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Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community
1641 Hunters Way, Bozeman, MT 59718
Based on 30 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsMemory Care, Respite
Call for pricing and availability(800) 780-8101
Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community Description
At Spring Creek Inn, we specialize in assisted living community environments and personalized care models that reconnect your loved ones to their cherished memories. This helps to create a deep sense of purpose for them. Welcome to our distinctive memory care community!
Memory loss is a difficult challenge that manifests itself differently for each person. Spring Creek Inn is a specialized assisted living community that is near medical facilities, such as East Main Medical Clinic, that are equipped to serve the specific needs of older adults experiencing Alzheimer's, dementia, and other forms of memory loss.
Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community is located 2.2 miles from Bozeman, a mid sized town with a population of 43,405. Other nearby cities and towns include Belgrade and Livingston. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $72,320, 48% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Memory Care and Respite Care and has Studio and Suite apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $6,316 a month, while the average cost of Memory Care is $6,316 in Bozeman, $5,967 in MT, and $5,492 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community is a member of a larger group of communities called Koelsch Senior Communities. Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community is ranked 2 out of 6 communities in Bozeman and is ranked 11 out of 79 communities in MT.
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diabetic management program
scheduled therapy services
specially trained dementia caregivers
short-term and respite care
professional nurses and caregivers 24/7
complete medication service by licensed nurses
activities and exercise programs seven days a week
24-hour on-site licensed nurses and caregivers
medication management by licensed nurse
short term care
hourly and respite care
24-hour assistance as needed
long term care
designated care plan
vibrant activity options
a variety of activities
refreshments available anytime 24 hours a day
refreshments available 24 hours a day
three delicious meals plus snacks
private dining room
three nutritious meals served family style
three home-style nutritious meals every day
scheduled social outings on our wheelchair accessible bus
housekeeping and linen service
personal laundry services
scheduled transportation to appointments
support groups for caregivers
enclosed courtyards and walking paths
beauty and barber shop
fully furnished apartment
companion and private areas for family one-on-one time
spacious common areas
Healthcare Near Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community
Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Bozeman Deaconess Hospital which is 3.2 miles away, and Bozeman Health Belgrade Clinic. Pharmacies close by are CVS which is 1.3 miles away, Albertson's Pharmacy, and Option Care Health. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Bozeman Orthodontics which is 0.6 miles away, Hays Dental Group, and Prudential.
Spring Creek Inn Memory Care Community is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order wings at Buffalo Wild Wings, Thai at Rice Fine Thai Cuisine or Sushi at Yo Poké Fusion. Love the arts? Head on over to Kaleidoscope Theater or spend some time at The Ellen Theatre. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Gallatin Valley Mall, The Market, or Belgrade Town Center. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at West Winds, West Winds Park, or Harvest Creek #3.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 127 days of rain, 87 days of snow and 150 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 1.7 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 68°F in the summer and 17°F in the winter, with an average temp of 41.9°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 69.7%, with max winds averaging around 8.2 mph.
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I am so deeply appreciative of the care that Spring Creek provides in Bozeman, and especially in this incredibly difficult time, COVID-19 times. The staff takes amazing care of the residents. It was a big weight lifted from my shoulders to be able to have my husband moved at Spring Creek as it had become exceedingly difficult for me to take care of him while keeping him safe and entertained. This place is really an outstanding facility, with great activities, that is clean and well kept. Residents and family are treated with respect. The personal is always kind, compassionate and helpful.
I cannot say enough about the staff at Spring Creek in Bozeman. We chose this facility because of the reputation the staff and management have in Bozeman. The staff have shown kindness and respect to us and our father. The staff have respected and supported his transition to the facility, making our father and us feel welcome and supported. Through the process it is apparent our father has benefited from the kindness, nutrition and support while at Spring Creek in Bozeman. These are tough times for all of us. The staff are always there to assist him with our video calls; helping him through the process. To hear his voice and see his smile is wonderful. Knowing staff are always attentive is priceless. when I stop by to drop off things for our father; they are always quick with a comment that is caring and shows compassion. I would recommend to any who needs a facility to care for their love ones to contact Spring Creek in Bozeman.
Placing your loved one in a memory care community is one of the most difficult decisions you'll need to make in your adult life. I used to be frightened of the idea of this happening to our family. Boy was I wrong. Now I cannot imagine not having our Dad in Spring Creek Inn. They are loving, caring, attentive, friendly, great communicators and they truly care for our Dad. Our Dad, like many others felt that this is the last place he would would want to be. However, Spring Creek Inn is quite different from what your mind set is when you think of a care facility. Our Dad is very happy and now I cannot imagine him not being there. We feel that he is loved and cared for by the incredible staff. I see the friendship between him and the staff and love the little updates. I'm no longer worried about our Dad, he is in a loving and carrying hands. I cannot say enough about the staff, especially Jenny. Thanks for everything that you do, you are what makes this place so special.
My brother has been at Spring Creek Inn for several years. At this point I feel like the staff there is family. They are, especially the nurses, very willing to pay special attention to him when needed and to work through any difficulties he may encounter with knowledge and compassion. I especially recommend the fact that they have 24 hour nursing care. They all are a dedicated staff who are bravely and skillfully working in the difficult environment we all are facing.
For over a year I was getting confused, angry, scared, and feeling like I must be crazy. I was ready to get off the fence and finally seek help about those feelings. At that point I typed in the name of my city along with "dementia support group" (memory was an issue) with my spouse. Bingo! There was a listing for Koelsch support and I made the call. I spoke with Jenny, who reassured me I was not crazy and that many of the reactions and feelings I had were common to so MANY spouses while "things are changing.” Jenny was kind and supportive, let me vent a bit, and led me to a Koelsch Zoom support group in Arizona. I exploded my frustrations and confusion, only to have everyone say it all was part of the process of losing a relationship I had relied on for so many years. I then joined another support group (all on Zoom, due to COVID) and began learning the steps that I needed to take. It was life changing and the members of the groups are my FAMILY. Koelsch saved my life. Thank you Koelsch community.
I looked at other memory-care facilities in Bozeman and chose Spring Creek Inn. Speaking with the director and nursing supervisor before deciding, I detected genuine concern for my mother’s best placement. They listened to my observations, spoke with her doctor, and reassured me that SCI would be a safe and comfortable place for her to live. In addition, they worked with me as my mom transitioned from a more independent facility, and exhibited a great deal of fear, anxiety, and anger.My mother has been at Spring Creek Inn about five years. My respect for the care they provide has grown with each passing season. I trust the SCI staff, knowing they have my mom’s best interest in mind at all times. Days when I have felt frustrated with her behavior or words, the staff at SCI has taken the time to calm my nerves, and help me put things in perspective. I very much appreciate that they call me if there is a change in meds, a change in behavior, or a physical incident such as falling.The activities at Spring Creek are many and engaging. Sometimes I will plan my visits so that I can participate! The staff takes much time to offer fun, healthy experiences to the residents. I have observed them treat every community member with patience and dignity. They are truly remarkable!While going through the laborious and painful process of applying for Medicaid, and then a waiver bed, the staff at SCI supported me with their patience and encouragement. They understood what the trauma of leaving would do to my mother, and helped make it possible for her to stay.I sing the praises of SCI to anyone looking for memory-care. With all my heart, I believe it has made my mom’s final years the best they could be. I am filled with gratitude for the Spring Creek Inn community!Most sincerely,Kathi TullisDaughter of Betty Lanzendorfer
Why Spring Creek? After researching what I wanted from a care center for my husband with Alzheimer's, I felt Spring Creek met those criteria: 1) loving care, 2) Keeping resident's active with various activities,3) Encouraging residents to be away from their room to mix with other residents. For my husband, I liked the music therapy as he always loved to sing and classical music. I liked the idea of leaving my husband for some day care prior to placing him there permanently. This gave him the opportunity to adapt and at least have a clue as to where he was going to live. The staff has been wonderful in keeping me updated on his health and progression of Alzheimer's.Prior to COVID, I visited frequently and always found kind and gentle staff working with the residents and I am sure they continued this even though I could not visit except the window visits.When he entered into hospice care, the staff kept me informed and helped me deal with this coming to the end of his life.
The staff at spring creek went above and beyond to care for my mother. They took excellent care of her, she would tell me about the girls and how they made her special hot chocolate and made sure she was always warm and comfortable.During the COVID limit visiting it was hard not to visit with her. But knowingShe was so well taking care of it, it sure made it easier.Thank you all for taking such good care of my mother.
Our family has been very happy with Mom’s care at Spring Creek Inn. As anyone knows who is dealing with a loved one with memory loss, the experience is difficult. It was easy for us to choose Spring Creek Inn for several reasons. The facility is very welcoming, clean, tastefully decorated and the staff was friendly and helpful from the beginning. It was also very reassuring to us that they have an RN on duty twenty four hours a day. They are kind caring and compassionate in person and on the phone. I can’t say enough good things about the staff from the directors, front office, RN’s, CNA’s, laundry, dining facilities and activity director. They treat the residents with kindness, compassion and a smile. We also liked the fact that there are activities for the residents to take part in all day, if they choose.I would highly recommend Spring Creek Inn and our Mom has done very well there. We are very happy with the decision we made!!!Sincerely,Sara’s family
We had our mom at spring creek in for about a week and that was enough to say it was not a good place. This was this past june. If your mom has dementia and has physical limitations this is not the place for her. I read what one of the folks said in and earlier review and the food is awful. White bread, process food, potato chips with 1/2 sandwich, no choices. Awful!! has to be worse than school food. There was not enough staff for the number of residents. At night it was limited staffing as well as nursing to dispense meds. They are not all nurses but nurses aides. The cleanliness left a lot to be desired. One cleaning person at the time to do all rooms and common bathrooms. Common bathrooms were good. There are a lot of activities just maybe not all that your parent can participate in and all staff does not know residents or have been apprised as to what they are able to do. It is not a safe environment if your parent does not understand they can not get out of a chair alone. There is not enough supervision. In order to evaluate I would go at different times of the day, after 5 especially and see what is going on. I informed staff of all of this and hope some changes are in the works as it's not sanitary and was not always safe for a staff/resident ratio.
In January, 2016, my three brothers and I faced the issue of finding a memory-care facility in the Bozeman area for our dear mother. Mom’s Alzheimer’s had progressed to the point where we had to move her from assisted-living to a memory-care facility. The four brothers visited all of the memory-care facilities in the Bozeman area, and we all agreed enthusiastically that Spring Creek Inn seemed, by far, the best. We found Spring Creek Inn’s building and layout very attractive, and the staff seemed very nice. Looks can be deceiving, but not in this case. It was a bit of a struggle to move Mom to SCI, but within her first two or so hours there my brothers and I sensed we had made the right choice. The people who work at SCI are, simply put, extraordinary. From the moment Mom arrived to her passing away recently, the brothers have been overwhelmingly impressed by the culture of SCI: The attention, engagement, and compassion of the staff, at all levels, are beyond remarkable. In addition to the incredible SCI staff, as my brothers and I spent more and more time at SCI, we began to realize how much thought had been put into the physical layout of the facility and how residents would spend their time there. SCI’s approach is to engage its residents to the greatest degree possible. Every day, just about every waking hour, there is something for residents to do. Residents are encouraged not to sit alone in their rooms but to participate in the various activities offered every day. And the activities generally are jam-packed with residents who are very engaged. And to top it all off, my brothers and I had many lunches with Mom, and the food at Spring Creek Inn is pretty darn tasty. In summary, and in all honesty, I do not see how a memory-care facility could be created and operated better than Spring Creek Inn.
My three brothers and I decided a while ago that it was time to move our dear mother, Emma Joy, from assisted living to a memory care facility. We visited a number of facilities, but pretty much knew immediately that Spring Creek Inn (SCI) would be the best place for her. We could not have been more correct. We were initially concerned Mom might have adjustment problems, but there was no need for this concern; Mom very much liked SCI immediately and has continued to do so. The public space in the SCI building is brilliantly thought out in that the vast majority of residents are rarely in their rooms; they are out interacting with other residents and staff. But it really is the staff which is extraordinary. Their warmth and attention to the residents is truly amazing. My brothers and I rest easy when we're not visiting Mom, knowing that she is in a fantastic place with wonder people.
I have worked in the senior care field for 4 years in Montana and have had the opportunity to visit every assisted living and memory care facility from Helena to Bozeman. I am continually impressed by the care provided by all levels of the staff from the administration to the caregiving team. When families find that home care is no longer an option, I would highly recommend Spring Creek Inn. I was so impressed with their care I joined their staff to become a member of their great care team.
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