815 E Inskip Dr, Knoxville, TN 37912
Continuum Courtyards is a small, family - style community. We have 16 private rooms. We do accept couples. We have a large sunroom surrounded by three walls of windows, an enclosed yard and a vegetable garden. Our home is set in a residential community and is surrounded by huge old trees. We have been remodeled with all new furniture, carpet and paint. We pride ourselves on our family atmosphere and how involved the residents are with each other. We are all-inclusive, with cable television provided. The only expenses, above the rent, are medications and telephone (if one is desired). The rooms are approximately 245 sq. with two large double windows in each room. The windows offer lovely views. Our home is all on one level with no steps and no elevators.
We pride ourselves on living the Eden Alternative way, with the residents and families helping to make the decisions that guide their lives and form their enviornment. All of our administrators are Eden certifiied and offer our residents, their families and our employees the very best of our world.
Our residents do not live in our workplace - we work in their HOME!
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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The courtyard for assisting living on Inskip road is absolutely awful. They hire people who don't care for one and who just wants to stay on there phone. They have had to fire the last manager due to lack of care and the nurse that hands out the meds wAs fired from a previous place cause of mishandling the meds. My grandmother was put here by my grandfather who was stupid to believe this sick place, they lie to u and manipulate you into thinking they are taking care of the patients. They don't watch them, when the people come during the day to see their loved ones they put on a front like they care but once u leave or your not on there ass yourself, they will stay on their phones the whole time or go outside for a smoke break. I came in one night to see my grandmother and she was locked in a closet on the floor crying, I asked the women where she was and she said in her bed, I had to look for my grandmother is several rooms before I heard a loud cry from a closet, just horrible and horrific. Your just asking for them to slowly kill your loved ones if you place them there, but hey some families want that, most people wouldn't even come see there loved ones and just leave them there to die. Each person living there would even cuss at the workers cause of how violent they would be to them. I've reported this place numerous times. They also try to keep people there who have severe Alzheimer's that don't need to be there at all just so they can have more money in their pocket. Moral of story don't put your loved ones here at all.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Please take my advice and do not place your precious loved ones at this facility. Both of my parents fell ill at the same time.Being an only child with a small child of my own and a full time job, I was forced to place them at this facility because it was the most affordable. I now understand why all of the other assisted living facilities are twice the price of this dump. Their staffing is minimal and includes LPNs that have to be shared between the "houses" at night, so there is no licensed nurse on premises at times. The assistant staff is what you would expect, I suppose, (neck tattoos, bad teeth, etc.)in this neighborhood and for the low wages offered. They are pleasant enough, though. My main issue is that when my mother passed away, I was sent a pro-rated bill that included the interim 3 days between her death and when I came to collect her belongings. No one informed me that I would be charged rent during this time and I do not think it is fair to expect someone to come clean out their deceased family member's belongings immediately or be charged $92 per day. The hospital bed was a rental and had already been picked up. All that remained was clothing in the closet which could have easily been boxed up in the event they had someone beating the door down to rent the room, which I'm sure they did not. I asked for proof that they had turned away residents because the room was not completely empty and was refused, presumably because it does not exist. They are just trying to grab the last little bit of money they can because that's what they are about--money not caring for your loved ones.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The Courtyards Senior Living Assisted Living Facility is TOP NOTCH! I encourage everyone to look at their website and their Facebook to see first hand a beautiful home with a very caring and active community. [removed] [removed]Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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