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Reviews of St. Ann’s Community at Cherry Ridge
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August 21, 2017
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
My mom is a resident of Cherry Ridge at St. Ann's and she's doing really well. It's a very nice place and well planned-out. The nurses and aides are very pleasant and they watch out for her. Where they are is a small area so my mom can only go in a circle. The bedrooms are all in a circle so she doesn't have to take any elevators and it's only on one floor. That's nice because her memory isn't very good. The dining area has long tables and they seat about six to eight to a table. The food can be a little fancy, and if she doesn't like it, she doesn't know that she can ask for something else. So if she leaves her plate they'll make her something special they know she'll like. She's treated very well, the staff is really good. They have painting, coloring, and she was doing a puzzle the other day. My mother's apartment when she was still in assisted living was huge. It had a kitchenette, living room, a big bedroom, and a big bathroom. In the memory center, she just has one room with a bathroom, but there's still enough space.
May 26, 2017
I visited this facility
After visitng St. Ann's Community, I decided to tour Cherry Ridge to see if that was also a good fit for my grandmother. WOW! This place is gorgeous. It's very new, clean, and is well-maintained. The staff are super friendly, and the residents are always social and hanging out!
March 31, 2016
I visited this facility
Cherry Ridge takes you from assisted living all the way through to the end in different facilities and different locations. You can have a high-end, little bungalow with a garage, or if you need more help, you can go to assisted living. If it's more intense care you need, you can even go into full nursing care there. The food was good, and they had lots of activities that included music. They were nice but had so much red tape. The staff was very helpful but a little snooty.
January 25, 2016
I visited this facility
The Cherry Ridge is a nice community. Wonderful staff; they were very involved with the residents. It’s a smaller community well-suited to caring for people with memory or dementia related issues. The food was very good. They had a very good activity schedule. Much more on their schedule than I’ve seen in other places; which was nice. The first word that came to my mind was warm; very warm, and friendly place.
January 21, 2015
I have been a volunteer at Cherry Ridge for about 8 years or so. Since the beginning of that time, I was quite impressed with the personal care that the residents received. They are treated with respect and honor and the facility is very warm and welcoming. The past few years I have volunteered almost exclusively in Rainer Grove, which is for residents who need special Memory Care help. They are encouraged to be a part of many possible activities, from birthday parties, games, and singing times, to excursions into the community, depending on the desires and abilities of the residents. Even if a resident doesn't want to participate in some activity, they are treated with loving care. I have been extremely impressed with Cherry Ridge! I want to live there myself!!
July 26, 2014
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Cherry Ridge is very good. They’ve got cottages, and they have a building that depends on the level of care. Cherry Ridge is like a little village for people of a certain age group and with certain needs. It’s a community within a community. They go on field trips, they take bus rides, and they’ve got Bingo, shuffle boards, woodworking, and crafts. They have exercise programs.
January 22, 2013
I am a friend or relative of resident
Despite outward appearances of beautiful mission archiecture, this community is severely undercapitalized with a small number of assisted living and nursing care rooms in comparison to the large number of cottages and apartments for independent living. Demolition of a building on Irondequoit campus filled both the rooms and waiting lists with folks from Irondequoit campus instead of Webster campus. Folks in apartments and cottages must wait a very long time for care level needed or move elsewhere outside the community. Six year residents of community cannot get next level of care in Webster. Continuum of care is not really available at this modern attractive canpus as marketing materials suggest. Continuum of care is available at aging facility in Irondequoit.
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About St. Ann’s Community at Cherry Ridge
Located in the heart of Webster, Cherry Ridge offers a maintenance-free lifestyle made for active living. Choose from spacious cottage homes and stylish apartments and enjoy first-class amenities designed with your comfort in mind. Residents also have priority access to the continuum of care that St. Ann’s is known for.
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