It has a very large campus, with about 300 residents. The food here was pretty good. They had a trained chef here. They did have some theft here but they called the police and dealt with it right away.... Read more
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A Place for Mom has scored Rosewood Senior Living Community with 0 out of 10 using our proprietary review score based on 0 reviews in the last 2 years. Over all time, Rosewood Senior Living Community has 2 reviews with an average "overall experience" of 4 out of 5.
It has a very large campus, with about 300 residents. The food here was pretty good. They had a trained chef here. They did have some theft here but they called the police and dealt with it right away.
My mother went in for skilled nursing care. They were the most expensive and had the most extensive care going on. I went in there a couple times and it looked okay but while my mother was there she got an infections. They suspect it might have been the food but they weren't sure. So she had to stay for and extra 4 weeks before we could transfer her to another, less expensive, community. The cost was definitely a reason to move her and also I don't think Rosewood had any one bedrooms available when we were looking.
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