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Park Place Assisted Living

2305 Ives Court, Reno, NV 89503

(844) 731-4806

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4.07

(28 reviews)

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Reviews of Park Place Assisted Living in Reno, Nevada

4.07

(28 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.4

  • Staff

    4.5

  • Food

    3.3

  • Activities

    3.8

  • Value

    4.2

Ronald

4

June 24, 2023

I visited this facility

Park Place Assisted Living just opened up a new building for independent living. It was still fairly new, but the landscaping on the new building needed some cleanup. There were steps going up and down in the building, which would be a tough time for some seniors. The staff was OK, but they weren't prepared to show the entire building yet because they were cleaning and getting the place ready for more residents to come in. We were able to see the rooms, but some of them were a little small. It was located up on the hill, and it was pretty much by itself. The place itself was gated, so I'm sure there's a level of protection there. But I wasn't impressed with the neighborhood surrounding the area.

Khrystal

5

April 30, 2023

I visited this facility

Park Place Assisted Living felt very homey. I really liked it. I liked how small the facility was. It gave them the feeling of actually being in a home. My only big drawback was that the rooms were pretty small, but it was probably my most favorite layout. The lady that gave the tour was great. She came in and welcomed me. They had a little sign in their office that said "Welcome" with my name on it. She was very personable. They had daily activities. They take them off site once a week, and they had an activity room. I liked their location. They could see the annual balloon races that we have, which I thought was pretty cool.

Camille

5

February 19, 2023

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

We moved my mom to Park Place Assisted Living. It's like its own little hamlet, there are a variety of little houses, and you have housemates, and you get your own room. It's really cute and cozy, and the staff are so friendly, amazing, and incredibly helpful. I have never been to a facility where the staff has been so wonderful. So far, it's going very well, and they've been very compassionate. My mom says the food is OK, but I haven't tried it, though it looks amazing and nobody else has complained about it. They all sit at the table and eat together, so that's really nice to see. They have quite a few activities, they have an organ player who comes and entertains the residents, and they'll also be having a Valentine's Day get together or party. They also do bingo, they do a lot of activities, and on Thursdays they go out for lunch.

Bernadette

5

February 24, 2021

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

I think this is my father's week #3 at Park Place. For the first two weeks, he was in quarantine not because he had Covid, but because for protection of everybody else. My brother and his girlfriend visited on Saturday, and they said that dad is doing better. He did take a couple of falls which was nothing severe, but he seems to be doing better. He seems to be adjusting, and I'm really pleased with the staff and with the facility. The entire environment is amazing. He doesn't want to be in that type of environment, so he is fighting it, but it is not anything combative or aggressive. If I send them a text or a voicemail, they always get back to me, and everybody has been very responsive, very supportive and very caring as far as meeting his needs. Hopefully, we'll know a little more this week when I see him there physically, but from the report I got from my brother and his girlfriend, he is doing better and that they're taking good care of him. My father is on a soft diet because he is having problems with swallowing. As far as I was told, they have him eat out in the main area.The setup is really awesome because they have 5 houses, and each house has 12 patients. Each wing has 6 residents on each side, then they have a little kitchen area, so I know they can monitor my father and watch him when he eats. He hasn't said anything about the food, but he will eat anything. I saw their menu, and it looked good and well balanced. The staff that was taking the phone calls explained how it was all set up and everything, and when I went to see the place, the moment I walked in, I was like, "This is nice." I also really, really like the Covid protocol that they have in there. I wish everybody would do that like taking the temperature, washing hands as you go in and just really careful about gearing up, and they're taking it very seriously. The staff has been very nice and very helpful, and they answer all my questions, too. The place is very clean and very well organized, with safety protocol in place, I was amazed how clean it was. I think their activities are very limited, but that's fine with me. I know it's not ideal mentally and physically, but if it keeps my father safe from Covid, I'm all for that. We're OK with the cost. From the range that I have found, it's towards the bottom of the range, so we're good with that. The second fall that my father took, he went down very gently, he got disoriented, and he ended up in the shower. They called me at 2:30 in the morning and thank goodness, they reported it, and it was very detailed. They reported everything that happened, they were very honest and open, and I really liked that. I'd rather have that than not knowing and not having all the facts, so I think they're watching him really, really well. They seem to be really caring people.

Hyer

1

December 30, 2020

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

It’s taken me a couple months to be able to write this review. I try to keep things positive however I would feel guilty not expressing my concerns about the quality of care being provided. My mother lived at Park Place Assisted Living for a couple years and things were great in the beginning but once COVID-19 hit everything changed. Park Place became more like a prison and less like a happy home. My mother felt so isolated, lonely and depressed and was starting to give up on life. It was heartbreaking. After they cut the hours of the staff the quality of the food got so bad I was having to drop off groceries for her at the front gate. I wouldn’t recommend moving anyone into Park Place Assisted Living until they make changes and start caring about the residents. In the end they didn’t care about my mother. All they cared about was making money.

Provider Response

We at Park Place miss the pre COVID days as well when we took our Blue House ladies on weekly lunch outings. How fortunate your mom was to be able to advance to an Independent Living Facility that is not regulated with state mandates. That being said as a Tier 1 Long Term Care Facility we are fast tracking the available vaccine programs and have our Silver Team staff already vaccinated. On January 21st we will have an onsite clinic through CVS at Park Place for all in house residents and those with deposits to move in before February. Thank you for your feedback. We are truly excited to return to care routines before COVID that resulted in a National Bronze Quality Award 2020 through AHCA/NCAL. Jeanne Bishop-Parise, HSE#3 NV

Carmel

5

December 15, 2020

I visited this facility

I did an in-person tour of Park Place Assisted Living. I thought it was terrific. My hesitation was that it did not have memory care. The staff seemed very positive and very professional. I saw a couple of the rooms, they were very small, and so for an elderly person that is gonna mingle and interact I think that's fine, but someone who's gonna be in their room a whole lot like my mother, I think it seemed a little bit small there. There were outdoor gathering places for events like music, and there was an indoor recreation room. I was told about a musical performance that was held outside. I'm sure they had more. We didn't really talk about it. They have like little satellite areas, everything is on the ground floor, but there are different buildings which were nice, and it was very clean.

DR

4

November 9, 2020

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

My mother has been at Park Place Assisted Living for a very short time, but they have been extremely helpful. They're enthusiastic about what they do, and they've gone over the top to help us settle in and make sure that she has everything she needs. There are options, and there are events and activities that are suitable for everyone. She has to be quarantined for 14 days right now. As soon as that's done, hopefully, she'll integrate well into that, but they're very helpful, very warm, and welcoming. The administrator has been very helpful and appreciative and just making sure that we have everything we need for her to integrate, and going over the regulations. The nurse is awesome. We also got to meet the maintenance guy. The facility is beautiful, everything is clean and neat, the grounds are great, and the courtyard is awesome. The calendar of activities looked great, they have weekly and daily stuff, and special events monthly. I think it's gonna be fantastic.

Mileen

5

February 25, 2019

I am/was a resident of this facility

I have been a resident here at P.P. For 3 yeas. I absolutely love it I highly recommend it for anyone that is looking for good place to live. The staff is always very kind considerate loving the food is delightful and the activities are wonderful and therapy dogs are the best . I’m so very thankful I live here. I highly recommend this facility.

Provider Response

Thank you Mileen for taking the time to share your experience. We love having you and "Georgia Girl". Jeanne Bishop-Parise, ED

Darla

3

August 30, 2018

I visited this facility

I loved Park Place Assisted Living and I didn't see anything wrong with it. It's just far from me personally. The staff was great, but the building was a little run-down because it's been there for a long time. However, I loved the idea that its three separate large homes, and they have ten residents per home. So it's like they're living in a home and not in a facility. I'm impressed with the place based on my visit. Each house had its own manager, caregiver, and personnel giving medication. The staff member I met was very nice and loves her patients; she's very caring. The only thing is the carpet needs to be changed in some rooms, the paint needs to be touched up, and the bathrooms need to be updated.

M.C.

4

February 12, 2018

I visited this facility

Park Place was much smaller with a community room, and every building had a dining room. There were so many wheelchairs for a group of six people living in a house.

Reviewer

3

November 30, 2017

I visited this facility

The apartments at Park Place Assisted Living were efficient, they were small. The staff was good. They have limited activities like arts and crafts, exercises, and outings. It has a different style. There are independent houses all around.

Nancy

4

September 12, 2017

I visited this facility

We had a very nice visit at Park Place. Everyone was very helpful. It was a nice community that did not seem to fit what my mother needed. They showed us everything, like their barbecue area, their outdoor area, and their community center. I did not like that the food was not cooked there. It was cooked in another house and brought to each of the houses in a big warmer. I didn't like that the tables were covered with plastic. It helps keep everything clean, but it looked a little tacky. The rooms were smaller than the other places we looked at, and it would've really been much harder for her to get around. The staff was excellent.

labarr

5

February 10, 2017

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

My siblings and I are so glad that we found Park Place for our mother, who needed a higher level of care after breaking her hip. The staff takes such good care of her, and she feels at home and well taken care of. Her room is beautiful and filled with light. She also said she really likes the food. They also do an amazing job of coordinating care for doctors appointments and medications and such. We are all very grateful that we can rest assured that she is in such good hands.

Joseph857702

5

November 30, 2016

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

My cousin was in Park Place, and it was a really good experience. She had a studio, and it was good. The staff was very good. They had arts, they had transportation to functions in town, and they also had a stylist that would come in. The food was really good from what I heard, and it was most reasonably priced.

Joe235031

5

November 28, 2016

I visited this facility

Park Place is a beautiful community. It is some place that I would very much like to move one of my clients into. There are individual units. There’s both assisted and independent living. It’s really very nice. I was very impressed. The rooms are not huge, but they’re very nice. There are lots of activities for the residents. I was very impressed overall by that. There’s quite a few activities and things of that nature. It was all very impressive.

Stefany411053

3

November 28, 2016

I visited this facility

My least favorite was Park Place. It was more designed to be like a home environment, so there are different homes on the property. You might have anywhere from 5 to 7 people living in the home. They have their own room, and then they share a common area and a common eating area. Some people get overwhelmed with bigger situations. My mom’s personality is that it is too close to quarters with people she may or may not like, and she doesn’t want to live with 5 other people. It is just not her personality. The eating area looked worn down like the table was covered with thick plastic stuff. It doesn’t have a very good look to it. What I did like about Park Place was they know their stuff. I sat there and talked to them for probably an hour and we discussed everything that my mom has been going through. They just seemed to have a really good handle on how to work with elderly people especially if the elderly person is difficult or they’re experiencing major depression or they’re hard to get along with – They really seemed to know their stuff. As far as the physical look and everything, it wasn’t that grand, but I think they could still take care of people pretty well.

Laura Q.

2

November 14, 2016

I visited this facility

I cannot give Park Place Assisted Living a very good recommendation. It was extremely dark, the rooms were so small, and we were not impressed at all. We all met one of the staff members, and she was very nice, but the entire setup did not lend itself well to group activities, and it had narrow, dark hallways.

Provider Response

Laura, we regret that your visit was not what you were looking for. Park Place is not a large, institutional community setting, but instead offers a unique gated neighborhood of senior care cottages each designed for 12 with smaller hallways to navigate when one is a fall risk, or has declining memory, strength or vision. Adjoining suites are available and the views from each room of the mountains, Reno City Lights, or park-like setting are amazing. Our resident-centered home-style care with small group activities and personalized live music in room for those we serve with our two license endorsements resulted in Park Place receiving the inaugural Gold Award through the Perry Foundation for Quality Care in Assisted Living. Please feel free to contact me directly should your desire for a larger group setting change.

Anonymous014175

4

November 13, 2016

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

I like Park Place Assisted Living, but I don't like the idea that if they want to go to recreation, they have to go outside. I don't think that's particularly smart for old people. But one of the things I do like is they are willing to take people short-term -- like for a week at a time.

Sharon405174

5

September 1, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I have my sister in Park Place, and I love it. It’s wonderful. They have all kinds of activities. They get really good meals. The staff is very friendly, very helpful, and love their jobs.

Barbara116253

4

August 23, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I like Park Place Assisted Living because of its home-like setting. There are private rooms on each side of this house that are pretty sizable and have room for a bed and my mom's chair. She has a big bay window, so she can look outside and see people move around. The food is not that wonderful. They don’t have a chef on-duty right now, so the people that are doing the cooking arent't that knowledgeable about special diets.

Laura824678

4

June 21, 2016

I visited this facility

Our tour of Park Place was very good. It was very nice and clean, and they had the right ratio of staff to the residents. It seemed like a good place. They said there were several activities for them to do every day, and sometimes they’d go on tours.

Mark844677

4

June 10, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I placed my mom in Park Place about three weeks ago. It seems to be working out quite well. It's too early to tell conclusively, but so far, we're pleased. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. It has been a good experience. The rooms and apartments are fine and adequate. The food seems to be fine. The dining area is clean and nice.

memere90

5

April 26, 2016

I visited this facility

It was a difficult decision having to move my 88 year old mother into an assisted living facility. Her dementia had gotten so bad it was no longer safe for her to be at home alone and the cost of 24/7 in-home care was more than we could afford. I did extensive research and toured many different assisted living facilities in the Reno area and decided on Park Place. I knew mom could easily find the dining area, would enjoy sitting on the porch enjoying the beautiful landscaping and taking short walks. However, most importantly I knew she would be safe. After a year at Park Place, mom became ill and was put on hospice care. I am grateful she was able to stay at Park Place during this time. It is not easy losing your mother and since my siblings lived out of town, the staff at Park Place became my extended family during this difficult time. The Executive Director of Park Place was kind enough to play the guitar and sing to mom while she was in a coma, hoping she could hear the music. I will never forget the kindness shown to me by the staff at Park Place but more importantly the loving and compassionate care mom received while she was there.

Anonymous114827050

4

October 29, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My great-aunt is at Park Place. I think half of the staff goes there because of their paycheck, and the other half really love their job and do an outstanding job. The room is adequate. Any needs that my great-aunt has as far as a hospital bed or a different type of chair, they have been really good at helping me facilitate that and make it happen. I've been pleased with that. My aunt likes the food. It seems to be fine. I would recommend this facility to others.

Caring112787750

4

September 30, 2015

I visited this facility

The staff seemed extremely energetic and interested at Park Place. It’s divided into smaller housing units which can be distinguished from the other one. It’s a little different concept from larger size communities. The dining area is different for each unit. I was impressed with the energy of the activities people.

Caring111863350

3

August 14, 2015

I visited this facility

I visited Park Place Assisted Living, and it seemed fine. The rooms looked comfortable. The staff who accommodated me seemed friendly and knowledgeable.

Provider Response

Thank you for feedback about your recent tour. I am surprised that you did not have the usual amazing personalized experience when you entered our unique gated community of 5 senior care homes. Most of our staff that make themselves available for nonscheduled tours have cared for their own family members both in Park Place for short/long term stays or else at home with support of our health and hospice partners. We are all like extended family. Leaders round the clock in all departments have 8-10+ years experience at Park Place. I hope that you may re-visit us in the future, but in the meantime, thank you for helping us to improve our future customer tours with your comments. Jeanne Bishop-Parise, ED Park Place Assisted Living

Dani1

4

December 27, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My dad is in Park Place. This is a well kept and clean place. It also has a positive environment. It is nice because it is not one big cottage; there are five small houses. The staff is very kind and polite. They took care of my dad through a cataract surgery and that was very helpful. They provide three meals a day plus a snack. They also provide transportation to and from doctor's appointments. As far as activities, they do field trips and they would take them out to lunches, senior center, etc.

Tammy6

5

October 28, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I did place my dad in an assisted living facility at Park Place. They have a great staff. What I have seen when I went there, I really liked. I've eaten there and I think their food is fine. Overall, we're happy with this facility. My dad's stay there seems to be going well.

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Costs for Park Place Assisted Living in Reno, Nevada

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.

$4,070

Starting Price

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$2,500

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Park Place Assisted Living in Reno, Nevada

Costs

  • All Inclusive Rent
  • Fee Structure Extra: Community Fee: $1599

Room and housing options

  • Companion Suites: We do not offer companion suites.
  • Studio Apartments

General

  • Resident Capacity: 60
  • Pets Allowed: Small pets allowed.

About Park Place Assisted Living in Reno, Nevada

Each of the cottages at Park Place is a spacious and inviting home designed specifically for twelve seniors with common areas for dining. Fireplace living rooms and large screen TV day room are ideal for socializing and small group activities. Each resident has his or her own private bedroom with a private bathroom and shower. Each room has a cable TV connection and hook-up for private phone line. For safety, each room has two assistance call buttons. The community is WI FI throughout. Park Place has its own professional chef and staff, who prepare meals in a licensed commercial kitchen on site serving family style to each home. Best of all, Park Place residents enjoy a delicious variety of dining options at every meal and healthy snacks.

Park Place Features:

  • Family Style Dining in each home
  • Lovely Outdoor Areas and Walking paths
  • Private Rooms with individual shower and bathroom
  • Amazing views of the city lights and surrounding mountains
  • WI FI throughout
  • Gated neighborhood of senior care homes with keypad entry
  • Fun kid friendly events throughout the year: Trick or Treat, Easter Egg Hunt, Cookie Decorating, and more

We provide medication management and assistance with bathing and daily living activities. Our person-centered care anticipates wellness and comfort while validating seniors.

Laundry is done in the convenience of each home with housekeeping services. Transportation is provided for scheduled medical appointments and regular activity outings. The recreation room overlooks Rancho San Rafael Park by day and City of Reno lights by night.

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