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The Villas at Sunny Acres

2501 East 104th Avenue, Thornton, CO 80233

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3.21

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Reviews of The Villas at Sunny Acres in Thornton, Colorado

3.21

(19 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.2

  • Staff

    3.2

  • Food

    2.4

  • Activities

    3.2

  • Value

    2.9

ugly plaace

1

November 5, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

rooms are too hot no hot water staff is never around.so if your falling they cant help so they let you fall.Food is gross no micro in rooms or in kitchen if you need to heat up real food were they cant do nothing for a person give cold showers nasty food.pills on floor ugly ugly

solis-family

1

August 11, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We went to visit a senior friend at this place and the entire building was 95 degrees, stifling. Our friend was over medicated, not eating and had untreated UTI. We had her moved and she was taken to the Emergency room. She was septic, had bed sores and dehydrated. She was on the verge of death...make your own judgment of the place but this is a toned down review..

TTLw

1

February 11, 2023

Other

1. Always short staffed 2. Staff is rude and uninviting 3. Everyone always have their phones out 4. Management is no where to be found. And if you have any issue, they make you solve it on your own 5. If you try to call, the phone just rings and rings. The staff doesnt answer the phone 6. Don't ever leave management a voicemail because they admitted they never check it

Carol

3

November 2, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My husband was at The Villas at Sunny Acres. He was in there for rehab. The appearance was okay. It seemed to be good. But I have a little problem with how they take care of someone. I believe the nurses and the doctors were equipped like they're smart and they know what they're doing. The doctor came in and talked to me and said, we'll look at the chart and we're going to help your husband and we're going to get him the therapy that he needs, and so forth. He had a catheter that he had since he was in the hospital. I think he had it for almost a week at the hospital. His private doctor told me that they should take that out or he'd be getting an infection. I told them at The Villas at Sunny Acres that they should take the catheter out and that my husband should be checked for infection. They said, okay. He was supposed to go to a urologist to do that, but they didn't call. Then they took it out, and the next day his stomach swelled up and he was in a lot of pain. I called the nurse and I said, 'Why is his stomach so hard?' And she looked at him, and then she said, 'I'll check out his urine.' So they did that and he wasn't able to go to the bathroom, so it was building up inside. They drained it out, and then they put the catheter in again, and he proceeded to still be in bed, not able to do the therapy. They told him that they have to move him to long-term care, so he was taken to another facility, and he was there for two weeks. I think the care of the nurses and so forth was great, but I just don't think that they checked people personally. It's like the doctors say, 'It's on the chart. This is how it is.' They mean well, but they don't go and check that person in. When I think of the urinary things, they should have taken him to a urologist to see why he was not able to go, instead of just giving him a catheter. They were equipped to take care of my husband as a bedridden. When he needed a little more care, he didn't get it because they didn't have enough staff, and they said they were short- staffed. He did therapy maybe three or four times, but he wasn't really able to stand up or do that, so they didn't do it. The therapists were nice. They tried but he was just really weak, and that's why they told me they had to move him. The price was outrageous, but I would say that all the nursing homes are outrageous.

Kristine

5

September 10, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother has moved into The Villas at Sunny Acres. We're very happy with her there. It's been good. They're taking good care of my mom. The people are very friendly. She's in memory care. The staff is very nice. I've never had a problem with them. Her room is nice. She shares it with another lady and everything's good. Everything's nice and clean. The dining room is nice. They have lots of tables with four people at each table, and it's set up kind of like a little restaurant. They have an activities director. I've never been there when they've been doing stuff, so I don't know anything about what their activities are. She's been there for two months now. They charge a lot, but she is getting good care and that's what we care about.

DZ

5

September 7, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My uncle moved into The Villas At Sunny Acres. They are very wonderful. They have a caring staff. They have drawing, coloring, music, prayer, movies, snacks, and walks outside. The residents seem to like the food. They take precautions to make sure no one gets in or out without the nurses, staff, or senior staff knowing it. My uncle's room is big and clean. The room is divided by a bathroom that they share, but he has his own sink, mirror, and closet. It's quite spacious. They have a dining area, a TV area, and a little game area, and it connects to an outside patio, which is humongous. From the admission to the CNA staff, house cleaning, and laundry person, they are all very good at what they do. They are very polite, courteous, and very professional. They go above and beyond their regular duties.

Judy

4

May 18, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We visited The Villas at Sunny Acres. We also knew friends from church that had their parents there. They seemed very flexible. They had a lot of things to do if you wanted to join them, but if you wanted to be by yourself and do your own thing, that was fine, too. They had gardening, crafts, a small do-it-yourself shop with tools and people to help, and dinners to celebrate different things. It was a well-rounded assortment. There's also needlework and cross stitching. The chairs in the waiting area and the halls had cross stitch coverings on the pads. So, they had a lot of homemade things. The independent living had little cottages that had outdoor patios and even a little area where you could have your own garden. On your patio, you could have your charcoal grill. The parking was just crowded, but they were actually working an additional parking lot, which wasn't done yet

Care Kare

2

April 2, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Mom said the care staff in rehab and food were good, and I can agree with that. Therapy was good. But, extremely understaffed routinely and night of arrival was one contracted care giver for ALL the residents. Facility has not been kept up, with Mom needing to be moved at one point due to leak in roof that filled a large trash can. Some people live there full time, and said that room had a leak, so obviously known and not repaired. Small cramped rooms, roommate with only a curtain between. Sheets had holes in them. One wooden chair in room for visitor. When not in bed, resident sat in wheel chair. Bathroom old and hard to manuever with walker or wheelchair, no private shower. No pictures on walls, very dismal. My Grandmother lived at Sunny Acres for 10 years, both in an independent living apartment and memory care. That is one reason we chose this facility when Mom needed rehab, plus fairly good ratings and reviews. What we experienced here was nothing like our previous contact with this facility. Very disappointed and sad. It's a disgrace.

Ed Madigan

4

November 15, 2018

I visited this facility

Two bed rooms with beds and bedding. Living room with 2 chairs, TV and wifi. Table and 2 chairs for dining. Kitchen with oven, fridge and microwave. Bathroom with shower/tub. Washer and Dryer. Unit was clean and adequate. Had a small fenced in yard to accommodate our small dog. Staff was courteous and professional. Did not indulge in any activities. Reason for visit was for numerous hospital appointments. We spent 32 nights in the apartment. Price of $40.00 per night was very reasonable. Meals are available for a reasonable price. We did not partake but, were told meals were good. Two grocery stores and numerous fast food and restaurants near by. About 5 minutes from I-25. We would stay here again.

Jacque

4

August 31, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My dad moved to The Villas at Sunny Acres, and our overall experience so far has been good. Everything seems fine, and my dad’s room is like a small apartment. The dining area looks like a restaurant. Sometimes he likes the food and sometimes he doesn’t. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have amenities like a salon, a library, and so on. They also have different activities like excursions and things like that. I haven’t really had any problems with them so far, and my dad seems to like the community.

Sunny acres high rise facility area

2

December 17, 2016

I visited this facility

What a shame that this facility can not hire a snow plow employee to clear access into and out of the facility with an incline leaving. It took me several attempts stuck in snow leaving the facility. At 5:45 am on a challenging snow fall morning is quite irritating.

Randy J.

4

November 20, 2016

I visited this facility

I visited The Villas; it was a huge place, but the assisted living wasn't as great, and I wasn't overly impressed. It didn't look quite as nice a facility, and it was more expensive. I did know a resident, and they liked it. The person who gave the tour was good.

Protective relative of Sunny Acres resident (who is my hero)

5

March 11, 2016

I am a friend or relative of resident

My grandmother has lived at Sunny Acres for about 15 years. She is type 1 diabetic since her teens, and presently is 98 years old and counting! In her 80s and there at Sunny Acres, she met a wonderful man with whom she fell in love, despite thinking that it couldn't happen again at her age, or after such a long and happy marriage to my grandfather who had passed away not long before she moved to Sunny Acres. She was young again! :) I have visited her a number of times there, and always I was pleased not only with the conditions she was living in, but also the staff. They clearly knew her well... not just her name and fact, but they really knew her personality and they seemed to honestly appreciate having her there. Granny has been happy with her care there, and I can't say how much it meant to me to see them treat her with love. I felt like they treated her the way they would treat their own grandparent. And in a way, it almost seemed like they considered her family. Granny always had plenty to do there, gardening, getting her hair done, playing games, writing for the community newsletter, and even working out with a personal trainer (in her 80s she said she was working on her abs!) I love it! She truly found a positive community; everyone we encountered there was kind, cheerful and someone whom we were happy to see my grandmother around. I only wish that every facility was like this, and that there will be one like this for me and/or my husband if ever there comes a time for us to need additional help. I won't pretend that life has been perfect for her since being there, but for whom is life ever perfect? These are good people who genuinely care about the wellbeing of their residents, and the fact that my widowed diabetic grandmother has not only done well but actually thrived there for several years, is a real testament to the positive influence this facility and the care team creates. I am so grateful that my grandmother, my hero, is in their care.

Jennifer114604150

2

October 28, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother lived in The Villas at Sunny Acres for four years, and it was good until the last year, it was terrible. She got very sick and was put in the health center, and when we moved her, she had bedsores, and still has bedsores. The caseworker was the most ridiculous and had zero knowledge of elderly. He told my mother that he was going to put her on the street if she didn't follow the rules. The dining room was set up nice, but the food was terrible. The lobby was nice, but when you go through the halls and to the rooms, it's not. The maintenance to fix things was not a pleasant experience, and the staff turnover was bad.

Caring112790450

2

August 31, 2015

I visited this facility

I wasn’t impressed with The Villas at Sunny Acres. The facility itself was fine, but it was a lot older. I was not able to get any definite answers out of them because they are in transition of ownership. I really could not get any commitment on pricing or availability. The staff was nice, but I didn’t see a lot of them. They did have more of a nursing home feel. Their dining room was fine. It was all very dated.

Caring51751150

3

December 14, 2014

I visited this facility

The Villas at Sunny Acres was older, but it’s well-managed, and they attended to our needs. I was just fortunate that there was a semi-private room available, and we moved there from the rehab center. It was large, very nice, and well-maintained. I was not happy with the food. The staff was very responsive. My wife was admitted, and she passed away. I was there for a long time. I got a quality officer and admission director, and we went to my wife’s room. She was in her wheelchair. It was a room that would accommodate two; she had a couple of her personal things -- dining table and a hutch. She was comfortable, and it was clean and well-maintained but I had to buy a window air conditioner. They have individual heaters and air conditioner in the room on the walls, but it just wasn’t doing the job. One of the nurses was very nice.

Caring63462850

5

September 13, 2014

I am/was a resident of this facility

My room at The Villas of Sunny Acres is good and spacious. It has a big patio. The one thing I like the most about them is the people. They offer transportation for the residents. We also have music, clubs, and exercise within the community. I would definitely recommend this facility.

Beverly23

3

November 30, 2013

I visited this facility

The apartment in the assisted living facility at The Villas had a couch, chairs and TV. The bathroom was all right, but there were no kitchen facilities what so ever. The kitchen was right next to the bathroom and the water that you had to use was the water from the bathroom sink. There was no microwave. There is one sink in the apartment and that is in the bathroom. That's the feedback I had, otherwise, I was happy with everything we saw. Their grounds were phenomenal. They were just beautiful with flowerbeds all over the place.

Caring72332850

5

October 25, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Out of the nine facilities that we toured, Villas At Sunny Acres was one of the two facilities that are at the top of our list. One of the things that we liked about them was that they have professional staff. They talk more about dignity and respect. They came highly recommend by some folks that are working on our Medicaid application. Mom loves the staff and she's very pleased with them. Mom being a Medicaid patient, she is in a shared room which basically have everything she needs. As a matter of fact, we went in there and decorated it a little bit to make it homey. We were able to put in small pieces of her furniture including her recliner.

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Services and Amenities of The Villas at Sunny Acres in Thornton, Colorado

Dining options

  • Dining Room Shared Meals

Features

  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Resident Transportation

Cleaning services

  • Housekeeping

Medicare

  • Health

    2.0

  • Overall

    3.0

  • Quality

    5.0

  • Staff

    3.0

Medicare Provider Number: 065108
    Ownership Type: For profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

About The Villas at Sunny Acres in Thornton, Colorado

The Villas at Sunny Acres are tucked away peacefully in Thornton, Colorado, which is easily accessible from E 104th Avenue. The Villas lie within the stunning 64-acre landscape, which acts as a proper community. The gardens, waters and residential buildings have a grand yet modern feel. Staff members are always available to give effective treatment and care plans to maximize the quality of life for seniors, assisting with medication or ambulation. Seniors can also get assistance with bathing and grooming whenever needed. This facility has music, clubs and exercise activities available to help keep seniors active.

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