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Revere Court Assisted Living Community
7707 Rush River Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831
Based on 17 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Adult Day Care, Hospice, Respite, Respite, Rehabilitation
Revere Court Assisted Living Community DescriptionThe Revere Court of Sacramento is a community that specializes in caring for adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia. This supportive environment provides residents with the care they need to live their lives to the fullest. We offer a variety of care options to meet your needs, including residential care, respite care, hospice care and adult day care. Revere Court is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all residents. We have developed unique operational protocols to ensure the safety of our community. Our Day Club, Respite and Residential Care programs offer a range of activities that are life-affirming and encouraging.
Memory CareIf your loved ones have been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, there are ways to help them feel useful and in control despite their condition. by providing activities that stimulate the mind, spending time with them often to combat loneliness, and being patient when they experience mood changes. Dementia may inhibit one's ability to choose and follow through on activities, but engaging in activities can help keep neurons firing in the brain. Your loved one with dementia can still enjoy a high quality of life, no matter where they are living. Whether it's at home, an assisted living center, Alzheimer's retirement home, or in a day care program, there are activities that will boost their mood and keep them engaged.
Respite CareRespite care provides a much-needed break for caregivers while still ensuring their loved ones receive the highest quality of care. Revere Court respite care is flexible and can be arranged for stays of 14 to 30 days. The most important thing when taking care of your loved one is ensuring that their needs are met. It can be tough to keep track of everything, from remembering to take your medication to keeping up with doctor's appointments and planning meals. Caregiving is not easy and it takes up a lot of time—even when other family members are pitching in.
DiningMaking mealtimes fun for our residents is a top priority. Our dieticians are diligent about offering a wide variety of tasty and nutritious menu choices while adhering to individual dietary restrictions. At Revere Court Dining, we take a personal approach to nutrition success. Our staff interacts with residents and uses their individual strengths and dining preferences to guide them towards nutritional success.
Parent OrganizationRevere Court Assisted Living Community is a member of a larger group of communities called Revere Court.
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AmenitiesRevere Court Assisted Living Community provides a secure, park-like setting on 3.5 acres of property with 4 cottages available for residents. Each room is equipped with walk-in showers, fire/smoke detectors and sprinklers, individual climate controls, and health monitoring. Maintenance and housekeeping are available, as well as personal laundry including linen service. A special-diet menu selection is offered for residents' convenience.
ServicesRevere Court Assisted Living Community offers a variety of services for their residents. Their Consulting Medical Director is available for medical assistance and counseling, as well as dementia and Alzheimer’s care. They also provide diabetes care and hospice care. Licensed Vocational Nurses are available 7 days a week for 16 hours a day. The community also offers music and memory certified, community nutritional management, on site assessments, salon services, short-term stay transitioning home, traveling podiatrist, dental hygienist and massage therapist.
pharmacy services available
nurses on staff 16 hours per day 7 days per week
medical & dental services available
arts and crafts
exercise and fitness activities
social and recreational activities
arts & crafts
educational and cultural programming
social, recreational and spiritual programs
music and memory
games and contests
delicious meals and snacks
special-diet menu selection
gracious and courteous staff
personal laundry, including linen
many optional services for residents to enjoy
all maintenance of grounds and common areas
window coverings and carpeting
individual climate controls
fire/smoke detector and sprinkler system
3.5 acres of a secured park-like setting
walk-in showers in each room
The Parkway Area
Things to do in the Area
LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of CA. It is a large-sized community with 72 total beds.
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This facility can be deceiving. If you visit and see the Day Club, you might think this is a perfect place for your loved one. The Day Club is great. But after 3:00, when only the residents are left, the place is quite different. The management is cold; twice I had to call the ombudsman with complaints, which were rectified only after intervention from ombudsman. The worst part is what happens in the evenings there - which is NOTHING. Visit after 5:00 unannounced and you will likely see employees sitting with their phones out, while residents stare blankly at the walls, or at the blaring television. No interaction. Of course, some of the caretakers are wonderful. But many are not - and several barely speak english, leaving your loved one with a very lonely evening. So do your homework...go there when you aren't expected. I hope your experience will be better than mine.
My father-in-law recently died at Revere Court, after a stay of just under two years. The caregivers at Revere were stellar. In all my visits there, I never saw a staff member treat any of the patients with anything other than patience, concern, and even love. The facility is attractive, modern, with a lot of fenced outside space where the patients can walk around. During my father-in-law's last few days, he received hospice care from an outside agency and the Revere Court staff also continued to care for him. We were able to spend a lot of time with him in his room, with lots of extended family welcomed to visit. The Revere Court staff brought us snacks and gave us both support and privacy. A number of the caregivers hugged us and wept after he died. Although losing a family member to Parkinson's and Lewy Body dementia is a terrible thing, our family felt throughout that we had done well in choosing Revere. It's not perfect but for us, it was the best possible under the circumstances. And that is saying a lot.
This facility is now (July 2017) called Revere Court Memory Care, a Delaware Corporation. I visited a dozen places in the area and saw some truly dreadful things but Revere Court was a bright spot. Their "cottage" layout is attractive. Four (I think) separate dormitories plus a central building on a three-acre garden site means residents are not locked in but the garden is fenced and locked so you feel more like living in a small community rather than in a prison ward. Each dorm has a kitchen and living room spaces and is very homey and lively and seemingly happy. The residents seemed fairly high-functioning, a plus for us, but that can be an illusion since the facility also serves as a day care center for the surrounding community so you don't always know who lives there and who is a visitor. The activity program is very creative and extensive. The price is a little on the high side but not out of line. We signed up, made a deposit, signed a letter of intent, collected the mountain of necessary forms -- Then CANCELED AFTER TWO WEEKS. Why? Complete lack of communication. No callbacks, no returned emails or messages, no forwarded documents, no receipts or acknowledgments, no questions answered, no advice. Days on end when nobody could be reached and we were on a tough schedule to get our mother located. Always there was some lame excuse but the bottom line is that that this place is impossible to deal with, nice as it seems. We ended up getting our deposit back (thankfully) and going elsewhere.
The facility is one of the best I have visited when looking around for a place for my mom. The staff are awesome and my mom seems to be happy. The best time to come is during lunch or dinner time when all the residents are awake. They have a very informative monthly newsletter to keep the family updated and the receptionist are always smiling and making sure I'm aware of any updates needed. Also the faculty grounds are nice to walk around with Japanese raised garden the residents assist in gardening along with seeing some of the resident's craft potteries. When looking for a place that caters to Alzheimer's and dementia care, this is the place to be for your parent.
Love the cottage style community , their staff and especially their adult day club. They offer a wide variety of activities, events and services to their residents. including onsite massage therapy services .... offered by Massage Escape amandasmassageescape.mas…
My mother is in advanced stages of dementia and is a brittle type 1 diabetic. The combination made it very difficult to continue caring for her at home.My parents have been married for almost 60 years so the decision to move my mom out of their home was not easy to say the least. We started 'testing the waters' by taking her to Primrose day club two days a week. We then graduated to a two week trial stay....that was nearly 1 year ago. Primrose staff were very good from day 1. The cottage style facility is very well maintained. They serve very good meals. The menu items are altered for residents to satisfy their likes and dietary needs. The entire facility is dedicated to memory care so residents have freedom to roam - they are not restricted to a corner of the facility like I saw at other assisted living facilities. Bottom line is I feel Primrose is the best alternative for the situation. Love the facility, the staff and the residents (and their families) we are getting to know. It's become our new extended family.
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