Wildwood Canyon Villa is a senior living community providing assisted living and memory care services to older adults in the valley of Yucaipa. Embracing the individuality and expression of the local arts and culture scene, our community promotes the independence of residents while offering support to live a fulfilling life. Take in the panoramic views of the San Bernardino Mountains while you relax with the dedication of our staff, ready to serve your individual needs. Enjoy the trickling of a landscaped waterfall in the courtyard or the comfort of a favorite chair for reading. We’ve designed our spaces just for you.
The Wildwood Canyon Villa lifestyle offers ample opportunity to stay active in vibrant social and recreational programs. Our walking path and gorgeous outdoor areas invite afternoon strolls, while the living room is a perfect spot for an after dinner chat.
All residents enjoy our three meals a day plus snacks, transportation assistance to keep them connected with the broader community, and housekeeping/maintenance services. We offer customized programs and advanced services designed to complement each resident's preferences and needs. Assisted living services include medication assistance, assistance with activities of daily living, continence care, and more. In our memory care...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*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 removeed] is a gem and amazing to work with. Everyone is super kind. I think they do their best in getting to the call buttons of the residents. I would recommend the community to others. There were a couple times they forgot to deliver breakfast; however, it was quickly resolved. The room sizes are good compared to others in the community. The staff go above and beyond. Priscilla at the front desk is excellent at what she does.
We are happy with them. I have already told others about this community. [name removed] Nurses and [name removed] were wonderful. The staff helped with the transition of of my loved
There were a lot of activities prior to COVID. These included: taking the residents on a drive, out to eat, take the residents on trips, games in the community, and much more. The community is great for your loved one! The staff is eager to assist the residents and families with questions and needs. They are friendly and caring.
My mom needed more care than we could provide her at home, and we could not afford 24/7 at-home care. My parents have been married nearly 70 years and my dad wanted them to continue to live together. Wildwood allowed them to stay together in the same one-bedroom apartment. Although it is small, it is all they need. Mom needs memory care and dad is somewhat independent. My mom is getting the professional care she needs and her quality of life has improved. Dad says it's like living on a cruise ship with the activities, new friends, and dining room. The Wildwood staff treat them like they are their own family members.
I was impressed with the facility and staff. I will definitely keep this facility in mind when the time comes to re-locate my mom.
WE PUT OUR MOM AT THE VILLA 3 MO AGO & DREADED TAKING HER OUT OF HER HOME. THE STUDIO APT WAS BIG ENOUGH FOR HER TO HAVE SO MUCH OF HER OWN THINGS SHE WAS IMMEDIATELY PLEASED. SHE HASN'T HAD 1 COMPLAINT IN HER ENTIRE TIME THERE. I ONLY LIVE 2 MILES AWAY & I DROP IN AT ALL HOURS. THE STAFF ARE VERY ATTENTIVE & MAKE SURE SHE ATTENDS SOME ACTIVITIES. WE COULDN'T GET HER TO DO THAT SO AN EXTRA THANKS FOR THAT. i'D LIKE TO ESPECIALLY THANK [Name removed], HER NURSE, WHO CARED SO MUCH WHEN MOM WAS SICK FOR SEVERAL DAYS. BEFORE WE PUT HER HERE WE CHECKED OTHERS PLACES. WHILE VISITING HERE WE ASKED MANY RESIDENTS &/OR THEIR RELATIVES THEIR OPINION OF WILDWOOD. ALL HAD POSITIVE ANSWERS. WE MADE THE RIGHT CHOICE. WHAT A RELIEF ABOUT THAT MAJOR DECISION FOR OUR 93 YEAR OLD MOM.
I have no complaints of how things are going for my loved one since she has made the move into this community . The staff have been great to work with and I am comfortable with the quality of care they have been providing her. She has had no problems with the meals and enjoys participating in the activities with the other residents. I would defiantly recommend this place to anyone interested.
I am very pleased with the care my husband has gotten so far at Wildwood Canyon Villa, he has Parkinson and the activities here are great and he enjoys being a part of them. The activities director is fantastic and he makes sure my husband gets involved there are field trips they take him on and they keep him busy. My husband is on hospice so when he needs any extra help due to a fall or some change in his health they call hospice right away and keep me informed too. My husband loves going to the dining room and I like to join him there as well they have a very good menu and food.
My loved one's stay here went pretty okay. We had to move her because she got pneumonia while she was there, but the staff did what they could in the short time she was there to make her comfortable. We also couldn't stay at this facility because this is more of an assisted living facility than a skilled nursing facility, which we needed.
Overall I give them a five with the exception of the food. The food is horrible. They are working on it, but it's horrible. The quality as well the variety is not good. There is way too much pasta. It's very much like hospital/cafeteria food. The residents have a meeting and they complain that they don't feel like anything gets done because of the meetings, since the food is still an issue. From what I can see we are happy with the activity level, so far. The facility is beautiful and the people are wonderful. I would recommend them to anyone, the place is great, but the food needs work.
Wildwood appearance is ok. Some things need repaired. Food is terrible. Accountability for errors (and there are a lot) is zero. Wildwood Canyon Villas pushes for residents families to pay for private nurses on top of the monthly rent. Administration makes you feel like they cant be trusted when problems arise. They blame patients for problems and then push hospice services.
This is a nice clean community. The staff I met during my tour were nice and knowledgeable. This community was larger than the one we chose and was not quite as affordable.
This is a nice community. The staff is excellent and caring. The food needs a little adjustment in a few areas. They do have activities to stay active. I would recommend this to other families for good care.
Our FIL was there for awhile in the Memory Care wing. We experienced more problems than we should have. We felt he wasn't getting proper nutrition and liquids consistently. Staff was hard to find at times. Falls occur alot. The overall appearance is ok. The location is fine. But It's too pricey. Rates increase upon assessments. Lack of communication between staff and LVN's.
I can't recommend placing an elderly family member in Wildwood Canyon Villa in Yucaipa. Some of the care staff is friendly enough, but the overall care is substandard. Big promises, little action. The best thing is the rooms are private. But after dealing with the establishment, the nice rooms are not worth the lack of truly caring. It's just a matter of time before they try to take advantage of your situation to their benefit. It's not worth it.
The promises the administrator and nurses make to you to sell you on their facility ultimately aren't kept. Caregivers are nice, but skills of care and quality of care are lacking. Many mistakes are made. Activities are ok. Food is poorly prepared. Cleanliness levels vacillate. They are made to clean the place quickly when informed certain guests are coming. Trustworthiness seems to be lacking with administration.
They don't provide the care they "sell" to you. The administration is misleading. The caretakers are nice, although their care skills are seriously lacking. Understaffed. Terrible food. Activities are ok. Oversight is poor with neglect of basic care.
It's been wonderful. My loved one is thriving and able to join in more activities that in her past. My only concern is that there is not enough supervision at night. The food has been good. The staff, the nurses have all been good. I do have a concern about the sign out sheet, they don't have a spot for who is signing them out, just who is leaving. Candy is right on top of things. We liked how much activities they offered for memory care residents, they make an effort to engage them and get them involved.
It is very clean and the staff are friendly. They are well-organized, and gave me a great tour. I can tell that they really care about their residents. They also offer a lot of activities and provide a high level of care. The only downside is the price, but it’s not a deal breaker. Everything else about Wildwood is great, and I would definitely consider it for my father here if he ever decides to move.
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