14370 Southeast Oregon Trail Drive, Clackamas, OR 97015
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Nice compact facility serving 53 residents. Noticed people engaged in activities and a good number of men among the resident population. Studios are a bit too small, but the 1 bedroom would work well. Rooms were clean and showers did not have a big lip to step over. Nice views and I liked the multiple spaces for activities. Staff was very friendly. Met with the Dir of Nursing who was very honest about how she would handle wound care. This would be a good option for dad.
Like home so warm and the residents were so engaged. Clean, new, fresh very impressed
I had recently taken a tour of this community and I had a lovely experience at this place. The staff where great to work with and made sure to answer any questions I had for them in detail. The property was beautiful and everything was very clean for the residents. I thought they had a lot of nice amenities as well as a spacious dinning room. They just did not have the kind of room my mom was needing available at that time.
We like this one a lot. The units are fairly large, spacious bathrooms with roll in shower stalls. Refrigerator, microwave, utilities and cable TV included. Got good vibes from the people.
The care has been going well for my mom. She likes the meals that is served. I see that this community is very clean. They have activities available and they have a vehicle equipped to take residents in wheelchairs for outings. The community is in an excellent area with stores and her doctor. At times my mom does not have someone to carry a conversation with.
The nursing care that my loved one has been receiving has been wonderful. I cant say enough good things about the staff, they are always smiling and have been very welcoming to my mother. The chef does a great job at making sure that the food is fresh and has healthy options for the residents. Overall I am very pleased with this community.
My loved one has really enjoyed participating in the variety of activities and different events they have going on throughout there day. The rooms are kept clean at all times and are decorated beautifully. I have no complaints about this community.
Princeton Village Assisted Living is a very nice place! The staff is friendly and caring, and the management has really gone out of their way to work with us whenever we've come to them with an issue. The facility is clean and well kept, and the atmosphere is a very nice fit for Dad, since he prefers a quiet relaxed setting.
I would recommend this community to family and friends. The staff works well with my mom and are very friendly. The community is clean and well maintained inside and out. I have tried the food and it is good. Although my mom does not participate in any activities there are plenty of them for the residents to enjoy.
All of the staff members at Princeton Village Community took really great care of my loved one. I really do not know of what they could improve on over there. I would have to give them four - stars overall
Well, they are really good with communicating. The girls are really kind to my grandmother and she feels that they really care. There is a lot of turnover, but that comes with the territory. Maintenance could be better. There are a few issues that have taken awhile to fix.
It's a very nice facility. We were pleased that there was a room available when we needed one. They provided the levels of care that we wanted. They adapted to the care she needed. The staff was very kind and helpful. The one issue was that my brother didn't feel like all the fine print of the details were clear. If your leaving the community you have to pay for the 2 weeks after you leave. There was a lack of clarity with the initial paper work and the agreement. Overall, we were pleased.
It probably started out as a three, but has leveled out to a four. I don't have anything specific that they do well, or that needs to be particularly improved upon, at this point.
We don't have any concerns. It's clean and the staff is friendly and attentive. They have been very caring and helpful. We are pleased with them. It's working out well so far.
It's a pretty good community. They are relatively clean and very friendly. They are quick to respond if there are any needs, concerns, or requests. They seem to do okay on activities, too. I haven't really had any complaints about the food, and I don't think there is anything I would like to see improved or done better.
The Princeton Village - Nathan is the person who runs the show, and Melissa is the sales manager and they're both very caring, courteous and kind people. They took time to meet with her, and be with her. They're very helpful, although they have just one maintenance guy. Still. the apartments are in good repair and are very clean. They have a good laundry facility, exercise room, and a movie theater. I was really fortunate that the Princeton had a one-bedroom apartment available right when I needed it. The Princeton is also one of those places that, if you run out of personal funds, will continue to care for your loved one on Medicaid.
love the setting--small--53 apts. indep.& assisted living.
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