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Park Senior Villas Assisted Living & Memory Care

4211 N Pebble Creek Pkwy, Goodyear, AZ 85395

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About the community

At Pathways, we offer exceptional care in a neighborhood setting built specifically around the needs and desires of our residents. Located in Goodyear, Arizona, our cross streets are Pebble Creek Parkway and Indian School Road. We are just 3 miles north of Interstate 10, and one mile east of the Loop 303.

Our unique design reflects the latest research that shows residents in similar settings experience better quality of life including greater levels of personal dignity and lower rates of depression and anxiety. Residents can take advantage of the neighborhood by strolling through our park-like courtyard, enjoying amenities such as our onsite hair salon, fitness room and special multi-sensory therapy room or just visiting with friends in another home. We offer the benefits of a larger community without being an institution.

Coupled with our dedicated staff and experienced clinical team, our intimate neighborhood concept delivers:
  • Better clinical outcomes and ability to manage a variety of chronic medical conditions
  • Higher staff to resident ratios
  • Increased personal interaction, situational awareness and emotional wellbeing — which all lead to a better quality of life
  • Decreased hospitalizations
  • Ability to age in place — residents can stay at Pathways as their care...

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Pricing at Park Senior Villas Assisted Living & Memory Care

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Reviews of Park Senior Villas Assisted Living & Memory Care

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November 2020

Betty Ann Cronce

Review originally written on A Place For Mom

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On [date removed] , my husband was admitted to Park Senior Villas, Goodyear, AZ. after much research of Memory Care Facilities. I had several conversations with the Marketing Director at Park Senior Villas as well as a lengthy meeting with their Licensed Practical Nurse, where we discussed at length my husband's current medications, the daily care he needed, his current medical conditions and medical history. The nurse took notes and did cognition tests on my husband. In addition, medical records were sent to the Marketing Director from three of my husband's physicians currently caring for him which were his Internist, Neurologist and Urologist. I was also told by the Marketing Director that their caretakers were required to take an Alzheimer's course to familiarize them with recognizing the needs of their residents. I completed the required paperwork from the facility, including a sheet of my husband's daily needs which stated: Foley catheter care, blood pressure checks, notification of meals, medication administration, help with toileting, bathing, dressing, ambulation (I sent a walker and shower chair with him,) and I noted he was shuffling his feet and had fallen several times, confusion, some hearing loss, speech, special diet (no tough meat), oral hygiene, face shaving, etc. I also met with Sage Hospice, Scottsdale, AZ, where this information was reviewed with them, and I arranged for their care as well. I was told by hospice, that initially a registered nurse would see my husband twice weekly under their physicians' review and approval. I was also assured by the Marketing Director at Park Senior Villas as well as the hospice nurse that if anything at all changed with my husband that I would be contacted immediately. Feeling comfortable with the facility and the level of care that was going to be provided to my husband, he was admitted on [date removed]. He was in isolation (COVID 19 mandate) for 2 days and I was told he'd have frequent caregiver checks. The Marketing Director advised that visitation was limited due to COVID 19 and that they strongly advise that loved ones not visit for two weeks to allow the resident time to acclimate to the facility which made it much easier for the resident. I was told that I could call anytime on the caregiver line to check on my husband, which I did, calling different shifts. I was told he was "good" "going to his room with an ice cream sandwich, "eating well", doing o.k." I scheduled a visit to see my husband on [date removed]. On [date removed], I received a call from the Hospice Nurse who routinely called weekly. She said my husband was "doing o.k." but that he had a "cough", didn't want to stay still and was "sleepy" so she didn't check his blood pressure, she also said that she was told "he hadn't had much of an appetite the last several days." She again said he was o.k. and that the staff was going to "get him into the shower" later that day". She said she'd see him later in the week. A little later, I received a call from the facility asking if I had a "Do Not Resusitate" on my husband. I asked what was wrong and was told his blood pressure was very low 60/40. I told the caller to immediately call 911 to have my husband taken to the nearest hospital. My daughter and I immediately got in the car, I called the facility to find out the name and address of the hospital and we arrived just as they were wheeling my husband into the emergency room. When I was allowed to see my husband and speak with the doctor, he said my husband's blood pressure was extremely low, said he had pneumonia and was severely dehydrated and weak. He said they were treating him with IV fluids and antibiotics, that he ordered a battery of tests, was going to see the kidney specialist who was in to see if he was a candidate for dialysis, and that he would check with me after all the test results came back. Later that evening, I spoke with the night doctor on call. He said my husband was not a candidate for dialysis, said his kidney function tests were so high "they were off the charts." He said they were doing everything they could to care for him but that he was very, very ill. The doctors treated my husband for four days, did additional testing and scans but came to the conclusion that as aggressively as they were treating him, and that while his tests had improved some, he was not going to get better. On [date removed], my husband was discharged from the hospital and brought home via ambulance and cared for by another hospice group. He passed away 28 hours later on [date removed]. When I saw my husband after he was admitted to the hospital on [date removed], he had lost a lot of weight, looked extremely pale, was wearing a dirty shirt; the same shirt he was wearing when he was admitted on [date removed], and the same shirt he was wearing in a picture sent to me by the Marketing Director 4 days after his admission, and he had not been shaven in days! Looking at a picture of him arriving at the facility on [date removed], versus the picture of him when he was admitted to the hospital on [date removed], he was practically unrecognizable. I am grieving over the loss of my husband of 52 years, and also over the lack of care and neglect he received from Park Senior Villas, and Sage Hospice.

October 2020


Review originally written on A Place For Mom

Don't be fooled by one visit.

At first glance this seems to be a great place for an elderly father that just needs some help is his day to day life. I did a day and evening check in twice. On both occasions the morning crew was working and doing what should be done. During the evening I saw not one caregiver the first time. The second time it seemed as if I woke up the caregiver that was supposed to be taking care of the people. After being almost completely convinced to not place my father there I decided to go back one more time. I asked a caregiver why there were hardly any caregivers at all. I was told that the caregivers never stay long because the patients say mean and hateful things to any one of color. And that no one ever helps them. If the staff are treated crappy you can bet they wont stay or they wont treat the people living there good. I was glad I didnt put my dad there.

August 2020


Review originally written on A Place For Mom

Beautiful for her last days

When we first took my mom there it was a different company, my issue was when the ownership changed, They never told us, we just noticed it. and how we noticed was that there was a huge turnover in staff. When I asked the one staff person left that we knew, she said that the company changed hands and she was frazzled over it. My mom has since passed away, The facility is beautiful, the food was very good, and it was very clean.


Senior Housing Types

Assisted living
Memory care

Health Care Services

Memory care
Diabetic care
Incontinence care
Medication management

Staffing & ancillary services

Hospice available on-site
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Meals & Dining

Meals provided
Guest meals
Low / no sodium

Room Amenities

Wheelchair accessible showers
Respite or short term stays offered
Wi-fi/high-speed internet
Ground floor units
Handicap accessible
Cable or satellite tv

Community Amenities

Transportation & parking

Resident parking available
Transportation at cost


Dogs allowed
Cats allowed

Common areas

Outdoor common areas
Indoor common areas
Barber shop
Beauty salon

Recreational areas

Raised garden beds


Laundry service / drycleaning

Memory care services

Secured community
Designed specifically to accommodate memory loss
Memory care only community
Enclosed courtyard

Primary language spoken by staff



Devotional activities on-site
Visiting chaplain or priest
Protestant services
Catholic services
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