- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Pets Allowed
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
Visited Once. Staff seems friendlly and relaxed as do residents. Seems homey, maybe a bit dated but that isn’t important. They do not take MediCal. If a patient runs out of unds they have to leave. Price is out of reach. May consider day care facilities, requires assessment, TB test and paperwork for doctor to complete.
Mom Was Not A Fit
The lady who showed us around the community was told about how my mom is like and what habits she has. The women told us it was nothing they could not handle. After an assessment the man who gave it did not want her in the community and said that they get to pick who they want. They did have a clean environment but she was not ideal for the community's care.
Head and shoulders above the others. The staff is attentive well trained and cares a great deal, always available to assist when needed. Beautiful well maintained grounds for the enjoyment of all, with lots of space. Make Primrose a must visit on your list
Primrose was created by John Wotring as a means to care for his parents who both have Alzheimer’s. It arose from the love in John’s heart for his mom and dad. Our goal is to create an environment that supports and nurtures the well being of those with memory loss. Our programs are individually designed to take advantage of each persons unique background and life experiences. Insight is gained by involving family and those familiar with each individual’s behavior, interests and hobbies. Primrose is responsive to the needs of individuals with memory impairments and those who love them. Our staff of dedicated professionals is focused on enhancing the quality of life for each individual and returning their independence and dignity.