Garden Court Retirement Community
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Does Garden Court 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 3.5 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Theresa Bentley★★★★★ 2 months ago
My mother has been at Garden Court for three years now and us kids are moving her to another retirement community (at her request) as she has not been happy ever since Garden Court came under new management. She has complained about the food being bad as has other members of the community and when I went to visit and shared a meal it was quite apparent. Too bad, it was a great please before!
Rhonda johannsen★★★★★ 3 years ago
Garden court is a amazing community. From the kitchen to housekeeping staff everyone here makes garden court a vibrant community. This community is alive and there are so many great activities and each month they have planned a trip to different counties that they are learning about. The residents have beautiful gardens they plant outside. The grounds are beautiful and well kept. They have a cute bistro where frozen yogurt is available. The activities range from swimming to trips to local restaurants..I would give this facility 5 stars and it is worth a stop for lunch or just a tour!!!
angel Bev★★★★★ 3 years ago
Garden Court is a wonderful place! From the moment mom walked in the front door she felt comfortable and at home. The lobby was bright and open. The staff were so warm and welcoming. It was so important to mom to have space for her kitchen table since that is where she and dad spent their mornings. The apartment easily accommodated that and more. Mom and dad started with independent living. Mom wanted to continue doing as much as she could. She enjoyed having someone else do the vacuuming and basic cleaning. She also liked not having to cook every day. She had a nice kitchen that allowed her to make her cookies and treats for when family would visit. Mom participated in many of the activities and would have liked to participate more. Every day was something different. Over time we had to used the Assisted Living services for both mom and dad. The AL staff were so wonderful. They were responsive to all their needs. When mom went on hospice, the AL staff not only cared for her, but they made sure the surrounding family had plenty of hugs. They helped develop a plan of care that included not only mom and dads needs but the family needs. The entire staff were so wonderful! I can't begin to thank them enough for the wonderful care and caring they showed both mom and dad.
Shekinah★★★★★ 4 years ago
I have had a chance to visit and to stay with a friend living at Garden Court for over two months. The housekeeping supervisor Dori, is a nasty person she is like a bull and is very rude and nasty. This woman is confrontational and always gives dirty looks whenever she has a chance. She was head of the kitchen staff but was switched to housekeeping, I assume because she was so abrasive. The housekeeping is spotty, sometimes it is o.k. and other times it is not so good. Dori needs to realize that she represents the company, me and another person I know here would not recommend this residence as a place we would tell our friends to consider.
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