Find the care you need as well as assistive amenities and natural beauty at Brookdale Lodi. Our vibrant campus is tucked away in a quiet neighborhood and is just minutes from Kofu Park and Vineyard Shopping Center. Downtown Lodi is also a short drive away and features a variety of shops and restaurants. If you crave the feeling of big city amenities, Sacramento is in close proximity and offers an abundance of metropolitan attractions.
We understand each person has different needs and preferences, which is why we work with you directly to learn about your care journey. Would you like assistance managing your medications, eating during mealtimes, or help with other activities of daily living? Through person-centered care plans your experience and care services are tailored exclusively to you. Best of all, there are no surprise costs and you will not pay for a service you don’t use or need. Here, residents can also embrace a strong sense of security because team members are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be alerted to any emergencies. In addition to care and security, residents can look forward to nutritious homemade meals, assistance with home maintenance and housekeeping chores,...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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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.
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Value for cost
This is one of the best places to live at. The staff are very friendly. The shortage of staff can be kind of frustrating but Brookdale is constantly hiring new people to stay on top of the issue to resolve the shortage.
It has been really difficult to get inside the community due to the covid restrictions, but when we are able to we can go see our loved ones apartment, and it is messy. There is stuff piling up on the counters, old dishes and crumbs. It is just not as tidy as it should be especially for the value we are paying month to month. Our loved ones do complain about the food, they say the breakfast is really good but what they serve for lunch and dinner is not. It is served late and could, however they are also choosing to not go down to the dining room to eat. We do know they offer activities, however our loves one just choose not to participate and stay in their rooms.
Had a tour of the facility and it seemed well run and was clean. Stopped by at lunch time, the dining area seemed to have sufficient amount of attendants. Food looked ok.Rooms small with a small refrigerator and microwave.No balcony.
The staff are doing a good job for my aunt who is very happy living at this community. Everything that is provided and offered for her is just fine.
We have been through 3 owners and now Brookdale. Horrible [Removed]. Checks sent take two months to cash. Very little activities anymore. Used to have folks visiting with entertainment, now I see little. Great Med techs who seem to do everything. With Alzheimer's they need some more RA's. Clean and good meals but with the money fiasco, it makes me very nervous and I have private part-time caregiver who checks on Mom daily.
When we first got to the Brookdale, we really liked the place. It was nice and clean. After they invited us to have lunch and that is what completely changed our minds. We were ignored we just sat there. Then I noticed that the residents were being ignored as well during meals time. It was a difference of night and day compared to the community we actually chose.
My mother needed additional care so we looked at Brookdale. The facility is clean and cheery. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. My mother's health and disposition improved within a few days. After 2 weeks I noticed she seems happier and is making new friends. I would recommend Brookdale to anyone looking for a place for a parent or loved one.
All of the staff members working at the Brookdale Lodi facility have just been very helpful and courteous to my loved one and the family and they all seem to be doing their job properly, so I have no complaints.
They really helped us through a difficult time. Very caring, professional staff. Mom seems to be doing very well!
They were very friendly and helpful when we were searching for a place to put my loved one in. They were good with evaluating her and making her feel welcomed and my mother is very happy there at Brookdale.
I cant really speak to much about Brookdale Lodi because I am not the one who is there all the time. There are good and bad things about this facility. He seems okay. It is probably one of the better facilities when I think about it. But again I am not there after hours to know what all goes on.
There have been a few issues with transportation to the doctor and back, and we have ended up having to do that ourselves. They are constantly busy, and it was an emergency call where the doctor needed to see him right away, but they are not able to do anything like that without advanced notice. (How can you give advance notice when it's an emergency?) There have definitely been some room for improvement. I think the people working there are spread too thin.
The first month in there was a lack of consistency in following dietary requirements. I think that within the staff communication was a bit lacking. They are very willing to meet the issues and work to resolve any issues that come up. Overall it has been a very good experience. It truly is a wonderful facility.
As a family we are very happy with Brookdale . Our mother has only been there a short time but we feel it was a good choose for her care.
I think they have been working hard with me to be able to afford getting my Mother enrolled. Brenda is just a very nice and caring person. She is working with me to be able to keep my mother there for her life time. Hats off to Brenda.
They were extremely accommodating. They really went out of their way for us. The staff was wonderful. Unfortunately we weren't there for very long. They did a good job while we were there. My loved one didn't like the food, and they went out of their way to try to accommodate that.
The price is up there but they're doing more for my sister than she would have gotten any place else. The main reason we chose them is because my sister is a very delicate diabetic. She takes shots 4x a day and this was the only place that I found that would actually giver her her shots and she didn't have to do them herself. There is a nurse there all the time so they can give her her shots. They call me on everything. If she fell down and stubbed her toe they would call me. They're really spot on and really watch. The meal times are set. It's 8am, 12pm, adn 5pm and if you miss it, you miss it.
This would be a WONDERFUL place to live! However, the price of the room does not include things like medication supervision or even meal escort. To have medication supervision was more a month.
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Studio, 1bd, 2bd, Semi-Private
Studio, 1bd, 2bd, Semi-Private
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