350 Locust Drive, Vallejo, CA 94591
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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I liked the community a lot. The staff were very friendly. Our exposure to this community was limited due to the pandemic. I would say to people this community is great for their loved ones who are more on the independent side.
Vallejo Hills it is a nice place for your loved one to stay. The community is tranquil, The nursing staff has been great to deal with. The food has been good, and the room is excellent for my loved one.
They have have some good staff and longevity of staff, which is a good sign. The food is very good, they had an open salad bar and many options. We chose this community for its location and close to our family, it was nice looking place. Only draw back for my mother is that the community is on a hill and she enjoys taking walks.
Employees are always good about watching out for mess and tending to it quickly. Staff is always helpful and respectful. They always air on the formal side, which is not necessary but appreciated! The community is expensive, however that price is reflected in the great staff and well-kept community. Activities have been great, however with the ongoing pandemic, many of the activities have been put on hold.
My mom likes the art and exercise classes. My mom used to be able to walk outside in her other community but the area around the building is rather hilly and it is harder for her to walk with her walker in the area around the building. The doors in the garden area are heavy and hard for my mom to open so she has not been able to access that area on her own . The chef is good and has been there for 20 years. They have a good salad bar. The chef will customize meals upon request.
Lovely facility. Staff very nice. Price out of our budget range.
We visited cornerstone and found it to be very nice. I am continuing to look for a second bathroom so I will continue looking.
This is a safe, clean and friendly place. They are providing fairly good care. Her room is close to the dining area. They will clean 1x a week and they do her bedding 2x a week. They are dispensing her medication for her. They are doing a 5 point check up when someone will go check on her. My mom is refusing to engage she will only eat in her room. I wished the staff would try harder to get her engaged or at least have a plan on how to get her to join the others or just to get out and eat in the dining room. I would recommend this community to an active senior.
I’m really glad my Father was able to pick this facility as a place to live. When he and I first toured this place, they actually had a car show going on. The cars were from the 60s, or even older than that, and there was popcorn, BBQ, and hotdogs. They also have a bunch of other activities like trips to certain places, poker, card games, and they even play Wii bowling. The community is actually being renovated at this time. The only thing I am disappointed in is that they have yet to paint the baseboards and replace the rug in the main area. I’m so glad my dad is happy here and I would recommend this facility.
The community worked out fine and we are happy with choice. The advisor from A Place For Mom was so helpful and I thank him for his help.
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