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My Prayers Have Been Answered!
Senior Retreat is a wonderful place for my dear wife! I love the concept of a family home. Having a maximum of 6 residents insures a favorable ration of staff to residents. The management is very accommodating to special needs and preferences and the staff is surperb. They go out of their way to provide loving care and are so considerate to the family members of the residents. I can’t be happier with Senior Retreat and recommend it highly!
Small, Family Orianted
Senior Retreat at Park Crossing has been very good so far. It is the 2nd home of its kind owned by a Charlotte home health care agency. It is in a nice neighborhood, has six bedrooms, a games room, large living area, large screened porch dining room and eat-in kitchen. The staff are licensed caregivers, very nice, seem competent and prepare nutritious meals in addition to administering meds to the residents, caring for their health, and grooming needs. It is always clean and tidy. There are some scheduled daily activities, and an activities director who makes an effort to incorporate the residents’ interests into the planned activities. They have puzzles, TV, crafts, monthly family meetings. Also, they also have a relationship with UNCC. Students of the gerontology program visit once a week to work with the residents. The place is comfortable, intimate, and family oriented. We are satisfied so far and would recommend it to others.
Would like to move here for assisted living
We had chosen this community for respite care for mom and I'm so glad we did. She had a wonderful time there. The home had just opened up so there was only 1 other resident there so there wasn't much socializing going on. But mom loved the caregivers and talking to them they were nice and friendly. It is a lovely place nice and clean. The food was wonderful. She actually said that since it went so well if she had to move into assisted living she would want to move there