9420 North NC Highway 150, Clemmons, NC 27012
Mallard Ridge Assisted Living offers assisted living and memory care services within a classy senior living community in Clemmons, North Carolina. Located in northern Davidson County, near Winston-Salem and Lexington, our scenic surroundings make for a beautiful and peaceful environment, while our convenient services and amenities provide for your serenity and safety. Well-designed common area interiors are thoughtfully decorated to appeal to a classic sense of home, with warm fireplaces and detailed craftsmanship. Our welcoming community is licensed for 100 residents ages 65 and older. To learn more about all the lovely amenities we have to offer, contact an A Place for Mom advisor today!
Caring and professional staff is available around the clock at the touch of a button to attend to any immediate needs or concerns. We coordinate with each resident, their loved ones, and their physicians to create a care plan centered around individual wellness goals. Our services address a wide variety of needs including medication administration, mobility assistance, and assistance with activities of daily living, among other services.
Our progressive Horizons memory care program puts client dignity first — encouraging independence and recognizing the individuality of each resident beyond any limitations of Alzheimer’s or other types...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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They 'res a lot of good people working at Mallard Ridge and some not so good. I guess they've decided that older people don't care for quality food. One day at breakfast you get a meat and the next day you don't. Seems they can't afford hand towels either. I will say the place is clean though. I've often remade our family members bed. The top cover was somewhat neat, but the sheets looked like some had rolled in them. I'm sure the owners wouldn't want to have their family member there, having to eat the food. I do want to repeat, some of the staff are the best and really care about older adults. It's the bad ones that hurt the place, like one that put our family member and then told her that it was her break time. She left her there without the water running. I know some older adults are harder to get along with and stubborn. It takes a special person called to work with them. For what Mallard Ridge charges, they could do better. Guess the bigshots are enjoying their breakfast at a nice place. I've heard lots of people talk about the food being bad, even some employees.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
We placed mom here earlier this year and she has been the happiest I've seen her since having to place her in a memory care facility. The staff has been wonderful and the care has been excellent. Mom seems to be more active at Mallard Ridge and we so appreciate everything they've done for mom.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My loved one was at MR. I would not recommend it. High staff turnover. Always a different face for the residents so they cannot get used to a consistent caregiver, food looked awful and one resident said the roast beef was all gristle and dried out, they don't have enough staff to take care of the residents but they sure do charge a hefty fee. My loved one was always thirsty and frequently unshowered, messy hair, clothing on backwards, wearing other resident's clothing. The staff just does not care or pay attention to details. The building looks nice but that's about it.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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