Call for pricing and availability: (800) 780-8101
8630 West Nevso Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89147
Based on 50 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Assisted Living, Respite, Respite
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(702) 942-8700
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Acacia Springs DescriptionWe want you to experience all that life has to offer at Acacia Springs! Come enjoy some new hobbies with us in the billiards room, movie theater, fitness center and library. You can also meet up with friends at the bistro pub, or relax in either the outdoor heated pool or indoor whirlpool space. You'll find a sense of belonging at Acacia Springs--a place that feels like home. It's about making the most of every opportunity to connect with others, explore new interests, and grow spiritually while also maintaining a healthy lifestyle. It's great to be a part of a community where you feel valued and welcome.
Assisted LivingAcacia Springs is the perfect place to enrich your everyday experiences and receive care that stands out from the rest. In our assisted living lifestyle, you'll have your own place to call home while getting the personalized assistance you need with your daily routines. No matter what you're looking for, our community has something for everyone. From planned activities to social events, you'll participate in fulfilling experiences throughout the day and have 24/7 help at your fingertips.
Respite CareCome stay with us for a while and get to know the community before making the decision to move in! Looking for a change of pace? A short-term stay at our community will help you relax, refresh and renew. You'll have the opportunity to explore whether our community is right for you. Join us for life-enriching activities, savor our delicious cuisine and get to know your fellow residents.
DiningWe are confident that you will find living here to be a delicious and fulfilling experience, whether you're sharing an intimate meal with your best friend or celebrating a special occasion with all your loved ones.
Parent OrganizationAcacia Springs is a member of a larger group of communities called Grace Management
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ServicesAcacia Springs offers a variety of services for seniors. Independent living options are available for those who are able to live independently but need some assistance with activities of daily living. Assisted living is also available for seniors who need more help with daily tasks and medical care. For those needing temporary care, short-term/respite stays are an option. Acacia Springs provides a safe and comfortable home-like environment for seniors in all stages of life.
Assisted Living Services and AmenitiesAt Acacia Springs, residents can choose from one- and two-bedroom apartment styles with a patio for their assisted living needs. Housekeeping and maintenance services, as well as linen service, are included in the amenities. Utilities are included, with individually controlled heating and air conditioning for each apartment. Residents can enjoy the landscaped patio with putting green, outdoor heated pool, indoor whirlpool spa, fitness center, beauty salon/barber shop, billiards room, movie theater, and library.
Independent Living Services and AmenitiesAt Acacia Springs, residents can choose from one- and two-bedroom apartment styles, some of which feature balconies and patios. The living experience is made easier by housekeeping and maintenance services, including linen service, and many utilities are included with individually controlled heating and air conditioning. Residents can also take advantage of the landscaped patio with putting green, outdoor heated pool, indoor whirlpool spa, fitness center, and beauty salon/barber shop.
Respite Care Services and AmenitiesAt Acacia Springs, guests have the choice of a variety of furnished apartment styles based upon availability. The features and amenities are aligned with the chosen apartment style, and there is 24-hour support from caring associates. Guests can choose flexible lengths of stays, and enjoy homemade restaurant-quality meals as well as many utilities included in the stay. To ensure health and wellness, there is a fitness program and daily life enrichment activities.
daily life enrichment activities
homemade, restaurant-quality meals
support from caring staff available 24 hours a day
housekeeping and maintenance services provided, including linen service
housekeeping and maintenance, including linen service
choice of one- and two-bedroom floor plans with patio
features and amenities aligned with the apartment style chosen
billiards room, movie theater, library
individually controlled heating and air conditioning
many utilities included
outdoor heated pool and indoor whirlpool spa
balconies and patios available in select apartments
landscaped patio with putting green
flexible length of stays available
beauty salon/barber shop
Employee Reviews for Grace Management in Las Vegas, Nevada
1 out of 5 stars. Based on 1 reviewsEmployees who have worked for Grace Management in the Las Vegas, NV area have given the company a rating of 1.0 out of 5 stars. The reviews indicate that the facility is horrible and that management engages in favoritism and punishes employees who are attempting to do right by the patients. Furthermore, policies are never followed. The only positive thing mentioned about the company is the residents, but this is overshadowed by the negative aspects of working for Grace Management. Employees are advised to avoid the company at all costs.
Employee Reviews for Grace Management
3.13 out of 5 stars. Based on 105 reviewsOverall, employees of Grace Management have mixed reviews. Many employees appreciate the people they work with and the supportive team environment. However, there are some complaints about the lack of work/life balance, low pay, and poor training program. Employees also express frustration with the lack of support from corporate, the lack of raises and bonuses, and the lack of hazard pay during the pandemic. Advice to management includes keeping their word, providing more support to employees, and managing buildings before opening more.
The Spring Valley Area
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of NV. It is a medium-sized community with 50 total beds.
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The people that work here are wonderful! My Mom has lived here for a little over a year and I have visited her quite often. During these visits I have had the opportunity to meet some of the cleaning staff, the servers in the restaurant as well as the front desk staff and the ladies that run the place. Everyone is great especially Penny L. and Lori. The only complaint I have is the same complaint the majority of the residents have. The food. On Holidays it is great but the rest of the time it leaves a lot to be desired. I have eaten there a few times and listened to stories about the meals they have on a regular basis and it isn't good. Dry, no flavor, over/under cooked, the quality in general is just below par. You would think that having your meals included in your rent would be a plus but not when you still have to go out and buy your own food if you want something edible. If you are going to charge them for the food PLEASE improve it so they want to eat there. Also, I don't understand why you pay to get a parking spot, especially when it isn't even covered. Any apartment I have ever lived in he parking spot is included.
My relative has lived there several months. The staff and most residents are friendly and nice. Activities varied & fun.Even though there are choices in the dining room, some 'just home cooking' would be preferred by many residents instead of fancy named dishes that leave much to be desired. Fewer items better prepared would be lovely. The staff is very accommodating with requests by residents or guests who visit. Seasonal decorations liven up the hallways and public spaces clean in a inviting. The staff is easy going and nice to work with and the van drivers very nice.It would be nice if a link available for family to download schedules and weekly menus. Thanks much.
Moved my grandmother in this week. They are reasonably priced and have amenities like bingo, game room, library, putting green, movie theater and shuttle for trips. They just remodeled lobby and dining room for a more upscale feel.Staff is wonderful. So far so good but parking is a challenge as all spots are marked reserved so have to park on street to visit her. Only complaint is food...they only have two choices for lunch or dinner per day. They also have another menu of anytime options but surprised that there is not more fruit choices. Pretty bland so I guess they don't cook with many spices. Apartments are cute and perfect for my grandmother. They have laundry and cleaning service available too. I hope they keep up the customer service...so far I am pleased.
My father recently became a resident at Acacia Springs and we couldn't be happier with the experience so far. The staff has been very welcoming and have done a great job helping my father get settled in. Along with that the other residents have been extremely friendly which has helped with the transition. We both are very happy with the decision and I'd recommend Acacia Springs to anyone considering independent or assisted living facilities for a loved one.
With dads previous Independent place closing down, he was offered a place at Acacia Springs. The staff went beyond service, to assist him move and get set up! Everyone is so friendly and helpful.My 91 year old pop is now thriving in this community. Staff know him by name, and their is always someone who can assist with dads questions. He is getting exercise and is eating so much better. He loves his dessert.There is a real community at Acacia. There are many activities, the bus drivers are caring and helpful , when dad goes for his appointments.With me living in Canada , I am grateful to know that he is well looked after. All the staff are amazing.Thank you. This is the best home for dad to be in. Don’t hesitate to place a parent or friend at Acacia Springs.
This is where my parents are and they seem to like it. They have a heated pool. Inside Jacuzzi with showers and restrooms, a work out facility with all the latest equipment, they even have a massage therapist. They also allow dogs, and they even have a dog walk on site. A cherry wood library that is really very nice and luxurious. A recreation room with a slot machine that doesn't take quarters, that is good if your parents like to gamble. They have a billiard room that is exceptional. It is a very upscale luxurious senior assisted living apartment complex that is totally up to date with all the latest security equipment. No one gets in or out without signing in and they have a machine that you sign in on and that takes your picture, it even takes your temperature, for safety precaution against covid-19. This is an extra safety feature that is very handy and easy to use, which facial recognition. They even have an open bar with beer and wine on tap. That is really cool. Full service meals and restraunt with just about everything you could ever want they even deliver to your room. My parents seem to like it. As long as my parents are happy that is really all that matters to me.
Our dad, Frank Costa, has lived at Acacia Springs for ten years. He recently turned 103 and we believe it is due in large part to the fantastic care and social connections he has made there. Acacia is home to him.All of the staff, from the front desk to the kitchen, to the aids and the management are all a part of his family. He initially moved in with our mom as they had difficulty taking care of their daily needs (cooking, house cleaning, etc.). We were so grateful that they made that decision. When she passed away several years ago, being settled in at Acacia made that transition much better for him. He was surrounded by loving friends and staff and didn't feel alone.The staff listens to the resident's concerns and addresses them promptly, making them feel heard and respected.The way they handled the pandemic was second to none. They followed all protocols while trying to keep the resident's spirits up during lockdown. This kept him safe and Covid-free.We initially looked at a number of assisted living facilities and Acacia Springs was far superior in appearance, cleanliness, quality and atmosphere.We, as a family, have developed relationships with the staff which is comforting as we live in another state. It brings us peace to know that he is so well taken care of.We highly recommend Acacia Springs.
My father has lived at Acacia Springs for the last 10 years. He has thrived living here due to the many friends he has made, the great care he has received and all the activities that have been available to him. The staff is always available, courteous, supportive, professional, and provide for any and all needs for my father and our family. The facilities are very clean and the food is very good which are extremely important. Overall we could not ask for a better place for our father to ensure he is comfortable and has all his needs taken care of.(Note: the name on this review is father’s as I couldn’t change it.)
Before moving my folks into Acacia Springs I came to check it out 4 different times. Different days of the week and time of day.Everyone was more than helpful and sincerely kind. Not just the staff but also the residents I spoke to.The staff has an incredible memory for remembering the names of the residents and there preferences.After you move in they make sure you’re assigned to another resident who can help them show the ropes and answer any questions that might arise.And I’d like to mention the custodial and maintenance staff - absolutely wonderful !Can’t say enough good things about Acacia Springs ! Love the place, people, and the environment !Sincerely, Kim Huwe
I can't say enough about acacia springs. My friend of 40 years moved there about a year ago right before the pandemic, and she was very hesitant going there because she had always been a home body. Since she moved to acacia springs I can barely get her on the phone because of all the activities going on and she tells me "i gotta go i'll call you tonight its time for happy hour." Hearing that from her every day i'm in proccess of selling my house, I hope and pray everything goes well. Acacia will be my next home when everything goes through. I just wanna say thank you to all the people who helped her come out of her shadow.
My mother lived here for a few years, first on the independent side, then as her Parkinson's worsened, she effortless tranfered to the assisted living side. It is great that they have both living situations in one facility and the residents/ staff interact with each other, so the move is not another traumatic change for them. My mother passed away a year ago, yet I still keep in touch with some of her friends children... My mother would tell everyone," I feel like I am living on a cruise ship with all the activities/ entertainment there is to do...' "I mentioned to Hoden that I missed the opera, and to my amazement she set it up as an activity,, I am so happy here" All the staff were wonderful with an open door policy, going above and beyond to meet her needs...I am grateful to everyone for how they treat the residents, like it is their family member....I highly recommend Acacia Springs
The best place ever! My granddad lives there and he is very happy with everything there. He's happy that dining is open again since they got their Covid shots. He loves the people who work there and the activities that they have. He would never leave. Seeing him happy makes us happy!
I moved into Acacia Springs last March (2020). Within a week Penny Munn, Executive Director, advised that we would be locked down for an unknown amount of time due to Covid. During every community meeting we had, Penny did her best to make this transition as smooth as possible and to the best of our liking. We were locked in here for nine months. Penny did everything possible to keep us safe but Covid went through Acacia like wild fire. I too had it during Christmas time. I have lost 8 or 9 dear friends. I am only moving out because I see them everywhere in the building. Penny needs a gold star for doing her best to minimize the effects/ threats Covid poses against our community. She was a great leader and never gave up.
I am absolutely horrified of how my parents have been treated there !! DO NOT Move in this place ! I had to take my parents out of this place due to how they have been treated!! the elderly are very vulnerable and need to be treated with extra care . Whoever is managing this company has no idea what’s really going on !
Acacia Springs is such a great place! My grandma is a resident here and she truly enjoys it. She has made a lot of friends and participates in a lot of their activities. The staff is very caring and attentive to my grandmother's needs. I recommend Acacia Springs to anyone looking for a facility for their loved one.
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