Gentlemen's Inn I in Tucson, Arizona is one of senior living communities in the area. To find the right community for your needs and budget, connect with one of A Place For Mom’s local senior living advisors for free, expert advice.
1bd, Private, Semi-Private
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1bd, Private, Semi-Private
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Private, Semi-Private, 1bd
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This is a family ran home that houses men in need of assistance. The bedrooms are very small, only 2 baths in the entire home and family of the man staying there will either be required to transport to doctors' appointments or they will be attended less than 50%. The family travels out of state for long periods of time throughout the year and other relatives are brought in to sit with the 3 men living there. This is not walker or wheelchair friendly and 2 dogs on the premises. Visitation with your loved on is never private and information or feedback of them is given scarcely.
It's run by a relatively younger family in a smaller home and it just was not appropriate for my step dad. There was room for four beds. Two in a small bedroom and two in what looked like a closed off garage space so there would have been no privacy. The gentlemen that are there did not need the use of a walker. The home would not have been appropriate for someone with a walker and certainly not a wheelchair. From what the caretaker said some of the gentlemen that were there had been there for years so obviously they're happy with their situation. I know she takes them out to ball games and things. There are three young children running around the house. I think they range from about 5 to 12 years old. They're well mannered. It just was not the right choice for my step dad.
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