14080 Central Loop, Woodbridge, VA 22193
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HarborChase is NOT a retirement community. IT IS A FIVE-STAR LUXURY RESORT HOTEL THAT OFFERS ASSISTED LIVING AND MEMORY CARE. OMG! Words can't describe our experience. We stopped in off the street just to look the place over and make an appointment since we were passing by and [name removed] (the Director of Marketing and Sales) approached us and said why bother with an appointment, "let's tour right now if you have the time" (It was already four in the afternoon). My wife and I fell in love with the facility and [name removed] almost immediately, he was very knowledgeable and shared with us that his mother developed dementia in her later years and based on our shared experience, he really put us at ease and was able to share things with us that we didn't know (why doesn't anyone else tell us these things). He described Dementia as a "journey" for those afflicted AND their loved ones as well, and they concentrate a great deal on not only navigating the resident through the journey but navigating the family through the journey as well. They don't just have Memory Care but something they called "Memory Care Light." It's essentially Assisted Living that is geared toward people suffering from the early to moderate stages of Dementia. The resident (as long as they don't present a danger to themselves or is a wander risk) is free to come and go and in every way is treated as if they were in regular Assisted Living but they are given special consideration, activities and treatment to help them specifically deal with the onset of their dementia. One thing you will notice when you start touring communities is that some are a little too aggressive when it comes to steering residents to Memory Care. Obviously, NOT the case here. [Name removed] was also very honest with us and I appreciated it immensely. For instance, he told us that Dad (based on treatment, activities, sensory engagement etc - they even offer Speech therapy (SP) in addition to PT and OT) may initially get better but Dementia eventually takes us all, the condition always worsens and things will happen in the coming years that we did not even anticipate or imagine and that HarborChase will insure that we know what is coming... Again, he said it would be upsetting at times over the years but it's best to know beforehand. I could go on but I'll just add: FRILLS, FRILLS FRILLS... AMENITIES... AMENITIES... AMENITIES... it seems they had everything under the sun imaginable. I was ready to move in myself. It is pricey, 6K to move in and 6.5-8K a month in rent (admittedly, many places in the Metro Washington D.C. area are even pricier) but well worth it and a great deal for everything you get... more than we wanted to spend but are inclined to take the plunge anyway! Wish there was a six-star rating on this board.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
All my ratings are based prior to the pandemic. The professional staff was good. The direct support staff wasn't very friendly and didn't seem to care that much. I believe they could be a little more engaging with the residents.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
In the year that this place has been opened - there exist lack of consistent communication (Fire drills), food presentation is unappealing and often untasty- not farm to table concept as marketed, much of the nursing staff members are hard to understand the turn over rate is appalling high, activities were scheduled outdoor and in 90+ degree and no cared to cancel event - so resident went out and waited. outdoor groups come in to hold singing events - in the lobby area, where the reception desk is and one can't hear others (doesn't HC have other rooms for such events), Director is more focused on looks/appearance that does not care of residents well being or being truthful to them
Response from HarborChase of Prince William Commons (NOW OPEN)September 19, 2019
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts on our community. As a new community in our first year, we are working hard to create the best senior living community in town. We strive to alleviate any worries or concerns our residents and family members may have as quickly and comprehensively as possible. We certainly appreciate your feedback as it helps us to focus and adjust as we need to. We’d love the opportunity to speak to you further about your thoughts and your experience. Please give us a call at [removed] to set up a meeting.
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