Overall Rating 3.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Toni Klysz★★★★★ a month ago
My mother has been at Wildflower Lodge for almost a year now. Contrary to what my brother, Troy Stowell, wrote in his review ( which I don't know how he could review Wildflower since he has never been there and has never visited our mother) , the care for my mother has been fantastic. When she first moved in she was exit seeking and they calmly worked with her. She is doing great now. She is no longer exit seeking, she enjoys socializing with other residences, she participates in daily activities including morning exercises, daily afternoon activities, loves getting her hair and nails done at the in house beauty salon and especially loves listening to the musicians that come in regularly to play all types of music genre for the residences to sing along with and dance if they see fit. She was even given a "job" which made her happy since she sometimes insists she is there working, not living there. The staff is very willing to communicate with our family regarding mom's needs. They DO NOT over medicate her, and in fact have worked with us to stop most of the meds she was taking prior to moving in. We searched frantically for a facility for mom when it became impossible to keep her from wandering and Wildflower has met all our expectations and all of our mother's needs.
Susan Rivard★★★★★ 11 months ago
We moved my 94-year-old parents into Rose Arbor independent living a year ago. Last week, RA staff went above and beyond - and made my folks' day - by recognizing their 74th wedding anniversary. They surprised them with a beautiful card signed by many of the staff and a gift of two free meals, which touched my parents and meant a lot to them. Staff went over and above the "usual" to recognize this milestone, and my parents were so appreciative. All of us know how busy the RA staff is, with more to do than time allows, so this kind of special attention was very meaningful. This is the kind of service that confirms to all of us that this facility was the right choice for them. We took Mom and Dad on five facility tours, but they knew after touring with you that Rose Arbor "felt" right. It did then, and it does now. Susan Rivard
Tara Frizzi★★★★★ a year ago
Rose Arbor Wildflower Lodge took great care of my mother. Their apartment homes are spacious and provide privacy, especially for those that share a unit will find that the floor plans make it as though they have their very own apartment, each tenant having their own restroom as well. The kitchens are spacious and furnished. The staff is amazing! Mother said the food was outstanding and the log cabin style decor is outstanding! Honestly, compared to alot of other Assisted Living Communities that I've seen in Minnesota, Rose Arbor Wildflower Lodge is the best in the Midwest hands down and without question.
Jay Anderson★★★★★ a year ago
My father and my father in law have been at Rose Arbor for over 2 yrs. We have been very pleased with the care that they have received. The building is delightful and clean, the food very good, the activities nicely varied and several options each day, the staff available, friendly, and professional. We worked closely with the nurses and aids to get the best care for our fathers. That is the key. The families need to "be present" and work together with the staff to maximize the best care for loved ones. Ann
Troy Stowell★★★★★ 2 months ago
They apparently don't like it when the residents are active. Every day they would drug my mother who would then go to bed. After waking up in the late afternoon, they would drug her again so she would sleep. This place is criminally negligent.
|Facility Administrator||Ms. Shelley Mcdonald|
|Home Care Type|
|Housing Type||Housing With Services|
|Services Type||Assisted Living Services|
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