Sierra del Sol senior living community is here to help your golden years shine! Situated in the sought-after northeast side of Tucson, our community thrives in a gorgeous, Spanish-style building surrounded by lavish, lush grounds. When you visit Sierra del Sol, you’ll notice the authentic smiles that match the bond between staff and residents. One of the ways we elevate our services is by keeping a high staff-to-resident ratio -- when a resident would like a helping hand getting dressed or a dining companion to chat with, we can be there. This is a testament to the quality of life we cultivate through our engaging personalized programming, smartly-designed amenities, and dedicated service. We believe we’re in this life together, so we work to make it the best it can be for those in our care. Contact a Senior Living Advisor today -- at Sierra del Sol, you won’t feel like a newcomer for long!
Our chefs prepare three nutritious, senior-oriented meals each day plus snacks, served in our elegant, two-story dining room often enhanced by brightly-colored place settings. Professional care staff oversees the personal services offered. Rest assured that as needs evolve, our quality care keeps pace. Licensed...
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We did not feel very comfortable. We only saw one resident while on the whole tour. Also they had a rule for a 24 hour in advance appt to see our loved one and we did not like that.
Sierra del Sol was our first choice until we encountered another community, but we did think the staff were extremely friendly. We felt that they had a lot of understanding and empathy, and we also thought they had a terrific program for spouses that need further care for Alzheimer's or dementia. They have a great memory care unit.
[name removed] was absolutely wonderful and the virtual tour showed us rooms available plus overall community. Very nice person who represents the community well. This may be a contender.
I feel the food has gone down a bit with covid but before it was good. We have been very happy with the community, I think this is a great facility and I would recommend this community to others.
This review is of the memory care unit at Sierra Del Sol. What stuck out to us most was everyone here was very friendly. We had a lunch around Halloween time and all the residents were handing out treats to children coming to the tables. I was able to have meals with him and they always offered 2 choices and the food was good. You could also see the food being prepared, so you knew it was fresh. It was just a very homey environment and I would highly recommend it.
Received info from [name removed]. We did visit this location several years back and it is very nice. It appears the cost may be too high for my mom's budget. Will revisit the information before we visit in the fall.
Not a good fit for my mother. The facility was a bit dated but clean. The facility seemed to busy/mousey and not warm.
I go by Sierra Del Sol on a regular basis, and each and every time I come the staff is friendly, the place is clean, and the food is good. I would highly recommend Sierra Del Sol to anyone that needs a place for their loved one!
I go by Sierra Del Sol on a regular basis, and each and every time I come the staff is friendly, the place is clean, and the food is good. I would recommend Sierra Del Sol to anyone who is looking for a home for their loved one.
This facility is AMAZING. immaculately clean, excellent food and activities happening all the time. The residents I spoke with had high praise for the staff and the meals. The only down fall was they do not accept Medicaid for those that require this type of financial aid. Had it not been for that I was totally prepared to move my mother into this facility knowing she would love it and be well cared for.
I went on a tour here and it was a lovely place. The staff was nice and helpful. They answered all of my questions. They only had a shared room available for him at the time & we wanted him to have a private bathroom. We ate dinner here and it was wonderful. I would recommend families tour this community before making a choice.
My loved one used to live at Sierra Del Sol, and it was a very nice community. It is definitely an upscale place with plush settings and super nice furniture. The dining room is fantastic, like going to a restaurant, and I like that they have enclosed courtyards so the residents can go out on their own to get some fresh air. The shared rooms are laid out in a way that as you enter, you step into a small foyer, there you can go left or right depending which room is yours. The large rooms are divided by a large bath room with sliding doors on each side. The rooms have built in cabinets some with lockable doors and windows for a lot of natural light. They are also wheel chair friendly. The long hall ways have windows on one side that look out into the court yard, the only draw back was it seemed to confuse my loved one. With that said she is suffering from short term memory. Just a note of gratitude to the staff; my hat is off to you for such a wonderful job, great job [Removed]!
This community is very warm and welcoming. The people are kind. The food is good and filling. They are very well staffed. There are lots of activities they can enjoy when they are ready to. I would recommend this community.
When I first toured this community, the person who was showing us around was wonderful. It’s such a beautiful place and it feels like home. Everything fell into place regarding my mom moving in. It was such a huge weight off my shoulders. My mom is just so happy and at home here. The caregivers are really sweet and caring. They’re good at what they do. I haven’t seen one person yet who isn’t 1st class. Everyone treats my mother very well. The move was a little difficult because my mom was getting a little confused but the staff has been really great with her. I cannot begin to explain how helpful and nice the staff is. For the food, my mother LOVES it. The dining room is lovely and the wait staff couldn’t be any nicer. The whole facility is just a beautiful place. Everything is very clean, her room is kept neat, and they make her bed often. Her room is rather small but it’s nice. She is very cozy and likes it a lot. A funny story is my mom blows her nose a lot and there could be 3 trashcans around, but she will just throw her Kleenex on the ground. Anytime I walk in to visit, there is not 1 Kleenex on the ground. For activities, they have people come in and play music and they like to bring her to the movies a lot. They have this calendar and it’s full every single day! This is the first time in 5 years that I’ve felt this huge weight being lifted off my shoulders because finally someone is looking out for my mother just like I would. The only smallest complaint is they said that there would be maintenance on staff every day of the week including the weekends. But unfortunately, that is not true. That small thing aside, I would definitely recommend this facility.
This community offers support groups for families of residents with Alzheimer's. The staff have done everything they can to help my friends get accommodated to living here. They are responsive, patient, they interact with the residents and they are willing to work with the families. They offer outings and try to keep the memory care residents active. They have a nice shaded, enclosed courtyard for the memory care residents and another one for assisted living. This is the right place for my friends.
Everything is going just fine there at Sierra del Sol! The staff are taking great care of my loved one! The layout of the facility is very nice, and it seems to be an overall great fit for my loved one. The facility also fit very well into our budget, as the pricing is very good. My loved one is very happy there!
I had a really nice visit of this community for my dad. The staff where on time to our appointment and where very knowledgeable in the information they gave us on there facility. I just was a little worried of how busy all of the surroundings where. My dad often likes to go out and take walks and It just seemed a little dangerous for that.
My only concern with this community is that the staff that administer the medication are hard to communicate with. I do not receive any communication back when I ask a question. The caregivers are nice and they keep the community clean. The food seems to be good. I would recommend looking into this community, however I would also suggest making sure your loved one's needs are brought up in the beginning and that the community is on top of them.
met with [Removed] about a place for my aunt. what a place!! met some of the residents and their pets! the dining room and staff were so friendly and answered all questions and concerns. got to meet the chef and go over my aunt's special diet. the floor plan and rooms are fantastic. seems like one big, happy family. the residents seem to happy to be there. the place was so clean. the activity board is great. I hope they are around when I need a place to live.
Schelduled to move in 1/31 seems like a perfect fit for mom. Happy residents and bright rooms. Very pet friendly, that finialized our decision. Someone will even walk your dog if mom can't.
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