1803 Parkview Dr., Twin Falls, ID 83301
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I love Grace! My mom loves Grace... When I first walked into their Memory Care I felt like I could breathe for the first time in years knowing my mom could be so happy there. Open and bright and clean... and then there's the staff... they show my mom so much love! They are so attentive and kind. She is happy and loved! And the Administer [name removed] is very open and caring... makes it easy to talk to her about anything and everything. That means the world to me! I can peace of mind during this part of her life... Thank you Grace!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mother in law still drives so it was important to find a community that was in the right location without a lot of traffic and not a lot of traffic signals. Every time we go visit her she is smiling and is happy. She really likes being here. She tends to stay in her room but will keep the door open. She does go to the dining hall and she enjoys the food there is a good variety they offer. Due to a number of residents, the serving time is a little slow due to only having one sitting. There is a lot to do there but she chooses not to and the staff understands and doesn't pressure her.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
When we went to tour the Grace at Twin Falls, there was no one there to take us on the tour. They had a table set up for is to have lunch but that's about it. We walked around for a little bit and left. It was not what we were looking for!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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