11360 Warner Ave, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
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After searching and searching we couldn’t be happier with her choice we found a forever home for her mother and we love the place just as much as she does. All of the directors that I’ve met always seem to be on top of everything and all of mom‘s needs. The concierge lady is so nice and always answers our questions or any concerns that we have. Not only is Parkview Estates is beautiful management and staff are amazing. We couldn’t be happier for mom.
I moved into this brand new community about a month ago. the community is beautiful with wide hallways and beautiful colors. I am one of the first residents here. I am so happy to be here and I cannot wait for it to start filling up. There is a brand new Director and she is top-notch. [name removed] was helpful offering to help me move. I was scared to move and he made me feel strong. we have a large theater, salon, beautiful dining, and courtyards. It was just opened and I am so blessed to live here.
We chose Park View Estates because it is a brand new facility that is absolutely beautiful. It is very open and airy and does not feel closed in like a lot of places that we saw. It is larger and we were able to get a ground floor apartment that walks outside. The apartments are decent, but their options are better than some that we looked at. Since they are brand new they are not as organized as they could be and there are not a lot of residents here yet, so a lot of things that they say are offered are not yet. I think as the facility gets older and more established it will be a wonderful place.
The new community is very nice, but I wish there was more color in the entrance and hall ways. The colors are gray and white. I t seems beautiful but it would be more beautiful if there was more color. It is depressing because there isn't any color just gray and white. It is modern. the rooms are modern. But what bothers me is the food isn't very good. I would think that they would want this to be the top priority since the residents are looking forward to eating. Also, the residents are paying top dollar for this. When I visited my friend she told me about this. I was shocked. It is a real transition to move to assisted living and the food makes the person happy or depressed. Why should she have to supplement the food in the dinning room with microwave food.
It's a big old concrete building, but once you go inside, it's really nice and spotless. It's safe and secured, with pretty courtyards. When I call, they recognize my voice and know my name. They're just that nice. They all know who I am, and they all know who my loved one is. When I go over there, her room smells fresh, her hair is combed, and she has makeup on. What more could you ask for? She's in good health. They take care of all her prescriptions. They rub her back when she complains that she's sore. The staff is great. They even took themselves out of a meeting once to help me with a billing issue. Who else would do that? The care was a little rough at first, but they shook it out, and it's really nice now. The food is good, and chef-prepared. It's pretty, and there's lots of it too. I can't believe the cost is so reasonable. Everything is brand new, and I feel like I'm going into a Marriott. They have fresh water and fruit in a pitcher right out front where you can get refreshments on a hot day. It's a class joint. It's also right next to the hospital and close to my home as well, which is perfect.
It is a brand new facility so they are only at about 10% capacity so barely any of the amenities are available. A lot of the things like the beauty salon ship are still closed because they just are not enough residents.
I would recommend this community to others based on my experience. The staff is very nice and friendly and the community is neat and clean. They have activities for the residents to participate in but the food is not very good.
The community was pretty new at the time our loved one moved in, and so far the staff team has been changed and the upper management has been changed. Therefore in our opinion the overall communication is pretty poor, there is not really a clear process of communication. However there is a new medication director and she is fabulous. They just hired a new activities director and she is fabulous as well. She has a masters in kinesiology which is great. She is really trying her best to figure out what works for the residents and what doesn't. They also have a fabulous head chef so the food there is really great.
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