6155 Stone Valley Dr, Reno, NV 89523
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Our experience with Stone Valley has been a 10+. Starting from our initial tour which was beautiful and the marketing gentlemen who worked with us, he was fabulous. The care takers are attentive and compassionate. I am just so happy that our loved one is there. All of the staff are fabulous, and the maintenance team is on top of everything. The food is excellent. We just cannot say enough good things about Stone Valley.
The admin team is very helpful and accommodating, and the other staff is very friendly and helpful also. The community is neat and clean and I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
Layout is very nice. Tour director was very informative. There seemed to be something “off” and I think they were understaffed.
Things change each day. Know what you're doing. Keep calling and calling about loved one. You will be handling medical stuff on your own, the community won't help you. They won't take over the care of your loved one like they say they would. Keep a paper trail.
The staff is very nice, and they communicate well with the family. I would definitely recommend this community to others
I like the people that are there Tom was wonderful helping us find a place for my loved one. This was great. I called to check on my loved one, and the nurse that answered let me know that my loved one was in the quarantine area. I called the Director of the Community, since I was never called about these changes. The director let me know that my loved one only had a scratchy throat, a small cough. The personal caregiver for my loved one called me and said my loved one was on an antibiotic due to an infection. The community never called to let me know of these changes either. I was able to visit my loved one, and at the time they didn't have their teeth in their mouth. The caregiver called me again, to let me know the community couldn't find my loved one's teeth almost 3 months later after my visit. The only person keeping me informed in the personal caregiver.
After the care had changed we ended up here in the memory care. They accommodate Alzheimer. I helped pick it out and we had another friend there with a positive experience, We felt that it would be best for her here.
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