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Value for cost
My dad has been at Southgate Senior Living for a few years. They treat him like family. He has made a lot of friends there and always enjoys the activities. The building is very clean and the director has made great strides to improve the building. I love Southgate and the staff. The nurses are by far the best. Kate even dances with my dad which makes him smile every time. I highly recommend them to everyone.
Really friendly, clean and hospitable. Had a great studio with mini terrace. Nice physical therapy space. Extra care costs on sliding scale. Dogs allowed. Gardening club.
Definitely each one of the staff were friendly and they made you feel like you were important. They would keep you up to date on things. I chose this community because the friendliness professionalism, and the availability. They really did well with the food for everyone and offered a variety. I definitely would recommend this community to other families and I already have.
The staff were very caring and concerned . They paid attention to what was going with me brother and everyone around him. The food was very good. Because we were in dire need, they were so accommodating, helpful, and they even came to our house to do the paperwork. To me, they went out of their way to make sure things went easy with his move in. They even assisted with the furniture accommodations.
It has been a couple of years but I hate this place for what they did to my husband. I don't know anything about the assisted living and I'm sure that it's a totally different ballgame. In fact, I've heard wonderful things about other Brookdale locations. But my husband was in Memory Care for 3 weeks until he lost 22 pounds (in those 3 weeks) and came down with pneumonia--after which I cared for him at home. He was fairly helpless and they did nothing for him--they didn't help him change his clothes, help him in the bathroom, and worst of all, they didn't help him eat. Their food was terrible and he wouldn't eat it even when I hired my own people to take care of him for part of the day. I think the problem was the upper management--the pay for the employees--and the fact that they refused to hire enough employees.
All of the staff members at this facility have been friendly and they have done what they said they would do. I ended up picking this community over everyone else because they did have the friendly atmosphere. The facility is clean and tidy without feeling institutionalized. They have a nice dining room and my Sister loves the food. For activities they have card games, Christmas programs, and Wii bowling. I would recommend this community to other families.
The rooms are nice sized. The staff are great. The food is terrible. The memory care unit is good in that residents may go out into the courtyard at will and unaccompanied, be safe and enjoy the outdoors and the great view over the golf course and the city. Just be prepared to pay an additional $200+ a year when they up the room rate just because they can. My mother has been in there less than 3 years and the room rate has gone from $3200 to over $4500. What additional care she receives in return for that is NONE. She requires very minimal care, eats very little, because the food is so bad. I am going to look at newer, nicer facilities. If she is going to have to pay that much out of pocket, and keep having it raised every year, she deserves to live in a newer, nicer place.
I toured this community for the options of care for my mom.The staff seemed to be nice and they were helpful. The community has a nice menu and activities. We did not want a community that appeared to be dark and we were not happy with the environment. Families might want to see this community for the options of care
My dear friend has recently made the move into this community and so far things have been going well for her. The staff made the transition easy and I am comfortable with the quality of care that she has been receiving. She has had no complaints about the meals and is making the best of her time there so far. Overall it has been a perfect fit and we are very happy with the outcome.
We toured this community for the care for my mom. We like the environment. We like that they were able to give me the information that was needed. We would recommend that families tour this community. We wanted a community that had a different type of environment at this time.
We like this community for the excellent care and the wonderful staff that are very caring. The menu is outstanding and I like knowing that she likes the menu. We are happy that she is active with the other residents in a lot of the wonderful activities that are offered. We have recommended this community to others looking for a great value for outstanding care.
The staff at this community where very friendly to my loved one and I during our tour and gave us lots of great information of there facility and everything they had to offer. The building was east to navigate through and they had lots of great amenities available to all of the residents. I would defiantly recommend this place to anyone interested.
I toured this community for the care for my father. The staff were nice and did answer the questions. The community was clean and they did offer activities to the residents. My father said that he did not feel as comfortable here. I would suggest that families tour this community for the care of a loved one.
I also toured Brookdale Southgate. The person that took me around was very friendly, but the place was very confined and dark. There were long dark hallways. My thought was, if I was going to be in an apartment all day, I want to be able to leave and go somewhere like a nice courtyard or a walking trail. This facility did not provide that.
Great facility--to far away--on other side of St. George.
On our initial tour we saw that this is not like a nursing home. So far it is going really good for my mom. She is doing physical therapy now and soon she will be able to participate in the activities they offer. I like that they can line up all her doctor appointments and take her to to where she needs to go. She is not too happy with her meals but they are working to add what she likes. I would recommend this community to those who need it.
My mom is doing fine since moving into the community. The are fine in keeping the community clean and giving very good care. She is happy with the activities and the meals that is served. I picked them because they are very close and accessible and clean. The price was best for us too.
During my tour of the Brookdale Southgate, I noticed that the place was not very clean. I did not like the energy there. When the tour guide took me to see the apartment, it was small and the bedroom did not have a window. Seeing this made my choice to choose another community a lot easier.
This is the one we are going with. Very and friendly and helpful, clean the right size, had everything my Mom likes.
The lady who gave us the tour was very nice. It seemed like a clean facility with happy people. They told us that my mom needed more attention and they were not a right fit for level of care. I appreciated their honesty and they were upfront.
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