2802 Corte Dios, Las Cruces, NM 88001
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We chose this facility because we got a good first impression on our tour, it was also very clean. The location was important to us as well so that way we could visit often. Their approach was a little different than others we looked into and it seemed like a good idea at the time. They have 4 separate buildings ;laid out identically that were based off of the level of care that the resident needed. Her level of functioning was higher than most of the others in her building but she was limited. I do think she would have benefited from different day to day socialization, but the staff was good about treating everyone the same. They were very good about activities here and overall I would recommend to others looking.
We chose Haciendas at Grace Village because they specialized in Alzheimer's care, they were smaller units (12 people per unit), and they have different levels of care within the units. Since they all looked the same, he did not have to get acclimated with a totally new place. Each room was very nice and had their own bathroom. I would recommend.
Dad's care was exemplary. Having seen my dad lose all of his skills that made him my dad, and watching him finally enjoy interaction and engaging with other residents brought him joy and laughter. I couldn't provide him the care he needed, he was sad and struggling and it was so heartbreaking for our family to watch and then to be able to see him have a little dignity and enjoy life again is what this community has provided us.
My husband was only at this place for a short period of time but while he was there we where very pleased with how things had went for him. The staff where wonderful and provided him with excellent quality of care. They made sure he was comfortable and took his medication everyday. I would highly recommend this place to anyone interested.
We cannot say enough good things about the Haciendas assisted living facility. Our dad was only able to stay for a month, due to ill health. While he was in the assisted living facility, every person there, including the nurses, aides and administrators, was kind, helpful, encouraging and caring. The cooks prepare very nice, nutritious meals and accommodate any dietary needs and preferences. The staff also threw a birthday party for my dad's friends and family to attend, complete with decorations and his favorite dessert! As our dad approached the end of his life, the staff helped us to arrange hospice care. Hospice nurses added to the continuing great care that Dad received until his end. The facility is very nicely appointed, with 12 private rooms, a comfortable dining space, with tables for 4, a pleasant living space/public space, a television, and a lovely patio. Every visitor my dad received also complimented the accommodations. All of the residents that we met seemed very comfortable and well-cared for. We highly recommend the assisted living facility at Haciendas at Grace Village. They made our entire family feel at home and as comfortable as we could in the circumstances.
The staff has been great communicating with the family. It is a very clean and up-kept community. They do offer activities it would be nice if they could consider doing activities our loved ones also enjoyed. The food is okay. My mom is very safe we are happy knowing that she is very well taken care of.
Haciendas at Grace Village is a good facility. My loved one has been there on respite care. I like the staff. I have interacted with staff several times and they are friendly and helpful. It's a good facility.
They seem genuinely concerned with each resident that is staying there in the facility. The staff does extremely well at trying to adapt to handle the special needs of all the individual residents living there.
They've done pretty well, they feed him well and take care of him and interact with him which is important. What would be nice if there were more hobby activities that are there that they can do. There is just not a lot to do.
Overall the place was clean. The food was not great but I think that was more of a budget problem. Lots of carbs and desserts and not much fresh fruit and vegetables. I didn't like the lack of call buttons. Most of the time there is only one caregiver on staff and residents can go for quite a while without getting their needs attended. There were times when I had to go find someone to help my mother. Maria and Yessica were true angels and treated my mom with respect and thorough care. They are the only reason I would recommend this facility.
They have been fantastic, it is a wonderful organization. The caregivers are so conscientious and caring. She is so happy there. It beautiful, and the nurses are great. I can't say enough good things about them.
Aubrey and Hacienda at Grace Village was wonderful. They are going to be the first place we go if my loved one improves enough to go. They made us all feel like family. Everyone and I mean everyone, the CNA's the nurses the office staff, I mean everyone was wonderful there. They could not be any better.
Haciendas at Grace village saved my life. My husband's dementia quickly deteriorated within 6 months. Despite attending seminars, finding caregivers and reorganizing my life, I was not prepared to handle him in his worsened condition. I visited 6 facilities in the span of a week. As soon as I observed the staff, residents and facilities, I knew I had found a new home for my husband. I continue to be impressed with the care he receives. The staff cares about for each resident, treating each one as an individual. The facility is modern, spotless and safe. Each resident has his/her own room and bathroom, which is what dementia sufferers need. Even the food is great! While Haciendas may be a bit more expensive than other facilities, it is well worth it. My husband gets fabulous care. And I have peace of mind.
They are a nice facility. It's kept very clean, and the staff is very friendly. I am not sure about the activities, we don't utilize them, so we can't really rate them. The food could be improved, it's maybe a three, the nutritional value is lacking, I think. One concern I have, is that they don't have call bells in the rooms, I don't think there is even one in the bathroom. It's a small facility, and they check the residents often.
We thought they were wonderful. They were excellent with keeping the place clean. The meals were good, they seemed to really care about the patients. They would have entertainment every week and they are very loving and caring.
I really like the place! I didn’t stay there. They had puzzles out, television. My loved one likes to read the paper and someone was kind enough to go and get a paper every day. Talk to the staff a lot before choosing. I was very impressed with the staff.
Haciendas at Grace Village is a life saver for me. Although it is a two hour drive for me each way, I was thrilled to find such a caring and competent place for my husband. Local facilities were very disappointing or did not take people with dementia/Alzheimers. The staff is wonderful; I feel like part of the family whenever I visit or talk to them on the phone. The facilities are top notch. It is a relief for me to know that my husband is safe, well-cared for and content.
My grandfather lived here for the last ten months of his life. Not only was their care of his physical needs (assistance with showers, medications, etc.) great, but how the staff cared for him and loved him is what really touched our family. After moving in, he went from having been isolated and alone at his last community, to always being in contact with others, sitting in the front, visiting, interacting easily. When we left after visits and he became sad, we would see him waving to us from the porch with tears in his eyes, and then his caregiver came out, hugged him, and smiling and talking to him took him back inside. The design is very thoughtful, feels like a big house and not a people warehouse. The cooks were always mindful of my granddad's picky nature about food, and knew him well enough that they served him something he loved without him having to return food he didn't like and ask for something else. The management is fantastic, it is clear that the caregivers follow the lead of their managers, Michelle & Lisa, when it comes to caring about and loving their residents. I can't say enough.
Very nice; new & only 12 per house. Did not like outside. Artificial grass with gravel; no shrubs in gravel; very stark. On high end; $ 5K
Haciendas at Grace Village is new. Its a very nice, bright, open and very friendly environment. The location was a bit out of the way for us, wanted something a little closer to where we lived. Staff was very helpful and answered all our questions. I would recommend the residence to others.
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