Arbors At Rancho Penasquitos
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Does Arbors At Rancho Penasquitos, 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 3.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Meloldie Webb★★★★★ 5 months ago
My husbands grandfather lives here and loves it. They are always there for him and he loves the food. Everyone there has always been very kind to us when we visit.
Dixie Chadwick★★★★★ a month ago
Wonderful residence for family member.
pallavi dwivedi★★★★★ a year ago
I don't recommend this place as the management doesn't take good care of the seniors need, very well. Seniors feel neglected and very lonely. I know all this because, I used to teach laughter yoga to them, where I used to do muscle strengthening, stretching , breathing, mediation, aromatherapy & acupressure points all for free and seniors living there who used to attend my session used to enjoy it and few of them started sharing their challenges, that, they go through in day to day living at "Artia Rancho Penasquitos" & many left because of these issues. I taught them for 4 months, it was a voluntary work that I used to do on Sunday morning's 10 am, but when the director noticed that people started sharing information with me then she suddenly asked me to change my time and instead started teaching herself from next Sunday. In fact, during those 4 months when I was teaching there, I asked the director to get some stress acupressure balls for the group, she refused it saying, how much do we need, must be expensive , we can talk later, busy now? etc. but she never check back with me. I only requested for 5 balls. However, I had a group of 10 to 15 people, seniors who used to attend my session used to enjoy it. They said that, " we like all the things you do with us, it helps. You make us laugh. We like you." I know, they were getting benefited. As, I observed a big difference in few of the elderly's with whom I worked very closely, since everyone wants it & for there betterment, I bought some balls and other required stuff for the elderly's but not the director, she never got it, never check backed with me. Now, my question to you all is, do you still want your loved ones to spend there most important time of their life at Atria RP, when they need your attention the most? Choice is yours.I did my part now its your decision.
Mary Dobry★★★★★ 5 years ago
I moved my mother to the Arbors 1 year ago. She has blossomed there. She has her own little apartment, fixed up the way she likes it. There are many activities to choose from, including going off site to Sunday drives, going out for lunch, shopping and occasionally the casino. At the Arbors, there are often bands that show up for entertainment, dancing, bingo, little parties, exercise classes and a beautician so she can get her haired dyed and cut. Before she moved in, she was depressed and lonely. She has made many friends there and is very happy. The assisted living facility is just the right size to make it cozy, not too many tenants. They have had the same employees and cooks working there forever, which is a good sign. Each of the tenants that lives there loves the place and comment on how clean the facility is there. The place is very reasonably priced too ($3700/mo) and there are no extra charges later that happens at so many of the other assisted living facilities. My mother is free to move out whenever she wants, which she hasn't wanted to. It is just nice to know if you fear your relative may not like the place, they could move out.
Josh Viar★★★★★ 3 years ago
So this is a very surface level review because as far as level of care goes I can not really say. What I will comment on is from the stand point of customer service and moving people in. I was asked to help last minute by a friend to get their mother into this location. We both were told that they would have people there to help get our stuff from our truck into the room. What was there was a small push cart and a older gentleman that was more concerned with his back than moving us, blame that I don't put on him. I blame the establishment for not rolling out the "red carpet" for people when they move in. No one likes the idea of moving family into an assisted living location, however the process could've been a lot more enjoyable if The Arbors would have had more help. The lack of help and a service elevator had us carrying an electric bed up stairs to the room. For the cost of this location I would expect better logistics and planning and the reason for the poor review.
|Facility Type||Residential Care Elderly|
|Owner||Crp Arbors Rancho LLC/Integral Snr Lvg Mngmnt LLC|
|Facility Administrator||Tiffany Yin|
|Date Of Last Visit||2014-11-19|
|All Visit Dates||11/19/2014, 10/16/2014, 09/16/2014|
|Inspection Visit Dates||0000-00-00|
|Inspection Citation For Immediate Health Safety Or Rights Impact||0|
|Inspection Citation For Potential Health Safety Or Rights Impact||0|
|Other Visit Dates||11/19/2014, 10/16/2014, 09/16/2014|
|Other Citation For Immediate Health Safety Or Rights Impact||0|
|Other Citation For Potential Health Safety Or Rights Impact||0|
|Complaint Citation For Immediate Health Safety Or Rights Impact||0|
|Complaint Citation For Potential Health Safety Or Rights Impact||0|
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