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Auburn Hill Senior Living

5800 Harbour Lane, Midlothian, VA 23112

(855) 944-5257

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4.8

(7 reviews)

Offers Memory Care and Assisted Living

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Costs for Auburn Hill Senior Living in Midlothian, Virginia

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.

$6,650

Starting Price

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.

$4,750

Starting Price

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Reviews of Auburn Hill Senior Living in Midlothian, Virginia

4.8

(7 reviews)

  • Facility

    5.0

  • Staff

    4.9

  • Food

    5.0

  • Activities

    5.0

  • Value

    5.0

John

4

July 21, 2023

I visited this facility

My mother will be moving into Auburn Hill Senior Living. It's a very well taken care of place. It was obviously newer and the people were really helpful. It seemed like it was, just based on the environment where it's located, a good place for my mother. When I went, I saw the residents eating dinner, and I spoke to a few ladies that were eating and they were very happy with the place. I did visit all what they had, but none of that was going on at the time. They had a really nice movie room, a really nice place to get your hair done, like a hairdresser place, and the dining facility was excellent. The food that I read on the menu was nice. They had bingo nights and stuff like that. I visited a bunch of places, and out of all the ones I visited, that one and one other were the top two that I liked. They were the best out of what I saw.

Donya

5

December 7, 2022

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

We've placed my mother-in-law at Auburn Hill Senior Living. What I like the most is that the place is very accommodating. You call them and ask them for a favor, and they'll go up to her room and do whatever she needs, no questions asked. They're super-duper nice, the staff is just very kind. You could tell that they enjoy their job and they enjoy the people, they have a playful and light-hearted work environment which is good. They have a lot of things going on, they have bingo, they have a movie theater then they can go and sit in these comfy chairs. They've got a bistro where they can just go sit and have a drink that they serve. They also provide cleaning services. It overlooks the lake, which is a beautiful place to go out and sit when the weather is nice. My mother-in-law loves the food. It's expensive but it's more valuable for the money than the other places that we've reviewed.

Beth

5

October 7, 2022

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

My mom has moved into Auburn Hill Senior Living. Everything has gone very smoothly. Everybody's been very efficient, and my mom had been treated very well. Everybody's very polite at the facility. It's quite comprehensive. The facility is fairly new, I think in the last two years, so it looks very new, nothing's dated. Her room is very bright. The finishings in the room are higher end. She's got a little kitchen, with a nice, hard-surface counter. The amenities in the bathroom were nice, and the space is efficiently used. There's a pocket door to go to the bathroom, which leaves a wide entry, and then the door doesn't get in the way. There's a movie theater, a beauty salon, and a lot of activity rooms. It's just bright and airy and has a gorgeous view looking over the reservoir. My mom is in love with the food. She's met the chefs, talked with them, and she has just been so happy to not have to cook her own meals. She's enjoyed all of the food, and there's a menu that she can pick from. She gets a calendar weekly with all the different activities, and she started participating in them in her first week there.

Sandra

5

April 16, 2022

I visited this facility

I liked the friendliness, and the beauty of the grounds of Auburn Hill Senior Living. They had a lot of outdoor verandas, the deck or porch outside where you could sit. They had grilling, picnics, and stuff. It was real homey. The staff was very helpful, and very compassionate with sharing the experiences of some of the other folks that lived there. She was very knowledgeable. It was a well-kept facility. We did not eat there, but everything that we saw looked very nice. The dining area was very nice and very spacious. They had all kinds of activities. That particular day, they were having a Mardi Gras. They have a nice beauty salon, and they also offered rides to different areas on certain days, and rides to the doctor appointments on certain days. They had Bible studies. There was a lot of activity.

T

5

September 7, 2021

I visited this facility

I toured Auburn Hill for my father. The tour was nice. The first person I met with was the activity director. She was bubbly, fun, and enthusiastic about providing entertainment and fun for the residents to be creative. I got to see the memory care, and one of the rooms. I also met with the director. She also took me downstairs where they would bring in bands for entertainment. They also have their "pub," their bar where they have mock beer or mocktails. It's a beautiful place, and the view is beautiful. I saw one room because they only had one room available. That was a companion room, so you walked into the the main room that brings you into the suite. And then you walk into the room, to the left and then to the right, and then they share a bath. What I didn't like about that is that the rooms did not have his own separate room. It's only the main room that will let you into the suite. They had other rooms at the time of my visit, like the single rooms, but all the other rooms were booked. They just showed me what was available at the time. The place was modern, light, bright, and airy. There's sunshine because there's so many windows, and you get some sunshine coming in. The memory care is upstairs. There was a terrace there that faces the waters so you can see the waters. It was beautiful. You have a water view, you can see a dock, and everything is very peaceful. They have a common area on that floor, and an activities calendar.

Karen

5

June 25, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to Auburn Hill Senior Living, and my mother will be moving in there. It was very handy for me. It's probably 10 minutes from my home. It's very warm and inviting when you go in, the way it's laid out, it's laid out very well for seniors. It's just got a pocket door for the bathroom, so she doesn't have to maneuver her walker around the door. The showers are built strictly for rollers rolling in in a wheelchair or in a walker, which is very handy for her. She has her own window bunk that looks out over the lawn and all the rooms have a view of some description, which is nice. It's just lovely there. I thought the persons that I worked with thus far, which have been strictly the sales and marketing people, have been very nice. The building is beautiful, it's awesome.

Felicia

5

June 24, 2021

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

My dad has been in Auburn Hill Senior Living for a couple of weeks now. They are amazing. I felt very comfortable every time I went in. The facility is beautiful, and I feel that they made me and my dad feel safe. He is being taken care of. I'm in contact with them most of the time if there's any issues because my dad is in his mid to last stages of Alzheimer's. I am very pleased with the services that they offer. They have exercises and activities for my dad. The place itself is beautiful. My dad's room is very comfortable. When he first walked in, he said, "Wow, this place is really nice. Whoever's room this is, it's really nice." I had set it up before he got there. They keep it very clean. They adhere to all the protocols. I've watched them with other memory care residents, how they redirect, and they do it in a caring and professional manner (which is something that me and my mom would not). We didn't know how to care for my dad in that manner, where he can move forward with his life having Alzheimer's. They even let me know that he has a new friend, which is great. I feel like it's a better atmosphere for him, as opposed to being secluded in the house and not being able to really do things and go anywhere. The food is awesome. They have a five star chef, and my dad does not complain about that. When we first brought him there, he ate the food and he said it's so good and amazing. That won him over really quickly because he eats all the time. They have three square meals a day, and I provide him with snacks. As of right now for the first three weeks, I have no complaints at all. It's a hard decision to place my dad in a facility. They made us feel really comfortable going there and speaking to them. I didn't want him to leave the house, but they really helped us. My mom and I feel like this was the perfect place for him.

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Costs for Auburn Hill Senior Living in Midlothian, Virginia

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.

$6,650

Starting Price

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.

$4,750

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Auburn Hill Senior Living in Midlothian, Virginia

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Additional Amenity Information

  • Special Comment: We have lakefront apartments for assisted living and memory care. Amenities include: beauty/barber, pub, theater, gym, rehab center, activities, library.
  • State Licenses: License Pending

About Auburn Hill Senior Living in Midlothian, Virginia

We will be opening in late December 2019

Auburn Hill is devoted to providing you with a welcoming and comfortable environment where you can easily adapt, thrive and enjoy life – just like at home. From our caring and attentive team to enriching amenities that create a strong sense of community and friendship, our focus is to offer you quality care that is personal, and thoughtful.

Engaging activities that encourage interaction with neighbors and our team members are the key to an easy-going setting that inspires fun, joy, and laughter. New neighbors become new friends and team members become family. At Auburn Hill you get to decide on how to live your life. Make an appointment at the Beauty and Barber Shop, join your neighbors for a matinee at the Theatre, or relax quietly with a book in the library. Enjoy a freshly ground cup of coffee in the Bistro, or a workout in the fitness room or simply soak in the views of the Swift Creek Reservoir. Join friends on weekly outings to restaurants, concerts, sporting events, and more.

At a Glance Care and Services

Auburn Hill is committed to providing you a meaningful quality of life. Offering customized levels of care and services helps to balance your need for assistance with a continued desire to remain independent. Our mission is to offer a variety of services that focus on practical well-being and active enrichment. At Auburn Hill, you will enjoy greater independence and a more fulfilling life.

ALL AUBURN HILL ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENTS

  • Daily scheduled community events and recreational activities
  • All utilities (not including long distance calls)
  • Medical provider arrangements
  • Weekday housekeeping
  • Daily snack options
  • Wellness, health, and fitness programs
  • Medication reminders
  • Nutritious meals
  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL) on-call assistance
  • Reminders and direction as-needed
  • Linen services (weekly)
  • Transportation to local medical appointments

AUBURN HILL LEVELS OF CARE

In addition to the services provided to all Auburn Hill residents, four levels of care are offered to residents needing additional support. Care levels are determined through an individualized assessment and include assistance with the following activities of daily living:

  • Using the restroom
  • Bathing or showering
  • Selecting clothing and dressing
  • Personal grooming and oral hygiene
  • Incontinent care
  • Mobility and transfers
  • Meals

Innovations Memory Care

Auburn Hill is passionate about providing the very best for residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

When designing a memory care program, location is everything! With that in mind, the Innovations Memory Care Program is thoughtfully located on the top floor of our lakefront community. This offers residents spectacular views while maximizing the benefits that natural light is proven to provide individuals with cognitive impairment.

The goal of our holistic approach to memory care, which we call ENGAGE Living, concentrates on Enriching, Nurturing and Guiding residents to achieve their greatest potential every day. We know from experience that when it comes to memory care, Attitude is everything! Innovations residents and team members Grow together while Embracing individuality.

Thank you for your interest at Auburn Hill Assisted Living and Memory Care. Please give us a call to schedule a free tour.

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