Homestead On 18th
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Does Homestead On 18th, 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
Overall Rating 4.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Pat Dupes-Matsumoto★★★★★ 4 weeks ago
My mother has been at AZ Homestead since 2013. I've been her guardian and conservator since 2010 and during that time, in my mother's increasing dementia, she has needed to live in 4 different protected residences. This is the only place where I have genuinely felt she was safe, her medical needs were seen to and she herself was treated with respect and affection. Mom is a difficult woman who doesn't participate in many activities willingly or graciously but the staff and the whole Trask family manage her amazingly well and she is comfortable with them. More than the activities, mom enjoys the interaction with staff, the banter, and just watching the goings on. In so far as it is possible, in advanced dementia, mom feels at home here. When my mother entered Homestead, to make her feel more at home, Bryan sat with her and sang to her, accompanying himself on guitar. It helped and it touched both mom and I. I appreciate that the staff has gone the extra mile, not just once, but again and again, to see to my mom's comfort and well being. Would I recommend AZ Homestead. Yes, in fact, I have. Several times.
Cynthia Abrams★★★★★ a month ago
Arizona Homestead Assisted Living provides excellent care in a warm, homelike environment. The owners, Bryan and Susie Trask do an amazing job training their caregivers to provide high quality care. What sets them apart is they, and their team, truly care about all their residents. I've been working in assisted living for 23 years, therefore, I can confidently say they're one of the best I've worked with.
Judy Hurley★★★★★ a month ago
I moved my Mom into an Arizona Homestead Home in January 2018. She has had a positive experience since moving in. The caregivers immediately made her feel like it was home. My Mom has some health problems which they keep an eye on and report any changes to me right away. I feel comfortable leaving my Mom there. I feel like I can communicate my feelings and needs for Mom without feeling like I am bothering the staff. The caregiving staff is professional and love my Mom like she is part of their family. Brain and Susie work hard to provide activities for the residents. There is exercise, bingo, happy hours (without alcohol), musical entertainment and sometimes crafts which helps the residents feel better. The food is made with fresh ingredients and if a resident asks for something special, the staff tries to do it if they can. One of residents loves hot dogs so now once a month they have hot dogs on the menu. I do not have any experience with other Assisted Living homes but all in all the Arizona Homestead home is clean and the staff is friendly and professional. We love the caregivers at the Ocotillo House.
Kate Elliott★★★★★ a month ago
Please never put anyone you love arbor Arizona Homestead. I will give credit where it is due and say that they had a few very lovely aides but they were more the exception than the rule. They were rough with my mother and did not encourage her to participate in the house at all, when she did she was put at a table with people who could not talk when she was very able to talk. By far the worst thing about this place is the owners Bryan and Susie, they are horrible communicators who do not care about heir residents only about money. They decided to kick my mother out because they were to incompetent to care for her, which is actually a blessing because now I can see what quality care is in her new home. They did not discuss this with me and kept me from meeting then gave me only 14 days to find a new place. They did not even inform the staff that she was leaving and made packing her up to leave very difficult. Then I had to keep reminding them that I was owed a refund for days paid, they seemed to hope that I would forget. These people should not be allowed to care for elderly and should be shut down. Their care, their professionalism, food and facility once you actually look at it are horrible. Save yourself heartache and never move anyone in here.
Chris Molina★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
Since living at Arizona Homestead (AZH) I have experienced the professional care and compassion that the caregivers extend to us residents, also the caregivers will go above and beyond the call of duty. The food could be compared to a five star restaurant, it is prepared from scratch and they will accommodate those with soft diets or lactose intolerance. The owners provide an atmosphere of kindness and family environment through the many activities that are at the homes. If anyone is wishing to place their loved ones in this type of setting I could definitely say you would not be disappointed with AZH.
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Home-Directed|
|Facility Type Code||1G1|
|License Effective Date||2014-11-01|
|License Expiration Date||2015-10-31|
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