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Brookdale Las Vegas
3025 East Russell Road, Las Vegas, NV 89120
Based on 8 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(702) 451-7896
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Brookdale Las Vegas DescriptionAt Brookdale Las Vegas, we don't see ourselves as a traditional senior living home, but more like one big family. Our assisted living and memory care community is located in the renowned city of Las Vegas, Nevada, after all. Our community is full of interesting stories, ideas, and passions from people who come from all corners of the globe. Even though we're all different, we come together to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. We are confident that you will fall in love with your new home, from the beautiful interior spaces and restaurant-style dining to the fun-filled community events calendar and spacious accommodations that feel like a private residence.
Assisted LivingAssisted living is designed for seniors who need more help with activities of daily living than those in independent living. The supportive programs and team members in these communities can help with things like everyday living and basic care, as well as fun activities and transportation.
Memory CareOur memory care program is designed to help your loved one feel a sense of belonging and purpose while still preserving their sense of self. We are committed to providing your loved one with the best possible care by assigning the same associates to their case whenever possible. Our memory care communities have the same look and function as a private home, but with a secure environment.
DiningOn our daily menus, you'll have a variety of delicious options to choose from, including tarragon chicken, stuffed green peppers and breaded baked tilapia. Our goal is to provide an unforgettable culinary experience through healthy and flavorful dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients whenever possible. Our memory care residents also enjoy exceptional dining experiences but with a little extra help. We provide dementia-friendly menus with familiar and easy-to-manage selections, small dining rooms with consistent preselected seating, and personal dining assistance as needed.
Parent OrganizationBrookdale Las Vegas is a member of a larger group of communities called Brookdale Senior Living
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AmenitiesAt Brookdale Las Vegas, seniors can enjoy a range of amenities designed to provide them with a comfortable and enjoyable lifestyle. There is an Emergency Alert System in place for their safety, and they are also pet friendly. Transportation services are available, as well as a library, concierge service, beauty/barber shop, courtyard and garden, gardening/greenhouse, arts & crafts studio, game room, billiards theatre, walking paths with Wi Fi access throughout, whirlpool spa, pharmacy services, postal services, piano room and personal solutions.
daily check-in system
24 hour security system
assistance with daily living
beauty and barber salon
emergency alert system
emergency response in each room
flat screen tv
courtyard and garden
Employee Reviews for Brookdale Senior Living in Las Vegas, Nevada
3 out of 5 stars. Based on 1 reviewsEmployees in the Las Vegas, NV area who have worked for Brookdale Senior Living have expressed dissatisfaction with the company. They report that the company does not care about its employees and that management changes monthly. Additionally, they have stated that the Executive Director (ED) is terrible and not qualified for the position. Overall, employees have described Brookdale Senior Living as a bad company to work for, earning it a rating of 3.0 out of 5 stars.
Employee Reviews for Brookdale Senior Living
3.06 out of 5 stars. Based on 1000 reviewsEmployees of Brookdale Senior Living generally have positive things to say about the company. They appreciate the free parking, paid orientation and training hours, and nice residents. However, they have noted that the health insurance is expensive and the deductibles are high. Additionally, CNA's PTO for the first year is nearly nonexistent and the pay deposit system is unusual. There is also a lack of work-life balance, as employees are often called in on days off due to staff shortages. Employees have also reported that management does not advocate for them and that communication is not always good. They have also noted that the pay rate is low and that the facility is often understaffed. Employees have also reported that the security system is an issue and that the training is too automated. Advice to management includes improving communication, fostering staff development, enhancing benefits, and stopping taking credit for work that the front-line workers conduct.
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of NV. It is a large-sized community with 105 total beds.
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My grandmother is there. I've visited a few times but I am in another state. It isn't as good as her last senior living home. This is my opinion on my interaction. The staff isn't as attentive or into what they do as I have seen at her last place. Her room isn't kept as clean and she has to constantly ask for things to be done that are paid for.
This place is pretty depressing. Very little for the residents to do. Mostly sitting around all day watching tv. The staff is ok but not very interested in talking to the residents. If you can afford it I'd find some place that shows more care and effort. I've had three meals there with my dad. Everyone at the table complained about the food. It really is awful. Soy meat products, lots of white carbs.
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