1471 Long Pond Road, Rochester, NY 14626
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A special thank You to [name removed] and all the staff I met at the Village. It was a very warm, thoughtful, all embracing tour. I loved the focus on food and entertainment especially music so readily offered at the Village. I came away feeling well informed. Very appreciative that the Village is there!
The environment is gorgeous around the facility. They have 3 restaurants here and she loves the food, they get a $300 included in their package when you move in to spend on food. They have a lot of activities going on as well, there is always something happening. They have a movie theater, so my mom goes everyday at 2 and watches a movie that they show. They also provide transportation to grocery stores and doctors appointments. They are on the unity campus and everything is super convenient to residents. It is a really nice facility and they provide a lot, I would highly recommend them.
Virtual tour was very informative and helpful. Excellent tour guide! Really got a sense that this is a community of excellence.
They don't offer activities, if the residents don't put the activities on, then it happens. Otherwise the community cancels a lot of activities. There is no activity director. I wouldn't recommend this community. I feel the high management is rude. I feel they false advertise. I didn't have a lock on my balcony door and there . The appliances should have been matching and they weren't. The residents are pretty friendly. The higher up office staff are rude. The higher up maintenance man was horrible, due to them entering my apartment at anytime. I signed a paper unless it is an emergency and then they could enter only. They had a staff member in the exercise class only, that I was aware of. They had a corner market in the community. Since they didn't have a staff member (who was a volunteer) and then the residents had to run it. So the store had to shut down eventually.
They kept us totally shut down due to COVID, until a month ago. We had zero cases of COVID, in about 258 apartments, 20 assisted living, and 20 memory care. The community has been great. The shuttle is nice due to it being convenient for travel around the buildings. The transportation will take you to doctor appointments. They have delivered every meal to us due to COVID. They have three restaurants on site. There are lots of services on site as well.
It seems to be a large, vibrant community. The only improvement I could see now is that the residents haven't been able to socialize during the dinner-time, according to my father-in-law. They were giving meals in their rooms due to COVID, and do have the option to go to the dining room. The seating of individuals at tables during meals seemed to be a practice to the pandemic. In the prior communities they grouped residents together to join at dinner table. My father-in-law enjoyed this, as he is social and helped him meet new people.
They have been very conscientious during the Covid-19 pandemic. My loved one's apartment is always clean when we visit. The staff is wonderful and very friendly. My loved one likes the activities they have available a lot as well.
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