1 Perry Rd, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
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The Summit has been a wonderful choice for my parents. They are 79 and 90, but were reluctant to leave their large house and their independence. And although moving to a small apartment and into a community with some rules has been a challenge, they are adjusting well. The Summit is beautiful, clean and tasteful. The staff and residents are friendly and kind without being overbearing. There are loads of activities for those that are interested, but there is no pressure to participate. The Summit provides no healthcare, meals or housekeeping, but you can bring any of that in. My parents have hired cleaners, people to do their errands and chores, and helpers. Healthcare is close at hand, and The Summit has pull cords in each unit that call the local EMTs directly. Each unit is well equipped with older residents in mind. And they have a beautiful pool! I cannot say enough positive things about the place. We are so grateful to have found it.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Everything was very attractive. I was pleasantly surprised at how roomy the apartment was. The scheduled activities were beyond my expectations. The wooded setting is very much like my surroundings at home.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Very clean, friendly. Did not see a lot of people - wonder on the social life is there.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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