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As a family to make the decision to put your mother in a managed care environment and remove her from her comfortable home of 50 years becomes one of the most gut wrenching decisions a family will ever have to make. We met with several administrators from other facilities but after meeting with [name removed] and her staff it became overwhelmingly apparent that this was the right place for mom. She has been at Brookdale for over 18 months and we couldn't be happier with our decision. Our mother receives an incredible amount of attention and love for which we are all so very grateful. We highly recommend this facility for your loved ones. Tony G. Doylestown,pa
My mother fought Dementia for 7 hard years. We were in 2 homes prior to our final stop at Brookdale Dublin. I loved the home feel of the facility. Having been at other facilities I can say that I felt my mothers care was the best of them all (as evident that I never hesitated to move her). As with all facilities you come to have your favorite team members; [name removed] will always have a place in our hearts. Even made it a point to be the one to call me upon my mothers passing. I am forever grateful it was him :). I highly recommend Brookdale Dublin for your loved one.
Being a relatively small and specialized facility means that all staff at. Brookdale Dublin have significant interaction with the residents. Social interaction time is not just limited to a prescribed activity like it is at some care residences. Whether one is a custodian, an aide, a med tech, a cook, or an administrator, ALL Brookdale staff informally interact in a loving and positive way with the residents. Prior to entering Brookdale Dublin, Mom had lived at another facility for a year. At the previous residence, Mom had lost weight, she became unable to walk, and she was nearly 100% nonverbal. After a few months at Brookdale, Mom began to talk and eat again. I attribute these changes as being almost entirely due to the staff’s commitment to engage Mom socially and to not give up on her even when she didn’t reciprocate. When Mom died this past year in hospice at Brookdale some staff gave up break time to be with her. I knew I had made the right choice by having her in their care.
Brookdale Dublin was the best place for our Mom. It is a hard decision to move your loved one out of their home and we had tried other facilities, but Brookdale was by far the best. The facilities are clean and inviting, a real home and not an institution. And I can’t say enough about the staff. They are the most kind and caring people; true angels during a difficult time. They always treated her with love and dignity. Mom loved them all and could not have been happier. It gave us great comfort to know that she was well cared for and always smiling during her last days.
Brookdale Dublin was fabulous. They sent me info on their community before I even arrived for the tour. When I got there, there was a sign on the door with my name on it, welcoming me. That personal touch really moved me. Their pricing is a little more expensive and not all-inclusive. But I just loved it there. It was just so homey.
[name removed], who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, my wife, spent over 2 1/2 years in Brookdale Dublin. I would like to acknowledge their professionalism, dedication, and most of all care, kindness and friendliness to their residents. It takes a special kind of person to become caregivers and especially ones with empathy and sympathy to care for others the way I observed when I was there. Management was always available in quick to respond to any messages or calls. All in all a great environment for anyone to place a loved one. Highly recommended.
Would give them 10 stars, but only 5 was available. By far the most most competent best place for memory care. My mom, a difficult case, is doing great at Brookdale, where as no other memory care was able to manage her. The best management and the best staff - they provide high level of TLC and totally on top of things giving me a complete piece of mind. If you are in need of great memory care for your family member, I recommend Brookdale Dublin highly!
The staff here were extremely genuine and kind, very helpful and informative. It seemed everyone liked working there and residents had decent care. Unfortunately the place was in need of some immediate updating, and the price was not significantly under the cost of newer facilities that offered a much nicer environment. I did get the feeling that they really did care for the residents, so that counts for a lot. I was a little concerned about how they charge for individual services above and beyond the core "rent", so you could be paying over $1500 per month in addition depending on what help the resident requires. That just seems to open up a whole lot of uncertainty from month to month on what the costs will be. And even though all the facilities seem to have price increases each year, the one went up 8% last year alone.
As an RN myself, I was overjoyed with the superb care my mother received. The staffs kindness and compassion was outstanding not only towards my mother but our entire family. The smaller setting is an asset and having skilled staff educated in dementia care was clearly obvious unlike the previous facility my mother was in.
Mom moved in a month ago, and so far she is getting much more attention than at her last facility. Staff all seems to care more, also. The smaller size helps her not get lost in the shuffle. So far, all positive.
My father is doing well at this community. The community looks great, and very well-kept. The staff is great, they are taking very good care of my father, his needs. There activities offered for the residents. He is very happy with the meals, the food is very good. He is being provided with great care, and all is well.
My mother has lived at Brookdale Dublin for the past 3 years. Picking the right community for Memory Care was so stressful, there were so many choices to consider, but we definitely made the right choice by bringing Mom there. The staff are all compassionate and there is a cozy, homelike feeling in this community that I didn't feel anywhere else. The building was recently renovated and the new funiture, paint, and floors are really noticeable. Mom has made many friends there and she calls this "home." Family night events are always fun! I highly reccomend Brookdale Dublin.
I had a very positive experience. Right from the first time we went in to visit the facility it was very warm and friendly. We had visited quite a few other properties and I was not so sure about how small this one was, but I am very pleased with it now and think it is a good fit for my mom. It has worked out to be such a good experience. Everyone seems to be very friendly and caring. It is very good.
Brookdale Dublin is a phenomenal assisted living home. The only problem is that they are under staffed and do not have house keepers. The care staff is obligated to clean everything and take care of the residents. Also, about 75% of the residents there should be in skilled nursing facilities. (most are confined to wheel chairs and can't do anything for themselves which is not the definition of "assisted"). The care staff is more than wonderful. They each love and take great care of every single resident in the building. You will not get the same level of care in a bigger facility. Yes, it is very pricey, but you get what you pay for. I would not bring my loved one anywhere else.
Lack of communication with staff, told the wrong things,there is no housekeeper at this facility the care staff is supposed to clean up and it is dirty all the time. They push people out and just stick them in front of the TV with no one there supervising them. The residents them selves say im lonely and there is nothing for them to do . The staff is getting them ready for bed as soon as diner is done,and diner is at 4;30. The whole atmosphere is depressing. Not a choice for good fit for what I want for my family member.
Response from Brookdale DublinAugust 14, 2015
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This place has gone through several management changes. I believe they have the right staff on board and they give excellent care. The Nursing Manager along with the clinical staff are all very compassionate and caring. The program Director does a super job providing daily generationally appropriate activities. My mom is very happy and content here. They do a fabulous job handling my mom's challenging behaviors. This place is perfect for my mom, she loves the comfort and the familiarity of the nostalgic look inside. Many places were too modern and confusing to mom. The memory stations are very helpful . The staff are caring and considerate. I am grateful for the outstanding care my mom is getting. Thank you Brookdale Dublin.
It’s good. I think the staff is very helpful. They’re very caring there. My loved one seems to like the food. I’ve never had any trouble finding parking. There are outside areas for families to use. The staff and how friendly they are the best feature of this community.
Of all the places we looked at this one felt the most "institutional". It is entirely a memory care facility so the whole place is a locked facility. Mom needs memory help, but was not quite on the level of what they provided here, and there was no lower level of care for her to be in. Their pricing structure was also very hard to gauge. They're very up front about it, they do an evaluation and hand you an itemized list of the additional services they are going to provide, but its hard to know where it will go from there. The price they quoted me was much higher than the base rate.
This place is horrible. It is filthy. They expect all the working people there to do everything. The problem is they don't do anything. It smells like urine throughout the whole place. People keep getting out of this place and it is suppose to be secured. They feed the residents food that is too hard to eat. (FYI, most of them have false teeth or no teeth) Don't go to this place. They charge you to ask your loved one if they have to go to the bathroom.
It is a little on the expensive side but it is a wonderful community. My father has actually improved while staying in Clare Bridge. We are looking to bring him home and just bring care in home, but if we couldn’t be happier then we are with this community.
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