10234 N 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021
The Park at 7th Avenue is a charming assisted living community located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, where warm weather abounds. Our serene, spacious community is located adjacent to a community park where residents may enjoy the fresh, desert breeze and mountain views. Phoenix is a historic gateway to cultural and natural wonders and a perfect location for visiting family members.
Recognizing that emotional well-being and physical care go hand in hand, The Park at 7th Avenue is committed to providing residents with an appropriate level of freedom with which to enjoy the lush, well-landscaped grounds. Residents enjoy an enhanced quality of life within a customized, home-like atmosphere, where visitors are always welcome. Just minutes from area hospitals, The Park at 7th Avenue provides a high level of care sure to nurture our residents both emotionally and physically.
In addition to providing for the medical and physical needs of our residents, our community is includes the following amenities and offerings:
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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This facility has some potential. It looks like it used to be a motel. With individual room units close to the mountain, lovely trees and singing birds, it is a good location. When we visited, several residents were cheerfully mingling outside or playing a game at a picnic table. However the place needs a lot of renovation. The quoted price, $2500-$3000/mo, seems high in light of the facility's condition. The representative mentioned that many residents are "low income", and so are subsidized by a government program, Arizona Long Term Care. I believe that is their target market. Otherwise they could never charge that price, the same as some much nicer facilities. This subsidized care could be a good solution for some low income folks.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
He seems to be doing pretty well. I know he has had some difficulties adjusting initially, but things are working out pretty well so far. I just left him not too long ago and he was sitting in the dining room getting ready to eat.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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