11289 S. Oakmond Rd., South Jordan, UT 84095
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I think it is a wonderful environment to start with your loved one at. Your loved one can go from Independent Living to Assisted Living to Memory Care all in the same community. They have all the resources available for your loved one here.
I thought this community was great. They didn't have all the services I needed; however, they were willing to work with me and my loved one on a difficult case. The food was great and perfect, they weren't able to serve in the dining room due to the pandemic.
Response from Sagewood at DaybreakMay 4, 2021
We appreciate your review. Our team is always willing to work with our residents to ensure their needs are met. Thank you!
I would tell others this is a good community. Sagewood tries hard to met the needs we have for our loved ones and they are good to work with. They have a memory care day program for residents. Sagewood had the families come up and decorate the sidewalk for their loved ones.
Response from Sagewood at DaybreakMarch 23, 2021
Linda, thank you for your review. Your recommendation is very important to us. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of all our residents. Thanks again!
this is a nice facility and friendly people however, the food is TERRIBLE, my mom is a tenant and she cant eat any of it, she said she has complained, along with A LOT of other tenants, to the staff and chef with out any edible improvements
Response from Sagewood at DaybreakFebruary 28, 2020
Marty, we appreciate you taking the time to leave your review. Your comments will be shared with the team. Please reach out to any associate to follow up. Thank you!
Loved this community but it located farther from family than we wanted. The ratio of CNA's to residents in the assisted living plus is better than I've seen at other places I've looked at.
Response from Sagewood at DaybreakSeptember 4, 2019
Thank you for sharing your experience touring our community!
[Name removed] was personable and showed me around Sagewood. It is beautiful place. If my mom was looking for independent care, I'd definitely consider Sagewood for her.
Response from Sagewood at DaybreakSeptember 24, 2019
Thank you for visiting our community and considering Sagewood. We appreciate you taking the time to share your experience.
Sagewood at Daybreak is a beautiful luxurious place for your loved ones. The care is unmatched the staff is so loving and kind and attentive to the residence. The professionals working with them have their most best interest at heart, physically mentally and even their spiritual needs are covered. The food is delicious. The facility and each room is decorated and beautified for the comfort and convenience of the residents. This is where I would take my loved ones. Come and see Sagewood at Day break. You’re going to want to see this one for yourself!!
No alarms on doors in the Alzheimers Unit. This is a serious problem, given the lax monitoring in the halls at night. Or overworked, very young aides. Let's give them that. But a very serious attack happened in the evening (not late) hours, resulting in our mother being thrown out, bag and baggage at 10 pm. We had to scramble to find a bed for her THAT NIGHT. She was there for her own and others' protection, which didn't happen. Door alarms, people. And someone monitoring the hall at all times.
Please don't be fooled by the fancy building, the "amenities" and the food. What really matters is the care your loved one receives and the communication you have with the administration. Sagewood fails on both accounts. They do a great job in selling their facility but the place is so big you do not ever see staff with the residents hands on. The staff promises you that they will have your loved one participate in activities and that they will get them to the activities but really if your loved one is in assisted living, it won't happen. It was a rarity that someone came and invited my mom to an activity. Most of the activities that my mom participated in, I took her to the activity. I moved my mom out in three months. I was constantly telling the staff that she was out of toilet paper, that she needed assistance with dressing and making sure she was wearing a Depends. I would leave message for the staff about her care and her medications and not get a phone call back for days. A urinary tract infection went diagnosed for weeks. Unfortunately I made the mistake of selecting Sagewood for the extras that they have in the building but really the place is built and caters to the Independent Living community. If your loved one needs Assisted Living, do your research and pick a smaller facility. I moved my mom to another facility and it has been absolutely the best thing I did for her. She is engaged, participates in daily activities and the facility keeps and electronic record of what my mom does every day, including the meals she eats, her mood, any problems she is having that day and the activities that she does. I can call and get a reply that same day. The staff is great and they respond to my questions and concerns quickly.
This is a beautiful facility and everyone was friendly. It is for people who have money and want to live like royalty in independent living. There is a food allowance, but it is very expensive to eat there. You might be fearful of eating wondering if your allowance would last the month. I also had the feeling that management might suggest assisted living before other facilities did. This may be unfair, but I have visited this place twice in two years and the concern continues.
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