2609 Nicklaus Blvd, Sioux City, IA 51106
Retirement Community includes Villa Homes, Independent Living Apartments, Assisted Living Apartments, Memory Care Suites and a beautiful Clubhouse.
Whispering Creek Active Retirement Community is located next to the Whispering Overlooking miles of breathtaking golf course views, Whispering Creek Active Creek Golf course at 2609 Nicklaus Blvd. in Sioux City, Iowa. The Whispering Creek Community is just minutes away from shopping, medical offices, banks, hospitals, golf courses and parks.
Our community is designed to provide a beautiful home for our residents, while offering an elegant environment and services needed to maintain an active, quality lifestyle. Our home atmosphere allows residents to enjoy the advantages of retirement living without compromising ones individuality, privacy and choice.
Whispering Creek Active Retirement Community is professionally managed by Dial Senior Management, Inc. (DSMI) located in Omaha, Nebraska. The goal of DSMI is to develop and manage exceptional retirement communities with the highest quality of care, services, and amenities for our residents. Committed to the goal of DSMI, the staff of Whispering Creek strives to provide the highest quality of living and personal attention, while understanding and respecting the residents' individual dignity and right to personal c
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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[Name removed] was very nice and informative and answered all our questions. The community is very nice. Location is a concern for us.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
If you are looking for an apartment and you are completely independent, this is a great choice. If you or your loved one are needing assistance I strongly recommend looking for a facility that is smaller, more intimate and has an experienced staff. My mother-in-law was a resident for 10 months. She has dementia and by definition that means she has a decline in her mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. During the 10 months she was only bathed 2 times (her soap and shampoo bottles were almost completely full when she moved out) and she was not given the proper medication dosage even after several meetings with the staff. We would ask her to shower when we visited but we felt it should be their responsibility since she was billed for bathing. After bringing it to their attention several times and pointing out she was being charged the maximum amount but not receiving the services it was explained to us that she has the right to refuse medication and bathing and charging the level 5 care was justified because according to them it can take longer to continue offering the service as it does to actually provide the service. When I mentioned my mother-in-law was malodorous and dishelved and not in any condition for us to take her anywhere because she was usually wearing the same clothes full of dander, I was told I should call ahead if I have something I want to take her to and they will make sure she is cleaned up for that specific day. If you are caring for a loved one with Dementia you know how frustrating the bathing can be and your loved one might be refusing food or medication simply because they don't understand. This is large facility that looks beautiful but the intimate care and attention to detail is lacking. I strongly recommend asking any facility you consider what their plan of action is if these become an issue. There may not be a violation of any code because it is a self-pay assisted living facility and not a nursing home (it's important to know the difference) but when Whispering Creek advertises they are a memory care facility they should be trained on how to handle these issues and provide solutions that work, they should also be staffed with people who truly care about whether or not your loved one is receiving their medication and getting bathed. Caring for a loved one at this stage of their life presents many challenges. I had hoped Whispering Creek staff would be a resource to help with these challenges but they continued direct us to their policy stating the tenant has the right to refuse services, even when it pertains to basic needs. When asked to speak to the billing department, I was told "it's computer generated". Another obstacle in solving a problem when they don't even have a billing department to discuss charges you have in question. I hope this review can help another family so they don't make the same mistakes we made. We assumed bathing and proper medication dosage would be a priority, especially when she was billed for a level 5 care, but they have technicalities on why they don't need to provide those services and when you have an issue you can talk to the Head Nurse or the Director and our experience in talking to them is they both are very defensive and spend more time justifying situations rather than finding solutions.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The best I've seen! Gorgeous common spaces, bright and open. A good selection of apartments both in independent and assisted living. The menu looked delicious and lots of in house activities planned. The seniors that I met all seemed engaged and happy. [Removed] had lots of suggestions to try to get Mom to consider a visit. Very impressed.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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