3109 12th Street, Kenosha, WI 53144
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Linus liked this one the best of the three. He could see himself sitting on the porch with his circle word book in the summer. Rooms were adequate though small. Staff was nice. Clean but needs some updating.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Everyone has been so kind and helpful before, during and after my dad moved in. They respond to requests immediately and keep me well-informed with what is happening with him. We visited 4 different assisted living facilities before choosing Brookdale North and Erika, Sales Manager, along with Tonia, Executive Director, spent several hours with my sister, my father and I answering all our questions. No one else at any other facility made us feel like they wanted to be sure to meet all his needs and make him feel at home. My father says the food is wonderful and the desserts are the best he has ever had. Often they are warm out of the oven. Thanks to everyone on the Brookdale North staff for making a difficult decision easy for our family!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
The Brookdale Kenosha North was very nice, but it came down to my mother's personal decision. She liked the community but she wanted somewhere where there were more activities going on.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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