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Overall Rating 2.6 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Bob Merlin
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    My father was hereand when I'd vistit I had a hard time sleeping due to an odor. I asked and no one on staff smelledit. I'd visit every couple of months from L.A. and always, the odor. After he'd been there for 8 or 9 months he had to be moved to my home. I had to move his furniture. After I had most everything out, the odor was atrocius! When I moved his reclining chair I suddenly recognized the smell, it was urine/ammonia! They had mentioned that he "occasionaly" couldn't make it to the batrooom but this was ridiculous! I can't believe that they let an 89 year old man live like that. DISGUSTING

  • M Villanueva
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    If you have to pay 5$ for someone to help you cut your meat because you're too old to do it yourself, there's a problem, a big problem, it's assisted living, not nickle and dime till they're dead, get you're stuff together and pack it up. Completely over priced and just ridiculous, 5$ just to cut some meat, in a assisted living retirement home, you would think paying thousands would be good enough but apparently not, nickle and dime the elders

  • Therese Lewallen
    ★★★★★ 8 months ago

    My 96 year old dad was at Cascades of Tucson for a month before he passed away. After moving in after hip surgery rehab he was welcomed with open arms. Unfortunately that was not to continue. During lunch one day he was treated horribly by a dining room server. So bad, in fact, as soon as we returned to his room he wanted to know how long he had to stay. Not long after, he was in the dining room and fell because he could not get anyone's attention to bring him his walker and tried to get up and walk without it. He was sent to the ER for stitches and no family member was contacted. I only found out because I contacted the front desk after not being able to reach him. Eventually my dad ended up in the hospital with pneumonia and a gaping wound where his hip surgery scar had torn open - something the caregivers who bathed him twice a week and checked on him at night failed to notice. Do not be fooled by the outward appearance of this horrible place. My dad sadly has passed and encouraging him to move here for his well-being is one of my biggest regrets.

  • Amy Holzgrafe
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Caring and attentive staff!

  • Lauren Martinez
    ★★★★★ a year ago


Other Information

Facility TypeAssisted Living Center-Directed
Facility Type Code1J1
License NumberAL1362C
License Effective Date2015-09-01
License Expiration Date2016-08-31
Medicaid CertifiedNo

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