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Overall Rating 4.5 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Kevin Sommitz
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    In my view, this care home truly is one of the best in Tucson. They provide high-quality care in a creatively stimulating environment. Their whole family of caregivers go above and beyond in what they do and truly recognize the sacred importance of their work in caring for the aged and vulnerable among us.

  • Kees de Koe
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    Our experience with Arizona Homestead is very positive. The Trask family and staff truly care for their residents. Everybody was very sweet to Mom, treating her almost like family, with friendly banter, but firmly taking care of things. I have witnessed several occasions where somebody on staff would go out of her or his way to please Mom, or just to comfort her. The two houses ('Homestead on 18' and 'Ocotillo House' next door) are set up like family homes, with a comfortable atmosphere immediately when you walk into the front door. And they always smell nice of whatever next fresh meal is cooking in the kitchen. If you are looking for an assisted living facility that provides personalized care in a friendly, engaging setting, I would recommend Arizona Homestead.

  • Pat Dupes-Matsumoto
    ★★★★★ a year 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 year 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.

  • Tucson JJ
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    Found the owners to be dishonest and unscrupulous... quoted a price, then reneged. Indicated acceptance of resident, then waffled for a higher rate. No pro-ration of fees, big entry fee. AVOID!!


Other Information

Facility TypeAssisted Living Home-Directed
Facility Type Code1G1
License NumberAL5742H
License Effective Date2014-11-01
License Expiration Date2015-10-31
Medicaid CertifiedNo

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