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Woodland Terrace

300 Kildaire Woods Drive, Cary, NC 27511

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4.37

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Offers Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Independent Living

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Cary, North Carolina 27511


4.4

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Cary, North Carolina 27511



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Reviews of Woodland Terrace in Cary, North Carolina

4.37

(24 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.5

  • Staff

    4.4

  • Food

    3.0

  • Activities

    4.3

  • Value

    3.4

Heather

4

August 31, 2023

I visited this facility

We toured Woodland Terrace. We enjoyed that visit very well. The residents seemed to be very interactive and active in general. They were having some special activities that afternoon. They were dancing in one of the lounges. They asked my mother to dance if she wanted to. Overall, the atmosphere there was very warm and inviting. However, some of the buildings seemed a little dark. It is an older facility. They have a library, exercises, and a small theater. The afternoon that we were there, they had a saxophone player, and somebody was playing the piano, and they were playing in one of the lounges. They had a bistro area where they were having a happy hour. They have a really pretty pond out back. The staff were mostly friendly. The facility appeared clean. I didn't see anything alarming or smell anything for that matter. You can see dents where people's walkers or wheelchairs hit doors or walls. There was some wear and tear that needed some work.

Sue

5

December 20, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

We chose Woodland Terrace for ourselves. It is away from the very busy streets, so it's very quiet. It's just 2 blocks from Trader Joe's and all those places where I buy fruits. To me, the location was great. We only have 180 residents. We have a pond with a walking trail and ducks on it. The people here are extremely friendly. I just came back from a friendship committee where I am a volunteer. There are a few things that I would personally want different. But to me, the things that were of high concern were the heated pool, the walking space, the fact that it's not too big, and the freedom we have in this community. We have breakfast. You just get bacon and eggs and other choices. By 11:30, we have lunch. If you want dinner, you pay an additional $200. We cannot eat two of these meals. It's impossible. We eat fruit in the evenings and that's good. They offer the activities that I need and they have good facilities here.

B.C.

4

June 24, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

We're currently at Woodland Terrace. The rooms are very adequate. When they have enough staff, they clean once a week. However, we haven't been cleaned this week. They're short of staff. So there is cleaning available. I came here thinking I was going to get a little more help with my husband. He had a stroke 11 years ago. You have to pay extra to get help with your husband. Then one time he fell, and I called down for assistance, and there wasn't any, and they just called 911. It's not what I thought. They have all kinds of activities. I confined myself to the apartment because of my immune system, and of course, with the COVID and so forth. We do get checked every week, so if we have any COVID, we know about it. And I like that part. But we haven't been as sociable as we could be just because of my situation. People are friendly, and that's not a problem. They have all kinds of things to do and committees to work on. You could play bingo, have music, or go to the movies. They give you a whole month's menu that you can participate in. I think the activities are probably very good, and I think a lot of people appreciate them. We haven't, but you can't say that they don't offer it. They even go out to eat at a restaurant, and they go shopping at Walmart. They have this little bus service, and they even will take you to a doctor's office on a certain day. They have exercise, and they go exercising in the swimming pool. They have all kinds of things.

Lois

5

April 9, 2022

I visited this facility

Woodland Terrace was great. The rooms were quite large. The facility was newer and kind of modern. It looked inviting. It had everything, from independent living to assisted living to memory care, which means that your loved one wouldn't have to be transferred to another place. The costs were also reasonable. They have a pool, a gym, and a hairdresser's place (that's for the independent living, but then it's for the assisted living people, too.) Their rooms were right near the nursing station and they were quite large, too. The people just seemed nice.

Sheila

5

October 24, 2021

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

We decided to put my mother-in-law Woodland Terrace because it was more spacious. They had more room to roam. She is in memory care, and they just seem to be taking care of her well. The facility is good.

Greer

5

October 24, 2021

I visited this facility

We went to Woodland Terrace. We had a wonderful tour with a lovely lady. I've lost her name for the moment, but she was very helpful and we liked the place very, very much. The rooms and all were lovely. The dining area was very nice. Oh, it's just very pretty. They have a beautiful fountain you look out on from the dining room area, and they have a lovely pool that's enclosed like in a big greenhouse, so you can see outside, but it’s a big full-sized pool. Right next to it is their workout center, which we like very much, all modern equipment, everything is well-updated. We were very impressed with the place. I liked it a lot. The location is very good because it's still not far from downtown Cary and a lot of places that we like. Our favorite Mexican restaurant we could walk to from the place. We like that. I'm impressed. The facility itself was all updated and clean. They were very nice to get us a whole pamphlet folder with all their information, and they had the menu in it, but we were not invited to eat.

Daniel

3

September 17, 2021

I visited this facility

I did a tour of Woodland Terrace. It was a little dirty. In the main building, you had a choice between getting a tiny washer/dryer combination or a dishwasher, and that's weird. The person who gave the tour, Kimberly, was very nice and very helpful. They had a pool. They were very nice and clean, but the rooms that we saw looked a little dated, old and small. They need to update the rooms, have washer/dryers, and dishwashers in the apartment. Right now, you can only get one or the other; a tiny little washer/dryer combination, or a dishwasher. If you get the dishwasher, you have to go down the hallway to use a community washer/dryer. My wife has incontinence, and I can't go in at night if I have to wash sheets or something.

Elizabeth

5

August 21, 2021

I visited this facility

My first experience with Woodland Terrace was that they double booked me, so I ended up having to wait half an hour before somebody could see me, which I did not appreciate. They had the best theater that I experienced in any of the ones I looked at. The room was the nicest of all of them that I had seen. Of course, they showed me a model, but it was a good-sized room. It had a full kitchen, which I liked. In the kitchen, you could either have a dishwasher or you could have a combo washer/dryer. There was lots of light coming into the room that they showed me. You had to check-in and push a button like every day to say that you're OK, and I like that a lot. I have a pet and they allowed pets. What I liked was if you had a first-floor unit, you could put a gate around your little patio that was outside, so that your pet could be outside in the little patio. They did not give me pricing. The staff said she was gonna email it, but she never did. They have a standing facility for physical activity if you want to stay physically active. They have an indoor pool, and they have classes there. They have a separate exercise room, and they have recumbent bikes with a computer screen, so that when you're riding them, it looked like you were on a trail. They had an activity director and a recreational director. The facility was excellent.

Y.S.

4

July 15, 2021

I visited this facility

My mom will be moving to Woodland Terrace in Cary. The facility was beautiful. The day we did our tour, we got to see some activities that the residents were doing. They were just finishing up activities, and we were there near lunchtime. We got to see lunch and just the way the place operated. The employees interacted with the residents there and there would be activities for my mother to participate in. Plus, their employees were treating the residents well, which is something we would want for my mother. The memory care site is one story on the assisted living side. It's a multi-story building, but the memory care site is one story which I like. I also like the fact that there are many doors on the memory care side that require a badge to get in and out. So being that my mother has Alzheimer's, I like the security it gives. It gives the sense of security that she just won't be able to wander out by herself. I really like that she can walk around, but she just can't go out the door because she doesn't have a badge. I like that security aspect. There's also a pond in the community that she could walk around and they have a garden. Gardening is something that my mother likes to do so that's something good about the facility.

Gwendolyn

5

July 11, 2021

I visited this facility

I toured the Woodland Terrace in Cary. I visited their memory care. They were very nice, but for me it was the ultimate cost. It's 5 stars, all the way across except the cost. I love their sitting areas, and I love the openness. I love the engagement of the staff, and I love the outdoor spaces. It's just that when my mom got to the later stages of her disease, it was going to be cost-prohibitive for me; I didn't want to have to move over again. The rooms were nice, very well laid out and roomy. I saw their beauty salon, where they would do nail care, and the TV room. I saw more games here too. From a distance perspective and the location, it's a really nice central area and easy to get to.

Robin

5

November 23, 2020

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

We have chosen Woodland Terrace because the location to where I live is good. I like the view of the courtyard that my father has, and it's convenient to the nurse's station, and has a nice kitchenette. The food is excellent. They have activities, they have cornhole, they have gardening, they have bowling, but it's like the lightweight pins and balls, and then they also have balloon volleyball, and then they have arts and crafts. I think Woodland Terrace is excellent. I think their staff is excellent, they're very attentive. I was sending an email to my father's nurse, and she responds very quickly, and the activities director, the one who sets up the indoor visits and the outdoor visits, she's really nice and accommodating. The food is very good. I think the facility is great. I hadn't been in there that much because of COVID lately, but I think it's very clean, and he says they empty his trash after every meal, so they're constantly taking the trash out of his apartment all day long. I think the value for the money is great.

ehd

1

October 11, 2020

I am/was a resident of this facility

I have lived at Woodland Terrace, in Independent Living, for 1.5 years. The community advertises gourmet food and excellent service. The food is of very poor quality, and mistakes are often made. Tonight I ordered an entree salad made with feta cheese. I noticed JUST in time that it was made with goat cheese. I am violently allergic to goat cheese and would have vomited violently about two hours after eating the salad. Two salads are offered on the menu. I particularly ordered the salad with feta, NOT the one with goat cheese. When I called the dining room, I was told that only one salad was served to everyone that ordered a salad! Oh and the continental breakfast is often lacking coffee, cups, utensils, cereal, pastries, etc. No one manages the breakfast, which is 'offered' from 6 am to 10 am. It is a joke.

Sontakingcareofmom

5

July 2, 2020

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

I can't say enough good things about Woodland Terrace and its staff. The staff cares about its residents and goes the extra mile. The facility is nice and, pre-Covid, there were a lot of activities that kept my mom busy and engaged. Recently, my mom needed some things done in her room that would be something that I would do. Given Covid-19, I cannot go into the facility to visit my mom. I asked Mike J for help. He and his team helped my mom. Also, sometimes my mom needs help and she will go to the front desk in the lobby to ask for assistance. Every team member is friendly and helps her. If needed, they will call me. I can't tell you how much it means to me and to my family knowing that my mom is in a place that cares about her and can help her have the best life possible. I highly recommend this place for you or your loved ones if you are looking for a place that fosters great community, has nice amenities and is close to shopping and restaurants.

LEM

4

June 10, 2020

I visited this facility

Woodland Terrace Woodland Terrace was beautiful. They had assisted living, independent housing, and also an Alzheimer's unit. It's large and clean. It was nice inside and kept up nicely. It felt like an apartment complex. They had a dining room, an exercise room, a library, meeting places, and ample parking.

Msilva

5

April 18, 2020

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

My Dad absolutely loved Woodland Terrace. The staff is friendly and truly cares about getting to know the residents on a personal level. The amenities offered to all residents are set up with care and safety for everyone. I have to say Dad’s favorite part was the amazing food. I think meals were the best part of his day. Daily activities and exercise were always planned with the residents ability in mind. From the entire staff knowing Dad’s name, the warm greetings he received all day, Dad was always treated with respect. When he fell I was contacted immediately and professional help was called in. My brothers and I were very comfortable with the care and safety that was provided. I highly recommend Woodland Terrace in Cary for your loved one. It was a wonderful experience.

samw

2

March 14, 2020

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

I moved my mother here from another Independent Living (IL) facility in Apex. The previous facility was much less expensive, newer, and in many ways better. Woodland was $1050 a month more, but mother wanted the location. Even though it was not quite the good deal of the previous facility, the staff seemed good and the rooms were nice. We had a few issues with a night desk clerk who I will call "J," but it did not seem serious at first. After a couple months Woodland was purchased by Kisco. All the management was replaced, but some of the lower level staff were retained. Housekeeping was great, most daytime staff was great. The new director, who I will call "Mr. T," definitely acted like an absentee owner. While the directors at other facilities I have dealt with were always available and engaged, Mr. T seems to excel only at delegation. Unlike the previous director he did not seem to be there as much, and was not available when he was. The resident relations manager helped us quite a bit though. He was great. The night clerk, "J," started to run a little gossip fiefdom at night. She would harass my mother to the point of real anger. When the poor woman finally reacted, the behavior was blamed on her dementia. Mr. T reacted by giving my mother a letter of warning. "J" would also verbally harass my family members for information, to the point that they would not visit my mother at night. I seriously believe "J" is under the impression she is more than a desk clerk. This verbal harassment mostly took the form of trying to pry personal information out of everyone. While a petty busybody like this would not usually bother me, we were all afraid "J" would take some sort of twisted revenge on my mother. My mother then had three falls on successive nights. I was unable to convince the hospital to keep her or help place her in a rehab facility temporarily. So I hired 24 hour sitters. Checking on this was made more difficult by "J," as the harassment did not stop. I was constantly given arguments about care and sharing information from "J." "J" even had the night security person call me to ask about medications at 2AM. I brought this inappropriate behavior to the attention of management the next day, but there was no change in behavior. On the third day of my mother's falling issues she fell when the 24 hour sitters were with her. At that time I received an email from Mr. T. This basically said that my mother 1.) needed 24 hour watching (which she had), 2.) that we needed to follow the doctor's orders (what?), and 3.) that he would call Adult Protective Services (APS) if things did not improve. To answer the email issues: 1.) mother did have 24 hour watchers when she fell again 2.) we were following doctor's orders. I believe this accusation was made up by "J" as I had not shared any real information with her at this time. Likely "J" was trying to look good to her incompetent boss. 3.) "J" attempted to tell me my responsibilities as POA many times. As this was my fourth POA in five years I really did not need her warped little lesson. I am not sure what this threat of APS was meant to accomplish or even imply. It is sad this was done, and disturbing that those working in elder care would so misunderstand what POA means. Particularly a director. I told him I would welcome help from APS or anyone else. I really could have used any help at the time. I was working hard to move her elsewhere but did not share this information with "J." Their "threatening" email was sent at a time when a caring facility would have reached out to the family with recommendations, or at least support. Overwhelmed families can really use a little understanding, not childish games and hollow threats. Most of the other staff was great. My family is not the type to act special or entitled, so I seriously doubt we are alone in this treatment. Fortunately I found a spot in a much more caring and professional AL facility for a more reasonable price than Woodland Terrace in Cary. It was also $1500 less per month than Woodland's AL unit (mother was in IL at this time). It is easy to find something better than Woodland.

Ellen

4

July 4, 2019

I visited this facility

My parents are on a waiting list for Woodland Terrace. It's very nice, 20 years old, friendly, and not too big, which my mother liked. The setting was very nice in a neighborhood with mature landscaping, and the apartments were bigger than some of the newer places we have seen. The staff was very nice. They had a pool, gym, and physical therapy office on site. The pool was especially nice and covered in a glass enclosure, so it seemed like you’re outside, and yet it was heated and air-conditioned which was important to my dad.

Marcia W.

5

September 6, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

It's the staff that makes the difference! My mom has lived here for two years ( Assisted Living, then in Memory Care). The staff are warm, caring,hardworking and it's clear they love their work. I recommend Woodland Terrace 100%.

Caring100332450

5

February 16, 2015

I visited this facility

It has great surroundings and a quiet neighborhood -- the place to go for walks -- and it is a clean place. The staff people were very friendly. It was spacious and very adequate for my wife. She has Alzheimer's, and in some places we visited, they group people together for slideshows and whatever like a bunch of cattle, and I don't think they do that at Woodland Terrace.

Erik1

5

January 9, 2015

I visited this facility

We visited Woodland Terrace, and I thought it was good. We saw both the apartments and the cottages. We thought they were nice, but it is already sold out. The actual facility itself seemed like a good place. It would have been a good fit if my aunt actually liked it. The rooms were good. We saw a two bedroom-two bathroom apartment. And we also saw a cottage that was a little bigger which would have been too much for her. The staff was very helpful and very understanding. They understood that my aunt was not really receptive to visiting the facility, so they adjusted the way they showed the facility.

May251

5

August 30, 2013

I visited this facility

It was beautiful. The room that I saw was large and had a lovely view. The people and their dining room were very nice. They had activities. However, they had a very long waiting list.

Caring0650

5

March 22, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Woodland Terrace was noted for their dementia care, so we opted for the facility. The staff was accommodating. They had physical therapy, memory care activites and social activities. I would strongly suggest this facility to others.

yankees005

5

November 19, 2011

I visited this facility

The Woodland Terrace assisted living facility in Cary, North Carolina is a great community. The buildings are on a professionally designed 22 acre landscape. The flowers and green grass everywhere are very inviting and create a sense of compassion. Woodland Terrace cares about their landscape, so this care reflects on their attitude towards their residents. The buildings are modeled after old style southern country homes. This is aspect of the facility is very comforting. The architecture along with the landscape architecture give a sense of privacy and seclusion. Inside the amenities are even better. Every meal is catered by a professional chef. Every meal is served in the beautiful dining room overlooking the lake on the grounds. When I toured the facility, this was a major dealbreaker for me. The catered meals definitely would make me consider living here if I was a senior. In addition, the staff and the other residents were neighborly and kind.

sunside3174

4

July 5, 2011

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother stays at Woodland Terrace in Cary. It is a large, beautiful retirement community. Her apartment is similar to a mini-house. Mom's apartment is spaciously designed with living room, bedroom, and kitchen with all appliances. Mom is served healthy meals by waitstaff in the dining room. I've eaten meals there and I can vouch for the quality of food served. However, mom sometimes complains that it would be nice to have more variety. Perhaps kitchen chefs could try changing the menu more frequently. Woodlance Terrace has 22 acres of land with a small pond, and they offer residents (and guests) the opportunity to play Putt-Putt golf on the grounds. Mom especially enjoys walking the paved trail around the community. She has made many friends, and it's not the typical retirement crowd of folks who sit around watching TV all day long. Residents are active with planned activities, social events, exercise, games and monthly outings. The employees seem to genuinely care about the residents, and I can highly recommend Woodland Terrace.

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Costs for Woodland Terrace in Cary, North Carolina

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.

$5,300

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.

$3,465

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Woodland Terrace in Cary, North Carolina

Costs

  • Entry Fee

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Studio Apartments
  • Housing Extra: Cottages

General

  • Resident Capacity: 184
  • Respite Care
  • Minimum Age: 55
  • Pets Allowed: All pets allowed

About Woodland Terrace in Cary, North Carolina

As a member of the Woodland Terrace community, you will enjoy a thoughtfully arranged, relationship-rich environment that encourages independence for seniors at various stages of life. Whether your passion is swimming early morning laps, taking a walk around the lake, working in the garden or sharing an afternoon with family and friends, you will have the opportunity to celebrate your uniqueness. We offer the peaceful feeling of a secluded retreat, but are close to city conveniences. Within walking distance, you’ll find shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities. And you’ll have added peace of mind knowing that first-rate medical facilities are nearby.

INDEPENDENT LIVING:

At Woodland Terrace, we promote a sense of community and friendship. Our community features a wide spectrum of individualized services and lifestyle options. Life at Woodland Terrace is vibrant, fulfilling and as busy or carefree as you desire. This may be the active lifestyle of our cottage residences or independent service-enriched lifestyle of our apartment homes.

Amenities:
  • Award-winning dining program
  • Restaurant style dining in multiple venues
  • Daily continental breakfast plus choice of lunch or dinner
  • Weekly housekeeping and linen service
  • Standard cable, utilities, and telephone
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Emergency response system
  • 24-hour security / front desk staff / manager on duty 7 days a week
  • Daily check-in service
  • Scheduled transportation-shopping and medical appointments
  • Signature Art of Living Well® programs
  • Library with computer access
  • Planned social and educational events as well as day trips
  • Balance and mobility programs
  • Fitness center with indoor heated pool

ASSISTED LIVING:

If your needs change over time, our supportive team of associates will be available to customize a care program that’s right for you while you maintain your personal relationships and customary routines. Woodland Terrace provides both you and your family the peace of mind to plan for your future comfort and happiness. You can choose to participate in a variety of planned social events, educational classes and group activities where you can spark your own imagination and inspire others. Residents enjoy a thoughtfully arranged, relationship-rich environment that encourages independence for seniors at various stages of life.

MEMORY CARE:

Living well begins with a warm, caring person-centered approach. For loved ones coping with Alzheimer’s or dementia related disorders, the need for a comfortable environment and compassionate assistance is vital to well-being. The Arboretum at Woodland Terrace is thoughtfully designed to promote the independence, dignity, and individuality of each resident through our person-centered approach to care. Our friendly professional staff will take pleasure in spending time with residents while providing dedicated care and services. Woodland Terrace provides both you and your family the peace of mind to plan for your future comfort and happiness.

Additional Amenities
  • Personal care services available, including assistance with dressing, bathing, and other activities of daily living
  • Three daily meals plus snacks
  • Laundry services
  • Weekly housekeeping and linen service
  • Medication management
  • Standard cable, utilities, and telephone
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Signature Art of Living Well® programs
  • Nurse on duty / on call 24 hours
  • Escort services to/from dining room and activities
  • Planned social and educational events as well as day trips
  • Gardening program
  • Music & Memory program
  • Aquatics Programs

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