2331 Westside Boulevard Southeast, Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Get ready for Anita. .. If your parent/grandparent gets sick -- they're done for. If you have to request meals to the room, Anita will throw a fit and remind you that it's not their problem. It's "independent living", so it's basically an extremely overpriced apartment. The reviews here also seem to be from the employees themselves because a lot of the stuff posted either doesn't make sense, or is a bunch of flat out lies. If your parent/grandparent has arthritis or neuropathy, get ready for another surprise. The shower head is attached to a hose which can't be fixed in a straight position. So if they have a hard time gripping on to something for an extended period of time -- tough luck. Please take your time and research other places before dumping any senior in this place.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
I moved out here in June my wife died in March and I want ed to get away from Kansas City Missouri. I think this is a wonderful place I have a beautiful view of the mountains and the park above it is just a wonderful place to live.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
This place has been a blessing for our mom...exactly what she needed to live well.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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