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Clark's Terrace At The Park Danforth

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Overall Rating 4.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Roberta Wright
    ★★★★★ a week ago

    The Park Danforth is a lovely and friendly moderately price Senior Living community. The staff is warm and caring and committed to provideing the varing levels of care needed by each resident. I have eaten in the Bistro a number of times and love the tuna melt!

  • Laura Thiboutot
    ★★★★★ a week ago

    I've worked at The Park Danforth for a very long time, and I've never worked in another place that was so caring and shared so much love. I would recommend TPD to anyone looking for a place to live or a job.

  • Diana Strano
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    My mom decided to move here years ago, and she lived in an apartment until we had to move her to Clark's Terrace (assisted living) on the 2nd floor. She selected Park Danforth, just in case she needed AL. Good idea mom! This is one of many reasons to select PD. The other reasons include the residents (who are wonderful and make great table mates at dinner each night), the accommodations (the apartments are well designed and easy to furnish and navigate), the overall facility (is well maintained and the common areas are comfortable for socializing or just reading the paper), the social offerings (local shopping trips, onsite movies and games, and holiday family dinner) and most importantly the staff (there is low turnover, they are like family to my mom, they are knowledgeable, well trained, informative and caring - even the chef knows my mom's name!). I've spent many, many hours vising my mom and her friends at PD. This was our last month at PD and I will miss the staff and residents. Thank you Park Danforth- you are an important part of my family's story. Cheers!

  • Albert LEtoile
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    I am an employee of The Park Danforth and have been in the Senior Living business for over 30 years. Never have I worked for an organization with such heart. The residents are happy as well as the staff. Despite the overall lack of help in the senior living field, The Park Danforth's staff remains stable. It's esdy to see why The Park Danforth has been in existence since the 1800's.

  • Harold Barnard
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Have eaten at The Bistro a few times and the food and staff were excellent. I wish my parents were living here. Great facility. Good location with a very warm friendly staff.


Other Information

Facility NameClark's Terrace at the Park Danforth
Facility Address777 Stevens Avenue
Facility CityPortland
Facility CountyCumberland
Facility StateME
Facility Zip4103
DirectionsFrom intown or from 295 North or South: take exit 6B onto Forest Avenue West, Route 302. Go 2 miles and take a left onto Poland street. Go right on Stevens Avenue. The park Danforth will be on your right.
Admin SaluteMs.
Admin First NameDenise
Admin Middle NameM
Admin Last NameVachon
New HandicapY
Mentally IllN
Mental RetardN
Traumatic BrainN
Other PopulationN
Payment TypeCost Reimbursement/DHS
License TypeBiannual
Facility TypeLevel IV PNMI Residential Care Facility
Closed Date
Multi LevelN

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