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Baileys Group Home
1998 Arcane Avenue, Reno, NV 89503
Based on 4 reviews
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Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(775) 473-7736
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Paul and Roxanne are amazing and run an A+ establishment. As my father was reaching an age where he could no longer care of himself any longer, our family needed to find a place where he could be well taken care of, fed regular meals, and find comfort while passing time. Bailey's group home filled the bill. The team there is very pleasant and they strive to deliver top notch service, treating my dad as if he was there own. The location was convenient. The house is well maintained, looked & smelled clean and was full of stimulating artwork. Our family was very happy with Bailey's and we felt secure and confident in our decision to place our father in their care.
This most wonderful home is awesome. I can't say enough good things: so very clean and homey, home cooking, individual needs met, treat everyone like a extension of their family including family members of clients. My husband and I spent Thanksgiving at Baileys with everyone and it was most enjoyable day we've had in a very long time. Plan to be with everyone there on X-Mas too. I have worked in places for the elderly as a nurse for many years and this home is TOPS on my list. Thanks to Paul and Roxanne for the care they give to my sister and making us feel like part of the family.
What can I say - this place saved my life! My sanity, my marriage and my health. I found Bailey's after determining that I could no longer offer the kind of care that my mother in law needed, but I couldn't afford the 5-6,000$ per month for memory care. It is clean, cute, comfortable, homey, warm, the 24-hr care is the absolute best. Not only do they provide the most professional and expert care, they are warm, caring, kind and attentive to every need of their residents. I know without a doubt that she received ten times the level of care that she could have received at any high-priced, corporate-run memory care facility, not to mention any other group home. I visited several places and this was the only home that I felt good about from the first moment I walked in.
Our relative lived here for four months before he passed away from complications due to dementia. The owner, staff and care provided was excellent. Our family member was very challenging and a strain to care for but was respected and well taken care of in spite of his poor behavior. We love the owner and staff as people and all they did for us and our family member. Clifford & Candace Conradt xoxoxox
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