The Terraces' location was better for us, but it was much more expensive. It doesn't look institutional, but a well-appointed apartment complex, or a resort since it's landscaped beautifully with desert-type landscaping. All the walkways are covered and the inside of the buildings had very wide hallways which were decorated nicely. The food was good and served beautifully. The bistro had more casual dining, while the dining room had tablecloths and napkins; we had a nice lunch. The menu showed the calorie and protein count, and they had a generous food allowance. They had exercise classes at different levels, a library, swimming pool, workout facility, and lifelong learning courses which were important to us. They also had a garden where people can go if they wish to and plenty of nice walking areas. The staff was wonderful. The residents seemed to be much friendlier, open, and engaging.
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January 27, 2018
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Refund Plans: 90% of Entrance Fee. Assisted Living on discounted Fee-For-Service basis.
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