Brookdale Plymouth

15855 22nd Avenue North Plymouth MN 55447

866-465-5993

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We understand your concerns for your loved one’s safety and well-being, along with the weight of the responsibility of caring for someone with dementia. At our community, in Plymouth, Minn., which offers Alzheimer’s and dementia care, we have the experience to understand the complexity of dementia at every stage. Memory care services in a safe, comfortable, home-like environment are the unique contribution we can make to your loved one’s well-being and quality of life. And for you, there’s peace of mind knowing we have trained staff on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Deeply rooted in a person-centered approach, our Alzheimer’s and dementia care is called the Clare Bridge program, where each resident is surrounded by others with the same cognitive abilities, to give them the important feeling of fitting in. Clare Bridge focuses on sustaining feelings of belonging, purpose and safety while seeking to preserve a sense of self. More simply, we meet them where they are.

Our single-story building was designed and built to provide comfort, beauty and privacy for a home-like setting with amenities that encourage socialization, comfort and relaxation. Most importantly, it was built for safety, so it’s protected by a 24-hour security system and enclosed walking areas so our residents can feel a sense of independence and freedom as they safely explore the outdoor courtyards, patios and the rest of their surroundings. The centerpiece of our community is Town Square, an indoor charming, picturesque re-creation of the center of a small town with cobblestones, faux storefronts and lamp post. It’s one of our most popular common areas.

Amenities include:
•Emergency response in each room
•Pet friendly
•Library
•Café/bistro
•Coffee shop
•Beauty/barber shop
•Walking paths
•Community kitchen
•Fireside living room
•Snack shop
•Ice cream parlor
•Chef-prepared, restaurant-style dining
•Housekeeping and laundry?

A full activity calendar provides many opportunities for your loved one to stay active and engaged. Residents enjoy baking, arranging flowers, playing trivia games, sing-alongs, getting manicures, getting coffee with a friend and gathering for movie nights.

When you select an apartment, you can choose which floor plan best fits your loved one’s needs. We also offer both private and companion suites, all of which feature a private bath and large windows to let in abundant natural light. Our apartments are a place for your loved one to be surrounded by, and find comfort in, his or her own familiar furnishings, treasured family photos and keepsakes.

Pricing at Brookdale Plymouth

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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Semi-Private
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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 Brookdale Plymouth

4 of 5 Average rating
27 Reviews
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(14) A Place For Mom
(13) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Proceed with caution...there are some good things about the place but also some bad things.

    Brookdale definitely over-promised services. The best thing I can say about Brookdale Plymouth is that the staff is very friendly and smile a lot. The Activities Director is also fabulous and my mom really likes him. However, my mom doesn't understand most of the rest of the staff because of the language barrier (a lot of the staff have thick accents and I myself even have a hard time understanding what they are telling me). The thing that bothers me the most about Brookdale Plymouth is that my mom is paying $461/month extra for dressing/grooming assistance, but she rarely gets assistance. Mind you my mom tells the staff that she doesn't need assistance, but this is not the case. I was told by the Director that the staff are trained to "re-approach" when encountering resistance. I just don't see that happening at all with my mom's care. For example, I've noticed that my mom wears the same dirty clothes for days in row. Where is the "assistance" from the staff in getting her to change her clothes? I also have noticed that my mom sleeps in her clothes many nights. Again, where is the assistance from the staff in getting my mom into her pajamas? Same thing with the showers. My mom pays $173/month extra for assistance with bathing two times a week. After two months I learned that my mom had only taken 1 bath since arriving. (I have no idea why I wasn't informed of this sooner.) I learned that my mom was refusing the shower and that the staff were unable to get my mom to take one. The solution was for me to be there when it's a bath/shower night. Another very bad issue is the cleaning of the rooms (or lack there-of) There is very little cleaning done (if any) of my mom's room. I wind up cleaning and vacuuming once a week. The Director is very nice but appears to constantly give me lip service ("that shouldn't have happened"; "we are retraining/re-educating our staff", etc.). My mom's clothes and bed linens often get lost. (2 sets of sheets have disappeared). From what I understand, this is common at all memory care facilities. Brookdale promised me that I could be the "daughter" again (instead of my mom's caretaker). Unfortunately that hasn't happened. I launder my mom's clothes and bed linens, I am the one to convince my mom to take a shower, I am the one who is cleaning my mom's room, etc.. I still feel like the care-taker. Having provided mostly negative feedback above, I can say that I feel my mom is safe at Brookdale Plymouth and that the staff is always willing to listen to my complaints. I have definitely had to adjust my expectations. One other good thing about Brookdale is that they allow my mom to have her cat as long as I keep the litterbox cleaned and take care of the cat. This is one of the reasons I chose Brookdale over many other places which don't allow pets.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Proceed with caution...there are some good things about the place but also some bad things.

    Brookdale definitely over-promised services. The best thing I can say about Brookdale Plymouth is that the staff is very friendly and smile a lot. The Activities Director is also fabulous and my mom really likes him. However, my mom doesn't understand most of the rest of the staff because of the language barrier (a lot of the staff have thick accents and I myself even have a hard time understanding what they are telling me). The thing that bothers me the most about Brookdale Plymouth is that my mom is paying $461/month extra for dressing/grooming assistance, but she rarely gets assistance. Mind you my mom tells the staff that she doesn't need assistance, but this is not the case. I was told by the Director that the staff are trained to "re-approach" when encountering resistance. I just don't see that happening at all with my mom's care. For example, I've noticed that my mom wears the same dirty clothes for days in row. Where is the "assistance" from the staff in getting her to change her clothes? I also have noticed that my mom sleeps in her clothes many nights. Again, where is the assistance from the staff in getting my mom into her pajamas? Same thing with the showers. My mom pays $173/month extra for assistance with bathing two times a week. After two months I learned that my mom had only taken 1 bath since arriving. (I have no idea why I wasn't informed of this sooner.) I learned that my mom was refusing the shower and that the staff were unable to get my mom to take one. The solution was for me to be there when it's a bath/shower night. Another very bad issue is the cleaning of the rooms (or lack there-of) There is very little cleaning done (if any) of my mom's room. I wind up cleaning and vacuuming once a week. The Director is very nice but appears to constantly give me lip service ("that shouldn't have happened"; "we are retraining/re-educating our staff", etc.). My mom's clothes and bed linens often get lost. (2 sets of sheets have disappeared). From what I understand, this is common at all memory care facilities. Brookdale promised me that I could be the "daughter" again (instead of my mom's caretaker). Unfortunately that hasn't happened. I launder my mom's clothes and bed linens, I am the one to convince my mom to take a shower, I am the one who is cleaning my mom's room, etc.. I still feel like the care-taker. Having provided mostly negative feedback above, I can say that I feel my mom is safe at Brookdale Plymouth and that the staff is always willing to listen to my complaints. I have definitely had to adjust my expectations. One other good thing about Brookdale is that they allow my mom to have her cat as long as I keep the litterbox cleaned and take care of the cat. This is one of the reasons I chose Brookdale over many other places which don't allow pets.

  • Consistently disappointing

    My relative has lived at this facility over a year, and I visit her at least once a month. There is usually dried feces on her toilet seat, and I often see the same scraps of paper on the floor that were there during my previous visit, meaning the housekeeping is pretty bad. I visited last week, and there was no toilet paper in the bathroom nor any towels. At lunch, the help just put the food in front of the residents with a plop, then picked up the plates when they were done. The food wan't cut up for those needing it, so they ate with their fingers, and coffee wasn't poured until the residents yelled. Otherwise, the staff just stood around.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Consistently disappointing

    My relative has lived at this facility over a year, and I visit her at least once a month. There is usually dried feces on her toilet seat, and I often see the same scraps of paper on the floor that were there during my previous visit, meaning the housekeeping is pretty bad. I visited last week, and there was no toilet paper in the bathroom nor any towels. At lunch, the help just put the food in front of the residents with a plop, then picked up the plates when they were done. The food wan't cut up for those needing it, so they ate with their fingers, and coffee wasn't poured until the residents yelled. Otherwise, the staff just stood around.

  • A good visit

    This is a larger community and I did not get the feeling this community would work for my loved one. I did not like the way the community was set up. The people I met were super nice and the community looked clean.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    A good visit

    This is a larger community and I did not get the feeling this community would work for my loved one. I did not like the way the community was set up. The people I met were super nice and the community looked clean.

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    • Brookdale Plymouth Amenities

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

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      • Memory Care
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