1551 Lake Cook Rd, Deerfield, IL 60015
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This is a nice place with many positive features. It is a pity there is no hot tub or bath facilities available for use as there are only showers in the bathrooms, but OK. One very big problem is the food. Also the staff in the diningroom who are surly and not welcoming. Someone needs to supervise and train them better. The food is repetitive, doesn't feel fresh, not attractive, very stodgy and heavy. Often what is served one day appears to be recycled the next day with a sauce. Not appetizing. Soups are uninspired, don't seem to be made from scratch. Why not? It seems the chef is bored and doesn't care about the people who eat the food. Please improve the food for the sake of the residents. A little care, a little love? The salads and vegetables could be varied and freshened up. Vary the vegetables and sides. Maybe have an Asian evening? Do something, anything. Is that a chef in the kitchen? Or is it an army cook?
This community offers a nice dining room where the residents are encouraged to dress up for meals. The food is very good. The people I have met here have been friendly. The community is clean and they offer some nice amenities. I would recommend taking a look at this community.
Everything about this community is excellent. The food is good and they offer a variety of healthy choices. My wife receives great care. They keep the community clean and they offer a good variety of activities. I would recommend this community.
I was there the Sat. before Easter with my spouse to check out a place for my Mom who is 87. We've been looking around and doing site visits because we've (in consultation with my Mom) come to the difficult family decision that we can no longer provide the level of care she needs. While there, I saw evidence of rodent droppings. As we were leaving, one of the staff [removed] said they have been fighting rodents for quite some time. I'm glad that the staff had my best interests in mind.
Wonderfully kind and clean, but as Mom is Jewish and my step-dad is not, I think he will not like a Kosher kithcen.
Quite a facility - large, filled with active and apparently happy members of the community. Excellent for those who feel that a Jewish environment is paramount. Services may not be as attentive for the more physically needy resident compared to some other places.
It's working out good so far.The billing has been a little difficult. Overall I think the food is pretty good, the lunch menu is a little bit limited, and they have a lot of sweets. The staff are wonderful. They don't have any underground parking, or covered parking, so in the winter that can get a little challenging.
Felt it was okay, alright. seemed to be more females and more of a day care feeling.
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