Apple Tree Assisted Living

Offers Assisted Living

8 Reviews
565 North 300 West, Kaysville, UT 84037
Call (800) 385-2527
Apple Tree Assisted Living (800) 385-2527

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Assisted Living Reviews for Apple Tree Assisted Living

February 27, 2015

By Paula45

I visited this facility

Apple Tree is really nice. It was clean, and the staff is very nice. The care is great. The people who are in there seem very happy. We actually have a singing group that performs there quite regularly so we are very familiar with that facility. The people have a good a rapport with one another. They seem very happy, well taken care of, and seem to enjoy what they have going on there. They have good rooms. There are three different sizes of room availability. It is bright and has nice white halls. It is very nice, and I'm very pleased with it.

January 19, 2015

By Susan101007850

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We had a positive experience at Apple Tree. They respected my father's privacy if he does not want to join in an activity, but they were glad to help him if there was something that he was interested in. They tried to make sure they did something that he would like. It was very clean, the food was wonderful, and the facilities were nice. The staff was fantastic; they were very friendly.

September 20, 2013

By Larry18

I am a friend or relative of a resident

When I first walked in Apple Tree, it was very clean. There were lots of open air and sunlight coming in. They had a vacancy at that time so we decided to move one of my parents there. This facility far exceeds my expectations. Their rooms are very nice and of good size. They have windows in their rooms. They have a very caring staff. Everyone is very friendly and helpful.

June 10, 2011

By nmark007

Friend or relative of resident

My grandfather moved into this facility shortly after grandmother died because he did not want to live at home alone anymore. This was an excellent facility for him as he was still independent and could drive. They had several different floor plans to choose from and so he chose one that was larger in order to have room for family to come and visit and to bring his couch and other furniture from home. This really helped to make the assisted living center feel like his home. We loved coming to visit, the staff was really nice and the facility wasn't really large, so it was easy to find his room. They helped grandpa with daily things like getting ready and making sure he was eating and taking his medicine. It was nice knowing that the staff was there around the clock and they really did a great job making the transition easy for everyone. Grandpa loved having his own room with a private entrance, this really made it feel much more like a real apartment to him and he really loved having guest to entertain at his new house. The nursing staff was really great about informing the family about upcoming activities and events so we could even come and participate in them with grandpa.
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Questions about Apple Tree Assisted Living

Describe the overall population of assisted living residents at Apple Tree Assisted Living. What is their average age? What are their favorite things to do?

We have around 60-65 residents at Apple Tree, usually 15 men and 45-50 women. Our average age is about 70, and our residents are generally a little more independent since we are a Type I community. We love going on outings on our fun Little Red Wagon bus, having cooking classes, watching entertainment that visits Apple Tree, and playing games.

What programs or activities does Apple Tree Assisted Living offer to enrich residents' well-being?

We take our residents on a weekly excursion on our bus to a destination in the community. We love going up the canyon in the fall to see the beautiful changing leaves, going to pumpkin patches around Halloween, and seeing the latest movie. We have exercise classes, cooking classes, WII bowling, Bingo, and more!

What places are near Apple Tree Assisted Living or within walking distance for assisted living residents to enjoy?

We are within walking distance of a craft store, a dollar store, grocery store, restaurants, and physicians offices.

What transportation services does Apple Tree Assisted Living offer to assisted living residents?

We offer bus rides for our activities, as well as transportation to appointments and shopping, for a minimal fee.

What makes the chef or dining program at Apple Tree Assisted Living exceptional? What kind of menu can assisted living residents expect?

We have delicious meals at Apple Tree! Check out a sample menu online on our dining tab, website cozyretire.com. We offer an alternate main dish for each meal, as well as a soup and salad bar at lunch and dinner. There are many options to please even the pickiest eater!

What safety features or security measures does Apple Tree Assisted Living offer to assisted living residents?

We have increased our medical staff, resulting in residents getting a quicker response if they call. All calls go to the Front Desk, which is always staffed 24 hours a day. Residents are given an assigned seat in the dining room-so they can get to know their table mates, and it is also a safety check so we can know who is not at a meal, and make sure all is well.

How does Apple Tree Assisted Living keep residents' families informed about their loved ones?

We have digital screens in the building that shows the Activity calendar and other events that occur. We also send information each month to families so they can also get involved. In the event of a medical issue, our RN calls and discusses personally with the family what she has discovered, and then discuss further options as a team. We pride ourselves in making sure the family is in the loop with everything!

What is the care staff-to-resident ratio at Apple Tree Assisted Living during daytime and nighttime hours?

Daytime we have a full time RN on staff in the building, and she is on call 24/7. We have CNA's on staff during daytime hours, as well as all night. We always have medical staff on site.

If Apple Tree Assisted Living accepts dogs or cats, what indoor/outdoor areas can they enjoy?

Apple Tree is a pet-free community.

What ongoing senior care training does the staff receive?

Staff receives training at monthly training meetings, as well as specialized training each 6 months. These topics vary from Understanding Dementia, to licensing for CPR, and other training necessary to perform their jobs.

What safety features or security measures does Apple Tree Assisted Living provide to protect residents who wander?

Apple Tree is a Level 1 Assisted Living. If we have a resident who is wandering, we refer their family to our sister company, Apple Village, where we have a Memory Care wing.

Costs for Apple Tree Assisted Living

Cost of Assisted Living

$ 1,234

Starting Price

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Services and Amenities of Apple Tree Assisted Living

Costs

  • All Inclusive Rent
  • Entry Fee
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $2150/month

Room and housing options

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

General

  • Resident Capacity: 65
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed

Licenses

  • State Licenses: 74

About Apple Tree Assisted Living

Apple Tree Assisted Living is located in the heart of charming Kaysville Utah. Our community is close to shopping, yet is nestled back in the trees with a stream running behind the facility. Our unique interior boasts raised beds complete with trees with singing birds and ponds complete with fish and turtles! Everything is on one level, no need to navigate elevators, with skylights and natural light lining each hall. We offer free WIFI, free long distance calling, cable, phone, and internet also included. Our residents have free use of our community computer, low cost transportation to medical appointments, free community access outings on our bus, and enriching social and recreational activities.

We also offer other locations in our Cozy Retire Assisted Living communities. Apple Village Assisted Living is a type II community located in Layton that offers assisted living with memory care, and Gardens Assisted Living located in Ogden.

What Makes Us Special

Apple Tree Assisted Living offers unique interior gardens and ponds, with skylights and natural light. Come Home to our caring staff, great activities, and meaningful relationships at Apple Tree Assisted Living!


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