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Value for cost
It has been a really good experience so far, and they do a great job keeping everything clean. I love the staff here they are perfect. The meals are good, and all of the waitresses are good. The activities are ramping back up there is a lot to do from different boards games to bus trips.
Courtyard at Mt. Tabor is brand new facility and just had a different vibe and feeling than the other that we looked into. There is a ton of natural light which made it seem more bright and cheery. There is a lot of common areas with big windows and a courtyard that is completely contained. They have garden boxes outside and each resident is able to plant their own stuff, my mom really enjoys it. The director has been absolutely amazing. Overall it has been a very smooth transition and I cannot say enough good things about them.
Definitely the front runner so far. Beautiful grounds, FABULOUS menu--which bodes well as tasty food is my mom's #1 requirement (I know, difficult to meet). We wanted a smaller facility but as we move through the process, we learn that smaller facilities often come with less amenities/flexibility/options. Mt. Tabor is large-ish, very clean, has the most organized staff and procedures that we've seen and seems like a country club the whole family might like to visit. The price includes only one meal a day--they assume independent living folks will make most of their meals, or buy them at the restaurant. [name removed] was very knowledgeable, heard us and in talking it out, we discovered my mom might not need assisted living at all. The emphasis at Mt Tabor is definitely have it your way, let's keep folks living as independently as possible--until they really need help. I'm totally in agreement with that philosophy. This place is in many ways like the Stafford in LO, but without the fancy pomp and snottiness. Folks seem both professional and down to earth. High marks.
The community was Hotel-like and felt very comfortable. The community overall felt good
Be EXCEEDINGLY careful with these guys. They'll promise things are included in the lease only to go back on their word at a later date (and in our case, blame a change in ownership). Bait and switch at its finest. The executive staff, while friendly, fail miserably at onboarding or communicating in an ongoing fashion. It literally becomes another job just to get someone on the staff to call or email you back. If you plan on advocating AT ALL for the well being of your loved ones, you should definitely look elsewhere. Make no mistake: money is the #1 priority of this facility, its most decidedly not the care of its residents. They can and will say anything to get your business though - so BEWARE.
Very enjoyable living. Great food! Activities optional. Nice folks and staff is excellent.
THIS IS A REVIEW OF THE ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE ONLY. It's tricky to figure out what a senior residence is like until you are living there. At this particular one, the Park, the majority of residents seem to have withdrawn into themselves. It would be hard to have a meaningful discussion with someone regarding, for example, current events. For the most part, mealtimes in the dining room are exceedingly depressing: silent and dreary. The activities staff is excellent and tries very hard to get people engaged. Management is a different story: It appears to be almost nonexistent. There is a director who oversees the ENTIRE complex (as well as construction of a new building), and at the Park someone who oversees caregivers and med techs. I can't speak to resident safety, but the caregivers, for the most part, are kind and capable -- although there are not enough of them. Word has it the Courtyard has been purchased by a company that runs student housing, which is interesting
Not a good place. Don’t move here! The food is bad and all they care about is cutting cost to increase their profit. Staff, residents and families I know are very disappointed in this place. Lots of changes lately and none for the betterment of the community- just the corporate pocketbook.
If you like to eat food, real food, don’t come here! My dad is leaving courtyard because of the poor quality meals; meats are reconstituted then over cooked, hard and dry. They try to cover up the bad food with even worse tasting prepackaged and over-salted sauces. The dining room is never properly staffed as they don’t offer fair wages to their workers. Employee moral is low and the turnover is high. Housekeeping is non-existent. I have had to bring my cleaning supplies and do weekly housekeeping for my dad, but they still charge him for the housekeeping service (which he doesn’t receive). I am a daily visitor to courtyard and have become well acquainted with staff, residents and their families. I can honestly say that no one that I have talked to likes it here. The management doesn’t care about anything but making money, as they cut staff, food quality and take away services (parking).
This facility is amazing! It has 3 levels of care and a beautiful campus. The residents seem happy and the staff seem to know all the residents. The staff was friendly and helpful.
This community is working out well for my mother, and her needs. She doing well, and we satisfied with this community. I'am comfortable with her move to this community. She is safe, and in good hands in this facility.
We toured this community for the care that was needed. We did not like the location of the property. The staff seemed to be nice. The community is clean and we noticed that the community was a little older. We did see a menu and the list of activities. We would suggest that families
The community was really nice and set up good. The space in the rooms however were very small. The community did not have flexible meal times. Also I felt that this would not be a good fit for my loved one because they do not offer the kind of care my loved one needed. When your loved one turns into needing assistant care they are moved out of the building. The staff is very helpful though just not the place for us.
I guess we are pretty happy with it. I'm struggling a little with communication with the staff. They will answer my questions if I ask but they aren't as proactive with the communication as I would have thought. Sometimes the laundry is a little confusing, but things are kept pretty clean. I was impressed by how they handled him in the beginning. I liked their assessment process, and the location works well.
When I first met with them, they took the time to sit down and talk with us, ask us questions, and really get to know my mom and her needs before we even started touring. None of the other places we investigated did that. Because they did that they were able to make specific recommendations to really help us out. They were great and it has been a very positive experience. Highly recommend We can't really own anything, we are always renting from the government!
Their food is great, they do a wonderful job at that. I really appreciate their hands on personal approach to residents. They're really accommodating. The interest of the sales staff doesn't end when you sign the dotted line; they know the residents by name, and they continue to interact with them. "Hello, how are you doing", and when I walk in, they know me by name. I think for what they provide they are very reasonable. Care services isn't applicable, because it's independent living. They provide everything from outings to card games; the calender is full. They have a movie theater and show movies several times a week. The location is very convenient for us; it works out fabulously for us. I'm very pleased, and happy to have been referred to them.
It's amazing, a five star joint. It's basically independent living, it's gorgeous. They do have assisted living, but it didn't offer the level of care we eventually needed. it's gorgeous, they have a movie theater, and a restaurant where you can order off the menu. There are a lot of residents, and that can be overwhelming at first, but there are plenty of social opportunities. They have champagne bingo, and the staff is outstanding. I would live there!
Our friend lived here for a while. They did very well, we never had any complaints about anything. The staff was good, and it was a nice and clean place. It is an independent community and it worked great while she was independent. When she needed care we had to move.
I think it's great, I have a wonderful room. I think the staff is really wonderful. The food could be improved, I think it's the recipes. They are very good about being available for questions or concerns. For a while they weren't taking very many trips, but now that is picking up. I would like to see them do a swimming trip. I liked the spaciousness, the grounds are very nice as well.
It’s fantastic. Every facet of it is wonderful! Visitor parking on holidays can be a little tight. Food is excellent. I’ve eaten there about a dozen times. There hasn’t been any issues with the laundry service at all. This is a really good community.
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