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Generations at Ahwatukee

15815 S 50th St, Phoenix, AZ 85048

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anonymous - Toured community
5.0

Super nice place and Alfred was just incredible giving the tour. It really came down to cost vs what you’re getting and I felt we could get the same level of care at just as nice of a facility elsewhere... Read more

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About the community Generations at Ahwatukee

Enjoy the luxurious, modern architecture and quirky interiors of LivGenerations at Ahwatukee — a grand, resort-style community offering exceptional, person-centered independent living, assisted living, and memory care services. Located in the suburban village of Ahwatukee foothills, LivGenerations provides high-quality services in an even higher quality environment. Take a dip in our saltwater pool, sip a glass of wine in our wine cellar on-site, or simply enjoy a view of the city’s skyline from your own private balcony. With so many state-of-the-art amenities on site, you’ll never run out of things to do.

Health needs vary from resident to resident, and everyone deserves a care plan that best benefits them. At LivGenerations at Ahwatukee, our certified caregivers get to know you as an individual and then evaluate what services fulfill your needs. We provide person-centered care at all stages. Whether you reside in independent living or memory care — we’ll create a stress-free environment where you can truly flourish.

Community Amenities and Services

Say goodbye to daily household chores. Our regular housekeeping, laundry, and maintenance services will keep your living space in peak condition, so you can take advantage of our numerous amenities and activities. Get your blood flowing in our top-of-the-line fitness center,...

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Senior Living Options Offered

Assisted Living
Assisted Living
Assisted living facilities offer housing and care for active seniors who may need support with activities of daily living, like bathing, dressing, and medication management.
Memory Care
Memory Care
Memory care facilities provide housing, care, and therapies for seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in an environment designed to reduce confusion and prevent wandering.
Independent Living
Independent Living
Independent living facilities offer convenient, hassle-free living in a social environment for seniors who are active, healthy, and able to live on their own.

Pricing for Generations at Ahwatukee

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Amenities at Generations at Ahwatukee

Health Care Services

Diabetic care
Incontinence care
Ambulatory care
Memory care
Medication management

Staffing & ancillary services

Hospice Available On-Site
Nurse
Podiatrist
Dentist

Meals & Dining

Meals Provided
Guest Meals
Professional Chef
Restaurant Style Dining

Room Amenities

Wheelchair Accessible Showers
Respite or Short Term Stays Offered
Wi-Fi/high-speed internet
Full kitchen
Kitchenette
Ground Floor Units

Community Amenities

Memory care services

Secured Community
Designed Specifically to Accommodate Memory Loss
Memory Care Only Community
Enclosed Courtyard

Transporation & parking

Resident Parking Available
Complimentary Transportation
Transportation at Cost
Property Convenient to Public Transit

Common areas

Outdoor Common Areas
Indoor Common Areas
Barber Shop
Beauty Salon

Services

Beautician
Housekeeping
Laundry Service / Drycleaning

Recreational areas

Swimming Pool
Arts and Crafts Center
Ballroom
Billiards Lounge

Pets

Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed

Primary language spoken by staff

English

On-site dining options

Bar or Pub
Café or Bistro

Activities

Devotional Activities On-Site
Devotional Activities Offsite
Visiting Chaplain or Priest
Art Classes

Reviews for Generations at Ahwatukee

2.6

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3.3

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2.6

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3.0

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4.0

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3.2

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2.0
June 16, 2021
Mike - Toured community
Our Tour Experience

Our tour was disappointing. They had a much more salesy approach. They didn’t really listen to what we wanted other than to say, "Yeah we do that." I wanted them to explain it and describe what they do. I think the community is more of a 4 to 4.5, but the salespeople were off-putting. And I based on their demeanor, I didn't feel the need to meet anybody else there.


3.0
April 26, 2021
Bennie - Child of resident/client
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Decent Community

I would recommend you go find another community that isn't as expensive for what you get here. The activities and things to do isn't as special as any other place. They just started to bring back activities due to the pandemic restrictions being lifted. The communication with the staff is okay. It seems the regulations with the pandemic is hard to get into see my loved one.


5.0
November 11, 2020
anonymous - Toured community

Super nice place and Alfred was just incredible giving the tour. It really came down to cost vs what you’re getting and I felt we could get the same level of care at just as nice of a facility elsewhere


1.0
October 16, 2020
anonymous - Resident/client
Poor management

Communication with management is non existent. Overall management is totally lacking!


4.5
May 26, 2020
Tim - Loved one of resident/client
Fantastic facility

Every facility has issues but when it's important the staff does an excellent job. During the covid19 pandemic the staff quickly implemented safeguards to protect the Seniors. I know this for a fact because my Parents live there. Thanks Generations !


1.5
August 26, 2019
debra driscoll - Resident/client
Don't come here.

I lived there for about 5 months last year. Pure hell. They couldnt get my medications right , night after night. They fought me all the time. Around Christmas I had no heat for 3 days. Did they care???? Nope. I had two pairs of pajamas that I had to wear in order to sleep. They couldn't care less. I would not recommend LivGenerations at Ahwatukee to anyone.


2.0
August 10, 2019
debra driscoll - Resident/client
Bad experience

I was living there and it was horrible. They couldnt get my meds straight. every night was a fight. And get this, i had no heat for 3 days and one of the days was Christmas. I cant tell you how many times I had asked them to repair it. I believe they just ignored it. And all this for approximately 6300 The food was absolutely delicious> Kudos to the chefs. I had a big problem with my medications. I need them at 8 pm and waited for the person working the pharmacy to deliver them after 9:30. And all for $6300 a month! I told them that the doctor specifically said i should take them 8 am and 8PM. So I asked her should i listen to my doctor or you. I have a rare form of dementia and just because they can't see my disease,


4.0
July 8, 2019
anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Two years and happy

My mom has lived here for the last two years, almost since they opened. It's not perfect, but the issues are mostly minor and administrative. The facility is beautiful, the apartments are very nice, the food is very good (I've had a few dozen meals and nothing was ever bad, much was excellent.) The amenities are great, and the events schedule is packed. The service at meals is a little slow (but most people aren't in a hurry). The staff turns over quite a bit, and the best ones get moved to the next Generations that opens, which is unfortunate but understandable. They don't do a great job or orienting the newcomers, I've found, so their peers end up do that job. Seniors don't always like to ask, so over-communicating up front would be better. Overall they do a nice job and it's a shame that only complainers have filed reviews. The place is nearly filled and most residents like the community. I do not know about the assisted/memory care facilities; my mom is active and (so far) I help out when she needs it. She chose Generations because when she does need assisted care, later on, she won't have to change apartments.


1.0
June 2, 2019
anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Don't be fooled

DON’T BE FOOLED by the luxurious façade of the facility, or advertised amenities of LivGenerations in Ahwatukee. If you are looking for a place for a loved one with Memory issues, STAY AS FAR AWAY FROM THIS PLACE AS POSSIBLE. The Memory Care Unit is a “U” shaped facility with a Garden Patio in the middle, and consists of approximately 25 rooms on the 1st floor. For just under six months, our Mother lived in the Memory Care Unit, which is separated from, and in a different building than the Assisted Living facility. Sadly, the Memory Care Unit is plain and simply understaffed. At times, there are as few as two Caregivers for the entire Memory Care Unit. The Caregivers are usually nice and friendly, but most are under or poorly trained. They can often be found watching Television, sitting together in groups talking amongst themselves, Texting on their phones, and/or taking long breaks, which further reduces the available staff on the floor. We have waited for over a half hour for a Caregiver to return from being “on Break” to request pain medication. One of the better trained Caregivers even verbalized her own frustration to us regarding the incompetence of her fellow Caregivers. On at least two different occasions, I had to run to find the Caregivers to help residents that had either fallen and were crying out for help, or were calling out for help from their room to passersby for assistance, as the few Caregivers that were on duty, were on the opposite side of the Memory Care Unit, unaware that a resident needed help. We were told that the Caregivers are supposed to physically check on each resident at least once every two hours, and that often did not happen. The Emergency Pendant (Necklace) Call Button that each resident is given and supposed to wear is a total joke. Many of the Caregivers themselves told us that only about half of the system’s receivers work (this is the Hand-held unit that the Caregivers are supposed to carry while on duty that alerts them when a resident presses their emergency pendant call button). On numerous occasions, we waited well over an hour for a response to an Emergency Call (made on the Necklace) only to find out that the emergency calls never went through, and/or in some cases, the Caregivers weren’t even carrying their Receivers while on duty. LivGenerations in Ahwatukee does not employ a Nursing Staff to tend to the medical needs of the residents, and the distribution of all Medications to Memory Care Residents, Prescription or Over-the-Counter, are left up to non-medical Caregivers called “Med-Techs” with no real Medical oversight other than the original Doctor’s Orders. Some medications that were supposed to be administered twice a day, were administered once a day, or sometimes not at all. We constantly had to perform simple routine tasks such as filling water cups/pitchers, re-stocking the toilet paper in the bathroom etc. We often had to change my Mother’s Bed Sheets, or they wouldn’t get changed for weeks. For the first 3-4 weeks or so, we had to take all her dirty laundry home and do it ourselves or she would have run out of clean clothes. The amenities advertised by the LivGenerations Ahwatukee are rarely enjoyed by the Memory Care Residents, as they must be escorted over to the Assisted Living Building and back for most of the amenities or activities, and there is usually not enough available staff to provide this service. The monthly rental fees at LivGenerations are exuberant (approx. $250 per Day or $7500 per month for 1 person), and are certainly not reflected in the quality of care, nor in the professionalism of the staff. For the amount of money paid each month, one would expect 5-star service, but that is far from the service we experienced. It is sad that the bulk of the rental fees paid by the Memory Care Residents seem to go towards Profits, Facility ascetics, and/or amenities offered on the Assisted Living side of the establishment, as they are clearly not re-invested in the Memory Care Unit or its Residents. Almost all our concerns or complaints were answered with “Let me check on that and get back with you”, and ultimately went unanswered. We decided for her own health and safety, that our Mother deserved better care and moved out. We are only too happy to be out of and done with LivGenerations in Ahwatukee.


1.5
November 10, 2018
anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Don’t Go There

Our mother lived at Generations for just under six months and was paying for assisted living services. During the time she was there, she spent hours alone in her room staring at the ceiling because staff did not follow up and help encourage her to attend activities. She often missed meals because her memory is poor and she would lose track of time; staff were supposed to encourage and escort her to meals but did not do so consistently. When she had personal care issues and was not eating adequately, the dining staff informed us, not the care team. It took months for us to “train” the staff to clean feces from her toilet and surrounding area as she could not see that it was there, to fill her water glass and cold water pitcher, empty her trash of nasty, smelly items, and do other small but important common sense tasks. The Activities Director did not return our 6 or 7 phone calls in the beginning so we could discuss how to engage her in activities and we only met this person because we caught her in the lobby talking with someone else. When we ran into the activities staff, with whom we finally met at length, they did not offer so much as a smile or a “hello”. Very unfriendly. On one occasion when our mother missed the dining room hours and was allowed to order a meal from the “Tuk”, she was charged a $10 surcharge. After 4 or 5 months, an aide who worked with her consistently did not know that she had dementia, so there is no person-centered training or awareness given the staff. Whenever staff would come to her apartment, they would come in pairs of two for every simple task, such as giving medication. This seems like a monumental waste of time and resources. There were numerous medication errors and problems with ordering medications and obtaining correct doctor’s orders while she was there as well. The only positive thing about Generations is that the care staff and the dining room staff are very friendly. Unfortunately, this was not enough, nor were the lovely surroundings. We helped our mother move out recently and now we are on the road to getting the services she needs.


5.0
October 5, 2018
anonymous - Toured community

On our visit with mom list. Director and chef very helpful. Have Parkinson's support group


2.0
May 22, 2018
Mike - Loved one of resident/client
Mixed Feelings

My Mom and Dad moved into Generations at Ahwatukee shortly after they opened in September of 2017. The facility is attractive and the apartments are attractive too. But even during the move in process it was clear that staff were confused and poorly trained. No one properly oriented my elderly parents and weeks after moving in they still did not feel that they knew who to go to for questions. My questions often went unanswered or I got conflicting information. My Dad passed away shortly after moving in and my Mom needed care. The care was inconsistent and medical management services were often alarming or inconsistent (med safe in the room left open) or pills not given or reordered on time. The promised housekeeping was minimal and my Mom was often distressed about the state of the apartment. My Mom passed away in her apartment and we were distressed to find that we could not locate the DNR. Subsequently the paramedics were called and it was hard to watch them put my Mom through the resuscitation procedures. We had at least one meal a week with my Mom and often more. We found the food mediocre and sometimes poor. The billing, financial record keeping and clarity about move out fees was confusing and inconsistent. It is a nice building and apartment but I could not recommend it to a loved one again.


1.5
January 26, 2018
debra driscoll - Resident/client
My experience

This is what happened to me living there for 3 months. On my second day they wanted to do my laundry and I agreed. My laundry load was whites and when I got my laundry it was all purple. Apparently, the person who did my laundry was not schooled in washer/dryer stuff. Yet this person was a caregiver.. I need to mention that I have a rare brain disease and I have to be stringent with my medications. I get them at 8 am and 8pm. I have rarely gotten them on time. Even thought it is well known to the "med techs" that this is crucial for my health. My doctors fax things to them and they insist they didn't get it (bs) Med techs should know something about meds. I went without heat for 4 days. They are inept. I cant tell you how horrible that was. 5 people came in to look at the thermostat. They don't tell me anything. They just don't care. It should not have taken 5 days to fix it. I had to threaten to move out if the heat wasn't on by that day. We have lights in the bathroom that are motion sensors. Almost everytime I took a shower, I did it in the DARK. I know other people here have had the same problem. I call maintenance and the guy comes up and in broken English he says something like "you need another switch." That was the last I saw of the guy. I am currently still taking showers in the dark. After not having one med for 2 weeks or more, my doctor faxed an order. No one checks the faxes. Yesterday after 3 -4 weeks I finally got it. That med helps me bring down my blood pressure. I have had 4 mini strokes. Living here has raised my blood pressure. They cause my blood pressure to go up. I thought I would be safer here than at my home. Not so. I feel worse physically living here. They think I am exaggerating about my illness. They NEVER get my meds on time. Another thing, they have brought meds here that were missing some. I have to check the pill container myself everyday. I feel I am taking care of them!!! Why would they deliberately not do what they are paid to do?? They have failed me miserably. Now I have to rent a home just to feel safe. I have to pay for a nurse because I need care and no one cares here. One good thing is the food. It is so delicious! Kudos to the chefs. Other people tell me they take a shower in the dark also. I am sorry but the first month was $6200.00 and I have to say for that money these things need improvement. THEY REALLY COULDNT CARE LESS.


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