From the Provider
Located in the heart of Emeryvilleâ€™s City Center, this diverse, dynamic community offers supportive living, assisted living, and memory care, an innovative program to support residents living with Alzheimerâ€™s disease or other forms of dementia.
Bayside Park is an assisted living environment where every resident can express and experience life to its fullest
Reviews of Bayside Park
Average Rating: based on 4 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of a resident
I like the layout and the condition of Bayside Village. It was set up very well for Alzheimer's patients. They also have male staff to take care of male patients, which is very, very smart and ideal for my dad. The quality of the food is good. However, I think they need more staff.
I visited this facility
A good friend's dad stayed here for months & as we visited got to see the happenings on the inside. They strive to be unique by keeping seniors active with activities, opportunities to keep learning and growing by staying active in the community. They really take the time to notice what appeals to the senior community and tries to implement it! AND they have some holistic practices keeping it trendy too!
I'd give this place 10 stars if I could. It's fabulous. They offer assisted living, independent living, and dementia care.
It's in a new building in an arty part of Emeryville that's really a work of art in itself. Walking into it is like walking into a modern museum. There's a stunning arch, skylights, beautiful roof gardens.
The whole independent living section has true apartments that are gorgeous and come complete with housekeeping services. The assisted living units are also nice, graciously appointed apartments. And the dementia care units are nicely appointed and spacious, with a full restaurant-style/catering kitchen.
There's even a full gym, with physical therapy and massage on siteâ€”and always a lot of art on display. There are a number of artists who live there.
It's not just that it has the kind of ambiance that appeals to families, though. It also walks the walk in terms of care. The family that owns it and the staff are totally wonderful. Very engaged. They know the residents well, and they offer very skilled care. The last time I was there, the chef who works there was walking around asking each person for their favorite childhood recipes, and he used that to plan meals.
Considering all that, it's reasonably priced. This place is so awesome, I want to live there.
Friend or relative of resident
When you walk in the door, you think it's a place you'd like to live yourself.
The facility is gorgeous in every way, with everything under the sun under its roof--exercise facilities, exercise programs, a wading pool, any number of workshops, beautiful quiet rooms.
They couldn't have given my mother-in-law better care, including providing lots of activities meant to â€œencourageâ€ her memory. On the staff are very caring people, who couldn't treat the residents there more respectfully. We would visit everydayâ€”and the staff would always welcome us warmly, even bringing us food at mealtimes.
The private rooms are like elegant hotel roomsâ€”beautiful.
The cost seemed like a bargain, at about $4,000 per month.