Arbor Terrace At Crabapple
Overall Rating 5.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
David M★★★★★ 3 years ago
Nearly 5 years ago I watched with great anticipation as Arbor Terrace at Crabapple evolved from raw land to "sticks & bricks" then finally to completion when the doors were opened to prospective residents. It's been an amazing journey as we all took "a leap of faith" that our loved ones would find a premiere assisted living community that was not only a beautiful place to live but would also provide a warm, caring, & nurturing environment. Mom was one of those first residents and she was warmly welcomed not just by front line staff but everyone inclusive of caregivers, maintenance & housekeeping staff. This was the best decision we made for her-she has said how nice everyone is and she enjoys being at Arbor Terrace. The warmth & caring is still the first impression that one is greeted with as they enter the doors-not only are residents treated as "family" their loved ones are too. Thanks for making us all feel welcome and being a part of the "Arbor Family". That is the essence of Arbor Terrace at Crabapple-caring, compassion, nurturing, listening and yes, responding to each individual's needs. Not only is it a lovely environment it is a thriving community with activities, trips and celebrations-one can participate as much as they'd like or not at all if they so choose. It's reassuring knowing that Mom is in such a delightful environment and it gives me piece of mind knowing that she's safe surrounded by so many people who really care about her and her well-being. Leaving one's own home and independence is never easy, but Arbor Terrace at Crabapple has made that transition a much more pleasant experience for so many in this community who now call it "home". Thank you so much.
Margie Gaffney★★★★★ 3 years ago
I have been a resident here for over four years and have been, and continue to be, very happy, due to the fact that it is like my home away from home. The staff is like family to me. They are always thinking of ways to improve the quality of life for residents at Arbor Terrace. My favorite expression is "only at Arbor Terrace Crabapple" because of all the unique and fun filled activities we have had here. You would never know this was assisted living. I have made many friends with other residents and staff.
A Google User★★★★★ 7 years ago
We looked at a number of different places when searching for a retirement home for my mother. All seven of her children had input, but it was mom's decision, and she chose Arbor Terrace at Crabapple. She has been at Arbor Terrace for 7 months now, and loves it. Her room is warm and she is very comfortable. The common facilities are tastefully decorated, and there are plenty of activities for the tenants in a stimulating yet comfortable and safe environment. But the thing that sets Arbor Terrace apart is the staff. They provide a caring environment, with exceptional personal attention. It really is a warm family atmosphere. Once again, mom was right.
A Google User★★★★★ 7 years ago
We brought my mother down here from Chicago after looking at several assisted living buildings in both towns and they all had an institutional or old-fashioned look and feel to them. I then watched as Arbor Terrace was being built, never imagining that it would end up being the Taj Mahal of Assisted Living in terms of the look, feel, decor and amenities. My husband and I even joked about having a suite as a weekend place! All that aside, what matters most is how the management and staff treat the residents and their families. You would never know that it was a job. They are more like extended family and genuinely care about the residents as if they were their own relatives. My mother loves to be there and participates in most of the activities, events and outings. When I visit her I feel like I am also visiting friends- the staff is so welcoming. I have gotten to know the other residents and their families as well. The management and staff work hard to make Arbor Terrace at Crabapple a true community. My hat is off to them!
A Google User★★★★★ 7 years ago
I was totaly against a retirment home. All I had experienced were depressing & not a place I wanted mom in. My family told me Arbor Terrace was different. Although I had 4 brothers in Atlanta I felt the best alternative was to bring her to live with me in Md. I knew relocating to Md. would be difficult for mom but she deserves the best. After seeing pictures I went to see Arbor Terrace in person & felt it was more like a small suite in a nice hotel. When we moved mom in I was very impressed with the staff. Now when visiting her I feel the staff is like an extended family. Everywhere we go we were greeted by smiles. My mother is shown courtesy ,caring & friendship. When we were all out of town recently & mom did not feel well my brother made a call to the nurse . They went in to check her vital signs & temperature & assured us it was nothing serious. The next day they checked again to make sure she was comfortable & well. Mom is extreamly happy & feels like she has regained some independence.She can have her hair done, play bingo,see movies & participate in the activities she chooses .Her only complaint has been the food.I would not hesitate to recommend Arbor Terrace Crabtree to anyone who feels their parent deserves the best.
|Facility Type||Personal Care Home|
|Administrator||Ms. Linda Weigel|
|Mailing Street||12200 Crabapple Road|
|Inspection Date||Inspection Type||Violation||Initiated By Facility|
|2009-03-16||Annual Inspection||NO||Not Applicable|
|2009-10-19||Annual Inspection||YES||Not Applicable|
|2009-10-19||Followup Inspection||NO||Not Applicable|
|2010-02-03||Followup Inspection||NO||Not Applicable|
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