alternative dinners are the same 3-4 things ever day. Sandwich, salad covered with cheese and meat, or baked potato. My poor dad would come up to his room after dinner and end up having to find something else to eat because he was still hungry! If anyone is not on a walker there (ie more physically fit) there is a gym/therapy room. Too bad all of the equipment is unusable, outdated and none of it works. The kitchen staff and servers are super rude. Despite a couple who are courteous the rest are not. They cannot make it to the back tables to get your order slip (too lazy!) so you have to go chase them down. Obviously they hate their jobs as much as my dad hates living there! Social activities. A complete joke! Most never happen. The few that do are lame to anyone who is somewhat conscious! There is also no sunday church service there. Only on Wed. Evening. My first impression when I went to BR for a tour was that the place looked dirty. When we moved my dad in there was a dead roach in the hallway. They had cleaned that day so it looked better.. but we all know looks can be deceiving! My sister liked the updated kitchens.. that’s why we chose it! 🙄 Do a lunch tour.. get a sample menu! Eat the food! Maybe eat it more than once. Do your homework! Oh and the elevator stays broken so if you can’t walk and aren’t on the first floor.. too bad for you! Note: [name removed] manager is a standout it would be impossible for him to correct all of the problems there! [Names removed] in housecleaning are friendly, helpful and awesome! [Name removed] the head chef is a nice guy. He himself is a greak cook.. but he’s working what he is given to work with! [Name removed] and all of the security guys are awesom & friendly too! There are some sweet residents there we will miss after a short 3 week stay but the good news is the ones we love the best are getting the hell out of there too! ❤️

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Beware of Beau Ridge!

    This place is poorly run with unorganized poor management. [Name removed] the manager was nice and would go out of his way to accommodate, but the Sales manager [name removed] was another story! She will tell you anything you want to hear to get you in there. She flat out lied about several things including the food preparation (all canned crap not fresh!) to the supposed social activities. Looks good on paper but nobody shows up to most of the social stuff so there is truly not much of anything going on at the place. [Name removed] also plays “favorites” with certain residents while completely ignoring others. Unprofessional ! She is a detriment to this business ! The residents were nice, although at least halt should have long ago been moved to assisted living as they cannot take care of themselves etc. but hey, they need to keep the rooms full here! Lots of turnaround. Don’t get me started on the food! If you enjoy eating healthy, nutritious meals then run away from Beau Ridge as fast as you can! All vegetables are right out of a can. Goodness knows about the meat.. it’s usually fried or smothered with some kind of heavy cream or cheese sauce which most geriatric age people cannot eat. They say they put out fresh fruit but in over 3 weeks there we never saw any! The menus changes constantly so you think your going to have one thing for dinner and “surprise!” No it’s something completely different because they were either too lazy to cook what was on the menu or ran out of food. They seem to run out of food a LOT! Always out of fruit and certain vegetables. Their alternative dinners are the same 3-4 things ever day. Sandwich, salad covered with cheese and meat, or baked potato. My poor dad would come up to his room after dinner and end up having to find something else to eat because he was still hungry! If anyone is not on a walker there (ie more physically fit) there is a gym/therapy room. Too bad all of the equipment is unusable, outdated and none of it works. The kitchen staff and servers are super rude. Despite a couple who are courteous the rest are not. They cannot make it to the back tables to get your order slip (too lazy!) so you have to go chase them down. Obviously they hate their jobs as much as my dad hates living there! Social activities. A complete joke! Most never happen. The few that do are lame to anyone who is somewhat conscious! There is also no sunday church service there. Only on Wed. Evening. My first impression when I went to BR for a tour was that the place looked dirty. When we moved my dad in there was a dead roach in the hallway. They had cleaned that day so it looked better.. but we all know looks can be deceiving! My sister liked the updated kitchens.. that’s why we chose it! 🙄 Do a lunch tour.. get a sample menu! Eat the food! Maybe eat it more than once. Do your homework! Oh and the elevator stays broken so if you can’t walk and aren’t on the first floor.. too bad for you! Note: [name removed] manager is a standout it would be impossible for him to correct all of the problems there! [Names removed] in housecleaning are friendly, helpful and awesome! [Name removed] the head chef is a nice guy. He himself is a greak cook.. but he’s working what he is given to work with! [Name removed] and all of the security guys are awesom & friendly too! There are some sweet residents there we will miss after a short 3 week stay but the good news is the ones we love the best are getting the hell out of there too! ❤️

  • Worst IL place in town!

    This place is poorly run with unorganized poor management. [Name removed] the manager was nice and would go out of his way to accommodate, but the Sales manager [name removed] was another story! She will tell you anything you want to hear to get you in there. She flat out lied about several things including the food preparation (all canned crap not fresh!) to the supposed social activities. Looks good on paper but nobody shows up to most of the social stuff so there is truly not much of anything going on at the place. [Name removed] also plays “favorites” with certain residents while completely ignoring others. Unprofessional ! She is a detriment to this business ! The residents were nice, although at least halt should have long ago been moved to assisted living as they cannot take care of themselves etc. but hey, they need to keep the rooms full here! Lots of turnaround. Don’t get me started on the food! If you enjoy eating healthy, nutritious meals then run away from Beau Ridge as fast as you can! All vegetables are right out of a can. Goodness knows about the meat.. it’s usually fried or smothered with some kind of heavy cream or cheese sauce which most geriatric age people cannot eat. They say they put out fresh fruit but in over 3 weeks there we never saw any! The menus changes constantly so you think your going to have one thing for dinner and “surprise!” No it’s something completely different because they were either too lazy to cook what was on the menu or ran out of food. They seem to run out of food a LOT! Always out of fruit and certain vegetables. Their alternative dinners are the same 3-4 things ever day. Sandwich, salad covered with cheese and meat, or baked potato. My poor dad would come up to his room after dinner and end up having to find something else to eat because he was still hungry! If anyone is not on a walker there (ie more physically fit) there is a gym/therapy room. Too bad all of the equipment is unusable, outdated and none of it works. The kitchen staff and servers are super rude. Despite a couple who are courteous the rest are not. They cannot make it to the back tables to get your order slip (too lazy!) so you have to go chase them down. Obviously they hate their jobs as much as my dad hates living there! Social activities. A complete joke! Most never happen. The few that do are lame to anyone who is somewhat conscious! There is also no sunday church service there. Only on Wed. Evening. My first impression when I went to BR for a tour was that the place looked dirty. When we moved my dad in there was a dead roach in the hallway. They had cleaned that day so it looked better.. but we all know looks can be deceiving! My sister liked the updated kitchens.. that’s why we chose it! 🙄 Do a lunch tour.. get a sample menu! Eat the food! Maybe eat it more than once. Do your homework! Oh and the elevator stays broken so if you can’t walk and aren’t on the first floor.. too bad for you! Note: [name removed] manager is a standout it would be impossible for him to correct all of the problems there! [Name removed] and [name removed] in housecleaning are friendly, helpful and awesome! [Name removed] the head chef is a nice guy. He himself is a greak cook.. but he’s working what he is given to work with! [Name removed] and all of the security guys are awesom & friendly too! There are some sweet residents there we will miss after a short 3 week stay but the good news is the ones we love the best are getting the hell out of there too! ❤️

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Worst IL place in town!

    This place is poorly run with unorganized poor management. [Name removed] the manager was nice and would go out of his way to accommodate, but the Sales manager [name removed] was another story! She will tell you anything you want to hear to get you in there. She flat out lied about several things including the food preparation (all canned crap not fresh!) to the supposed social activities. Looks good on paper but nobody shows up to most of the social stuff so there is truly not much of anything going on at the place. [Name removed] also plays “favorites” with certain residents while completely ignoring others. Unprofessional ! She is a detriment to this business ! The residents were nice, although at least halt should have long ago been moved to assisted living as they cannot take care of themselves etc. but hey, they need to keep the rooms full here! Lots of turnaround. Don’t get me started on the food! If you enjoy eating healthy, nutritious meals then run away from Beau Ridge as fast as you can! All vegetables are right out of a can. Goodness knows about the meat.. it’s usually fried or smothered with some kind of heavy cream or cheese sauce which most geriatric age people cannot eat. They say they put out fresh fruit but in over 3 weeks there we never saw any! The menus changes constantly so you think your going to have one thing for dinner and “surprise!” No it’s something completely different because they were either too lazy to cook what was on the menu or ran out of food. They seem to run out of food a LOT! Always out of fruit and certain vegetables. Their alternative dinners are the same 3-4 things ever day. Sandwich, salad covered with cheese and meat, or baked potato. My poor dad would come up to his room after dinner and end up having to find something else to eat because he was still hungry! If anyone is not on a walker there (ie more physically fit) there is a gym/therapy room. Too bad all of the equipment is unusable, outdated and none of it works. The kitchen staff and servers are super rude. Despite a couple who are courteous the rest are not. They cannot make it to the back tables to get your order slip (too lazy!) so you have to go chase them down. Obviously they hate their jobs as much as my dad hates living there! Social activities. A complete joke! Most never happen. The few that do are lame to anyone who is somewhat conscious! There is also no sunday church service there. Only on Wed. Evening. My first impression when I went to BR for a tour was that the place looked dirty. When we moved my dad in there was a dead roach in the hallway. They had cleaned that day so it looked better.. but we all know looks can be deceiving! My sister liked the updated kitchens.. that’s why we chose it! 🙄 Do a lunch tour.. get a sample menu! Eat the food! Maybe eat it more than once. Do your homework! Oh and the elevator stays broken so if you can’t walk and aren’t on the first floor.. too bad for you! Note: [name removed] manager is a standout it would be impossible for him to correct all of the problems there! [Name removed] and [name removed] in housecleaning are friendly, helpful and awesome! [Name removed] the head chef is a nice guy. He himself is a greak cook.. but he’s working what he is given to work with! [Name removed] and all of the security guys are awesom & friendly too! There are some sweet residents there we will miss after a short 3 week stay but the good news is the ones we love the best are getting the hell out of there too! ❤️

  • A good transition

    The staff are doing a real well taking care of my loved ones. The food is really good. The community is clean and they have a nice yard outside. This is a newer community and the staff have been on top of any issues that have come up. The downstairs manager is excellent. They offer a lot of activities as well as trips out. I would recommend this community.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    A good transition

    The staff are doing a real well taking care of my loved ones. The food is really good. The community is clean and they have a nice yard outside. This is a newer community and the staff have been on top of any issues that have come up. The downstairs manager is excellent. They offer a lot of activities as well as trips out. I would recommend this community.

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    • Beau Ridge Independent Living Amenities

      • Activities Offsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Activities Onsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas

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