220 Ron Crank Dr, Harrisburg, IL 62946
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My parent has been there for almost a year. We have to ask for the room to be cleaned. Sadly the food is terrible. Not geared for seniors or anyone else. We were told there was home cooked meals. My parent has not been able to eat hardy anything from this facility. I actually saw pudding dumped on a saucer sitting in the room. For almost $3000 a month you would think the food, cleanliness, and the employees would be much better. The turn over rate is very high I have noticed. Would not make this choice again. They know how difficult it is to move an elderly person. So please, beware.
If you’re looking for a real homey place to retire, this is the place to choose! Walking into the villa of hollybrook in Harrisburg Illinois you automatically feel at home from the receptionist to the residents. There’s activities such as playing pool, a cafe, patios, and you can’t forget the amazing view from your back door! They even have a beautiful coy fish pond. Meals are homemade and made with love and compassion. The quality of care exceeds anything I’ve ever witnessed. You really don’t want to miss out on this beautiful place. Even if you stop in for a tour, I promise you won’t be disappointed! Our residents even have their very own theater. Come see how beautiful this community is for yourself!
The first time I walked in I was surprised about how immaculate it was and their presentation. I picked them because they were prettier, more elegant, bigger, and nicer than the other communities I had looked at. The staff goes into all of the rooms and cleans one time a week. They also do offer to help with laundry 2 to 3 times a week. Everything is included like your cable, water, even detergent! The apartments are great and the staff was wonderful when my mom got sick, they would check on her often to make sure she is doing okay. What’s also really nice is they have a call button for my mom, and when she lost it, the staff went and helped her look for it. As far as the food goes it’s hit or miss but I’m going to see my parents next week and I’ll give it another shot, but they do have an ice cream machine! The really good thing is that the community offers 5 or 6 other things besides the planned meal. I really like the fact that they cook all 3 meals for them a day because that means they don’t need a stove in the apartment for safety reasons. For activities they have a monthly get together and my parents just went to a Gospel night that they loved! They also have a workout room, movie room, and a podiatrist comes every other month. I would go there in a heartbeat and I would really recommend this community.
This is the nice community for care. The staff is very nice and very caring to the needs of the residents.The menu we find appealing and we like knowing that they offer her to participate in the activities. We would recommend the care and the value for other families.
This is a newer community and they are still having some growing pains. They are working on having a full time nurse on site. The food is ok but it depends on who is working. I think they need to work on the menu. I would live at and recommend this community. Mom enjoys the activities currently offered.
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