Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care

Offers Assisted Living and Memory Care

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3985 S. Pearl Street, Las Vegas, NV 89121
Call (702) 844-7998
Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care (702) 844-7998
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Assisted Living Reviews for Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care

March 11, 2021

By Delores

I visited this facility

We chose Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care for my mother. She hasn't moved in yet; she's still in rehab. When I walked in there, it was clean, and I didn't smell anything. Everybody was really friendly. The admissions girl took me on a tour, she showed me some of the occupied rooms, and she showed me the room that my mother would get. It was really clean with new carpeting, and it was really nice. She's going to have a studio, and I think all they have are studios. They will be able to help her with her medicines, her bathing, getting her in and out of the bed, and getting her dressed. They offered her everything that we needed. They had a courtyard and a library, but I didn't see all of that because of COVID.

March 06, 2021

By Warren

I visited this facility

I visited Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care in Las Vegas a month ago. There was only one vacancy, and it was not ready yet. It was an apartment of a couple who passed, so they had to refurbish the whole place. It's probably ready by now. What I liked least was that I didn't get to see an exercise room. They might have had it, but I didn't get to see one. They had machines for physical fitness, though, like a NuStep and a treadmill, things like that. The place wasn't big enough to have something like a warm-water pool; I understand the bigger places have that. Other than that, it was very good. For the size, it's enough for about fifty residents. The staff was friendly, and the residents seemed to be happy with them, so perhaps they are good. Their dining room is shut down; they deliver the meals to each room. I did see the dining room, and it looked good. I've seen the kitchen, too, while the chef was preparing the meals, and it was nice.

June 10, 2020

By Dolly

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

My ex-husband was pretty happy at Villa Court Assisted Living. He liked it, but my daughter and I weren't too happy with it. We had a lot of trouble finding somebody to take care of his colostomy. The assisted living is more suited to people who can take care of themselves, but he needed a lot of help. He was receiving the highest level of care that they could give, but it wasn't enough. He was sharing a room, which didn't work because it was small, and we had to move him to a single room, which cost more. He took part in some of the activities, and he said the food was pretty good. The facility was nice, but a lot of the things that they told us were going to happen before we put him in there didn't happen. He would ring his light for some help to go to the bathroom, and he would have to call me at home to tell me that there was nobody answering his light and that he was going to wet himself. They were supposed to do his laundry and everybody's laundry was supposed to be separate, but he lost half of his clothes and his towels. There were other people's clothes mixed in with his clothes.

May 03, 2018


I visited this facility

My tour went well. It was a very pleasant place. They provide three meals a day and a shuttle service. They have games and field trips, too. They showed me their private and semi-private rooms. Their rooms have pretty good space.

July 17, 2017

By Zoe

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

My mother was here. The place, dining area, and the room were good. They had different activities, like bingo and singing. They also took them out for activities. My mother was a resident of senior living, assisted living, and then she went over to the memory care.

February 23, 2017

By Ricky570716

I visited this facility

I visited and had a good impression. It was in a good location. It was very cordial, very nice, and great. The person that assisted me was very good. I saw them playing with a ball.

January 06, 2017

By KH073070

I visited this facility

The people were very nice. The grounds were OK. It’s a very small but clean facility. The rooms there were my favorite because their layouts were so nice and the bathrooms were so big. They didn’t have very many activities from what I could tell, but their dining hall was nice.

November 29, 2016

By Ron332688

I visited this facility

It was the best one we visited. I had a great experience. The manager there was very friendly and gave me a lot of detail. I love the property because it fits what my father needs for security and also the living quarters. I was impressed with the whole place. It is a small community where he could get enough personal help if necessary.

October 27, 2016

By Charlie C.

I visited this facility

There were various things that I really liked about it. It was all single story, and their rooms had vaulted ceilings which made the rooms look very big even though they were standard size. I also enjoyed the fact that it was on a regular residential street, so I felt that it gave a more home feeling to the establishment as opposed to something being on a major street. The staff was very polite and informative. They had a memory care center that was adjacent and part of the facility. It’s old, but they have amenities that nobody else did have.

September 30, 2016

By Carla225874

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

We put my mother-in-law in this community. They have multiple varieties of food, and food main selections every day. The rooms are very roomy -- which is what we're surprised about -- and they have multiple rooms. They were spacious, very nice, and maintained very well. We have a med tech that takes care of the medication for them, and they do really well and they give it to her at a correct time. If they can't find her, they locate her within the facility if she's not in her room, so they're very efficient. They have a lot of activities, but it's not something she's interested in.

March 27, 2016

By Anonymous121860450

I visited this facility

The rooms were nicer than others I saw. The staff was very nice and knowledgeable. If I had an aging parent, I would not have a problem putting them there.

September 30, 2015

By Caring113832650

I visited this facility

I already have my mother here. It is clean, nice, and the service is good. The people are nice.

May 17, 2015

By Caring107170350

I visited this facility

Everybody treated me fine. The facility was nice and very clean, but small. They had different activities, and they had a nice dining room. They had trips and transportation. The rooms were OK. One of them had a microwave in it, but they didn't have a coffee pot. Basically, you had to go down to the public area to the dining room if you wanted anything, and that I didn't care for; neither did my uncle. They had outside areas where you could go and sit down, but they were small.

March 27, 2015

By Betty103992050

I visited this facility

We did visit, and we thought they were very friendly. I thought it was wonderful because it is all in one story and no stairs. All we did was walk around and look at the amenities. They have a gathering room like a big TV room or a lunch room. People could go in and use the facility if they needed to. Some of the rooms have microwaves, and it was a nice place. We liked it. The fact that they would control her medications and they are 24/7 if she needed anyone impressed us. That is something important to us.

January 06, 2015

By Caring103918050

I am/was a resident of this facility

My daughter put me here. This is the one I moved into because this was the friendliest one. My overall experience with this place is good. The staff is very friendly. They're very professional. They're very good. I know most of the staff. They know what they're doing. They give you good service. I have no complaints.

November 12, 2014

By Luis2

I visited this facility

At this community, the people were pretty good. They were always talking to my grandma and giving her medicine. However, she never liked the food there. The surroundings were pretty good. My grandma was in a two-person in one room, but it was pretty private. It was also pretty nice and clean. The nurse would always go there and ask what's going on -- not just when they needed it. My grandma was pretty happy there except for the food. Regarding activities, on weekdays, they would take the people for singing and dancing. Activities there were nice. I would say that it was really a nice place.

July 18, 2014

By Caring89878050

I visited this facility

My mother is staying here. Everything is fine. It is clean. It is in a mix of residential and business areas. It is close to our family. The care is good. I think she is in a two- or three-bedroom apartment. The food is good, and the dining room is nice.

December 24, 2013

By Theresa13

I visited this facility

I really liked my visit. I like this facility because, for our needs, it was all one level. It was a small facility as opposed to the one I visited that was too big and probably had like 250 residents. This one probably had just about 45 to 50 residents, which was going to work better for my mother, she needed something small.

September 15, 2013

By Joe19

I visited this facility

Everything was clean and tidy. The rooms were good enough for one person. There were activities like music, people singing and dancing. I do not have any negative comments on the place.

May 29, 2013

By Laura18

I visited this facility

The staff is really friendly. All of the residents are happy. They have a really great activity schedule, it's diverse and it felt like they would be very engaging on a daily basis. The rooms are very lovely. They're probably one of the best that we saw. It had a home feeling. They had a nice area with a fish tank. The only reason why we didn't end up going with it had more to do with the location. It was a little bit further away than we wanted. The grounds were not quite as attractive. It's mostly country outside with a couple of desert landscaping type areas. But it wasn't as green and pretty as some of the other places. But it was still very lovely.

February 28, 2013

By Anthony4

I visited this facility

My aunt loves it. It's close to home, about 10 minutes away from our house. It's really nice. It was recommended to us by some friends. It doesn't smell like old people, it smelled like a hotel. My aunt is doing good.
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Memory Care Reviews for Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care

June 17, 2020


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

Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care had a lot of staff. It was tidy and they seemed pretty organized. My father-in-law had a quarantine room for the first two weeks, and he had a roommate. It's in a separate part of the facility, and I can't really say what his permanent room is like for him. Everybody so far has been great. Communication is good. You can always get a hold of somebody in a relatively timely manner, and they're responsive. They were doing indoor bowling when we moved him in. They usually have a bus where they take a field trip once a week, but they can't do that right now. They have a library on one corner of the wing, a theater room, and an outdoor courtyard. I like that the memory care facility is in a separate building than assisted living, so the staff that's assigned to memory care only takes care of the memory care people.

April 05, 2017

By Anonymous331586

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

My husband is here and doing well. Everybody there is really nice. The food is OK. They have all kinds of activities. My husband's room is clean. I have no problem with this community.

May 10, 2016

By Shelly15

I visited this facility

It’s a good community with good caring people. We have good experiences. My mother-in-law seems to be happy and content. The unfortunate thing is that it is so far from us, but everything else is fine. They treat her well. Every time we go in to see her, they seem to be very attentive. The food is good. My mother-in-law seems to eat everything. The room is nice. She is in a joint room with another roommate. They play board games, they take them on field trips every Wednesday, they have bingo nights, they have card nights, they do a lot of morning exercises, and they take them for a walk out on the patio.

August 24, 2015

By grammab

I visited this facility

We wanted to know mostly about the 24 hour care she would receive. It seems to be adicute for the care she needs. She seems to be adjusting to it very well. Has people to talk to and she loves to talk.

May 10, 2014

By Caring1101

I visited this facility

I liked it for my mom because they had a memory care facility built for people with her condition, and it was a small facility. I also liked that they gave personal attention, and they did not let the residents sit in their rooms if they had planned daily activities for them. I got to see the way the technicians handled the residents and got to meet some of them. I had two staff go to my house to meet my mom, and they evaluated her. They were caring, loving, and had a warm and genuine manner. They seemed to know exactly how to deal with people who had this disease, and that really won me over. The place did not look clinical but more like a home. The residents were allowed to put their own personal photos in their rooms. It was a locked facility, and if they tried to get out, the staff were alerted. There was a beautiful patio in the middle, so the residents could not get out into the street. The rooms were clean and spacious. My mom had to be in a shared room with two others. But she had her own area where I could put her bed, chest, and night stand. The residents were dressed; nobody was in pajamas. There were some who participated in the activities, and some who did not. But they did not force them to do all kinds of things. They just gradually integrated them into the activities, especially when they were new to the place. When I was there, I saw them doing group activiites. I knew they took the residents on excursions, where they actually left the premises and went to different venues in the city. They also had dogs for the residents, which they could feed.

November 27, 2013

By Caring74361550

I visited this facility

Mom is here. I know that mom is very happy there. She does have some dementia. They are very caring and very able to assist her. The staff is wonderful and I know mom is very content. She feels very safe and secured there. She also likes all the people so it's very good for her. I can tell you that there are a lot of activities. The place is kept very, very clean. There is no odor. Mom gets all of her meals there. There are really no problems. I would absolutely recommend them to others.

September 15, 2013

By Dennis12

I visited this facility

My mom is now here. I like this one because it is close to my house. Pretty much all memory care is about the same but this place is more reasonable than the other facility we looked at. They have activities there. All the time they were doing something. They would take them out of the facility once a week to go eat lunch somewhere. They also have people come in and do their hair once a week. My mom doesn't participate in some of their activities because she doesn't want to. I don't think there's anything that they could improve on because it is always the same wherever my mom went. My mom is doing the same thing there that she was doing when she was in her own home. It would be the same kind of sadness in a place because every time you go there, she doesn't get any better. I don't think she is happier anywhere. She is always trying to leave, but it is good that this place is gated. You have to have a code to get out. Overall though, I believe they're doing a good job.
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Questions about Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care

What ongoing training does the staff receive in dementia care?

Our staff receive constant training that meets or exceeds state requirements. We also have monthly in-service training and skills classes.

Describe the overall population of assisted living residents at Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care. What is their average age? What are their favorite things to do?

Our residents are anywhere from 65 to 95. We have over 65 residents who are veterans, spouses or widows of veterans. Residents like their cards, bingo and puzzles. The have fun at weekly parties and love the entertainment. The nicest part of our community is the way our current residents welcome new residents. Everyone is very easy going and friendly. They've worked hard all their lives and sometimes it's a little scary moving to a new place with new people. But that fear diminishes quickly when they are immediately welcomed by their new friends and family.

What programs or activities does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to enrich residents' well-being?

We offer on-site and trips including outings to restaurants, casinos, stores and scenic trips. There is daily bingo, card games, arts & crafts, puzzles and current events. Residents also enjoy parties, entertainment and educational in-services.

What places are near Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care or within walking distance for assisted living residents to enjoy?

Although we are tucked in a residential neighborhood, the main roads have Smith's grocery store, local stores, sandwich shops, and Las Vegas Athletics Club. The Las Vegas Strip is a short drive away.

What transportation services does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to assisted living residents?

We have our own wheelchair accessible bus and transportation is included at no additional charge (up to 10 miles)

What makes the chef or dining program at Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care exceptional? What kind of menu can assisted living residents expect?

We have an all-American dining experience! Daily specials like Meatloaf or Baked Ziti with tempt your taste buds. We also offer everyday menu items. Coffee and snacks are always available.

What safety features or security measures does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to assisted living residents?

Help pull cords, wearable pendants, and monthly fire drills. Memory care has alarmed, delayed opening egress doors.

How does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care keep residents' families informed about their loved ones?

Family members are in close communication with our wellness department regarding any medical, psychosocial or personal issues with their loved ones. Families appreciate any updates, regardless how minor, to give them the piece of mind that their loved ones are being attended too 24/7.

What is the care staff-to-resident ratio at Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care during daytime and nighttime hours?

During the day there is typically 1 caregiver/med tech to every 12 residents. The nightshift is typically 1 caregiver/ManTech to every 15 residents. Memory care is 1 to 6 during waking hours.

If Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care accepts dogs or cats, what indoor/outdoor areas can they enjoy?

We welcome small dogs and cats for an additional fee.

What ongoing senior care training does the staff receive?

The staff at Villa Court on-going training per state regulations. Additional in-services are conducted at monthly all-staff meetings.

How many staffers are on duty in the daytime and overnight?

The state ratio is 1-6 during waking hours.

What safety features or security measures does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care provide to protect residents who wander?

Residents that wander are usually best suited for our memory care which offers a secure, alarmed environment.

What programs or activities does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to keep residents engaged? How does the staff engage residents' long-term memories?

Group games, daily exercise, reminiscing, art, music, and sensory therapies.

Who assesses residents' health and cognitive functioning? How often is that assessment repeated?

The memory care director constantly assess our residents for any changes in condition and with the help of our medication technicians we keep the doctors updated.

What techniques does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care use to support memory care residents during mealtimes?

Memory Care resident typically eat together. The dining experience is calm with soft music. Residents requiring assistance eating will either sit with similar residents or at the dining counter for one-on-one assistance from a care giver.

How does Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care keep residents' families informed about their loved ones' health?

Family members are in close communication with our Nurse, Memory Care Director and Administrator regarding any medical, psychosocial or personal issues with their loved ones.

Describe the neighborhood around Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care. Is it located in a residential neighborhood, a business district, a rural setting, or other type of locale?

Villa Court located in a residential neighborhood. This is an established neighborhood with many big beautiful houses and mature trees. There is very little street noise and the families living around us are mostly older and retired.

Is Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care affiliated with a hospital if more care is needed?

Villa Court has many healthcare community partners. The closest hospital to us is Desert Springs Hospital (1.2miles). We also partner with Dispatch Health which is a mobile urgent can that comes to the community to address any non-life threatening issues.

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Services and Amenities of Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care


  • Rent Plus Care Fees
  • Entry Fee
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $2200/month
  • Memory Care Starting At: $3200/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We Offer Companion Suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • Dining Room Shared Meals


  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Computer Room
  • Resident Transportation
  • Garden And Patio
  • Resident Parking

Cleaning services

  • Laundry For Linens
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry For Clothing

Technology and entertainment

  • Cable In Rooms

Health services

  • Pharma

Guest services

  • Guest Parking
  • Guests At Mealtime


  • English
  • Spanish


  • Resident Capacity: 107
  • Respite Care
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed


  • Licenses: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Mental Health Waver
  • State Licenses: 9444-AGC-0
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About Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care

Villa Court's senior housing community is new to Las Vegas but not new to the care of the residents and the staff. The exceptionally caring and dedicated staff is committed to maintaining a safe and comfortable setting as residents open this new chapter in their lives. Villa Court strives to create an atmosphere where residents can celebrate the experience of aging with dignity and grace. Residents have a variety of floor plans to choose from, which includes assisted living for those who need some assistance with day-to-day tasks or independent living if they are looking for more freedom. Memory Care is focused firmly on each individual and providing a safe, familiar, yet stimulating environment that offers activities tailored to each resident's interests and abilities.

What Makes Us Special

Villa Court Assisted Living & Memory Care features so many facility features and services at no extra cost. Our apartments include an abundance of great amenities and a large range of customized services.

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