Reviews of Rosewood Village
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I visited this facility
I wasn't really happy with Elderwood Village At Rosewood. In general, the facility itself did not feel light and airy. Both my parents have mobility issues and I feel like they would have trouble getting around their very long hallways. I also found the windows in their rooms to be very high. You would have to stand up to look outside. Again, because of my parents' limitations, they would be unable to do that. They do have activities for their residents, although most of them are unappealing. I was there one time and there was a woman lecturing about health risks of not having enough water-that's just boring! Sometimes they would have somebody come in and play the piano, but not everyday and not all the time. They definitely need to make their activities more exciting and engaging.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Rosewood Village is extremely clean, and the staff is very kind and helpful. There is a library, a community room with a baby grand piano, and a computer available for the residents to use. Each of the three floors has a few stations with fresh coffee, and at least two lounges with flat screen televisions. There are also kitchens available to the residents on each floor (most rooms are only equipped with a kitchenette - mini-fridge, microwave, and two electric burners). The dining room is clean and well decorated, and in addition to the daily specials for dinner, there are choices such as subs and salads available as an alternative every day. Resident's rooms are equipped with their own thermostat, so that the resident can set the temperature as high or low as they like. The room that I visited (my grandmother's) had a single bedroom, private bathroom, living room, and kitchenette, and had ample closet space for clothing and storage. Before she moved in, the facility put down new carpet and painted her apartment. There are studio and two bedroom rooms available.