1445 Expo Pkwy, Sacramento, CA 95815
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The Woodlake was one of our top runners. It has a very nice atmosphere and the residents and staff members that we spoke to were friendly. Out of all the places we looked at, this one had the best room. The only reason we did not choose this facility was because they did not provide diabetic care.
We toured at The Woodlake a couple of different times, and we thought it was very nice. It was one of our top choices when we were still focusing on assisted living. We thought they had a good program, and the facility was very nice, bright, and clean. We were impressed with the staff. They were very nice, and very accommodating. We liked that they had plenty of activities. And they also had a nice perk we didn't see at other places - they had a guest room available for rent for your out-of-town/overnight visitors, sort of like a hotel. We ended up choosing another facility that had a concierge doctor service and was closer to us, but we really liked The Woodlake.
Seemed expensive but a nice place. Will need some more info on the pricing and if they also add level of care pricing.
The Woodlake is a beautiful facility. Easy drive from my home in West Sacramento. Pros: Both Assisted Living and Memory Care units felt very homey. Staff look happy - not stressed. Residents looked comfortable and content. My tour was at 1:30, so after lunch. I was pleased to see more activity than at other facilities I have toured….a good number of residents in the common areas. Many more were reportedly enjoying the movie. The ‘apartments’ are spacious and the shared bathroom is well-appointed. If in doubt about a single or double/shared apartment, the configuration of the shared apartment at The Woodlake is probably the best of two worlds because each suite has a bedroom with a shared bath in-between. Cons: I am a bit concerned about the food. I asked to see the lunch menu and it looked like mostly sandwiches. My mom is not a sandwich fan and although she does not eat much, good food is important to her. Overall I think this is a stellar facility with great attention to detail and an ‘OPAL’ program which clearly has been carefully developed and implemented to maximize the potential for a positive resident experience. I liked the room location they currently had available for my mom, which was based on a preliminary assessment of her needs. Pricing is competitive. The Woodlake is at the top of my list for now. Thank you to [name removed] and A Place For Mom.
From our understanding our loved one is very happy with the food. The activities are coming back so there is plenty to do if you want to participate. We are getting a good bargain, it is brand new and our loved one is getting good service.
We did an in person tour and the community was very nice. We were treated very well, and the location is very close to where we live. It was more expensive then what we were looking for but the set up was very nice. They have a shared bathroom, but you would have your own private bedroom.
My Mom has been in assisted living for 3+ years. I have appreciated all those who have supported my Mom over the years. It wasn't until I moved my Mom to the Woodlake that I could really appreciate the true commitment to senior care. At the Woodlake there are professionals in every role. From Care , Concierge, the Chef and the Support Staff everyone supports the Resident! My Mom is thriving at the Woodlake and I am forever grateful!
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