Brookdale North Gilbert
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Does Brookdale North Gilbert, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
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About Brookdale North Gilbert
Newly renovated, private pay, secured memory care community that enjoys a panoramic view of the El Dorado Lakes Golf Course nestled near the edge of a residential area.
Private and companion - studio and 1 bedroom apartments to include; walk-in closets, kitchenettes with refrigerators. Private bathrooms with handicapped accessible showers.
Large interior courtyard to include; water fountain, raised garden beds, extended walking paths and covered patio's.
Rehab-In-House PT/OT/Speech Therapy.
Home Health & Hospice - all under one roof.
Monthly Base Cost: $4545
Overall Rating 2.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Mira R.★★★★★ 4 months ago
I would like to thank the amazing caregivers at Brookdale North Gilbert for looking after my father for the past 2 years. While he recently passed, I will always be grateful for the loving care he was given. I spent a lot of time visiting him at the facility and witnessed many beautiful interactions between the caregivers and my dad, and the other residents as well. The caregivers were very kind, respectful and compassionate with dad. They treated him like a member of their own family, which was very comforting. The facility was dad's home for two years, and I have no complaints. I really enjoyed the activities, family night dinners, and spending time with the residents and staff. Thank you Brookdale North Gilbert for exceeding my expectations.
Tracy Pixler-Anderson★★★★★ 3 weeks ago
Recently, I needed to escalate my Mom's care from Assisted to Memory Care. Sharmon, the Sales Manager, with Brookdale North Gilbert had reached out to me in a previous request earlier in the year to familiarize me with the services they offer and the community. The need was not there after all in January but did arise this past May very suddenly when my Mom started to wander in her community. Sharmon and Brookdale North Gilbert came to the rescue! She reached out when I needed her most and let me know there was a beautiful studio right on the view of the lake available. My 1st visit with Sharmon was so helpful. I know she is very busy, but she spent an hour and a half getting to know me and my Mom and providing deep detailed information about the programs, process and community. Sharmon is exactly in the right position to welcome people to the community as she made us feel so welcome! She also gave me a book that helps caregivers (family) understand the complex world of memory issues and it's helped a lot as well as inviting me to a support group with licensed social workers. Cindy has been so helpful. Laura, the Executive director has also been very helpful to us in this process. She took time to get to know us and help us through the transition. Cricket, the Activities Director, does an amazing job with the activities that are designed specifically and thoughtfully for memory care patients. All the rest of the staff has this wonderful way of paying close attention to each resident and making them feel very loved and special, including me as my Mom's caregiver! Another important point is the dining room and kitchen staff to include especially Jenny, the head chef. She has done an amazing job with my Mom's special and critical nutritional needs. Moving a loved one to memory care is emotionally draining and a new process for me so I wanted to take a few minutes to express my gratitude to all the people at Brookdale North Gilbert from the bottom of my heart. I wish I could name all of them by name, but the review would get very long. I would highly recommend this facility to anyone considering this type of a move for their loved one. A+, 5 stars, great job!
larry everett★★★★★ 4 months ago
My Aunt has been a resident for slightly over four years, and she really enjoys the food and the daily activities, especially bingo and music . She and I both feel it's been a positive experience.
Ann Ann★★★★★ 5 months ago
Anonymous Stating! 1. This facility truly cares about their Residents- caregivers do know their Residents! Currently stating they are usually dealing with the same Residents on normal basis. Which is smart because they can know when something is wrong or deal with problems with responses that is appropriate based on the Residents character. 2. The food- the cooks do care about the Residents and provide alternative options for diet restrictions, for example diabetic. Plus, from my opinion looking in, the food is great. Their last Christmas dinner was amazing. Having a guest plate was also provided. Which is so kind. 3.Caregivers- seeing the care they provide is nice! For someone that has to work their they must face difficulties and patience being tested. Seeing how they still manage to care is amazing. I know the job must not be easy. I see they tell jokes to Residents. Making the environment less dull! 4. Visiting- Visiting is very open! You can visit any time..leave any time! Plus they always had activities for the Residents in the gallery. I have seen yummy snacks given, music performances, old shows playing on the tv, and even some water painting. They have a separate activities worker which makes it reliable that it's being done. Things that can be worked on- 1. The smell, I know it can be difficult to manage but it would be nice for some nice room deodorizer! It's not horrific now but if that can be managed and brought up, It could make a big pleasant difference! I believe that would be a great investment. 2. The interior, some updates would be nice. Something fresher! Energizing! It could help mentally with workers and even Resdients. That's all I have to say. Thanks Brookdale. I hope for more positive things to say. I know everything can't be perfect, but the thought of having workers and even ED, trying to work on improvement is a good feeling to have. I hope we have good improvements this year! 2019!
wrneddie★★★★★ 6 months ago
If you have any intention of putting your loved one in this place....run away as fast as possible and do NOT even consider placing them in this dump-heap. First of all, the staff is HORRIBLE. They do everything in their power to lie, cheat, and be deceitful in their everyday practices. The nurses are completely incompetent and can't even pronounce the names of drugs. Second, the ED only cares about her job and her income and will do anything in her power to throw residents out, and recruit residents who are willing to self-pay thousands of dollars and increase her salary. The lies were just atrocious. Each staff member would say "they never knew what happened because they were not on shift", Apparently no one is EVER on shift according to whoever you talk to so therefore level-of-care is completely neglected to the residents and they are left to the dust. My mom fell on multiple occasions and bruised her face and no one EVER knew how or why it happened. No med or incident reports are EVER filed. The food is TERRIBLE especially when family comes and eats on Family Nights. You'd rather desire eating a McDonald's Cheese burger than the garbage they feed you. They are constantly understaffed which results in 25-30 residents per caregiver. The turnover of staff is so quick that residents have no TIME to get to know their caregiver and are constantly confused in an already confusing state of mind. Even after specifically asking for my mom to be bathed by a female, they are so understaffed that they allow men to bathe her which went against my own requests. Brookedale North Gilbert is a place you just cannot trust. Unless you are ready for your loved one to die, then I would INSIST you look elsewhere. Shuck out the extra money at another Memory Care facility because you will be wasting your money month over month with broken promises, lies, neglect, and flat-out irresponsibility. If I could give this place negative 5 stars I would. It deserves to be shut down and put out of business.
- Activity Room
- Beauty/Barber Shop
- Central Dining Room
- Central Living Room
- Dining: Dining Room
- Dining: Grill
- Dining: Private Dining Room
- Dining: Room Service
- Dining: Special Dietary Offerings
- Emergency Response System
- Patio / Courtyard
- Pet Friendly
- Security: Controlled Access Entry
- Security: Secured Dementia Neighborhood
- Walking Trail
- Wheelchair Access
- Diabetic Management
- Home Health Agency available
- Individualized Care Plans
- Maintenance Service
- Meal Planning
- Nursing & Rehabilitative Care
- Pastoral Care Program
- Podiatry Services
- Private Parties
- Provide Memory Care
- Room Service
- Status checks
- Therapy Services
- Wellness Program
- Individually Controlled Heating and AC
- Living Room
- Private Bathrooms
- Private Rooms
- Semi-private Rooms
- Walk-in Closet
- Walk-in Shower
- Educational Classes and Groups
- Events designed for Memory Impaired
- Fitness Classes and Groups
- Live Entertainment
- Planned Social and Family Events
- Recreational Activities
- Religious Observances
- Activities of Daily Living
- Assist with Dressing
- Beauty and/or Hair Care
- Incontinence Care
- Medication Management
- 24 Hour Staff
- Physician On-Call
- Registered Nurse
- Memory Care
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Center-Directed|
|Facility Type Code||1J1|
|License Effective Date||2019-01-01|
|License Expiration Date||2019-12-31|
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