Valley Crest Residential Care, located in Apple Valley, California, offers a distinctive approach to specialized memory care. We provide a safe, secure and compassionate home for your loved one. From cozy rooms, to peaceful gardens and home-cooked meals, you have peace of mind knowing your loved one is at a home away from home. Our respected and innovative Rediscovery Program offers resident's ways to 'rediscover' everyday activities. A unique aspect of our Rediscovery program enables your loved one with Alzheimer's disease, dementia or memory impairments to live and interact with residents of similar cognitive abilities in a cottage setting, where they participate in activities and share meals. Frequent wellness checks, as well as diet monitoring, ensure that health needs are addressed promptly. Our Quality of Life Activities Program is tailored to each individual's abilities. We focus on helping your loved one 'rediscover' their remaining abilities. We also encourage families to be involved with day-to-day care planning, special events and support group meetings. To provide the financial assurance you need for a decision, Valley Crest has created an innovative fixed-rate pricing structure that sets a new standard in specialty memory care. From the day your loved one moves-in, throughout their entire...
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Excellent service. Good people!
A+. -Very clean and welcoming -Quality service -Caring staff The people here are friendly and helpful
The support and information from [name removed] (community marketing rep) has been awesome!
Tour of facilities, met staff, got questions answered. Very friendly!
[Name Removed] and [Name Removed] were absolutely amazing in helping with the paperwork and my aunt's transition into Valley View Memory Care. They were professional, polite, and went above and beyond to make this a seamless transition.
Do not put your loved one here. The staff was fine except for the director. She didn't call me to tell me that my loved one had a fall. She called to ask me for some medical history, but did not say that the ambulance was there. I called Valley Crest to check on him, and they said they couldn't tell me anything, that the director was on the phone. I called every half hour and got the same response, that the director was still on the phone. So finally I came down there. When I got there, it took them 10 minutes to answer the door, and they told me she had already gone home and that nobody there was in charge. Only then did they tell me that my loved one had been taken to the hospital via ambulance. After he got out of the hospital, I took him home and would not bring him back to Valley Crest. The hospital determined he fainted because he had low pressure and was dehydrated. So I strongly question what kind of care was he receiving at Valley Crest. With Covid going on, it's hard to say what Valley Crest is like usually. Maybe it's a good place otherwise, but the experience I had personally was terrible.
The best facility for your loved ones. The staff is the best.
The staff is compassionate and caring with smiles to carry their day.
Valley Crest has been so lively and we are glad they were here to care for our dear husband/father. They are just fabulous.
Great care provided to patients. True respite time, great staff to help assist us.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Able to give assistance when needed and remembered my name.
They seem to have enough people to help your loved one.
They were amazing!
Visiting this community 2 times a week for the last 6.5 years I've grown to know these caregivers, staff, and administration now personally and I love the way these people care for their resident often like family. They make their environment fun and positive, their's endless energy and professionalism. Recommend this facility to many families.
I would tell others that I think our case was different because we moved in right in the middle of the pandemic. He had to be quarantined in the back room and that is what is accounting for the lower scores. He passed away before he was able to go into the facility. I would still recommend based off of what we saw it would be like in normal circumstances.
[Name removed] was always a shining star. He held different positions with different responsibilities but was always willing to listen and help. Many of the caregivers treated my mom as a special "grandma". It has been over a year since my mom passed and I still think of this place fondly.
My mother was a resident here for almost 4 years. There were ups and downs but overall she was well taken care of. When problems did arise the facility was quick to fix it. Finding caring staff to care for people with all levels of dementia seems to be an ongoing mission here.
My mom has moved into Valley Crest Memory Care. It is good and the staff members are very friendly and very helpful. We toured it before COVID started and it all looked good.
This is a wonderful community to visit. The love for the residents is known from the moment you walk in the door. [name removed] will welcome you with her amazing smile! They have just finished landscaping the entire outdoor courtyard for residents, it looks great! Ask for a virtual tour if you are not able to visit in person.
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