Regency Retirement Village – Huntsville - Huntsville, AL

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  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Male Residents Accepted
  • Female Residents Only
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Homecare Onsite
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

TLC for mom

I was very happy with the care that we received here for the time that my mom needed assistance. We liked the staff and the environment of the community. The menu and the activities were very helpful for her while she was here. We would recommend this community for other families.

Very pleased with Regency

My Dad has been at Regency 3 weeks and we are very pleased. The staff has been wonderful to work with. My dad is adjusting well, and as he feels like it, is enjoying some of the activities. The other residents have been welcoming and friendly to my dad, which has been great!

Wonderful Community, Caring for My Mother Well

This is a nice community, and they are caring my mother very well. I know she is safe and receiving great care. The staff is wonderful. They are very helpful, and kind. There are nice activities offered for the residents. I've tried some of the food, and the meals are good. They do a good job with keeping the community nice, and well- kept. It has been a good experience. All is well for us at this community, and I would recommend it.


At the beginning the experience is awesome. Please make sure you stay on top of visiting your loved one and understanding what's going on with them. I know it is hard to maintain as many clients as they have. They try, the nurses on my family member floor are awesome. They are taking great care of her. The only downfall is once you are in the facility the administrative staff are not as friendly as they were when they were trying to get you in. They need to establish some consistency. We are just as important once in the facility as we were we were filling out paperwork and touring the facility to decide on occupancy.

A good memory care unit!!

I would recommend this community with reservations. The staff are not able to do anything with the residents unless they have a doctor's permission. We had an issue with my mom getting up for breakfast but we have resolved this and she is now doing well. The food is good and the community is very well maintained.

Levels of care

We were told whatever level of care my mother needed would be met. However, once there, we were informed that she couldn't not stay in her room during the day, but had to be in the main room with everyone so aides could watch her and ensure she didn't fall. . She doesn't like groups and was most uncomfortable and insisted being in her room. She was also restless. We were required to hire sitters 24/7 on top of the monthly fee. At $16 per hour we could not afford it. We removed mother from the facility and returned home with private nurse care.

Very Friendly People

I think that the friendliness was the most important thing for us in deciding to put my loved one there. They do well in including the residents in the activities and encouraging all of them to participate.

It seems to be okay so far.

It seems to be okay so far. The only thing I am a little unsure of is the level of integration into activities. I am not sure just how much encouragement is offered. The people are nice enough, and it's clean. We liked the straight hallways, and how easy it seemed to be to navigate, even if it is a little more institutional.

Beautiful! Attentive! And they LISTEN! You all are a true blessing.

A kind and caring place.

The people who work at Regency Retirement Village have been so caring and kind to my parents and all my family members! My mother moved into an independent living apartment and later moved into skilled nursing. My daddy moved into rehab and then skilled nursing. Both areas have been wonderful. I have been kept well informed as to what is happening at all times. It is a friendly pleasant environment. I highly recommend it.


My husband was a resident there at Regency Retirement Village for exactly two weeks. They did not take care of him. They said he was a little aggressive and they were afraid of him, so they did not even try to take care of him. I had to go up there myself to clean him, change the sheets on the bed, etc., and when I did it was awful to see the condition he was living in. I could never recommend Regency Retirement Village. It is just awful.

Groping With Old Age 101

My father died in his thirties, and his younger brothers, my uncles passed away in their mid forties. So I rarely, if ever gave much if any thought to the idea of being an old guy.

However, the years he passed. I will be age 86 in February. So my life has continued well beyond the youthful ages of my father and uncles. Who knows why I've been so fortunate? It could be the effect of my mother's gene pool, or pure and simple blind luck or good eating habits.

However, over time, I realized the gradual loss of my physical powers. For instance, in my seventies, I was unable to walk rapidly a distance of fifty feet or less, and then some difficulty with dressing, cooking, meal preparation and personal hygiene.

I remember conversations with my mother as her health deteriorated. I was about age fifty when she insisted on talking with me about the problems of her advancing old age.

She wanted to plan as much as possible for her future needs while she still possessed the physical power to make her own decisions. I remember her exact words in conveying this thought. "Why should'nt I make decisions for myself instead of forcing my children to do it?"
Her remarks came to mind as I approached my eighties. By then, I was having problems with the use of my fingers and hands. My blood pressure was usually elevated and my short term memory was fading.

The need for my looking ahead was at hand, as the saying goes.

As a resident of the Regency, I can easily say nice and complimentary things about the place. The staff is always helpful, friendly and cooperative. The meals, three times daily, seven days of the week, are usually of good quality with a fairly wide and good range of variety.

The word around here with my neighbors is that the Regency is a good place to live but old age SUCKS.

Cordial, Knowlegeable Staff

We liked that place but there was another place that was a little bit closer to us which was important. Regency was little bit less expensive. It was clean and the staff were very cordial and they were knowledgeable. I would say at some places, if you're not management, typically you have to have a gift for caring for people to be in that business, since they don't get paid very much sometimes. Because of that, sometimes the helpers are not always the most friendly but I think you probably have that everywhere.