2925 Zoo Pkwy, Asheboro, NC 27205
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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They've very accommodating. They listen to any complaints and see to them. My loved one has been very happy here. She gets a lot of attention - I tell her she's being treated like a queen. And we appreciate that very much. With Covid, they've been pretty much confined to their rooms, but as thing ease up, they're doing more things. For instance, they just had an Easter parade, where they put on their Easter bonnets and paraded down the hall. We feel the value is good, and in fact they just called me to notify me that the charge for care has gone down, so we'll be seeing a reduction in our bill.
[name removed] in the kitchen is always rude and disrespectful I’m really looking into relocating to a different assistant livening home unless things change.
Toured today with [Removed]. Very clean, no odors, spacious rooms, bright and welcoming, lovely outdoor areas. Staff seemed nice. Residents looked happy.
This community has been a better match than we could have imagined. The staff have been supportive in helping my loved one make the transition. They are attentive and super nice. She likes the food and loves the coffee. They do not offer a weight room or exercise room. They do offer some activities such as arts and crafts. I would recommend this community,
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