3812 Booker Avenue, Durham, NC 27713
Eden Spring Living Center is a senior care home that's located in Durham, Wake, and Orange counties, Durham, NC. Attentive staff at the residence assist seniors in a group home setting. The city is renowned for being home to Duke University and North Carolina Central University. Previous citizens have been part of the civil rights movement helping as members of The Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People created in 1935. The city's landscape is mostly flat with some rolling hills present throughout the modern city. The climatic conditions created from being in the humid subtropical zone creates 4 distinct seasons. Cultural, musical, recreational, and educational attractions are widely enjoyed by residents and visitors to Durham.
Helpful and informative staff members will guide curious residents and their special visitors to the local attractions, services, special features, and events that are accessible to the community. Dedicated and committed staff are attentive to the resident's needs twenty-four hours per day, every day. Specialty service providers visit often. Special amenities provided include but aren't limited to:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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.
My dad has a good relationship with the cook at this care home and they make sure he has food that he likes to eat. The caregivers are nice, friendly and dad gets a lot of attention. They keep the residents active by going to the park to walk and to have picnics. They keep the home clean. This is not a fancy home it is simple and a good value. This care home is close to me and I would recommend it.
I interviewed with the administrator and he was very nice. He showed me around the whole place. We looked at the common areas, he showed me several rooms and we stopped by to chat with a few of the residents. I felt that it was too big and it wasn't up to speed. The building needed a good scrub down and some paint. I feel they would make a better impression if they did that. The people here have a good heart and I think they are doing the best with what they have.
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