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Value for cost
I would tell others to not waste their time or money. The community does a lot of bait and switch on business deals. They don't have the staff to keep the promises they make. My loved one does nothing but complain about the food. The community promised transportation to the store, and then they backed out due to the pandemic. It took over a month for the community to come in and clean the apartment. No one knew where recycling or waiting a month to take out trash. They don't talk about the full prices upfront, until the contract is signed.
This community had child care and I thought that was really nice. The community is close to public transportation also. I feel that your loved one might need to be very mobile to get the most out of this community. The staff are very nice
It has been a good experience so far at Russellville Park. I chose this facility because the person I talked to at first was very personable. I am in a 2 bedroom apartment and it is great for what I needed. Everybody is very friendly here and I would recommend them.
The community looks very very plain from the outside but the inside is very nice. The staff is very caring and friendly. The staff to resident ratio is very good and that gives us peace of mind. The communication between the staff and the family is great. They communicate through phone and voicemail.
Expensive, big apartments, but isolated living in a community that big. Caregivers come in, do the task, leave, and my mom would then sit there all day, alone. It's a nice place but not for my mother.
The thing I like most about the community is that all the staff work together toward assisting their residents. The staff are caring and the facility is very current and modern. They provide lots of activities that cover many interests, they offer lots a of clubs, and social interaction for people. The food is fine but due to COVID that have had to make adaptations with the menu. During this pandemic, the staff have done everything within their power to keep the resident safe. The are always putting their residents first.
I took my parents for a tour to this building only because I heard great things from a friend. Beautiful community but was mortified during my visit. I over heard the management being very rude towards her staff. She said some horrible things which were completely unexceptionable. I completely left the tour. Absolutely would not put my parents at this facility. Before I left I demanded the mangers name so that I can report her to the state for abuse. Please beware of manager [name removed]. I apologized to her staff for her behavior. I felt horrible. Very thankful I seen this before I moved my parents in.
My Dad was in assisted living in Russellville Park and I thought it was great. His room was lovely, the grounds and ameneties are very pleasant. He had great support and was well cared for. Though he was a very picky eater, he liked the food there, and I personally loved it. The service in the dining room was excellent and all the staff and caregivers there are great. The activities were many and various, and looked fun and engaging! Unfortunately my Dad was not able to attend activities and therefore found it hard to make friends. I hope to live at Russellville Park someday when I am ready.
My mother loves it here. When she is happy so am I. She still drives but needed something smaller then her 2 story home with a basement. The activities are GREAT, so many options. Is it heaven on earth - no but overall this is the next best thing!
Could not be happier. It’s a hard transition but they make it amazing. Every staff member. Every single one. They are amazing.
We toured this community and like the staff and the menu. We wanted a small community for my mom's care. They offer a lot of different type of care for residents. The community is very nice and the staff was very helpful for answering the questions on the care.We would recommend this community for the care of a loved one.
We liked the facility when we had the tour but it was near a sketchy neighborhood. It also was right by the max station. Regardless of it's location they are a great, great facility. My parents just did not pick this community,
I have no complaints about how things went for my loved one and I during our tour of this place. The staff where on time to our appointment and made sure to answer any questions I had for them in detail. It was actually one of my favorite properties that I had looked at it was just not the right time for him to move in the end decision. I would defiantly recommend it to anyone interested in a great assisted living for there loved one.
Response from Russellville ParkAugust 7, 2017
Thank you for your feedback. We are glad you enjoyed the tour and our community, and we appreciate you recommending Russellville Park! Our team strives for excellence and is dedicated to making a positive impact each day. Please reach out if there's ever anything we can help you with. Thanks, Meg Davidson, General Manager
Too big for her. Very nice, more like an apartment complex with great amenities. Two restaurants and a cafe on site that we could take her out to. Might be a little overwhelming for her on her own. Meal delivery to her room is a 4.00 charge.
Very nice, more like an apartment complex with great amenities. Two restaurants and a cafe on site that we could take her out to. Might be a little overwhelming for her on her own. Meal delivery to her room is a 4.00 charge.
We are very impressed with this community. It seems very lively and full of life! The staff is very friendly and extremely helpful. They offer so many activities too many to name. So there is always something to do or something going on! I visit my loved one often and we both really enjoy the meals! I would definitely recommend you take a tour if you believe this community may meet your loved one's needs.
During our search, we also toured Russellville Park. We had a good tour, the people there were friendly and informative. The facility itself was very clean and in good shape, but we found another place that for my loved one's needs a little better.
My friend had his siblings tour this community and they liked it better because it was larger. The care he gets is suitable and the community is kept clean. However it seems like he is the youngest resident there. They have activities planned out for those who wish to participate. My friend says the meals are the routinely the same with not much choices. He is suppose to eat heart healthy meal items.
Russellville Park was very nice but there is a lot of high-rise buildings and complexes surrounding it. Internally is was very nice. The people are friendly and I like how the rooms are designed.
[Removed] at the front desk of the assisted living center is GREAT!!! She is so friendly and welcoming whenever you walk in to visit. The dining (Salmon Grill) is only fair; menu is limited, food quality is average, food prices are kind of high for the quality. My main peeve with the dining is the silverware and glassware are dirty and spotty which for an at risk clientele is unthinkable. Staff in the dining room are very friendly also. I think the place is over priced considering everything is an add on. I don't think the "medical" staff are up to par - when a client's blood pressure was very high, the staff member was "I guess I could call the advice nurse and let her know" when the family member questioned how high it was. I also don't think the facility fully is aware of a client's condition since the person I am talking about has dementia and confusion yet staff believe them fully when they say they are going out for the night (when he isn't) or they believe him when he was he ate when he hasn't. I know this person is not in memory care and only in assisted living but for the price I would think the staff should know each client in full. Overall the place is clean and there are a lot of activities but they seem to be geared to more retired folk that are fully functional that live there and not necessarily toward the cognitively diminished or dementia folk. I think it is a good place to live if you are retired and don't want to deal with a house (on permanent vacation) but I personally am not real keen on the facility for dementia, lower cognitive, etc. folk - place is huge and activities not geared toward them.
Response from Russellville ParkMarch 27, 2017
Thank you for your comments. We take your concerns very seriously. The team at Russellville Park takes pride in the entire community experience. We continue to review the menu options at all three dining venues to ensure they meet the needs of our residents. The Executive Chef continues to monitor the quality of dishware daily and regular maintenance of the machines is conducted monthly. In addition, providing support for residents with dementia is a high priority to the Health & Wellness team and they aim to personalize involvement in activities for each resident. I would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you in person about your concerns. Thank you again for your feedback. Thanks, Meg Davidson, General Manager
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