1250 Route 11, Sunapee, NH 03782
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The community was always very clean. Everyone was very friendly from the nurses to the maintenance team. They were all very kind and happy although they did seem to be a little understaffed at times. We felt like Sunapee Cove Assisted Living was an excellent value for the price.
My mom has adjusted to Sunapee cove with help from the staff. She likes it there because of activities each day and the menu choices. The staff are caring, attentive to each resident and try to get them to participate in all activities. I visit often and they are always great to the residents.
Very attentive and helpful staff during my father's 2+ years there. They were all very accommodating as his needs changed over time, and he was quite happy with his care at SC till the end. The staff and nurses also kept his family well informed of his health issues. If my mother ever agrees to go to assisted living, this would be my first choice in the area (we had scouted several other facilities before my father became a resident)
My Dad was one of the first residents at Sunapee Cove. He had just lost the love of his life and it was a very tough adjustment for him. The Nursing Staff was exceptional in there care and concern for his adjustment to his new life. Dad just recently passed away after living at SC for 4 years. He lived through many changes at the Cove but always had great care. It’s not easy being a single man where there are a great number of woman and several couples but the staff always made him feel “at home:”. There were so many activities and outings that he could participate in. Once they went apple picking then came home and made pies! He loved getting dressed up for the Halloween party and was always looking for a dancing partner! Our family could not have found a better place for Dad to live. He spent many years on Lake Sunapee and his room overlooked the Lake. Did I mention the food! I loved eating there myself! Always good choices and always willing to take suggestions. Everyone who worked at Sunapee Cove became my Dad’s family and we couldn’t ask for anything more.
Awesome!!!!! This is the NUMBER ONE RETIREMENT Home in this area!!
I had a good tour of this community. Everything went well, this is a nice community. The staff was very kind, and friendly. The community looked very nice, and well-kept. Unfortunately my mother was not ready to move into a community, but our tour went well.
Most staff are nice but nursing truly is a deficiency. With the facility now full, they have had to bring on new staff that are not well trained and oftentimes they are short staffed. At this point, residents are more treated as numbers as opposed to people. It's a beautiful setting but the care is truly poor.
The staff is fantastic but the nursing staff leaves much to be desired. My parents been here for a month and a half. Overall I expected a little more from the nursing staff. The facility itself is very clean and everyone is friendly.
The initial visit was very positive. We felt welcome from the beginning. The opportunity to meet with current residents was an excellent introduction to the advantages of choosing the Sunapee Cove Assisted Living community.
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