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1111 Ulatis Dr, Vacaville, CA 95687
Based on 24 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care
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Brookdale Vacaville DescriptionExperience the assisted living and memory care offered at Magnolia Court in Vacaville, California - a place of comfort and security. At Magnolia Court, residents enjoy the comfort of personalized attention and superior service along with a vibrant events schedule, stunningly designed spaces, plus round-the-clock assurance from caring staff. At Magnolia Court, we recognize the importance of family and embrace its values. We thank you for considering us as a home away from home for your loved one. At Magnolia Court in Vacaville, California, seniors find a caring home where assisted living and memory care are provided with compassion. At Magnolia Court, residents are embraced with affectionate attention and superior service, a bustling schedule of activities to enjoy, exquisitely designed spaces for relaxation and the comfort that comes from knowing caring staff is available 24 hours a day.
Assisted LivingUncover the joys of assisted living with 24-hour care and support in a vibrant, cozy community that's designed to make you feel right at home. At Fields Senior Living, we strive to provide the highest quality of care through thoughtful design. Our family is here to ensure that your loved one receives the care they deserve, from medication management and assistance with bathing or dressing, to providing you peace of mind. Our community provides a range of activities and services to ensure an enjoyable, enriching lifestyle - from social events and lifelong learning opportunities to spiritual discovery, housekeeping assistance and restaurant-style dining. Our dedicated team of licensed nurses or care staff are available 24/7 for support when needed; all while honoring choice, dignity, wellness & independence!
Memory CareCrafting memory care necessitates an unwavering dedication to the most minute aspects of patient and community development. Our Connections program is the bedrock of support for residents, no matter where they are on their path. We embrace each day with the intention of enriching our residents' lives, from lighthearted conversations and laughter at dawn to artistic expression in the afternoon.
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AmenitiesMagnolia Court in Vacaville offers a variety of amenities for its residents. Three chef prepared meals are served daily and licensed nursing or care staff is available 24/7. Housekeeping and laundry services are provided as well as wifi throughout the facility. Each resident has a personalized care plan and a full-time social coordinator organizes events, parties, and concerts. The hospitality concierge is available to make arrangements and all utilities except phone are included. Scheduled transportation to local appointments, shopping, and entertainment is also available.
Assisted Living Services and AmenitiesMagnolia Court in Vacaville offers a variety of assisted living services and amenities to its residents. They serve delicious meals restaurant-style, provide home maintenance housekeeping and linen services, as well as spacious private accommodations with a variety of floor plans. In addition, they offer an exercise fitness and wellness program, a calendar of social spiritual and educational activities, and beautifully designed common areas and functionally landscaped outdoor areas.
Memory Care Services and AmenitiesMagnolia Court in Vacaville provides memory care services and amenities to residents, such as delicious meals served restaurant-style, home maintenance housekeeping and linen services, spacious private accommodations with a variety of senior-friendly floor plans, exercise fitness and wellness programs, cognitive appropriate social spiritual and educational activities, beautifully designed common areas and functionally landscaped outdoor areas. All of these services are tailored to meet the needs of those living with memory impairments.
assistance with dressing
assistance with daily activities
personalized care plans
24/7 care staff
individual care plans
fitness and wellness programs
lifelong learning activities
chef prepared meals
three chef-inspired meals each day
housekeeping and laundry service
full-time social coordinator
weekly housekeeping and linen services
weekly housekeeping & linen service
individual climate control
all utilities included
landscaped outdoor areas
courtyard and walking paths
all utilities except phone
cable television included
wireless emergency call system
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of CA. It is a large-sized community with 146 total beds.
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My mother moved into Brookdale about 6 months ago and has adjusted very well. She did not want to be moved and was upset at first. The staff went out of their way to help her and have been wonderful! The rooms are bright and cheerful and the food is delicious. She enjoys the activities and bingo! I am very happy with her care and all the help we have received. I highly recommend this facility!
Happy Halloween to Brookdale residents!! My boys and I would like to thank you for welcoming us to your facility for trick-or-treating this evening.Your fliers were put out on Facebook at the perfect time, and gave wonder for details about times. When I arrived there with my 12-year-old, and seven-year-old, we were welcomed by wonder woman and other staff members with fresh made popcorn, drinks, and directions on how visit all the residents. It was wonderful to see the residents sitting outside with baskets full of candy as we walked by. They all met us with warm smiles and welcomes and I know they enjoyed us there as much as we enjoyed visiting.I grabbed a business card and have plans to take my children back to volunteer in the near future. Rather than just taking on Halloween, my children both saw people Who would not be able to see trick-or-treaters smiling and happy to See us.Can't wait to see you all soon and maybe stop by at Christmas to sing some songs... It might be a bit off key though!
Welcome to Wall Street! Brookdale Senior Living Inc. is one of if not the largest publicly traded corporations in the United States offering corporate style senior living. It has 53,000 employees and last year's gross revenues were $4.24 billion. The stock may be a good buy at the moment at around $18/share, down from $38/share a year ago. Sounds like an unstable business to me. What's going on? I've no idea. I do know my mother's rent at the Yellowstone Drive location (which isn't listed on Yelp so I'm reviewing it here) has gone up around 50% in the last 8 years. My mother has been spending down her savings to continue living there and will likely run out of funds in the next few years. So this place is doing an excellent job of getting the last of her money, and perhaps that of many other Brookdale residents throughout the country too. Maybe Brookdale corporate headquarters is hoping this strategy will eventually help their stock recover and soar to new heights. In addition, this Brookdale facility is now on it's 4th owner since my mother moved in, so big corporations have been "flipping" this facility. I believe my mother stays because she has made friendships there, plus perhaps imagines she has nowhere else to go, and/or is overwhelmed by the prospect of moving.In spite of the rent increases, which are much greater than the cost of living (so they are about profit and not real operating costs), the quality of service has declined as well. My mother complains about nearly everything and I can't argue with her. The food is poor quality institutional, provided by institutional food distributor Sysco. I would refuse to eat there on a regular basis and know of resident's going out to eat because of the poor food quality. The "creative care" which offers as needed care taking to residents seems extra high priced. The staff there are generally nice but the management is often unresponsive because they must enforce Brookdale's Wall Street, profit driven policies.If you like what Wall Street is doing in general and/or to seniors, especially Brookdale, move here or help your loved one do so.Update May 2016: My mother's latest Brookdale news... "Bedbugs have been found and exterminators came into one man's apartment and upset everything and never put anything back, papers and clothes were tossed all over the floor." Regarding the new decor... "Psychedelic prints that not even a college kid wants in their dorm they look so horrible, I think they bought these out a warehouse of pictures that couldn't be sold." Regarding the new flooring... "The artificial wooden floors show an extra lot of dirt so they almost always look dirty." Regarding the new dining room chairs... "They're beautiful but heavy and cumbersome, seats are higher and deeper, feel like a teeter totter, and are too high to sit back for back support and still have feet reach the floor. Whoever the interior decorator was had no idea what seniors needed."
I have visited this facility and there is simply no great things to say for it. This place is under staffed, there have been seniors left in their room screaming for help, either for needing to get to the bathroom, gone the bathroom in their beds, or in need of some assistance and caregivers as well as residents ignore or just no longer hear the call.I have witnessed residents getting the wrong pill, thank God some of them know the colors of their pills and can still count, some have been given more or less...GEEZ!!!
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