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Customer Reviews

Inconsisent Care...Beautiful Setting

Poor management of staff. Medications are not consistently given as the doctor ordered. The input of changes to existing meds or additions of new meds to a residents computerized personal care file are often delayed by hours or even overnight. Understaffed and very slow response times to resident calls for assistance. Our calls to the nursing station are frequently not answered and messages left are not returned.

Paul Merrill

Local Representative

Thanks for taking the time to give a review. We’re sorry for your negative experiences with us. We’re working on tightening up our systems and will take your concerns to our team. Our residents and guests are our highest priority, and we want that to be very visible! If you’d like to discuss your concerns, please give us a call: [removed]. –Ronnie Brown, Executive Director or Gail Kahookele, Associate Executive Director.

Don't bother

They're understaffed and need more nurses, it could take up to thirty minutes for them to respond to the emergency button in the room (not ok at all) especially in the evenings/ at night. Even after saying that was ridiculous they didn't change or say much. They give "free" haircuts but charge $20 anyway, the food is mediocre but they do make sure everyone has eaten. The staff that isn't apart of the nursing is generally rude and dismissive, I asked a man in the office where they offered snacks for between meals and he snapped why would he know, probably cause you work there but thanks for being an ass. Any time something happened with my grandmother it was address because WE noticed long before any nursing staff (rashes,needing a bath, needing a diaper change etc.) I will say [Removed] (nurse) and [Removed] (coordinator) were absolutely amazing and without their help and hard work would have given this place one star but they were so kind and helpful to my grandmother while she was at the facility.

Paul Merrill

Local Representative

Dear Shelby, Thank you for your feedback! We truly value input to help us do the best job we can. I would genuinely appreciate an opportunity to speak with you directly. And thank you for your very favorable comments regarding Melissa and Rebecca. Please contact me at the phone number on our website. We would love the opportunity to discuss your specific concerns. Thank you. -Gail Kahookele, Associate Executive Director.

Looked very nice!

We toured this location when we were looking into care options for my Dad. This was very near to being our first choice, unfortunately the waiting list was too long during the time that we were looking for options. They had some very nice amenities, although Dad was not sure he would use all of them.

Cousin in Rehab

My cousin is in their rehab right now and I think that's going pretty good. That was our first choice because she's been there so much and I think the care is good too.

A really nice place. Not accepting Me...

A really nice place. Not accepting Medicaid residents currently.

From the Community

When it comes to quality senior living and trusted care, Christian Living Communities has a proven history of providing services you can count on. At Clermont Park, we continue that tradition with exceptional surroundings and dependable, compassionate care. Clermont Park is a complete community in every sense of the word, with a full continuum of services and care for seniors at every stage of life. Whether in a residential setting, assisted living apartment home, memory support or skilled nursing suite, each resident is valued and contributes to the fabric of the community.

Our well trained, trustworthy and nurturing staff has long been recognized for their commitment to each resident's quality of life. From meals to activities to family relationships, all aspects of daily resident life receive careful attention. You can rest assured that, as part of our mission, we strive to fill each day with meaningful, personalized experiences.

As a member of the Better Business Bureau, Christian Living Communities has been a reputable, trusted provider of senior care since 1972. We look forward to serving you and your loved ones in every capacity.

Denver is the capital of Colorado and the 19th most populous city in the United States. It's called the Mile High City because it's exactly one mile above sea level. The city is surrounded by mountains which provide a beautiful view and plenty of fun destinations for its residents. This is a great city for seniors who enjoy something a bit more lively without living in Los Angeles.

City Info

Despite its large size, Denver is extremely walkable. It also has very mild weather even though it can get plenty of snow.

- Walkability: Denver has a walkability score of 61, which means you can get some places on foot but not everywhere. However, claims that Denver has one of the most walkable downtown areas even though it's the 10th largest.

- Average age: The average age of Denver residents in this zip code is 38.2 years, which is a few years older than the state's 36.4 year average. This makes it a great area for seniors.

- Weather: For the most part, the weather in Denver is pretty mild. There are no months in which the average high dips below 40 degrees. However, it does get a decent amount of snowfall€”about 55 inches each year.

- Veterans: Denver has plenty of facilities for veterans, including health care centers, a benefit office, a medical center, and a veterans home.


In addition to the easy to navigate downtown area, Denver has a host of other transportation options. If you'd rather not walk, you have the option of buses, light rails, the Free MallRide, and the Free MetroRide.

- Buses: The buses in Denver serve as a great way to get around the downtown area or a convenient connecting service for the other methods of transportation. In certain areas, these buses are even free.
- Trains: The light rail can take you pretty much wherever you need to go in Denver. The local fare is $2.60, the regional fare is $4.50, and the airport fare is $9.00.
- Taxis: Denver has plenty of taxis, including the classic yellow cab service.
- Ride share: You can also use both Lyft and Uber services in Denver.

Health and Safety

As a senior, healthy and safe living are vital to your comfort and well-being. Despite its size, Denver does a solid job of delivering on both of these things.

- Hospitals: Denver has a wide variety of medical services and hospitals, including the University of Colorado Hospital, Kindred Hospital, and the Colorado Acute Long Term Hospital.

- Crime rate: On a scale of 1 to 100€”100 being the most crime€”Denver is a 49 in violent crimes and a 47 in property crimes. These numbers are just barely above the US averages of 31.1 and 38.1, respectively.

Sports and Leisure

Denver is a lively city, and as such offers plenty of fun activities to keep seniors healthy and active. Whether you love golf, tennis, or something else, Denver has it.

- Golf: There are myriad golf courses and country clubs throughout Denver. Thanks to this, you can really look around and find one that suits your needs and preferences.
- Tennis: You won't have any problem finding tennis courts in Denver, either. Between tennis clubs, public courts and gyms, there are well over 10 choices for tennis in the city alone.
- Gyms: You'll find some gyms and programs that to help seniors stay fit in Denver, but you also have the option of walking the beautiful city parks.

Shopping and Entertainment

Thanks to its lively downtown area, Denver has just about everything you could ask for when it comes to shopping and entertainment.

- Clothes: Aside from the typical department stores, Denver has tons of neat clothing shops. You can find locally made clothes, women's boho-chic clothes, vintage stores, thrift stores, and menswear stores.

- Groceries: In addition to a sprinkling of Safeways throughout the city, Denver also has smaller markets where you can support the little guys and find fresher local foods.

- Other restaurants: Denver has unbelievable diversity when it comes to food. You can find a huge range of restaurants here, including fast food, burgers, sandwiches, Thai food, Mexican food, Lebanese food, soups, cafes, Cajun food, and more.

- Movie theaters: There's an IMAX movie theater a bit north of Clermont Park where you can catch all the latest movies, as well as some you may have missed.

- Libraries: You'll find plenty of libraries in Denver, including one that's right near Clermont Park.

- Attractions: There are tons of things to do in Denver, both inside and outside of the city. The Denver Botanic Gardens are a great way to spend a day relaxing and taking in nature.

Religious Facilities

Denver is known to be a very accepting place. The variety of churches available in the city give you the freedom to practice whatever religion you want and be among friends while you do it.

- Religious facilities nearby: Whether you're looking for an Episcopal Church, a Methodist Church, or a Seventh-Day Adventist Church, you'll find it here. There are even some churches for some of the less common religions in Denver.