Boulder Gardens Assisted Living
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Does Boulder Gardens Assisted Living, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
2 of 2 users say yes
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
Overall Rating 4.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Karen Wood★★★★★ a year ago
I have resided at Boulder Gardens for the last few years due to health issues. Since I have been here it has been a wonderful experience. Anytime I need anything all I need to do is contact a staff member. They are more then happy to help. Our activity department provides adequate activities to keep everyone busy and happy. What a joy it is in the morning to open up your windows to see deer, hear the birds, and see other wildlife. Flowers, grass, and a fish pond make for a relaxing patio. In the patio resides tables that you can eat at and enjoy the area. The management is available when you need help. Last but not least is our wonderful kitchen. They are more then helpful in everyway to accommodate, suggest, and willing to professionally serve in a timely manner. The staff is always happy to help you and very willing to help with any problem that may occur.
Pam Pierce★★★★★ a year ago
My brother, 71, arrived at Boulder Gardens from California, after having lived much of his adult life in group homes, independent living facilities, a few closed facilities in his earlier years. At this time of his life, Boulder Gardens was the right, caring place for his home, when we moved him back to his hometown of Prescott. Well treated, well cared-for, well-watched to make sure he was safe, he felt at home with the care-givers and activity planners, loved his walks, and was happy with his apartment with shelves and cupboards for so many of his beloved music and writings and art. But most importantly, he was individually attended to...with no more than 40 or so patients , they all knew him, his needs, his quirks and his small joys. Most importantly, when he did run into trouble because of an oncoming dementia, the new manager, Cheyenne, was all about keeping him safe and me posted, along with Kathy, Susan and the other warm care-givers. Cheyenne turned out to be a great listener, a dutiful problem-solver, and made a huge and continual effort to work with me to get him enrolled in the state programs that have made such a difference to me and our whole family. He was there for us to make his stay at Boulder Gardens a space for a stable, needed Home while he was undergoing some changes in his life. Cheyenne was direct, and honest, and, in the end, when we knew that his new needs dictated him go to a facility with memory care, he was there to help make it easy for us in the family to get him moved to a good place that could handle those needs. For those of us who care for our loved ones and worry about them, Boulder Gardens offers a homey, relaxed assisted living for the right individuals in need of help, but also, some well-defined independence to help these folks there feel they are living a natural, comfortable life.
Lorna Levitt★★★★★ a year ago
I count myself very fortunate to live at Boulder Gardens Assisted Living Center. I am so happy here. The setting is beautiful. Boulders on one side, and gardens and fish ponds on the other. Occasionally we see mule deer, coyotes, and squirrels on the boulders. The staff are wonderful, friendly and efficient, one can see they really enjoy their work and support each other. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff. The caregivers do just that and do it very well. The maintenance staff are extra helpful. One can request anything and they will do it, fix it, buy it or make it. The kitchen staff are kind, helpful, very patient, and most important are good cooks. The day's menus are posted and there are always alternatives. If you wish to eat in your room they will give you your meal to go. Snacks are available. Vending machines satisfy your candy craving's. The cooks are baking experts and there is always cake or fruit. Our activities director keeps us busy if we wish. The activities are many and varied, one can always find something that appeals. We are able to make suggestions for an activity. There are outings including shopping and others if you chose to go. The accommodations are very livable. In every room each person, usually two per room, has a fridge, a microwave, vanity and ample cupboards and drawers. Bathrooms in every room are well equipped. Housekeeping staff are wonderful. Everything is clean and fresh, and washing is done weekly. Of course not everyone is happy all the time. People grouse about everything. Food, activities, and the staff, but mostly, from what I see about their roommate. But as Winston Churchill once said "you can please all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, but you cannot please all of the people all of the time."
Daniel DePue★★★★★ a year ago
A dear friend of mine was a resident of this facility until she was forced to move an hour and a half away to camp verde. From what I'm understanding she was smoking at a bench which is not a designated smoking area. (Many residents do the same and have been for a long time) I understand there are rules and they should be enforced. However this has always been acceptable to smoke in this area. That is until the new director Cheyenne Hull arrived and decided to shake things up. Now instead of telling my friend that she was smoking in an unauthorized area he decided this was grounds to kick her out!!! This is ridiculous and something needs to be done about this. By the way i walked by the facility this afternoon and there were 6 residents sitting on the exact same bench smoking cigarettes!! From what my friend is telling me this director seems to have a personal vendetta against her. I find Cheyenne's actions appalling and reprehensible at the very least! He should be removed from his job immediately. This guy is mistreating and harassing elderly people & that is not ok!!!
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Center-Personal|
|Facility Type Code||1J2|
|License Effective Date||2014-12-01|
|License Expiration Date||2015-11-30|
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