The Peaks, A Senior Living Community

3150 Winding Brook Road Flagstaff AZ 86001

866-465-5993

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The Peaks Senior Living Community has served Northern Arizona since 2000 with independent and assisted living, sub acute rehabilitation, and memory care. Nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, seniors have everything they need to thrive in a breathtaking environment. The Peaks is created in the spirit of the American Arts & Craft style, and is unique among senior living communities.

In partnership with Northern Arizona Health Care (umbrella for the Flagstaff and Verde Valley Medical Centers) we also have a close affiliation with the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Northern Arizona University. Located on 40 acres of ponderosa pine, our campus features bungalow residences, a Lodge with independent and assisted living apartments, and a skilled care center.

Stop in for a tour and lunch and experience our fine dining or life engaging activities.

Pricing at The Peaks, A Senior Living Community

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Private
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Semi-Private
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*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.

Reviews of The Peaks, A Senior Living Community

2.7 of 5 Average rating
7 Reviews
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(4) A Place For Mom
(3) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Loved this place

    We had a wonderful experience here. The staff is attentive and amazing. The food is delicious and there is a great variety. The Healthcare center was a great experience as well. Its great to know my loved one could come back home from the hospital and rehab. She was able to visit her pets. Just all around great place. Views to die for.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Loved this place

    We had a wonderful experience here. The staff is attentive and amazing. The food is delicious and there is a great variety. The Healthcare center was a great experience as well. Its great to know my loved one could come back home from the hospital and rehab. She was able to visit her pets. Just all around great place. Views to die for.

  • Dementia? Don't come here.

    The Peaks is presented as a facility in which professionals care for loved ones who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Nothing is farther from the truth. DO NOT TAKE YOUR FAMILY MEMBER HERE IF THEY SUFFER FROM DEMENTIA!! After a professional from The Peaks visited the previous memory care facility where [name removed] was living and interviewed him and the staff that took care of him, our loved one was accepted with smiles and warmth and we happily moved him into The Peaks. Within 2 months time, he was asked to leave. The reason still remains a mystery as no staff member witnessed the event. A resident’s husband who said he saw [name removed] manhandle another resident made the claim. The story is unclear and conflicting as we were told the manhandled person was walking with “Bill” and then we were told that this person was in a wheelchair. The evening the event occurred, 911 were called and we were told after the fact by a caregiver, that [name removed] scared at least 4 firefighters. [Name removed] is an 83-year-old man who weighs 180lbs and must use a walker to stand. Oh… and he has Alzheimer’s disease. The caregiver made this determination because she observed the firefighters backing away when [name removed] became agitated. Her advise to them was to not back away and that they must stand their ground against him. The firefighters were exhibiting professional behavior regarding an agitated demented elderly man allowing him to calm down, whereas she did not have the training to understand this Best practice. He was then made to be taken to the ER for evaluation and was discharged several hours later. On return, he was more confused than ever. No investigation, no process, no discussion with us, the doctor from The Peaks determined he had to leave. The doctor has never met [name removed]. The Executive Director stated that she has a tenuous working relationship with this doctor. We heard from a caregiver that other residents and resident’s families are afraid of [name removed]. HIPPA violation? We observed the exact opposite response from residents and families alike. We were unable to move [name removed] immediately (we moved him within the week) and so his 83 year old wife who lives over 2 hours away was made to leave her dog home alone for two days and travel to The Peaks in order to babysit [name removed] during the day because The Peaks are understaffed. She was also made to sleep on a cot in [name removed]'s room overnight in a locked memory care floor amongst other residents. Liability? On the day of the move, the staff involved was conspicuously absent. We are very happy to be rid of this facility. We have learned that all the bells and whistles and prettiness can’t cover lack of training, patience and good care. Perhaps the ambiance is more for the family than the patient? Be sure to ask about the A La Carte charges. That’s a whole other ball of wax. Oh, one last thing… it wasn’t until [name removed] was firmly ensconced at The Peaks that we were informed that you have to provide your own toilet paper. Classy.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Dementia? Don't come here.

    The Peaks is presented as a facility in which professionals care for loved ones who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Nothing is farther from the truth. DO NOT TAKE YOUR FAMILY MEMBER HERE IF THEY SUFFER FROM DEMENTIA!! After a professional from The Peaks visited the previous memory care facility where [name removed] was living and interviewed him and the staff that took care of him, our loved one was accepted with smiles and warmth and we happily moved him into The Peaks. Within 2 months time, he was asked to leave. The reason still remains a mystery as no staff member witnessed the event. A resident’s husband who said he saw [name removed] manhandle another resident made the claim. The story is unclear and conflicting as we were told the manhandled person was walking with “Bill” and then we were told that this person was in a wheelchair. The evening the event occurred, 911 were called and we were told after the fact by a caregiver, that [name removed] scared at least 4 firefighters. [Name removed] is an 83-year-old man who weighs 180lbs and must use a walker to stand. Oh… and he has Alzheimer’s disease. The caregiver made this determination because she observed the firefighters backing away when [name removed] became agitated. Her advise to them was to not back away and that they must stand their ground against him. The firefighters were exhibiting professional behavior regarding an agitated demented elderly man allowing him to calm down, whereas she did not have the training to understand this Best practice. He was then made to be taken to the ER for evaluation and was discharged several hours later. On return, he was more confused than ever. No investigation, no process, no discussion with us, the doctor from The Peaks determined he had to leave. The doctor has never met [name removed]. The Executive Director stated that she has a tenuous working relationship with this doctor. We heard from a caregiver that other residents and resident’s families are afraid of [name removed]. HIPPA violation? We observed the exact opposite response from residents and families alike. We were unable to move [name removed] immediately (we moved him within the week) and so his 83 year old wife who lives over 2 hours away was made to leave her dog home alone for two days and travel to The Peaks in order to babysit [name removed] during the day because The Peaks are understaffed. She was also made to sleep on a cot in [name removed]'s room overnight in a locked memory care floor amongst other residents. Liability? On the day of the move, the staff involved was conspicuously absent. We are very happy to be rid of this facility. We have learned that all the bells and whistles and prettiness can’t cover lack of training, patience and good care. Perhaps the ambiance is more for the family than the patient? Be sure to ask about the A La Carte charges. That’s a whole other ball of wax. Oh, one last thing… it wasn’t until [name removed] was firmly ensconced at The Peaks that we were informed that you have to provide your own toilet paper. Classy.

  • Peaks no longer Premier

    We had about 6 years experience with The Peaks and a family member living there. Initially it was operated in conjunction with The Museum Of Northern Arizona. Upon walking through the front entrance one might first think that is still the case. The Director was a lovely woman who was a long time flagstaff resident. Unfortunately, as I’ve been told, her elderly mother needed care in Phoenix and she moved closer to help her. Enter [name removed], the new Director. The Goodman Group, management company, possibly came about this same time as well. The warm Feeling we had in the beginning was gone. There was a lot of turnover in staff. We had always heard that The Peaks was “The Premier Senior Living Facility”. After our second family member started to decline, much communication with the nursing staff, we moved our family member to a “group home” that was recommended by the Hospice agency. We had always thought a “group home” was a step down. What a mistake that was for us! Suddenly there were 4 residents with at least 2 caregivers, often 3. We had truly personal attention. It’s sad the decline that has manifested at The Peaks in the assisted living side. Would never in good conscience suggest someone move their family member there.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Peaks no longer Premier

    We had about 6 years experience with The Peaks and a family member living there. Initially it was operated in conjunction with The Museum Of Northern Arizona. Upon walking through the front entrance one might first think that is still the case. The Director was a lovely woman who was a long time flagstaff resident. Unfortunately, as I’ve been told, her elderly mother needed care in Phoenix and she moved closer to help her. Enter [name removed], the new Director. The Goodman Group, management company, possibly came about this same time as well. The warm Feeling we had in the beginning was gone. There was a lot of turnover in staff. We had always heard that The Peaks was “The Premier Senior Living Facility”. After our second family member started to decline, much communication with the nursing staff, we moved our family member to a “group home” that was recommended by the Hospice agency. We had always thought a “group home” was a step down. What a mistake that was for us! Suddenly there were 4 residents with at least 2 caregivers, often 3. We had truly personal attention. It’s sad the decline that has manifested at The Peaks in the assisted living side. Would never in good conscience suggest someone move their family member there.

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