Parkplace Retirement Community
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Does Parkplace Retirement Community, 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 4.1 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Vicki Catlady★★★★★ 4 months ago
My mother was 94 when she moved into Park Place. She recently passed away at 100, so that says a lot about the people at Park Place. The staff took excellent care of her: the dining room staff, receptionists, Admin and activities staff, nurses and care givers. They all became part of our family and I couldn't have found a better place for Mom. As her needs changed with her advanced age and dementia, the staff was with us every step of the way and helped us through some difficult and challenging times. The memory care unit staff are amazing, as is the assisted living staff. The turnover is pretty low, as many of the staff were there for the 5 years Mom lived there. I am very grateful for the care she received. Mom enjoyed the music entertainment, and they provide many activities for the residents and family members. And the food is very good, very nice holiday meals and special BBQs through the year. Highly recommended.
Lollipop Park★★★★★ 5 months ago
My 93 year old father was very stubborn & reluctant to leave his home after 55 years and move into independent care at Park Place, but after just a few days, he realized what a five-star resort it really is. (Its been 6 incredible months as of now Feb1-2018). The tablecloth restaurant & food quality is great there, the Sunday's brunch buffet, the indoor pool is amazing, the amenities are first class and obviously the entire staff are caring human beings because they also have a financial incentive to keep the residents healthy and active!! You simply can't ask for anything more! If you don't want your elderly family members living healthier & longer and you want your inheritance quicker, then let them continue to stay in their own homes where they'll trip and fall, eat the wrong foods, take the wrong medications & then pass away. But if you want your family member to live longer & healthier in a 5 star resort, move them into Parkplace where they're going to absolutely THRIVE & live like they worked hard for and deserve. I'm sure are a few bad apples at "other" cheaper facilities, but low ratings on Parkplace are complete lies, inappropriate, disturbing and totally off base. The professional concrete high-rise construction coupled with a 5 star interior design says it all. This was one gigantic investment that was completed "first class." One simple walk into the lobby and you'll be greeted by the many receptionists that smile and know you by name. Every single staff member I've known has called me by name and treated me like family. This place is clearly a 5 star "resort." Add up the rent, meals, utilities all the amenities, services and entertainment brought in, medication management if needed, laundry & apartment services, single or group transportation to doctors offices, community socialization, safety & security, theatre events & much more and it's probably more cost effective than your/their current living conditions; hands down. Numbers don't lie - people do. Stop in & ask the residents there. They all love it. They now have an amazing, care free & much healthier life.
Sheree LaPree★★★★★ 2 years ago
Sweet place to hid out for awhile. Met this little old guy. He is quite the fella. Hahaha. Thought I would forget you. XOXOXO
Terri Finney★★★★★ a year ago
They are chronically understaffed and have a high turnover. Staff is kind, but they are few and far between.
Travis Hayes★★★★★ a year ago
really wouldn't let my family live here
|Admin||Ms Cindy Abrahamson|
|Primary Type||Assisted Living Residence|
|Sub Type||Private Pay|
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