8 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Polk County, IA

Valley View Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2571 Guthrie Avenue,, Des Moines, IA 50317
"The staff at Valley View Village was very helpful. The rooms were very nice and clean but a little pricey. The dining room was fine, and the rooms and the knowledge of the staff impressed me. The..." More

Prairie Vista Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2785 First Ave, Altoona, IA 50009
"Prairie Vista Village was recommended by a family member. It's still under construction on a flat land and will be finished this June. There's individual family living, independent living, assisted..." More

Ramsey Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1611 27th St., Des Moines, IA 50301
"We visited Ramsey Village for my mother. It was very nice. The staff seemed very nice too. The rooms were very nice. None of them was big, but they were adequate. I didn’t see as much as activities..." More

Bishop Drumm

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5837 Winwood Drive, Johnston, IA 50131
"I like Bishop Drumm Retirement Center very much, especially their communications with me. They're very good about keeping in touch about everything. My father is getting much better care than he..." More

Calvin Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4210 Hickman Road, Des Moines, IA 50310
"This administration convinced my mother (at 79 years old) to put a big chunk of money in an annuity with them as the beneficiary. This annuity cannot be changed by the Power of Attorney. It will..." More

Deerfield Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
13731 Hickman Road, Urbandale, IA 50323
"Deerfield was wonderful. My mother wanted to go back there, but they had no availability. They had a lot of activities. The nurses and assistants were very attentive. I really liked it. They had a..." More

Wesley Acres Des Moines

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3520 Grand Ave, Des Moines, IA 50312
"Refund Plans: Declining Balance to 50% of Entrance Fee. Priority access to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis." More

Edgewater at Tallyn's Reach

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5508 NW 88th Street, Johnston, IA 50131
"Refund Plans: 90% of Entrance Fee; 50% Refund; 0% Refund. Priority access to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Polk County

  • Review of Bishop Drumm

    I like Bishop Drumm Retirement Center very much, especially their communications with me. They're very good about keeping in touch about everything. My father is getting much better care than he wa... Read more

    Pat
  • Review of Ramsey Village

    Ramsey Home was not quite for couples or for young seniors. It seemed more like a nursing home. They were not on the top of my list. Their rooms were nice, though. I didn't see the bathroom or the ... Read more

    Sandra424407
  • Review of Ramsey Village

    The food at Ramsey Village was good and home-cooked. The facilities were good and very well-maintained. The staff is very skilled, and I'm just very pleased with the way they treat my mom. Read more

    CW315807

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