204 East 1700 N, North Ogden, UT 84404
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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I cannot say enough about the quality of care my wife of 69 years is receiving at The Lodge in general, but particularly in their memory care facility. While I have occasion to interact with those who have their family member in assisted living, fellow visitors with whom I meet visiting their loved ones feel as strongly as I do. My definition of quality is the difference between what you expect and what you get. The Lodge is way beyond what I expected. From [name removed] the director on down to the staff in memory care, they all fawn over my wife. One of the front office staff even pursued getting us through the daunting task of dealing with our Long Term Insurane company set up and approving our claims. LTC insurance companies can be anal in the approval process, and from what I have learned, they are all that way.
The community is very nice, new, and beautiful. The value is good compared to other memory care communities in the area. The staff is very friendly and they have activities going on to engage the residence. I would recommend this community based on my experience.
The activities are limited due to covid, but we do believe they are doing their very best to keep the residents engaged.
Although they are brand new, they didn't feel like the right fit for my mom. I didn't feel the same passion as we did at another community. Although, I myself wouldn't mind living there.
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