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A lot of our time there was still during lockdown limitations. My loved one had a room to himself, which was a plus. That allowed us to go in the room with him to visit. The staff were very nice people, but they needed more staff, just like every place else right now. They do not offer skilled nursing, which we knew at the time, but we were reaching that point before my loved one passed. There was not a lot of communication regarding his decline in health. We had to show up and see it for ourselves. They did reach out if there was an emergency. If he fell, they would call me and tell me he was on his way to the ER. But they never told me he wasn't eating, things like that. And then they weren't feeding him either, since that was another level of care. I would have liked for them to communicate and convey that information to us. I also would have liked to see them try to encourage him to participate in the activities. We tried when we were there. Hindsight is 20/20, but I would probably use them again if I had to. I would just be a little more proactive, knowing what I know now.
Jenni-Lynn has a very homey and cozy feeling to it which really stood out to us. We would recommend this community to others.
It's nice and small, so you get to see a lot of the residents. The other residents are happy there and have good things to say about the facility. The director is phenomenal. I go there almost daily, and every time I go she puts on whatever hat is needed for the task at hand, whether it's fixing my dad's recliner or remote, or anything at all. I also have to give credit to the the head nurse. They communicatee so well with me, and I have 100% ease with my dad being there. It was a hard decision for me. But the day-to-day care has been very good. The staff are friendly and very involved with the residents. They've called me a couple of times when needed. I'm very pleased with them. I like seeing their interactions, and they all started calling my dad by his name within a short period of time. It's an older place and needs some updating. The outside is beautiful, but inside the wallpaper is dated and the dining room furniture is dated. The director was starting to talk about renovations, but then that got shut down due to Covid. Everything is kept clean, but some things are just a little older. Overall, it's been great, and I've been very pleased with the value.
The grounds of the community are very pretty, and the staff members are very friendly. We have not seen the meals they serve the residents because of the covid restrictions but our loved one does sometime complain about the food, and we are also unsure if they are offering any activities at the time, our loved one has not mentioned anything.
I would say to find another community for your loved one. We ended up moving our loved one out of the community. There was personal property stolen from our loved one. The staff didn't inform me of a change in medical condition. The communication between the community and families wasn't what it should have of been. My loved one's hair was cut by another resident in the community.
My mother in law has been here for n 9 months and we have witnessed consistently exceptional care. The director, staff, and support personnel are responsive and ready to meet any special needs we may have. The food is prepared at the facility and Always good and often - very good - in particular holiday meals are excellent. My Sincere thanks to the staff for providing such a nice Living environment.
We went on a waiting list we where two days late but it did not phase our marketing director Becky Wise knows we are looking for a 2 bedroom, one was not available at this time. Very very friendly place Thank you
I waited 25min before I was toured. The place has a strong odor. I was greeted later by Ms. Wise. The place is more than an assisted living. As I was waiting one resident kept getting out of the building. This was not a safe feeling for me. The atmosphere was not warm and inviting. I want my mother to feel safe and secure. Touring the facility seems like the facility is more like a nursing home. One resident was walking around soaking wet the time I was there. Before I left I wanted to know the name of the Lady sitting in the office. I was told it was the Administrator. The Administrator actually let me wait 25 min on someone else to tour me. I was not happy with this place. I went to Lexington Gardens and felt that warm feeling. I was introduced to staff and they all were smiling and friendly. The Administrator gave me a tour and the entire staff was helping residents. This is what I needed to see and made my decision easier.
My mom has lived here for a while. It was nice when we first placed her there several years ago, but now it is terrible. All the employees are new. Not sure what is going on, since there is no one who will explain why everyone my mother was used to and liked, is now gone. It used to have a warm, cozy feeling now it seems cold and uncaring. Staff used to be kind and friendly, now they don't even speak to you when you enter the building. My mom looks disheveled and the staff makes excuses that she didn't want to bathe, wasn't in her room when they came by to help her, etc. Mom complains there is nothing to do, no activities. Room is not very clean and mom complains chairs in common areas are often wet from urine. No exercise equipment, so if your loved one is capable of moving around and wants to exercise, no way to really do it, short of roaming the halls. Food is pretty good.
I have visited my ex husband there and I have found it wanting. My son and his wife have too. My have complained that they go over there an he has not been showered, his nails are too long, hair is not done, and he has not been shaved. I was there a couple of weeks ago and I was not pleased. The director of the place as just left this past week so I don't know how things are going to go from here. They say they ask him and he won't shower. If you're paying for that care, then you shower him. He needs to have better than they are giving him as far as I'm concerned. One of the reasons that Jenni-Lynn was chosen was because of the price.
Visited Jenni-Lynn July 12. The residents were eating. Was not able to meet with Ms Beverly , although I was given a tour. One-floor, nice layout and the staff members were very cordial.
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