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Value for cost
I would tell others to seriously consider this community. The service is worth the money. This is a good place for care for your loved one. Some of the activities available are: cooking, painting, bingo, trivia, cocktail time, and more for the residents to choose from.
We toured this community and the tour was very good. They answered all of our questions and were very informative. They were very accommodating and the staff was very helpful and friendly.
We chose Spring Arbor because I was familiar with the facility. I had done volunteer work here and I was very impressed. It is a clean, smaller facility and I feel very comfortable with my mother being taken care of here. The room sizes are good for what she needs. The overall appearance, cleanliness, and friendliness of the staff all looks great. I would absolutely recommend.
The is a great facility and charming interior. The security was excellent and the cleanliness impeccable. They had many activities going on and the patrons involved. The menu was excellent and was offering many great choices.
I would tell others that it is the best community. I've looked at all the communities in the area, it is the best value and best care in the area. The staff and training make a good place. The atmosphere makes it feel like home for the residents and families. They get to know all about the residents and what they need. They are very understanding of each resident and family and how it relates. This allows each resident to feel love and to be comfortable within the community. I have had the pleasure to visit at different times of the day and see the entire staff in action. Regardless of the resident's level of ability the staff encourages the residents to participate in the activities offered. The food is standard, American fare. It is tailored to what the residents will eat. They do know what the residents prefer to eat. This allows the community to try to individualize the meals to each resident taste. They are opening two more memory care cottages. I'm excited to have the opportunity for my loved one move to a new cottage.
The community is only one floor and the community is smaller. The communication is good and they keep us well informed and up to date. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
We had a virtual tour, where a person did a nice walkthrough so we could see pretty much everything in real time. It was a big facility, and I thought it looked clean and nice. They gave a lot of information. I was impressed with how concerned they were about the residents and the care they provide. The sales person was very positive with a lot of energy. They were a little more expensive and farther away. If not for those two things, they would have been in the running for sure.
A very useful virtual tour. Saw an actual vacant room in the assisted living section - adequate space, good arrangement for kitchenette w/microwave & stove, bathroom. Saw the various activity/common areas - plenty of space for a variety of activities. Saw dining room and a sample menu. Facility all on one floor, lots of space to walk. Staff seem friendly, but taking good precautions to prevent COVID infection.
All the places we have visited were outstanding but Spring Arbor of Frederick is the best. As with Chancellor's Village, I loved the Colonial Decor. It is pricey but like Chancellor's Village the Level of Care costs in Assisted Living are less than other facilities so if you believe it is slightly over your budget, you should pay a visit. What is most impressive is that members of the staff actually have placed their parents in the community and there is a great deal of staff longevity and low turnover. Both are excellent signs! Moreover, they also offer Memory Care on premises, so Aging in Place should be less of a hassle. Also, I encountered a couple of residents who were obviously mentally confused in Assisted Living (call it blissful confusion). That actually made me feel somewhat self assured as my father suffers a bit of vascular dementia as a result of his strokes and while I know Memory Care might/will become necessary down the road, it would appear that the staff is not "gung-ho," shall we say, to warehouse people and will strive to keep the residents independent as long as they are not a danger to themselves.
We were very pleased with Spring Arbor. It had many lovely public spaces. They will provide the care that my husband needs. Our search is over
Very nice facility! Clean, many residents not ambulatory. Very nice rooms with great amenities. Afraid my Mom would just hermit in her very nice room with her television and kitchenette. I'm a little concerned about the 2:30pm happy hour. My Mom has liver disease and my brothers mother-in-law's alcoholism was well fueled in assisted living. Not crazy about the rt 3 corridor location.
Spring Arbor was stunning. The community is just gorgeous. The residents we saw out and about all appeared to be happy and engaged in something. The units themselves were very nice and would work well for my mother. The price is at the high end of my range, but Spring Arbor will be one of my finalists.
The apartments are spacious and lad out well. The dining room is has plenty of room for wheelchairs, walkers and people to move around in. Overall the facility is pretty and welcoming. I can't say I'm happy with the medical part of this facility. You need to go with there provider to package the meds in a push pack. Our father was given the wrong medicine and the wrong amount on a number of occasions. Because dad is a veteran and he's med's are at a discount it is more of an expense for us to go though there provider. Dad is for the most part happy there.
My sister-in-law has been in assisted living at Spring Arbor for 11 months. It has become home for her and she has made friends and feels very comfortable there. The staff is friendly and the care is excellent. They have activities of which she has been a part. She is confined to a wheelchair and the aides are always available for her. I am very pleased with the facilities and the staff.
Entire facility is bright and cheerful with private rooms and helpful attendants. We have chosen this senior living option for the senior who we represent. We believe it will be a good place to be assisted in later years.
Loved this facility also. we were given a great tour and loved everything they had to offer.
My mother was a resident at Spring Arbor for three years until she passed away recently. Mom was a really great person, but she was not easy to satisfy. She had been in a few assisted living facilities and her standards were high - as were mine for her. Spring Arbor met all of our high standards - and then some. The staff is extremely well-trained and very kind and helpful. They genuinely loved Mom and it showed. Mom raved about the food. There were always activities going on. The place is spotless and the staff is so friendly. If I ever had a concern, they jumped right in and addressed it. Honestly, I can't imagine Mom being in a better place and I'm so glad she lived there.
Spring Arbor was a very lovely facility.What turned my dad away is they seemed to be understaffed when we toured. They were all in meetings and couldn't answer our questions. One perk for those are need more care is they offer a lot of handicapped rooms. My Dad didn't think he would fit in because a lot if the residents were sitting in wheelchairs. It's a gorgeous community but it felt more like a nursing home.
We have been very pleased with every aspect of Spring Arbor. My mother is getting wonderful care. There are many great activities to keep residents busy and engaged. The food is good and plentiful. I highly recommend Spring Arbor of Fredericksburg.
My Mom is now a resident of Spring Arbor. We have been very pleased with her care. She enjoys all the activities that are provided each day. All the staff are very caring and accommodating.
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