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About Brooking Park

At Brooking Park, the line between your family and ours tends to blur. It seems no sooner do you move in to this community than our caring staff knows your name ... your sense of humor ... and your favorite dessert. And while we can never replace your own family, we'll come to know you and you'll come to know us.

Day after day, and year after year, the dedication of our staff makes Assisted Living, short- and long-term rehabilitation, and the respite care and memory support programs at Brooking Park unique.

Why? Because our amazing staff members care deeply about what they do. The staff members you meet are not only highly trained professionals, they are the sort of people who say, "I enjoy coming to work every day,"? and mean it.

Visit us at BrookingPark.org for more information and schedule your tour today!

Monthly Base Cost: $2,000

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Overall Rating 3.5 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Rhonda Miller
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    My Mother recently stayed at Brooking Park and I must say, I could not have been happier with my mother's care. Even though the building is under a renovation, the staff went out of their way to make Mom comfortable. My mother's treatments and the care provided was top notch. I appreciated and noticed that upper management was often in the halls and asked if we had what we needed and seemed to genuinely care. I would not hesitate to bring a loved one back to Brooking Park. Kudos to the team.

  • Katy O'Brien
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    Brooking Park took wonderful care of my grandfather! The staff went above and beyond to make sure he was comfortable and had everything he needed. On top of the excellent care they provided, they also took time to get to know him on a personal level, which I know he really appreciated. I can't say enough good things about Brooking Park!

  • Nora Amato
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    Brooking Park was absolutely amazing when my mother rehabbed after a car accident. The staff, amenities, and facility is welcoming! I have referred others to Brooking Park as well as know individuals that are there for an extended stay and are very happy with their decision. Brooking Park is an asset to our community!

  • Sandra Cannon
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    It is difficult to sum up seven years of care into a couple of paragraphs. Having a successful experience living in a retirement community depends on many variables, the needs of the resident, the skill of the caregivers and support staff, the attention of the administrators, and the expectations of the family members that oversee the care of their loved one. My mother spent seven years in Brooking Park. The first four were spent in the assisted living wing. She was 69 and suffered from Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD). To move my mom into an assisted living facility at that young age was extremely stressful. The last three years of her life were spent in the skilled care wing. In all my comings and goings (about three times a week for seven years), I was fortunate that I had the time to get to know the majority of the caregivers. Most had been with Brooking Park for 5-15 years. I saw them as hardworking, dedicated, and empathetic toward the residents. Humans taking care of humans...one of the hardest professions. Being a caregiver is physically and emotionally very demanding. It is challenging even for the best skilled and most dedicated individual. One of the hardest things that I had to learn was how to be an advocate for my mom at the same time that I learned how to embrace those who worked in the retirement facility. I wanted my mom to see us as one unit, a family. There is a LOT of pressure on the family member(s) overseeing the care of a loved one. And when there is an issue, and in EVERY retirement community there will be a least one issue, how will you, the caregivers, and the administrators work together to resolve the issue? How will you manage any guilt or frustration that you may feel? A tall order at best. What I found at Brooking Park was their motto, "Worry Less", was absolutely true for me. I found that 98% of the caregivers and staffers were kind and responsive. I truly believe that they loved my mother and my mother loved them. I found the transition from assisted living to skilled care to be smooth and predictable. In the final hours of my mother's life, I found the nurses, caregivers, and staff at Brooking Park to be respectful, empathetic, comforting, knowing, and professional. My mother's passing was peaceful and graceful. I was fortunate. I still drop in from time to time. I found that not only was Brooking Park my mother's extended family, it was mine as well. I truly hope this information is useful to others.

  • Karen o'brien
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    When my Dad was at Brooking Park for rehab, he felt very well cared-for. He felt that everyone from the nurses, to the porters, to the custodial staff and even to the man (doctor?) who came in to trim his toenails, food service folks--everyone treated him like royalty. (The fact that he referred to himself as Sir William probably helped!) So thank you, Brooking Park, for taking such good care of my father.

 

Amenities

  • Activity Room
  • Beauty/Barber Shop
  • Central Dining Room
  • Convenience Store
  • Gift Shop
  • Pet Friendly
  • Washer/Dryer

Services

  • Diabetic Management
  • Home Health Agency available
  • Pastoral Care Program
  • Podiatry Services
  • Provide Memory Care
  • Respite Care
  • Transportation

Housing

  • CCRC
  • Memory Care
  • Personal Care
  • Respite/Short Term
  • Skilled Nursing

Activities

  • Educational Classes and Groups
  • Events designed for Memory Impaired
  • Planned Social and Family Events
  • Recreational Activities
  • Religious Observances

Apartment Features

  • Furnished Rooms
  • Private Rooms
  • Refrigerator
  • Semi-private Rooms
  • Walk-in Closet

Home Helpers

  • Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
  • Provide Light Housekeeping

Personal Care

  • Activities of Daily Living

Other Information

Level Of LicensureResidential Care Facility Ii
Licensed Beds100
Medicare BedsNo
Medicaid BedsNo
AdministratorLinda Hagler-Reid
OperatorSt Andrew's Resources For Seniors




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