Willowbrook Place

5275 S. Kipling Parkway Littleton CO 80127

866-465-5993

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As part of Anthem Memory Care, we are exclusively devoted to the needs of those with any sort of dementia, including Alzheimer's.
This is all we do 24/7.

Our attributes include:
Variety of comfortable community areas, including a choice of elegant community dining rooms, media, television and living rooms
Beautifully manicured and maintained landscaping, gardens and secure sensory interior and exterior courtyards with walking paths
Therapeutic activities and specially trained staff to meet the unique needs of residents with dementia-related conditions
Social, educational, spiritual and recreational programs
Physical and cognitive wellness programs
Multi-sensory experiences, daily exercise, regularly scheduled outings, group activities, regularly scheduled visits with children and opportunities to nurture pets and plants
Never Too Late therapeutic computer-based learning, entertainment, and therapy system
Fully dedicated clinician office for physical/occupational therapy, podiatry, audiology, physician exams, etc.
Full-service beauty salon and barber shop

HEALTH
Medication management supervised by our LVN
Assistance with the activities of daily living based on the individual needs of residents, including bathing, grooming and dressing
Housekeeping services
Individual Service Plans based on each resident's unique life history, developed upon move-in and updated regularly
Dining program with daily offerings of three delicious, well-balanced meals and healthy nutrient-dense snacks throughout the day

SECURITY
Four different accommodation choices from companion to deluxe private suites
Emergency call response system in each suite
Fire safety system
Trained staff available 24 hours a day
State of the art, dementia specific monitoring of safety and well-being

Pricing at Willowbrook Place

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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Semi-Private
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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.

Reviews of Willowbrook Place

4.1 of 5 Average rating
30 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(16) A Place For Mom
(14) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Good place, seems like caregivers were involved. Liked that they have a staff/caregiver meeting every morning to update on resident's activity. Regular resident' checks documented. Motion detector in all rooms.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Good place, seems like caregivers were involved. Liked that they have a staff/caregiver meeting every morning to update on resident's activity. Regular resident' checks documented. Motion detector in all rooms.

  • Need to do better

    Staff does not ensure residents needs are being met as far as hygiene is concerned. This is a memory care facility, residents have dementia and dont know or remember to brush teeth, shave, and shower. I live out of town and everytime I go visit my relative his hygiene is deplorable.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Need to do better

    Staff does not ensure residents needs are being met as far as hygiene is concerned. This is a memory care facility, residents have dementia and dont know or remember to brush teeth, shave, and shower. I live out of town and everytime I go visit my relative his hygiene is deplorable.

  • Willowbrook Place has a group of compassionate caregivers who have the innate ability to meet the residents where they are with their specific needs. These caregivers are able to assist the more challenging residents in a positive, caring manner. However, the following are some serious concerns that I have observed regarding the care of my loved one and other residents: - LACK OF RESPECT AND COMPASSION due to inadequate training. This is evident when some of the caregivers speak to the residents in harsh tones and raised voices often using poor choice of words for people with dementia. For example, "you're NOT supposed to be in there" as opposed to redirecting the resident, "let me help you find your way"; arguing with a resident ("I want to go to the 2nd floor" "there is no 2nd floor...NO, NO there's no 2nd floor"); humiliating a resident (“You wet your pants, now we have to change you”- in a scolding manner); pushing a resident in a wheelchair with their feet dragging underneath the chair and yelling, "Lift your feet" instead of telling the resident that they are being moved and perhaps pulling the wheelchair backwards so the resident's feet are not bent underneath the wheelchair.  - LACK OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY of the caregivers and other staff.  This is evident in the continuing inappropriate interactions with residents, and residents’ family members.  - LACK OF COMMUNICATION between executive director, other administrative personnel, and residents' family members. This occurs especially when staff changes are made such as not informing families when the nursing position was vacated and was not immediately filled, and when caregivers are no longer employed with the company leaving shifts short staffed.  - LACK OF ENSURING RESIDENTS RIGHTS are respected and adhered to as stated in Willowbrook Place’s Residents Rights Policy. For example, forcing a resident to bed or into his/her room to convenience the staff.  I have addressed these concerns and others with different levels of management including the facility’s executive director and a Principal in Anthem’s corporate home office. I do not feel my concerns have been taken seriously or given any reasonable consideration since there has been little or no change(s) in the negative behaviors and interactions exhibited by some of the staff.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Willowbrook Place has a group of compassionate caregivers who have the innate ability to meet the residents where they are with their specific needs. These caregivers are able to assist the more challenging residents in a positive, caring manner. However, the following are some serious concerns that I have observed regarding the care of my loved one and other residents: - LACK OF RESPECT AND COMPASSION due to inadequate training. This is evident when some of the caregivers speak to the residents in harsh tones and raised voices often using poor choice of words for people with dementia. For example, "you're NOT supposed to be in there" as opposed to redirecting the resident, "let me help you find your way"; arguing with a resident ("I want to go to the 2nd floor" "there is no 2nd floor...NO, NO there's no 2nd floor"); humiliating a resident (“You wet your pants, now we have to change you”- in a scolding manner); pushing a resident in a wheelchair with their feet dragging underneath the chair and yelling, "Lift your feet" instead of telling the resident that they are being moved and perhaps pulling the wheelchair backwards so the resident's feet are not bent underneath the wheelchair.  - LACK OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY of the caregivers and other staff.  This is evident in the continuing inappropriate interactions with residents, and residents’ family members.  - LACK OF COMMUNICATION between executive director, other administrative personnel, and residents' family members. This occurs especially when staff changes are made such as not informing families when the nursing position was vacated and was not immediately filled, and when caregivers are no longer employed with the company leaving shifts short staffed.  - LACK OF ENSURING RESIDENTS RIGHTS are respected and adhered to as stated in Willowbrook Place’s Residents Rights Policy. For example, forcing a resident to bed or into his/her room to convenience the staff.  I have addressed these concerns and others with different levels of management including the facility’s executive director and a Principal in Anthem’s corporate home office. I do not feel my concerns have been taken seriously or given any reasonable consideration since there has been little or no change(s) in the negative behaviors and interactions exhibited by some of the staff.

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Community Details at Willowbrook Place

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    • Willowbrook Place Amenities

      • Beautician Onsite
      • Activities Offsite
      • Vegetarian
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Meals Provided
      • Kosher
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Activities Onsite

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Willowbrook Place

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      • Memory Care
      • Assisted Living
      • Nursing Home
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      • Independent Living
      • Home Care
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