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Overall Rating 4.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Samantha Lozano ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    Rebecca Lewis is an amazing worker!! She treats my grandmother like her own!!!

  • Sara Bear ★★★★★ a year ago

    My bfs mother is here in their memory care unit. We had her in another home first and the difference is amazing! She is so well taken care of at GS that we don't have to constantly worry about her. They care for her in a way that we would if we could. We are treated just as well as she is when we are there visiting. People are so nice here! Nothing at all bad to say about this place. She has been with them for 6 months. We love GS

  • David Whitmore ★★★★★ a year ago

    It was a kind of eye-opening experience for us. It is a nice 16-acre campus, and there are a lot of amenities available for the over-55 crowd. . . IF you can afford to pay for them. Expensive! After buying the apartment for a mere $48K, one only need pay $3000 a month to live there. Plus, the resident gets to pay for their own monthly utilities and their own cell phone service. Internet is provided 'for free' because they track your movements on the campus by way of their WiFi system. They also make sure you remain socially active by calling your apartment daily, and reminding you of all the things available to you that day. They even require all residents to wear medical alert devices to further help them help you live better. As a benefit of staying there, they allow the residents to eat up to $75 worth of food in their dining room - absolutely free. Also, no pets are allowed, not even service animals. We sat through a 3-hour high pressure sales pitch, but weren't allowed to see any of the apartments they provide. Nor was the discussion allowed to go toward the 'memory-impaired' portion of the campus. Or the acute care section. We left with a not quite satisfied feeling.

  • Melissa Tellez ★★★★★ a year ago

    A resident was sick. They removed the tablecloths and ceramic dishes and served the rest with badly prepared food on paper plates. For what they charge, they need to improve the food quality and preparation. They once gave my mother half a hot dog, no bun as her lunch. The pancake was stiff and not warm for another meal. She could not cut through the chicken cutlet with plastic utensils, much less chew on it. They don't assist with prescriptions. The staff are friendly, but far less helpful than I'd expected.

  • Arnie Christianson ★★★★★ a year ago

    This place has taken great care of my parents over the years. I feel very lucky that we found Good Sam to manage their care and provide a wonderful place to live while maintaining their independence.

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