3663 Park Center Blvd, Saint Louis Park, MN 55416
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Value for cost
We toured the community and the tour was very positive and very comprehensive. The staff was very engaging and friendly. we based our decision on price, location, and the care offered.
The community is above average. It's like a nice hotel and it's beautiful. I would definitely recommend this community to others. Communication was very good between the staff and our family. They kept us well informed.
Make sure you understand the billing and how much the community costs. The staff and the residence are very nice and my loved one is happy here. I would recommend this community to others
We chose Parkshore Senior Campus because we had a lot of personal references. The room sizes here are very nice and spacious. We have heard the food is very good, they are chef prepared meals. I would recommend to others looking.
What a beautiful facility! Even better was the clear care the staff had for the residents and the smiles on the residents faces! The amenities are incredible and would provide the kind of environment our mom would thrive in. All interests were present in the extensive programming offered. It's clear that the company mission is owned by each member of the staff. Great place!
I appreciate [name removed] providing a great tour for my Dad. My Dad's main concern about this facility is the cost. With my Mom's memory care needs it will cost a minimum of $120,000 a year to live in an approx 500 square ft one bedroom apartment. There is no washer or dryer in the apartment that he saw. The benefits of this place are the 3 meals a day provided for both my parents in the cost, access to the pool and church services.
Definitely a place to consider.
This place is seriously fabulous. Unfortunately, there was not a unit available for our time needs. I completely understand why there is a waitlist.
My loved ones have moved into Parkshore Senior Campus, and I really like it here. The staff are really good, and the whole ambiance of the place is very nice. My loved ones rave about the food, and I like that it's very clean and close by. I would recommend Parkshore to other families.
I moved my parents into Parkwood Shores in 2015 after my mom had a fall and discovering that dad was not able to fend for himself while she was in rehab. Also in rehab it became clear that they were not taking their medications and that dementia was becoming a problem. The fourth floor is the Alzheimer's unit. It's a secure floor with doors locked and you need a code to get out. That was a good thing for my parents because they would get lost. After a few days there they became more comfortable and I'm not sure they were aware that they were locked in - it became home and familiar. I was happy that they were safe and not needing to go out to get groceries or drive or have to cook and leave the stove on. Staff took them by van to appointments and to outside activities which they enjoyed for awhile - Alzheimer's made the world they were comfortable in very small, and it doesn't get better, so having them in a now familiar place was perfect for them in their situation. The care was pretty good - it's a very difficult job - and it's never going to be "as good as if they were home". But I think that's a fallacy, because 24-hour care really, in my opinion, can't be done by family alone. We couldn't have done it ourselves.
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