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Corridor Crossing Place

136 36th Ave. Southwest, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

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3.65

(20 reviews)

Offers Assisted Living and Memory Care

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Reviews of Corridor Crossing Place in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

3.65

(20 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.1

  • Staff

    4.8

  • Food

    4.0

  • Activities

    3.8

  • Value

    4.5

Beverly

4

May 23, 2022

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

My mom and stepdad are at Corridor Crossing Place. I have been in their room and the dining area. The staff is very friendly. As far as I know, they have a chapel, and from what I understand, they've got some kind of clergy. They got a spa there. I keep wanting to turn into that room and go to the spa. My stepdad can't eat very much because it hurts his mouth, but he does eat there so the food must be acceptable to him. The staff has been very friendly. However, it's kind of confusing to get around the facility. It's clean, it's well built, and there's no obvious dirt anywhere. They keep it clean. They got bus trips, field trips, bingo, painting, and chairs calisthenics. I would get into them.

Nancy

4

July 11, 2021

I visited this facility

We went to see the Corridor Crossing Place. It was very small, and mom didn't like it at all. It wasn't divided. There wasn't a separate bedroom. It was all one room sort of, and she wouldn't want to live in that room was what she said. It's a lot smaller facility, which may have been good; but it's also a lot smaller room. The people were lovely and were fine. They were in the cafeteria area, I think they were watching TV when we went by and looked in. It was nice. It's just that mom didn't like it. There just wasn't enough space.

Melanie

4

June 23, 2021

I visited this facility

Corridor Crossing Place is a smaller community, and it had more of a small-town feel to it. It has been remodeled. You could tell from the new flooring, paints, and things like that. Several residents had smiles on their faces. They were playing a game there, and people seemed to be out and about. I saw nurses around. They seemed very caring and compassionate. This is a very hard time for me, so I kind of broke down. They were really good with me about that. Overall, it was great. It's just kind of in a residential area, kind of tucked away. It is nice, except it's kind of confusing to get back there for my dad, and I don't want to do that to him. I actually saw two people during my tour. I saw the person that assisted me, and she took me into the executive director's office. I chatted with her a little bit. Everyone was very caring. The rooms are a little bit small. My mom likes a tub and a bath instead of a shower, but that place only had toilets in the rooms and had a community shower. I don't think my mom's going to go for that at all.

Pam

5

May 12, 2021

I visited this facility

Corridor Crossing Place was very clean, the staff that we talked to was very friendly. It's just that they didn't have a separate bedroom; it was just like one big room and that was the only downfall. They had crafts; they had a nice courtyard which was all enclosed. My mom has a dog and that would have been important. As far as the inside, it was very clean but on the outside, they still have work to do for the torrential rain last summer.

Deb

4

March 8, 2020

I visited this facility

The person who showed us around Corridor Crossing Place was very efficient and did a great job. It's very nice, but it was kind of confusing. It's U-shaped and there were different sections. My sister and his husband would never be able to navigate that on their own. All the walls were white including the hallways, so it was almost like a hospital and very impersonal looking. The people were nice, but it was just very sterile. They had a fenced in courtyard off of one section in the memory care, but the other areas were open and you could just walk out the door. The dining area was very nice and the residents were enjoying the food. I didn't see anybody there that wasn't happy. It would've been better if they drew some paint on the walls. It was very clean, but it was not as personalized.

Provider Response

Thank you for your review of Corridor Crossing Place. We appreciate your feedback.

Reviewer12212019

4

December 25, 2019

I visited this facility

Corridor Crossing Place did not work out for us. They were going to take my husband but then they didn't have a space for him. It was a very nice place. They were hoping to expand their memory care, but I just didn't feel like they had the attention in the memory care that they could have had. The memory care just seemed to not be active enough for my husband. It didn't look like they did anything to get the residents to be more active. That was the memory care part, but the rest of it was fine. The rooms they had were beautiful. The whole place was very nice, but it just wasn't for us, and it wasn't what we were looking for. I was able to see both assisted living and memory care. The people that we met were very friendly. My husband was comfortable in the assisted living, but they couldn't do assisted living for him. The place is very clean. It has walk-in tubs that would be very good. They have a towel warmer so the towels are warm after the showers, which is very nice.

Provider Response

Thank you for your review of Corridor Crossing Place. We appreciate your honest feedback. We are currently reviewing our memory care programming to ensure it meets the needs of our current and future residents. Again, thank you for your feedback.

Dennis

4

November 27, 2018

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

My mother is in Corridor Crossing Place. They have crafts, bingo, and puzzles. The food is not bad. Her room has been kept clean. They have a visiting room for the family and a library. They're doing a lot of updates at this time. It could be a lot cleaner if not for the construction. Overall, it's not a bad place. Most of the staff is pretty good. There are a couple who seem like they don't like their job and are not so good.

Provider Response

Thank you for sharing your story with us! We are so happy to hear that you and your mother are seeing the positive changes occurring at Corridor Crossing Place. Your notes regarding staff will be taken seriously and will continue to be addressed as we build our team of compassionate caregivers. Please let us know if you have any other concerns. We are looking forward to the remodeling project's completion, and to providing a wonderful home to even more area seniors in 2019! Thank you again!

JD

4

March 19, 2018

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

My mother is in Mayvil, and it's been OK as far as I can tell. They have bingo, and on Presidents' Day, they had some people acting like presidents. They serve three meals a day and they provide snacks at 8:00 or 9:00. They do her laundry and help her with showering and getting dressed if she needs it. It's pretty clean, but they could do a better job cleaning inside the rooms.

Don't do it!.

1

August 19, 2017

I visited this facility

Probably the worst assisted living facility in Iowa. There is someone else "running it" once a week. There are people who bathe residents, that have no certification or anything. The place is super run down. Shared bathroom!? It's an assisted living facility and you have to shower in a big shared room? Gross. If you would like your family member to be a little happy, stay away from this dump.

M Wright

3

February 23, 2016

I visited this facility

My visit at Brookdale Cedar Rapids (Formerly Emeritus at Silver Pines) was very good. I had lunch there in the dining area, and it was good. I liked the way the facility was laid out. I found the staff to be very pleasant. I saw the salon and the facilities where you shower. There weren't any showers attached to the rooms themselves, but there were half baths with the lavatory and commode in the rooms. It had a nursing home feel the way it was set up, and I am certainly not ready for that. I like that they had a base amount, and then the more needs that I might have were add-ons to that base amount. They had quite a few activities. They were getting ready to play bingo, which seemed to be a favorite of theirs. There were three different areas where they could go sit outside if they wanted to. If there were people who smoked, they had a little shed for smokers outside the facility, but it was a protected area. There was a nice large room that you could have family gatherings, actual cooking facilities, and access to the outdoors for family members' children.

Anonymous Sister1

4

February 11, 2016

I visited this facility

Everyone at Brookdale seemed nice, but at that point they don’t have what I needed. The man there was very nice, and helpful. They showed us one apartment for what they had available, but it was too small.

Michael116345150

2

November 29, 2015

I visited this facility

The rooms at Brookdale Cedar Rapids were very small, and I just was not that impressed. The staff were really nice, and there was a nice dining area. Looking at how they managed the meals and the people coming in, it was pretty good.

Anonymous115340650

5

October 30, 2015

I visited this facility

Brookdale was clean and neat. I like what I saw. The people were very nice, friendly, and cordial. I like the idea that if you run out of money, they will keep you until the end. The food was very good.

Anonymous109771450

3

June 30, 2015

I visited this facility

Brookdale Cedar Rapids (Emeritus at Silver Pines) had friendly staff and casual atmosphere. The rooms were small, but they were clean.

Anonymous108058750

4

June 29, 2015

I visited this facility

Emeritus at Silver Pines was good. The director showed me around. It smelled clean. It looked like an older building. They showed me one apartment that was available. It seemed a little bit small, but it seemed wide enough to accommodate my parents. The staff was friendly. It looked like the residents were well taken care of.

Caring84411450

3

January 24, 2015

I visited this facility

We visited Emeritus at Silver Pines for my mom. The overall experience was good. The second visit was better. The second time around, the staff was better. They were nice, polite, and accommodating. The facility was clean, and there were no odors. It was a nice place. It had a nice dining area. The only thing that I really didn't like about it was the size of the rooms. The rooms were too small; they were more like nursing homes. We didn't like those. That type of atmosphere to me would have been depressing because you're in such a small area.

Donna93134950

5

August 27, 2014

I visited this facility

We just like Silver Pines (Emeritus at Silver Pines). I like this facility because it is all on one floor. The minute we walked in the door, it felt like home, it felt welcoming. Everybody was very nice and pleasant. The other residents would at least say hello. Some of the places we visited, they didn't even recognize that you were there. We went in at meal time and everyone was talking to each other, laughing and seemed to be enjoying themselves. We were happy with the way the residents interacted with each other. The staff was friendly, very pleasant and willing to help us with any questions we have. We have eaten there and we have seen the menu. Our meal was very good. They have bingo three to four times a week. They have a chat group where you can join to discuss things like current events. They have an activity room for residents. They take groups out in a mini bus -- sometimes they go out to eat, to the Dairy Queen, go for a ride, shopping or to doctor's appointments. I would definitely recommend this facility to others. The only thing that's going to be different for me is that there is no kitchenette and no full bathroom in the room, so I'm going to have to get used to not cooking and going to a shower, but that's OK. It will be fine. I'll get used to it.

Caring5010

4

August 5, 2014

I visited this facility

Emeritus at Silver Pines was really nice. The staff was very good. She called us a couple of times and she was very thorough and clear about what they can do for us.

Cindy40

3

March 20, 2014

I visited this facility

The rooms at Emeritus Silver Pines were really outdated. It didn't smell really good when we walked into the building. Those were the kind of things that turned us off. The staff seemed all nice. They had a nice, big open recreation area. The dining room looked clean.

Mtreece

3

November 8, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My grandmother-in-law was at this facility for just a short time. She quickly ran out of money and is now staying with my mother and father-in-law. In that time I wasn't overjoyed by the facility. The rooms were smaller than my bedroom. She said it was so small she could not make it feel like her own home. There just was not room for any of her knick knacks and pictures. The common areas were very nice, though, as well as the employees. The people there were kind and helpful. My "Mema", as we call her was staying there for more reasons than the typical resident there is I would think. And the staff was very good with helping take care of her special needs. There are not many options in this area for assisted living residencies. I am not sure what the others are like. So for the staff I would recommend Silver Pines. But if you are claustrophobic and need your space this may not be the place for you.

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Costs for Corridor Crossing Place in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$4,500

Starting Price

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$4,500

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Corridor Crossing Place in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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  • All Inclusive Rent

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We offer companion suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • Dining Room Shared Meals

About Corridor Crossing Place in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Located in a peaceful residential neighborhood just off Highway 380, Corridor Crossing Place is only minutes from St. Luke’s Hospital, Mercy Medical Center, and area shopping and dining.

Enjoy your private apartment and let us take care of housekeeping, cooking, & laundry!

Corridor Crossing Place offers a homelike setting with plenty of activities to keep all residents at all cognitive levels engaged in areas that interest them. Offering all-inclusive rates!

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