421 Oak Avenue, Waterloo, IA 50703
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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My mom is so happy at the Rose. When at home she was closing herself off from people, now she is involved in the activities. I am impressed with the cleanliness of the entire place. The staff is always very friendly, and say hello as we come to visit. I would definitely recommend The Rose to anyone looking for a place to call home, because that is what it is HOME!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This is a lovely community and I am very pleased. Everything at this community looks great and nice and clean. There isn't much staff because these are senior apartments and I am still very much independent. The other residents are nice and friendly. The community is great and I have adjusted well to it.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My father loves it here, and everything is working out pretty well. This is a lovely community, they do a very good job with the cleanliness. The staff is very good, they have been very friendly and helpful to my father. At the moment they are working to get another activities director. The meals are fair. I'am pleased with everything they have done for us. This is a community I would recommend. they are caring for my father very well.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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