1004 Old Denbigh Blvd, Newport News, VA 23602
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A Place For Mom
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We chose this facility over others we looked into because in the time we were looking to move her, we didn't know if she was going to need to go from assisted living to memory care. If she has to ever move due to financials or declined capabilities, they would take her within the facility and relocate all of her furniture. It is also close to my brother house. When we visited here, the residents seemed more engaged than other ones we saw. The day to day staff is OUTSTANDING. The manager is having the residents Facetime the families during COVID so we are able to communicate with her. We are not getting as good of feedback as we would like from the medical staff. We are not hearing much about how the visits are going with her. They have something going on almost everyday activity wise. They are activities that have you engage the brain, not just sitting in front of the TV. The memory care unit has their own private FB page and we get to see pictures of activities that they are doing. I would recommend Warwick Forest, they do a very good job. She is safe and I do not have to worry about my mom day to day now.
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