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Paramount House Senior Living
2061 Peabody Rd, Vacaville, CA 95687
Based on 17 reviews
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Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(707) 455-0300
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Paramount House Senior Living DescriptionParamount House is where senior living reaches its most entertaining heights! Opting to relocate your beloved into this neighborhood will be a decision that carries profound significance. At the heart of a thriving home community lies not only physical wellbeing, but also psychological, social and intellectual fulfilment; ensuring residents can enjoy life without fear or worry in their day-to-day living. We proudly uphold our commitment to honoring and respecting the elderly in our senior living community, ensuring each resident is treated with dignity.
Assisted LivingAt Paramount House, we are passionate about crafting a nourishing and delightful dining experience for all! At our restaurant-style dining room, we take pride in crafting delicious meals with a touch of elegance. Deliciously fresh-baked treats, succulent fruits and crisp salads are daily indulgences! We gladly accept any unique dietary requests! Let us know what you desire and we'll guarantee your contentment. All are invited to come and make themselves at home!
Memory CareMemories are the weft and warp that weave families together through generations. At Paramount House Memory Care, we provide a safe and nurturing environment for those with memory loss - offering both residents and their families the support they need to live life fully. The care provided honors the wish of residents to maintain their dignity, feel a sense of connection and have meaningful interactions with others. It taps into their potential, preserves existing capabilities and provides the necessary aid to plug any gaps in life skills.
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AmenitiesParamount House Senior Living offers a variety of amenities to its residents, including 82 apartments (62 Assisted Living 20 Memory Care). There are spacious common living areas, beautifully landscaped courtyards, one with a waterfall, a relaxation and intimate conversation parlor area, a restaurant-style dining room, a comfortable and spacious activities room, a barber & hair salon, and a 24-hour response system. In addition, all apartments are wired for telephone.
ServicesParamount House Senior Living offers an extensive list of services to its residents. These services include freshly prepared meals and snacks, social and recreational events, weekly housekeeping and linen service, daily tidy service, laundry service, scheduled transportation to local doctor's appointments, professional care staff providing assistance with activities of daily living as needed, medication management, daily activities program, and exercise programs.
administration of medications
personal care assistance with activities of daily living
assistance with personal care
daily activities program
arts & crafts
recreational events and activities
chef prepared meals
freshly prepared meals and snacks
private dining room for special occasions
restaurant-style dining room
weekly housekeeping and linen service
weekly housekeeping services
short-term respite stays
personal laundry and linen service
personal emergency call system
an emergency response system
cable television service
beautifully landscaped courtyards
24-hour response system
independent and assisted living
large living room
The Vacaville Area
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of CA. It is a large-sized community with 95 total beds.
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Our Mom has been a resident in Memory Care for more than 5 years. From day one the entire experience has been nothing but positive. The staff and caregivers are like family and truly love our Mom. It has been especially reassuring during Covid when visiting has been limited. We felt completely comfortable knowing that she was so well cared for. We get regular calls from the staff with updates. When she has needed supplies like toothpaste, shampoo, ensure, they have taken it upon themselves to pick these things up for us and we are able to pay them later. Our Mom is always clean and happy. We recently celebrated our Mom's 97th Birthday. We did not feel comfortable being inside the building. They staff was kind enough to set up a table and chairs outside so six of us could enjoy the afternoon with our Mom. We cannot recommend Paramount House more highly.
My Mom who was 90 years old and very independent had come to the point that she needed to stay in an Assisted Living Center. She had lived the last 39 years alone and happy. I decided to visit a number of such places in Vacaville. We chose Paramount House Senior Living on Peabody Rd. Our Mom lived there for 6 months before she passed from a brain tumor. Mom really liked living at Paramount. She would call it "Home Sweet Home". We made a good choice in selecting them. Ms.Siobhan Lehman is the Executive Director and she always had an open door and was ready to help in any way possible. Her staff Monica Garcia the Business Director, Jon the leasing Mgr.Tony The Kitchen Manager, Ricky the Maintenance Manager and Kathy the Activities Director were all very helpful. Robert the Bus Driver for the Center always Made sure Mom was on time for her doctor appointments. At the Nurse station Niije & Niila & Natasha were in charge of the caregiver's and they were excellent in making sure the details were followed. STAFF IS EVERYTHING! If your thinking about selecting a Senior Living Center you would do your loved one well to check Paramount House out. No bad urine smell, great customer service. The prices are very competitive with the other local facilities. Our family was so grateful for all of the services provided by the actual Care givers. If your loved one needs to get Hospice care as our Mom did in the final stages of her life, Paramount works with Continum Hospice Care and they were excellent and worked as a team in providing the best possible care to our Mom.
My mom has been living at Paramount now for nearly four months, and hasn't been this happy in years. She had been living alone in her home getting home care three times a week, but at 92, it was time to move her to a more stable environment. Since she didn't want to move to Oregon where my wife and I live, we were very lucky to find her a spot at Paramount House. She is stubborn, and did not want to move into a "home", but once we took her in showed her around and met the staff she relented, and now she has no desire to go back to the house. Jon the fellow who gave us the tour was a gem. He and one of the maintenance staff Larry, talked with her at length, listening to her stories and addressing her concerns. One of my showstoppers is lack of cleanliness, especially the smell of urine. The facility has always been clean, with no bad smells. The rooms are huge and modern. Mom can't remember how to operate a phone, so I can call and they will take the phone to her. The food can be a little bland I guess, but as seniors, I'm guessing spicier food might be problematic. All in all, mom is happy so I am too.
Our experience with Paramount was brief, but good. Sadl, my dad took a turn for the worst and passed away only a few days after moving in. HE was already bedridden and quickly became comatose. Unable to fend for himself, we worried he might be ignored when we weren't there. At first, our concerns seem to be well-founded. The night staff didn't really come in to check him much. But after texting Alyssa, the lady who helped us get things setup, she took care of everything. From that moment on, staff members were checking on Dad much more frequently. Every one of them was kind and gentle, down to the very end. Besides the excellent personal care, the facilities are very nice. The common area is attractive and inviting.Some residents eve had dogs. One afternoon a gentleman came in and played the piano for the crowd of residents that had gathered. Meals are normally served at assigned tables in the dining room. We were told we could eat there too, but chose to carry it back to Dad's room. Kitchen staff was helpful. They happily filled our plates with whatever we asked for. The food was decent. Burgers, salads, ribs, etc. I totally recommend Paramount House, especially for seniors who are fully functional. The rooms are good sized and clean, the grounds pleasant.
First impressions are everything!The moment you walk in, the milieu was warm and welcoming. The residents were playing balloon volleyball and laughing up a storm! The facility did not have that "facility" feel. (or smell)My tour of place was amazing. Everything was clean and everyone was so friendly. I can't wait for my parents to see this place!
My brother had been in several care facilities and care was bland. No activities provided, he would sit in front of t.v. bored and slept a lot. He was no longer that outgoing person, I could see him loosing desire to participate with family. His son continued looking for a place that had activities and staff that cared. My brother is 93yrs old, a Korean war wounded veteran has balance issues (left arm amputated) I'm very pleased with his care and his participation in a variety of activities. He mixes well with other residents especially in dining room. His room is always tidy and he enjoys when staff drop by and chat with him.
I’m very happy my father seems to be well taken care of and he loves his facility. Everyone is extremely nice and concerned. I get numerous updates regularly by every one at facility. I feel they are handling covid carefully, constantly updating and changing process as needed when there is concern, clients family receive letters along with phone calls regularly. I wish everyone the best and safe dwellings.
At the beginning of this year, I decided to start looking into a new home because I was tired of living by myself. After visiting all of the communities in Vacaville, I decided on one place that felt just as comfortable as my home was. Paramount House was my choice, and I'm glad I made the right decision!I love it here because the staff is friendly, I get the care I need, and there's always something to do. I think the food is good too!
My mom has been living at Paramount now for nearly four months, and hasn't been this happy in years. She had been living alone in her home getting home care three times a week, but at 92, it was time to move her to a more stable environment. Since she didn't want to move to Oregon where my wife and I live, we were very lucky to find her a spot at Paramount House. She is stubborn, and did not want to move into a "home", but once we took her in showed her around and met the staff she relented, and now she has no desire to go back to the house.I don't understand the negative reviews. Perhaps there was a staffing change because the staff is great, and mom loves it there. Jon the fellow who gave us the tour was a gem. He and one of the maintenance staff Larry, talked with her at length, listening to her stories and addressing her concerns (see pics I took). One of my showstoppers is lack of cleanliness, especially the smell of urine. The facility has always been clean, with no bad smells. The rooms are huge and modern. Mom can't remember how to operate a phone, so I can call and they will take the phone to her. The food can be a little bland I guess, but as seniors, I'm guessing spicier food might be problematic. All in all, mom is happy so I am too.
My niece stopped in unannounced to tour for me. I live in Spokane WA and my brother and I are looking for placement for our mom in Vacaville so my niece volunteered to do some of the footwork for me. No one was there that could help her and the receptionist did not know where any of the managers were. My niece asked for a brochure and a price list and she got a little flyer that was a year old with no prices. She went back the next day and got a tour and handwritten prices. She said the place smelled like urine and the Marketing person did nothing but bad mouth other facilities she had already looked at. My niece was told there would be no AL living facility that could meet my stepfather's medical needs. I worked in AL for 7 years and I know that is untrue. When my niece left the first visit she heard the receptionist say how embarrassed she was for not knowing where anyone was to give the tour. I think this is bad business for any facility. I would not recommend this facility to anyone. --Diane French
My mother lived at Paramount House for 2 years until she passed away in April 2016 and it was a great experience for the whole family. Mom made great friends and enjoyed her independence in her apartment because of all the support she received. We knew she was well taken care of and the staff was always responsive to her needs. I was there at least once a week during the length of her stay and I always found the facility clean and the residents happy and engaged. It has a "family feel" and it is smaller than some of the other local options so it was perfect for my mother.
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