Reviews of Sagebrook San Francisco
Isabel D. January 19, 2016
I visited this facility
Eden Villa had friendly people, and it was spacious. When we visited, the residents were occupied with different things. The room in the assisted living part was big with a lot of light because it’s on the ground floor. In the memory care part, the living room was kind of small, but maybe that was because they have less people in that particular area. The food was OK.
Lquach February 02, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
My great aunt was admitted last Thursday afternoon at 2pm. We were super excited because we live in the Richmond District and this was very convenient. BUT just a couple hours later, at 4PM the same day, they told my mother that we needed to find "another community" for my great aunt because Eden Villa wasn't equipped to take care of her. The very first thing we covered was that my great aunt spoke very little English. We were told it was fine, and Eden Villa had the resources (translators, etc) to help - apparently this wasn't the case. We were forced to scramble around the city finding a new home for her to check into that night. Thank God we found one, but the whole ordeal was stressful to say the least. eedless to say, I won't be recommending Eden Villa SF to any friends/family.
Caring80686750 April 02, 2014
I visited this facility
My husband was at the memory clinic, and they recommended Eden Villa. They have about eight patients, and it's fine. They have no activities. The people living there are staring at the TV. The rooms are very nice and clean. When I looked at it, it had two beds, but it was a big room. They had no dining room. They had a table with chairs around it and a small kitchen where they were cooking. Upstairs they had a nice living room, but I doubt it that the patients get to go there.
SanFranciscoVolunteer August 19, 2011
I am a friend or relative of a resident
As part of a volunteer program, I visited a resident at Eden Villa for a few months to provide companionship and entertainment. She had a very frail body needing assistance and a wheelchair to get around and assistance with activities like brushing her teeth, but her mind was sharp. The resident seemed well taken care of. She complained of boredom, but didn't enjoy being placed in the common room to watch t.v. with the others. However, she did greatly enjoy my visits. She complained of jewelry being stolen, too. I'm not sure to what extent her grievances were true.
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What Makes Us Special
Complimentary guest meals, beautifully gated garden with gazebos, waterfall and walking trails, education and events, basic furnishings, therapy rooms with bath tubs, walk-in showers and optional massage therapy, shared flat-screen televisions, elegant dining rooms on three floors, 24/hour safety surveillance system, RNs and LVNs on staff, complimentary personal and other supplies. Includes linens and toiletries, delicious, chef-prepared meals, snacks and hydration program throughout the day. Emotional support and specialized discussion groups aimed at engaging residents and making older adults who live here feel happy, loved and cared for.
Features of Sagebrook San Francisco
Room and housing options
- Studio apartments
- Companion suites: We offer companion suites
- We charge an entry fee
- Minimum rate: $4,000/month
- Minimum memory care rate: $4,400/month
- Pets: Small pets allowed
- We offer respite care (short term stays)
- Minimum age: 65
- Licenses: RCFE
- State License(s): 385600297
Location of Sagebrook San Francisco
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