4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Denver County, CO

The Gardens at St. Elizabeth

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2825 W 32Nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211
"The Gardens of St. Elizabeth is run by nuns. My dad is born and raised Catholic. I really like the place. They're doing a great job for my dad. The staff is awesome. They treat him like a king and..." More

Clermont Park

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2479 South Clermont Street, Denver, CO 80222
"My mother was in Clermont Park only for a week. The staff was good. The rooms were fine, clean, and big enough for one person. I did not eat there, but it appeared as though they had good food. The..." More

Porter Place Retirement & Assisted Li...

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1001 East Yale Avenue, Denver, CO 80210
"No communication until they decide they want to evict. No status updates as they occur even though we often request them. Last week Mom (90) found on floor at midnight. NO ONE CALLED 911 OR..." More

Residences At Franklin Park

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

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Denver County

  • Review of The Gardens at St. Elizabeth

    I love The Gardens at St. Elizabeth. The senior living part is fabulous, but the assisted living part is old and not easy to get around in. There are elevators that have to be taken, too. The activ... Read more

    Catherine
  • 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

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