1101 Secret Ravine Parkway, Roseville, CA 95661
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It's a beautiful stetting, and the staff is nice. I think they're a little understaffed, and for assisted living, they need to train their staff a little better. I think the food is pretty good. It's a farm to fork type of thing. My loved one is less happy with it, just because it's fancier and not the type of food she's used to. She likes more meat and potatoes. With Covid, things are starting to get back to normal. They have happy hours, different entertainment, video touring. They have a lot to offer. It's just a bit expensive.
Don't just go by the looks of the place. The decorating is beautiful, but you're not buying a home. You're buying care. And that's the most important thing. My loved one was constantly being sent to the hospital for emergency care, because the staff, even when there were actually enough of them around, are just not properly educated to handle situations when they arise. I was called at 11 pm to help care for my loved one, and stayed until 1 in the morning. They're not staffed properly. There was one man on staff who was truly wonderful, but others I feel are ill equipped. And there's definitely not enough nursing care. That needs to be around the clock. They have a renowned chef there who's an excellent cook, so you'll get good food. But I never once was allowed inside, except when they called for emergencies in the middle of the night.
It is an expensive, great facility. But it is hard to evaluate it due to covid. Covid ran rampant in Oakmont of Roseville. I think that the administrative staff could improve on communication skills and returning phone calls.
The community was an older facility and the cost was higher than others in the area. It did not fit our needs at the time.
Beware. Do your homework. This company is currently in a large civil lawsuit and judgement against them. In our case, they attempted to increase my mother's care fees to a ridiculous level without justification. We were forced to move our mother. We did not have an issue with the care staff, as most seem compassionate and caring. Our issue is with the greedy corporation that is less concerned about the residents and appear to be more concerned with profits. You have been warned.
They make sure to keep the residents care their top priority even during this difficult they have really good communication, and have clarity on issues that may happen. They do video calls for our loved one, and every time we are able visit we just have a really good feeling about the place
My friend lived here for 4 years and it is a nice clean community. Most of the staff were friendly and helpful. There was a lot of people in this community and it was a bigger place. It seemed like they were understaffed. They were accommodating to us but we had to move my friend because the price kept going up and they always seemed to add some type of extra charges. I would recommend people to tour this community.
Undoubtedly 5 star. I was extremely impressed with every aspect of the community. I believe anyone living here would feel comfortable, safe, enjoy themselves, and be well cared for. I like that my parent could be here and feel like they are in a vibrant place, not shut away to be silently old.
Very nice facility. Expensive.
Does not fit in with our finances.
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