Foxbridge Assisted Living Community

2180 Mangum Road, Memphis, TN, 38134

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December 30, 2014

By Sharon98813850

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom is in Foxbridge already. We chose it because of location. I toured it, and it looks like a very nice place. They are taking good care of my mother. I would not have her there if I didn't think they did. The rooms are OK. My mom has complaints about the food, but she complains at any kind of food because she is not eating well these days. However, when I see the food, it looks good, and actually, they do a very good job. I am not exactly sure of all the things that she does during the day because I am usually there in the evening, but I do know that she has exercise classes. There are people that come in, have little concerts, and play guitar, and she likes it. I feel comfortable with Foxbridge. They are patient and caring.

September 30, 2014

By Jerry38

I visited this facility

Foxbridge Assisted Living Center was very clean and nice. The grounds were nice too. It’s fairly new, so I don’t think they have that many tenants yet. But they also have a building for people that have mental health problems. I talked to the lady down in the restaurant area and the lady who gave me the tour. Her name was Cristy Barton. Everybody was really nice. It was located in an OK area not really nice but I think they got it because they can get that really piece of property reasonably. They were some people playing cards. They had a workout room and that sort of thing. The ones who were playing cards seemed happy. I didn’t get to see many of them.

April 29, 2014

By Milacal

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I placed my mom at Foxbridge Assisted Living in the Memory Care unit about 3 weeks ago. It is too soon to give a comprehensive review, but I am pleased with the care my mom is receiving so far. They are a very caring group. I chose Foxbridge after I had visited two other facilities that I liked very much. Foxbridge was much closer to home, I liked the home-like atmosphere, and the beautiful setting. Most of all on my one and only visit prior to placing my mom there, I observed and spoke with many of the staff. They were engaged with the residents and seemed to really care for them. This has been the case after my mom moved in. They call you if there is a problem. They don't mind how many times you call to find out how your relative is. They were very encouraging and understanding to me also and helped me to get through a very, very difficult transition. I would recommend this facility and they probably deserve 5 stars but I will reserve that for future review when I know more

October 15, 2013

By Caring72848050

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I liked the way that Foxbridge Assisted Living Community was set up for the individual person that was there. They seemed to have it organized where people who are alike as far as mental capacity were together. Then, they had a lot of activities and it was like a home; it was like a group home. My aunt was comfortable when we left her there. She was meeting people and getting relatively acclimated very well. The staff seemed to really care. Everyone we met knows all the residents, the residents know all the various staff members and all the staff members would call the residents by their names.

March 22, 2013

By Caring2210

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I would recommend Foxbridge Assisted Living Community because the staff was caring and good. And they were compassionate towards the residents. The rooms were also large and spacious.

September 05, 2012

By Mamiegirl

I am a friend or relative of a resident

When my father needed a higher level of care for complications of Alzheimer's disease we went to a facility near our home and asked if they could handle Alzheimer's victims. It was clear early on they were not prepared for the level of care he needed and we found Fox Acres (now Foxbridge). On the front end, Fox Acres techniques were harsh and uncaring: 1. Upon admission we could not see Daddy for 30 days. 2. We had to start calling him Jack not Daddy, Grandaddy, etc. 3. Taking him from the facility for lunch, home visits was discouraged. On the back end of the experience Fox Acres was 100% correct. 1. Getting Daddy familiar with his surroundings and establishing a bond with the staff and folks who lived in the other "cottages" was essential. That 30 days helped him to adjust to his new routine. 2. Calling him Jack was hard on the family, but it put him at ease and did not confuse him as to whom you were referring. 3. Routine, routine, routine was critical for Daddy to not become agitated. Against the advice of the staff we took him home one Christmas. It was awful. Seeing him so agitated and confused was heartbreaking. We went to Fox Acres from that point on for all family functions and everyone (other residents and staff) celebrated with us. There comes a time when you have to do what is best for the victim not yourself. Getting specialized care for your loved one is not "putting them away". Until another has walked in the shoes of an Alzheimer's caregiver they have no idea what it means, what it takes and the feeling of defeat that you have when you realize you cannot give the person you love so much what they need. Getting proper care for a victim of Alzheimer's is critical. I say victim because it is the deadliest most vicious disease I have ever experienced. God bless those who are on this journey in any capacity. My prayer is that should you get to the point that you need a higher level of care than you can provide, you find a Fox Acres for your loved one.
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Features of Foxbridge Assisted Living Community

Dining options

  • Room Service For Meals


  • Computer Room
  • Resident Transportation
  • Garden And Patio
  • Resident Parking
  • Security Gate

Cleaning services

  • Laundry For Clothing

Health services

  • Nurse On Staff: Available During Business Hours; Some Availability Outside Of Business Hours

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Foxbridge Assisted Living Community is an assisted living facility in Memphis, TN that offers residents independent living options and daily support services. Contact Foxbridge Assisted Living Community for more details on housing, services, and rates.

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