The first time we were able to get inside the community was just a couple of days ago and it was very clean. The staff members there are very good and the lady who runs the memory care unit is just phenomenal. Our loved one is well taken care of, she really enjoys the breakfast and dinner. The activities are good and they have been trying within reason to do things like bingo while distancing, play scrabble, painting classes, puzzles and a lot of activities that has helped our loved one with her memory. We have no complaints and they have done a great job at keeping the covid positive rates down.... Read more
Let your retirement years become everything you have envisioned, and more, here at Brookdale Wayne. With assisted living and memory care available under one, all-inclusive roof, you can find the care and amenities you need to live comfortably. When you build your home here, you are treated like family.
Brookdale Wayne is located on top of a hill, which provides an array of gorgeous, woodsy views. It is also less than an hour from New York City, which means you have easy access to the Big Apple and an abundance of world-class entertainment. Seniors will enjoy residing so close to a variety of local restaurants and shopping options. Plus, William Paterson University is just next door, which offers a variety of education seminars.
At Brookdale Wayne, residents’ wellness is prioritized and supported by collaborative care partnerships between family members, Brookdale’s team, and other health care providers. Here, each resident is given a customizable care plan, and the health and wellness director monitors specific needs in real time, offering assistance with medication administration, UTIs, skin conditions, and fall management. Best of all, staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be alerted to an emergency, and an alert...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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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Liked this community a lot. Actually liked it better than the community that my loved one is in. If it was up to me this is where my loved one would have been but she just did not have that feeling that she was looking for. It felt like an updated hotel and it was a very nice community. I would live here.
Our family had an in person tour and the people there were extremely nice personality level is a plus plus but it came down to the financial side and it was just a little to expensive for us.
Their staff needs significant additional training, both administrative and clinical. That's the main thing. My family is all medical professionals, and each time we went there, we witnessed the same staff members in similar positions not doing their role well, in terms of lifting and gate transfer. Those things were not done appropriately, and could have caused more damage than the help they were trying to provide. There was really poor communication around medication, which could cause missed doses and overdosing. No one was on the same page. Communication in general was very poor, between themselves as a team and also with the family. The staff is really nice and well intending. I just think they're not very competent and lacking in training.
The first time we were able to get inside the community was just a couple of days ago and it was very clean. The staff members there are very good and the lady who runs the memory care unit is just phenomenal. Our loved one is well taken care of, she really enjoys the breakfast and dinner. The activities are good and they have been trying within reason to do things like bingo while distancing, play scrabble, painting classes, puzzles and a lot of activities that has helped our loved one with her memory. We have no complaints and they have done a great job at keeping the covid positive rates down.
The staff at Brookdale Wayne were very welcoming when we were visited and they were very friendly. They are very willing to listen to us when we need something, however the night staff is lacking a little compassion. The rooms at this community are pretty spacious and very nice. The food is about average, we would give it a three out of five. We would recommend this community to a family or friend
We felt like we weren't getting our moneys worth. The activities they did have were arts and crafts, a jazz band come in that would perform occasionally. Religious activities, morning exercise. We chose this community because the staff really listened to us at first, they were showing us what we wanted, but when she moved it, it was not what we were promised. The room sizes were very nice. We did eat there a couple times and i would give the food a rating around a four out of five.
Brookdale was friendly and personable. Pricing varied due to stage on assistance. Rooms were new and had amenities for patient. Needs to have different doctors come to patients rather taken them out of facility. Has transportation but only for immediate town.
Of all the recent communities I visited Brookdale focused the most on care services such as my mother's physical and mental needs rather than the building or apartments. I appreciated [name removed]'s attention to detail and patience regarding how the staff could meet those needs. The tour and facility seemed very good and I would consider them for my mom's long term care.
I am so glad that my cousin who was suffering from ALS chose to move into Brookdale Wayne, an assisted living facility for seniors. Over his stay I was very impressed by the sincere concern that the entire staff had for both his physical and emotional well being. His needs were continually re-evaluated to assure that the level of necessary care would be quickly adjusted. The nursing staff is excellent proving daily their high level of expertise in delivering senior health care. I observed only the highest level of respect and courtesy from staff members to all residents, family members and friends. A true sense of a caring community is evident. The high level of compassionate care delivered is not only felt by the resident staying there, but extends well beyond the walls to their family members and friends. If you are searching for a five star assisted living facility; do yourself a favor and give Brookdale Wayne a visit.
Tour guide never said hello to residents as we passed. People seemed not engaged. The Main Street idea was nice.
Brookdale Wayne is a lovely community with the most amazing staff -- the director and her team went way above and beyond to help accommodate my mother. The community is beautiful with many activities available for their residents.
This was a nice community when looked at it. The people we met were nice and they offered some nice activities. This community was one of our choices. The community we chose was the last community we looked at.
I toured this community for my mother, and her needs. Everything went well, and this is nice community. The staff I cam across was kind, and very friendly. It was a pleasant experience. Everyone was very nice too my family, and myself.
I am impressed by the sincere concern that the administrators and staff of the Brookdale Senior Community ave for the physical and emotional welfare of each one of the residents. Within the walls of Brookdale,, you have created a home in which people of age can find pleasure,companionship, and, most importantly, a reason to face each new day with hope and a smile. It's also a delight to witness the respect and courtesy with which all those who work at Brooksdale treat each other. Lastly any place that allows dogs entree cannot be bad. How old does my dog have to be to become a resident?
Rooms were very nice but overall it's not for us. Understaffed. No outdoors to speak of (i.e. porch, walking grounds, etc.) And when/if time comes, only 1 medicaid bed available. Because of that, it is not a true "age in place" type of home we are looking for. Staff also gave me the impressions of being rigid. Too many rules for a true assisted living feel. Also, rooms were layed out very odd. Shared rooms had bathroom in one of the bedrooms as opposed to in the common area (No privacy in that!).
The staff was absolutely great to my loved one and I during our tour. They took there time showing us there facility and made sure to answer any questions my loved one and I had for them in detail. I enjoyed there activity program they offered to there residents as well as the great menu they had for there meal times. I have no complaints and would defiantly recommend this place.
So far everything is working out pretty well for my husband here at this community. I know he is being cared for well, he is in good hands here. They have a very nice staff at this community, they have been very friendly. There are activities available for the resident. It is a bit expensive, but it is a very nice place. So far we are satisfied with all they have done for us.
Brookdale Wayne was very nice and bright. The community is very well kept and they offer private rooms.The staff that offered the tour was amazing and her energy was great. The community had an activities schedule that was set up very well.
This is a very nice community and my tour went well. The staff was kind and welcoming. My questions were answered, the staff was informative. From what I saw the community looked great. Unfortunately they do not offer memory care and that is what my mother needed. Overall it was a pleasant tour.
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