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In my dad's so far short stay at Arden courts it has been a great one! All the staff is very helpful and have been wonderful with my dad! I can't say enough about this facility!
Short experience, but good
Our experience with Arden Courts was very brief, but it was a positive one overall. The staff I met were friendly and professional, and they did their best to look after my loved one and keep her comfortable while she was here.
They were okay, but there wasn't a lot going on.
The staff was nice. They were okay, but there wasn't a lot going on. They had a room with a piano, but there wasn't anything going on in there. There wasn't anyone he could really be communicative with, as the residents were pretty progressed. It felt very institutional, and was very expensive, the price didn't seem to match what they offered. The food was edible, but I did hear complaints, and for my loved one the food was not quite soft enough. It wasn't the right fit. We liked that they had a perimeter where they could walk around. Katie was very nice, the people there were nice, but this wasn't a good fit for us.
Althea is wonderful. Warm,...
Althea is wonderful. Warm, caring, knowledgable. Arden Courts isn't 'big' enough though.
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Welcome to Arden Courts of Cherry Hill, located on a beautifully landscaped area with enclosed courtyard and backyard with walking paths. Arden Courts offers all the services normally associated with an assisted living facility, however, the services have been modified to take into account the unique needs of the Alzheimer's resident. Special attention has been given to physical building layout, safety and décor. Modified activity and food service programs focus on preferences, abilities and, most importantly, maintaining independence for as long as possible. Residents are encouraged to continue whatever activities they were used to doing at home - setting he table or preparing for dinner, doing laundry, gardening in the backyard or going out for social and community activities. All this is accomplished in a warm, friendly and familiar and safe setting supervised by people specially trained to care for those with Alzheimer's disease.