4232 Don Julio Blvd, North Highlands, CA 95660
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This is a very small but a very accommodating Care Home. The Caregivers I communicated with during my visit was very pleasant and informative. I feel my sister would get the best care from the Caregivers at this home.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
It’s a lovely place. The residents are really happy with the activities. They play cards and they have a really nice library and games. They are just very open and friendly and the owner is - she treats us as a family – like we’re her family as well, both my loved one and me – you just don’t get that at other places – that really warm personality. There is an outside area.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
We toured this community. We had a hard time with getting someone to be able to speak with us due to a language barrier. We did not see any of the other residents. The room we saw was not what we were looking for. The room was cold and needing improvements. We were not happy to see other residents were in there rooms, when it would of made us feel a little more comfortable to see how others were happy with the environment. We would not recommend the care to other families that is being offered here.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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