4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Denver County, Colorado

Clermont Park

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2479 South Clermont Street, Denver, CO 80222
"Clermont Park was lovely, but they seemed to charge for everything. The accommodations were very comfortable; we met a lady and looked in her 1-bedroom, and it was lovely. It’s expense is over..." More

Porter Place Retirement & Assisted Li...

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1001 East Yale Avenue, Denver, CO 80210
"My mom and I toured a number of places in the Denver area. This was, by far, her favorite. All the residents seem very happy when I go visit (which is often, now that she loves there!) All of..." More

The Gardens at St. Elizabeth

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2825 W 32Nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211
"The facility is well staffed and very clean. The tenants have their own personal belonging around them and the halls are hung with picture/chairs/tables with puzzels,chess opr checkers,etc just..." More

Residences At Franklin Park

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1535 Franklin Street, Denver, CO 80218

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Denver
  • Review of Clermont Park

    They're understaffed and need more nurses, it could take up to thirty minutes for them to respond to the emergency button in the room (not ok at all) especially in the evenings/ at night. Even afte... Read more

    concernedgrandkid
  • Review of Clermont Park

    Clermont Park was lovely, but they seemed to charge for everything. The accommodations were very comfortable; we met a lady and looked in her 1-bedroom, and it was lovely. It’s expense is over $500... Read more

    Gene701366
  • Review of Porter Place Retirement & Assisted Living

    My mother, who has dementia, lived in Porter Place for the last year until I recently moved her. When we first met with the sales director a year ago, we were told that "assisted living" meant that... Read more

    denver38
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