2030 Laura Duncan Rd, Apex, NC 27539
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My parents' magnanimous welcome to The Reserve began months before move-in day! My dad is 90, who miraculously recovered from Covid, and my mom is 85 with some dementia. They lived all there adult lives in Brooklyn, NY in the same house for over 60 years; now they needed a little extra help to continue living independently. Add to this that my parents are Italian and speak broken English, they were very anxious about leaving everything that was familiar to move to another State. I had to find the right "fit" for my parents. By the grace of God, I found The Reserve and was greeted by [name removed], Dir of Sales/Marketing. We sat down and she explained the mission of The Reserve is to serve residents with dignity, respect, and love. Every feature at The Reserve is designed to create a loving home for residents filled with human interaction, comfort, safety, delicious food, and fun activities. The entire staff, from the Executive Director to housekeeping, work as a team committed to creating an environment of joy! Next, [name removed] met with my parents several times showing them the apartments, grounds, and activity rooms to ease their worries. Moreover, she introduced them to [name removed], the Life Enrichment Coordinator and [name removed], Chef, to reassure them that life here would be fun and the food scrumptious! Food is really important to my Italian parents. [name removed], the Executive Director and [name removed] helped us decide on the best option-- Independent or Assisted Living. After we chose The Reserve, [name removed] was exceptionally accommodating in helping us upfit the apartment before move-in day. He took lots and lots of time answering all our questions. On move-in day as my parents entered through the doors, they were greeted with applause and cheers! My parents felt like celebrities. My parents room is spacious and beautiful. My mother can now be among her things again without all the responsibility of managing it all on her own. My dad can relax and know that he is in a safe place just in case he needs help. And I can relax knowing that they are treated with respect and loving care. In the first two days of living at The Reserve, my parents are smiling ear to ear. In fact, to make them feel especially welcome, my dad received a call from [name removed] senior chef under whom he trained in Italy to welcome him "home" in his native Italian language!! My dad asked for a haircut and an appointment was made immediately. As he walked out of the salon, everyone commented on how handsome he looked. My dad beamed.[name removed], Activities Coordinator for IL, rolled out the red carpet and walked them through the facility again explaining everything in great detail and made sure that the apartment was "Alexa-enabled" to assure that if they needed emergency help, it was one short command away. All the residents greeted my parents and looked forward to getting to know them better. We made the right decision in choosing The Reserve!!!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The community is friendly, accommodating, and the residence is well cared for. The food is very good and the rooms are amazing. The good-sized, plenty of storage, bathrooms are spacious, great appliance, and decorated well. I would recommend this community to others.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
It is an absolutely beautiful community!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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