1098 Horsham Rd, North Wales, PA 19454
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I cannot say enough good things about Park Creek Place. My sister and I could no longer take care of our father, who has dementia, at home. So we began to look for a memory care facility for him. The setup of Park Creek Place is very warm and inviting. The large, open courtyard-like room in the front serves as a gathering place for activities, and as the reception area for visitors. There are two identical wings off the main room with dining areas, enclosed gardens, activity rooms and the bedrooms. What we liked is that the residents can move freely among all the different areas safely according to what they feel like doing. The bedrooms are set up nicely and have plenty of room. Our experience in visiting many assisted living facilities is that the people who work there make all the difference in the world as to the feel of a facility. And the people that work at Park Creek Place could not be nicer. The community is small, and feels like someone's home rather than an impersonal institution. Every staff member knows every residents' name, and refers to them as “my friend [name removed]” instead of [name removed]. They have been so helpful in transitioning our father to the community, and in making the family feel comfortable that he will be well cared for in his new home. They have been excellent at keeping the family informed about the important and the routine events in his new life. My sister and I visit several times a week and call to speak to our father when we cannot be there. When we do call, [name removed] or [name removed] always mention how his day is going or something sweet that he did. Another impressive thing we noticed about the staff is that everyone is willing to do whatever is needed at a particular moment, even if it is not within their usual job description. For example, one day [name removed], the director of memory care, was leading a group activity and another day she was helping a family move in by finding a hand cart for them to use. [name removed], the community relations director, helped us set up a FaceTime conversation between our mother and father when they could not be together. We have had two family gatherings at Park Creek so relatives could visit with our father. And the staff helped us reserve the room, bring additional tables into the room and then clean up after. They did not have to help, but it was very nice that they did. The number of daily activities and special monthly activities planned for the residents each day is impressive. [name removed] and [name removed] are terrific at including every resident in a particular activity. Because some residents speak softly, they make the effort to lean in when asking the resident a question so they can hear the resident's answer, and then repeat it for the group. They cheerfully help the residents move to various areas for each activity, sometimes putting their arm around the resident's shoulder to gently guide them, or holding another's hand or pushing them in their wheelchairs. What impressed us is that every resident is included, and no one is ignored. The small touches tailored to the residents' age mean so much, such as playing music that the residents are familiar with. Park Creek Place usually has music on from the fifties, sixties and seventies. They celebrate each resident's birthday with balloons and a song. Family members are invited to join their loved ones for special activities each month. So far we have attended several entertaining musical performances, a really interesting exotic animal night and various holiday get-togethers. They also host an Alzheimers/Dementia support group every month. Our father has received excellent medical care from the Care Management staff. When he needed to go to the hospital they called us immediately and kept us informed as to his diagnosis and when he would be returned to the facility. We appreciate that they have regular care plan meetings scheduled with the family, and that they are available to discuss concerns and issues at any time. [name removed], the care services manager, and the nurses have been very helpful in answering questions during our father's transition to memory care. All in all, we have had a very positive experience with Park Creek Place and are very happy to have our father there.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Unfortunately due to COVID we have not been able to really visit this community, however we were able to see a little bit when we first moved our loved one in and the rooms they provide would be a four out of five. From our understanding we believe the care services are good.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
We moved our grandmother into the community late January 2019. We were extremely nervous about the move and how she would adjust to her new surroundings. We were surprised at how quickly she settled in. The team at Park Creek couldn’t be more warm, welcoming and accommodating. Our grandmother immediately felt like she was home and often is so involved in the activities we seem to inconvenience her when we visit! She is thriving in her new home and we couldn’t be happier or have better piece of mind. [Name removed] and [name removed] were instrumental in our final decision to select Park Creek Place. Their passion for caring and enriching the lives of those who are affected by Alzheimer’s is evident in everything they do. We would wholeheartedly recommend Park Creek Place!
Response from Park Creek Place - MCJune 18, 2019
Kerri - thank you so much, this warms our heart. We're lucky to have your grandma with us. Come by anytime!
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