From the Provider
Unique "neighborhood" design. Assistance of activities of daily living and medication management. Three gourmet meals a day and snacks. Transportation to and from Dr. appointments ,shopping, and banking. Social outings, large variety of in house activities, and Ice Cream cafe. Housekeeping and laundry services. Private secured Alzheimer's neighborhood. Beauty/Barber Shop on premises. Caring, Compassionate Staff.
Minimum Monthly Rate: $2,350/month
Maximum Monthly Rate: $4,150/month
Private Pay, LTCI, VA, Medicaid/Medical
Kitchenette, Temperature Control, Emergency Call System
Activities/Recreation, Beauty/Barber Shop, Chapel Services, Internet Access, Private Dining Room, Gardens/Outside Patio, Facility Parking, Private Laundry, Overnight Guest Room, Guest Meals, Pharmaceutical Service, Separate Therapy Room, Transportation, Pet Permitted
Reviews of Village Place Assisted Living
Average Rating: based on 1 Review
I visited this facility
I visit Village Place, an assisted living facility, on a weekly basis. When the weather is nice, I see residents outside the entrance enjoying the fresh air and feeding squirrels. The staff at the front desk are always friendly, and the common room has a homey, welcoming feel. Usually there is nostalgic music wafting in the common areas as I take the stairs up to the second floor. There is also an elevator that residents can take to get between floors. The room where I go to see my patient looks like a little apartment, with a kitchenette, small living room, and bedroom filled with personal items to really make it look like home. Today when I was there, I saw a bunch of residents in one of the common areas taking a painting class. There are mini common areas all over the place, filled with books, TVs and couches, or dining areas. Of course, there are nursing stations, too, but you have to be on the lookout for them, because they aren't easily spotted if you're just having a casual look. There is also an Alzheimer's unit here, with their own walled-in patio outside, but I don't have a chance to visit that unit. This is a place where I would feel comfortable having my own family members taken care of. For 6 years, my parents and I lived together and took care of my grandmother. The last six months she had to live in a nursing home and I hated visiting her there, even though it was the best we could find for her. It was more like a hospital. But I enjoy visiting this site every week, and even look forward to it, because it seems very vibrant and caring.