6041 Kingman Ave, Buena Park, CA 90621
The Cottage at Artesia Gardens is a beautiful family owned residential facility located in Buena Park, California. It is a clean, elegant facility providing a home like atmosphere with spacious rooms inside and beautiful gardens outside. Our facility is secure, so residents are free to enjoy and explore the picturesque landscape outside. We offer month to month fees and there is no long term contract. Our facility is open to seniors 55 and older who require assisted living. We cater to people with Alzheimer's disease and other disorders. We have well trained staff members who offer assistance 24 hours a day. We offer healthy and delicious home cooked meals, as well as a variety of meals for modified diets. We also offer assistance on personal hygiene, as well as beauty, cleaning and laundry service. We offer a fun loving environment with lots of activities scheduled throughout the day. We have a monthly calendar filled with activities which is available to residents. We also conveniently offer in home physician and dentist services. Our facility also offers respite and hospice services as requested. We are open twenty four hours a day, and have open hours for visitation. Come over, and have a...
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We chose The Cottages because it was recommended to us. The price was also good for the value we were getting. Int he end it turned out to be an excellent place. The staff are great at what they do and are amazing with the residents. They really seem devoted and are comforting and caring, they spend a lot of quality time with them. I would absolutely recommend.
It depends on the person. It is a bigger community and and there was a lot of hustle and bustle. For my mom, it was too much for. The quality of the care was good. The food was fine. I would recommend this community for the right person. We chose this community because after we toured a bunch of communities, this was overall. the best price, location, and everything else offered was fine at the time.
Nice people, smaller than most.
Good friendly people
This community is just remodeled and it is nice and clean. The staff is phenomenal they are what makes it so great. The outside is nice and they can go out and roam around it is secured. The food is adequate and nutritious they offer snacks in between meals. I would recommend this to my friends and family.
They were the only community who would take my father-in-law because of his needs. The staff have been providing the right level of care and they are mainly helping him walk again. I have not seen improvement but they are taking it easy on him. We had a Christmas dinner with him and it was a good meal. He is doing good in his new home here.
I have nothing but high scores for them. I would give them 20 out of 5 if I could. They are just so professional, and it was a blessing, all of it was just a blessing. They have very personalized service. It's larger than where she was before, but that place didn't know who she was. Here they know who she is, and what she did today, to the detail. They have great communication, They had an earthquake there and they noticed that I hadn't called, because I hadn't known about it, and they made it a point to call me.
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