When we received the materials via mail we saw that it was too expensive for our finances. We did not follow through with an appointment because it would have been a waste of time for the staff as well as for us. There is no doubt but that it is a fine institution, but we do not need the absolute best in town in order to be happy and to feel secure.
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Reviews of Frasier Meadows
June 11, 2015
October 19, 2014
I visited this facility
Frasier Meadows looked very attractive. The activities looked quite interesting. Their rooms seemed to be a rather large size for the independent living that I was looking at. They were ample size rooms. They come in a large variety of floor plans. The thing that I like about Frasier Meadows is that it is a continuing care place, and if you have to leave for one reason or another, you get about half of your pay-in charge. What I like best about this one is its nearness to my family. In fact, my son and his wife thought it was the most desirable.
June 20, 2011
Frasier Meadows is a CCRC. I know the assisted living section well, so I'll speak mainly about that. It's right in Boulder, across the street from a park and easy to get to. It's a very nice facility, with nice grounds, which includes a green house"”filled with plants and a fountain"”that's a very calming place to sit and talk or just rest. The assisted living part was redone in the last 7-8 years. It's set up like a big wagon wheel, with a central hub. That can be a little confusing at times. The staff is pretty incredible. They have the lowest direct care staff turnover I've seen. And they're very conscientious: well trained in regular aging issues. But they don't offer memory care here, so dementia care is not an area of expertise. The assisted living director is very involved, and the new CEO seems very accessible. They're very resident centered. Everything is set up with the residents' needs in mind. They have a variable schedule for breakfast, for example, for those who want to wake and eat later. The food is good, and so are the activities. They bring in a lot of entertainers. There are games, movies, and discussion groups. Frasier Meadows is also very involved in the community, and they bring in intergenerational activities. It's a good fit for those who want to age in place, since they offer everything from independent living to skilled nursing. But they're very strict about their limitations. They can support those with high physical need, but they're not set up for dementia care.
About Frasier Meadows
Refund Plans: 50% of Entrance Fee; Non-Refundable (Price: 75% of Entrance Fee). Priority access to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on discounted Fee-For-Service basis.
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