27350 Nicolas Rd, Temecula, CA 92591
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I have lived in this community for 2 years and nine months. There are many activities that I have attended and truly enjoyed. I think for me the most important value I received is the gift of the friendship of so many nice other residents. Also the food is quite good. If there is something they are offering as special of the day you cant eat, you can choose from a menu something you like.
Really enjoy living here. The staff is very caring and friendly. My caregivers are prompt in responding and remember what I need. It seems like family.
The new director, [name removed], is outstanding. He keeps the families updated weekly. The information they are sharing with the family amazing. Due to the pandemic I thought they did very well for activities. The vaccines were administered to the residents already.
Beautiful assisted living rooms memory care is a bit small, but less space to get lost in. [name removed], my tour guide, extremely nice and caring. Everyone I’m at seemed happy and friendly. Only one other male resident in this facility.Private and shared rooms were clean. Bathrooms and room. Bring your own furniture and TV, when Cove it is over visit and check out our welcome.
I noticed when I would visit, the other residents seemed to be doing well and seemed to be very happy. My wife's experience was different though. We felt that they were over medicating her and leaving her unsupervised for long periods of time. We moved her out because of her history of frequently falling down. She is home now, less medicated, and much more alert.
This is an amendment to my initial review from March 2019. After move in, be prepared for changing of staff frequently. My mom was in assisted living after she had a heart attack. She was able to care for herself, however; she needed to be observed for any additional heart issues. She was to be watched four times per day--breakfast, lunch, dinner and medication time. Unfortunately, there were many issues that came up during her last two months that lead to her decline in health. My mom unexpectedly passed away. The final days and move out process was absolutely intolerable. In retrospect, I am sorry that my mom and I chose Vineyard Ranch.
I toured 6 facilities before choosing Vineyard Ranch for my mother. She lives in the Memory Care unit. It's a beautiful facility that takes good care of their residents. I stop in frequently and all of the residents are clean and dressed and in the common area enjoying the games and activities. It's always clean and the meals look nice. When I joined her for the Thanksgiving meal, the food was delicious! It gives me peace of mind to know my mom is safe, unable to wander outside when she is confused, well fed, taking her medications, living in a clean place with 24 hour assistance, and being cared for by friendly and kind staff. My mom enjoys the activities, has put on some much needed weight, and has even found a best friend to go for walks with. She enjoys petting the facility pooch, Shasta, who has the most hilarious ears you've ever seen on a dog! The costs of assisted care and memory care can be shocking the first time you hear about it, but you have to compare the value you are getting compared to the cost of keeping mom or dad in their home. When you add up their rent or house payment, taxes, utilities, food, the cost of a housekeeper, the cost of home health or care givers, the co-payments when they end up in the hospital unnecessarily because they don't remember to take their medications, the late fees when they forget to pay their bills, the toll it take on you trying to take on the responsibilities they can no longer seem to handle, the toll it takes on your own family/marriage if you try to move them in with you ... suddenly you see the value! It is actually cheaper than having home care givers!
As with anything, there is a bit of confusion at move in. There was an assessment process to initiate a Care Plan of which they wanted anticipated services paid for in advance. Within a few days, we realized my mom did not need the services that they were anticipating and charging for. After this initial process was settled, things are great. My mom likes the caregivers. Dining options are wonderful and she enjoys the flexibility. The facility is extremely clean and beautiful. My mom is doing much better physically and mentally since moving here. Would recommend.
Loved this facility. Enjoyed our interaction with staff and residents. Small and intimate facility my mother in laws needs. Moving in Feb 2019! 9.1 mi. About 18 mins from new home.
He will be moving to this location. We have an appointment later this month to see his Dr. and will submit all info to his Dr. and return completed forms for Vineyard Ranch. He is not ready to move this month but is getting close to being ready..should be within the next few months. [Name removed] will keep us updated on homes that open up.
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