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The memory care unit did not have enough help also because the memory unit was so large residence will get lost and could not be found for long periods of time. I believe for the car take care could have been better. I ended up moving my loveone because it was not a good fit for the price I was paying.
My mother spent the final two months of her life in hospice care at Brookdale Delta, passing away just shy of her 101st birthday. We were very pleased with the kindness and competent care she experienced while there. She was very content and we couldn't have asked for a better environment in which she could have spent her final weeks. The only drawback was a somewhat chaotic experience we had with issues of billing, but I believe it was just a passing situation that has likely since been worked out. In the end, matters were fairly settled. We left with a good memory of my mother's time at Brookdale Delta and especially of the kind people who cared for her.
This has been a warm welcoming place for my mom. It’s smaller than others but friendly and caring and seem to know my mom already even though she’s been there just over a month. The facility is clean. My mom is clean and likes it. Staff is friendly and informative.
I have been very unhappy with my experience at Brookdale. This facility, in my opinion, is not trained to take care of dementia patients. You have to talk to dementia patients differently, you cannot tell them they know better because if they did they wouldn't be where they are, you dont argue with them, they don't know the difference, you have to have patience. I am moving my husband within the next few weeks. The caregivers are expected to do too many different jobs therefore cannot take proper care of the residences. My husband needs completed care, he cannot walk, talk, (he is in a lift that needs two people to put him in it) and last night it took two aids almost an hour to toilet him and get him down to supper, The facility was short staffed last night which is the norm, therefore other residents not getting the help needed. I could go on and on but enough said. Thank You
I like the care here for my mom. We like that the staff is caring and helpful. This community is very clean and attractive. The meals seem to be appealing to her needs. They do offer a lot of activities. We would recommend that families take a tour for a care of their loved one.
My rating is based on the assistance our family received in transitioning my mom. They made it as effortless as possible and the staff are all very friendly and welcoming. As for the overall experience I would say it was great the activities and such I can only rate that on our experience over the last few weeks but it has been very good.
The only reason I gave Clare Bridge of Delta 4 and 1/2 stars is sometimes things would be laying on the floor in the room for a while. Other than that everything is clean. The staff are very friendly and attentive. The facility is peaceful. They are always willing to help here.
This was the wrong place for my mother. First, they said stay away for 7-10 days. Said they would adjust her Medicine, never happened. Said they would use foam boots at night for sore on her heel, never happened. After a week, she had no clean clothes. Said she needed a hospital bed after one week, never happened. But after 10-11 days, she fell/rolled out of bed and broke her hip. And as they waited for the ambulance at 4:00AM, they supposedly got her dressed so she would look good with broken bones in the hospital. On the day before she fell out of bed, she was sitting with other patients in the living room in pants and a camisole, cold. No clean clothes. In fact, they only found her clothes today (Friday), 6 days without clothes. My mom didn't need them anyway, since she was in the hospital, and today went into hospice. So no, it didn't work out very well.
Staff are friendly, the facility is nice and maintained well, and my dad seems comfortable.
My mother loves it at this community. The staff is so friendly and helpful.
My loved one has only been here a short time, but so far everything seems to be going well. I was very impressed during the tour with how nice the facility looked, and how clean everything was kept. The staff is friendly and professional, and they seemed to have a good variety of activities for the residents.
We took a tour of this community. I didn't have much to compare it to, but it seemed like a nice enough place and the tour was informative and professional. It was well kept and clean, and I liked the circular layout. It did not seem very culturally diverse, however, and I was afraid my loved one might feel a little isolated here.
I toured this community when I was looking into care options for my loved one. This was a very nice looking place! The facility itself is lovely, and very clean and well kept. The staff were all very friendly, and happy to answer any questions I had. However, my loved one was having a lot of issues with falls, and I felt that she would probably do better in a smaller facility where there would be less walking, and she'd be more likely to have someone with their eye on her all the time.
I was impressed with what I saw. The rooms we nicely decorated and welcoming. The companion room was large with an architectural design that offered privacy for both occupants. There were several family gathering places. The planned activities were varied. The problem is the cost. The basic rate is reasonable, but all of the services are el a carte and the upfront community fee is equal to one month's rent which is extreme! Mom would come in (according to the present assessment)at the highest level. Every time she needed something, there would be a price tag on the service. We can't afford this place.
I liked this place; really nice
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