Reviews of Pioneer Gardens
Anonymous111270150 July 29, 2015
I visited this facility
Pioneer Gardens was a big disappointment because the lady that showed me around was very unprofessional. The dining area was not clean.
4seniors2 July 06, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
This is of the worse facilities in IL. My parent was there and he experienced mental and verbal abuse from most of the staff members. The food is not healthy or tasty for the residence before and after the head chef change. Management allows the staff the run of the facility and are not concerned with the health and welfare of the residence. If you love your relative this is not a good place for them to be.
Caring0522 June 12, 2013
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My parents chose Pioneer Gardens because they have relatives in Chicago who can easily go and see them. I have been there several times visiting them and I think it's a good environment for them to be in at this point in time. The staff are helpful. The facility is a fairly new building and it's very nice. Overall, it has been good.
Auntie Cathie August 28, 2012
I visited this facility
In reviewing the facility, I saw the apartment with a balcony and kitchen. The common dining room was lovely. Residents were gathered at the nursing station for their medication. So apparently their was adequate cares available, these did include help with getting up and going to bed if necessary. These would have been necessary for the woman I was making arrangements for.
From Pioneer Gardens
Pioneer Gardens Affordable Supportive Living is what we call “A Miracle on 38th Street” located in the heart of the Bronzeville Community at 3800 South Martin Luther King Drive, Chicago. This 8-story building offers a community setting for mature adults age 65 and older needing some assistance with daily living activities.
Pioneer Gardens Supportive Living meets the need for affordable housing and support services for seniors. Supportive Living allows residents a chance to live independently and self-sufficient for as long as possible. Each resident may vary in his or her needs for supportive services. One may require help with meals, housekeeping for doing laundry. Others may need reminders to take their medication or benefit from help with activities of daily living like bathing, dressing and grooming. All residents must be able to participate in their care and may not have health needs that require 24-hour skilled nursing care. Pioneer Gardens offers each person a private apartment rather than a shared private or semi-private room found in nursing homes. Supportive Living is the alternative for the nursing home setting.
We offer spacious studio and one bedroom apartments that you furnish and decorate according to your personal taste. In addition, one will receive three meals a day plus snacks, weekly housekeeping and laundry, social, and educational activities at Pioneer Gardens Supportive Living Facility. Residents also enjoy the convenience of various on-site amenities such as beauty/barber salon, community store and physical therapy center.
Residents at Pioneer Gardens benefit emotionally from living in a community among peers where daily opportunities for socialization exist. We are proud to offer residents and their loved ones, the reassurance of knowing that the staff of Pioneer Gardens cares and loves them and are true professionals.
What Makes Us Special
Pioneer Gardens is a community of choice for our mothers and fathers, grandmothers, grandfathers, and all who seek fun-filled, secure, service-oriented, health-conscious senior supportive living.
Features of Pioneer Gardens
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- Studio apartments
- Companion suites: We do not offer companion suites
- Pets: No pets allowed
- Minimum age: 65
- State License(s): 1861664013
- Minimum rate: $2,550/month
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