8810 Horizon Boulevard Northeast, Albuquerque, NM 87113
The Village at Alameda is and assisted living community located in Albuquerque, NM. Absolutely breathtaking to behold, this assisted living community has a look to it that draws the eye, and it commands attention. This community offers access to area attractions and to the natural beauty that this area provides.
The Village at Alameda provides residents with the support that they need to continue to live their lives in the way that they would like to. Our staff provides all of our residents with the caring support that they need to get through each day. Whether a senior is in need of help moving from their wheelchair to their bed or they are faced with the need for emergency assistance of some kind, our staff is available to help out.
In addition to offering a great building that is located in a beautiful area and providing our residents with a caring staff, we also offer the following:
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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The Village at Alameda is a very friendly community. I am a health care professional and I found their care to be a cut above. The staff and my mother’s fellow residents were very welcoming when she moved there from out of state. With about 75 residents the facility is large enough to offer a variety of activities and social opportunities, yet small enough for staff to get to know the residents well. There are certain caregivers who consistently lead the way to go above and beyond. When you see the passion they bring to their care, it gives a level of comfort to both residents and family. There is a range of different sizes and layouts for the apartments and we moved my mother into a unit that was perfect for her needs. Housekeeping and laundry services are included in these pet-friendly apartments. Public areas and grounds are appealing and well-kept. The inviting dining room with small tables, a large fireplace, salad bar and rotating menus can also accommodate in-room tray delivery. The Village staff coordinated caregiving very well with our hospice team and our family. We were kept informed constantly regarding my mother’s care and condition, which allowed us to be fully involved in her evolving needs. While moving a loved one to assisted living is often stressful for families, the staff and management of the Village eased that process considerably for all of us. We highly recommend The Village at Alameda for when time come when this level of care is needed for a loved one.
My parents have lived there for 4 years and we couldn't be happier. The director is wonderful and responsive to all their needs. We are so grateful to the staff who really care about our parents. We are thankful that they are in a place where we don't have to worry about their care and they are glad to be there.
My dad and step-mom have lived at the Village for 4 years and we have been blessed to have them cared for in such a great facility. [Name removed] and the staff have always worked to meet their needs as they have changed over the years. They work well the families and are responsive to our needs. It is so comforting to know that they are in such a wonderful place.
[name removed] was a sweetheart. We also enjoyed meeting and visiting with the director. Nice décor, inviting patios, great activities and an all around nice facility. Balloon Park is a wonderful and colorful asset next to this place
I was impressed with the staff and the facility. This is the one I selected for the respite care we needed. The respite care room was close to the dining room and activity area and staff to patient ratio were good.
Strong Points: Nice sized rooms; very good views of the mountains and Albuquerque skies as you walk around or wheel around the grounds; sunny, cheery dining room with lots of windows; salad bar available at lunch and dinner in addition to meals, and also a menu from which one can make a selection if the dinner choice does not suit you; residents enjoy bingo, poker, and frequent music programs; transportation for medical appointments is available two days a week; chief administrator and senior staff are very caring towards residents and their families. Weak Points: Staff turnover is a real problem. Resident assistants change frequently, and this detracts from resident care, as it takes time for new staff to learn the needs of each resident. Training is lacking for new resident assistants, this again detracts from resident care, particularly for those residents whose level of functioning is somewhat lower
Everything is going very well! The staff are very accommodating and the facility is kept very clean and well maintained. I also appreciate the fact that the communication between myself and the staff is very good.
Great facility in quiet setting with caring staff.
This was a nice community when we visited. The people we met during our tour were nice. This community does accept medicaid. The community seemed clean and they do offer daily activities.
They are genuine and just showed the facility and how it worked, not try to sell us something. They help my mom with 3 meals a day, getting around, and with medication. It is very nice and she has improved. In 3 months she is now showering herself and using her walker. They have large hallways which makes it very easy to get through, it makes a big difference. Mom generally she finds the meals okay and able to get another options if needed. For the price it was our best option and it seemed to be a little better staffed than the other facilities on the weekend.
The care has been very well for my mom here. All the staff and caregivers are nice and easy to converse with and many have been there for years. The community does a good job cleaning the grounds, the public areas, and my mom's room. She is satisfied with the meal options and taste. The staff worked with us on some special needs my mom has. The space is sunny and cheerful, many activities to choose from. We carefully reviewed four options, this was our number one choice and we have no regrets.
Everything seems to be going well since moving my mother to The Village at Alameda. She is adjusting well, developing a routine and making friends. The community is very well managed and the staff is friendly and happy. I feel that if the staff is happy and satisfied then it makes for a much more pleasant environment. There are many available activities to engage the residents and so far our family is very pleased with our choice.
They did very well in a lot of areas at the Village At Alameda and added some veteran recognition and did some other new things because they had a new activities director and she seemed to be pretty innovative.
The staff always keeps me informed how my mom is doing.
We toured this community when we were looking into senior living options for a loved one. This was a nice looking community, and everyone we spoke with seemed friendly. However, it wasn't quite the level of care that our loved one needed. She also would not have been able to bring her little dog, which was one of our main requirements.
They’re top notch! They were very caring and they took care of my parents very well. I ate there several times and it was usually pretty good, but there were occasions where it wasn’t as good, but it was never bad. It’s a great environment with good staff.
I love that it is a community. It's a small facility so the staff knows all the residents and it's very warm and friendly. She is has her own apartment but she uses assistance for various things like bathing and meals. She has a refrigerator and a sink but all the cooking is done in the main kitchen. My mom love the food! She doesn't really use the activities, but they have many. They have painting, bingo, exercise, etc.
Love Cheryll. The facility is great, but the rooms are very small and outdated. This was one of our top two choices, but my Grandmother would not be able to fit most of her belongings in the studio that was in our price range. She is not going to be satisfied if we have to store most of her belongings.
Near Balloon Fiesta Park!!! Near condo.
Very nice, affordable, clean, good location. Residents seem happy and very interactive. Only concern is her safety as there seems to be no way to ensure that she will not wander off outside.
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