Testimonial: "The key factor to moving my mom was Silverado's motto of treating their residents with love..."
"My mother has been at Silverado for five months and it has been a wonderful experience. There is nothing more difficult than having your parent suffer from dementia or Alzheimer's. Your parent fades before your eyes. Silverado has made this transition wonderful for my mom. I visited several places before I chose Silverado at Beverly Place. Many of them were beautiful, but so sterile. I didn't see family members anywhere and it felt like a hotel. There are also many places that want to remove your parent if their dementia gets severe.
The key factor to moving my mom was Silverado's motto of treating their residents with love. In the months she has been there, I have found this to be very true. I have come in many times and I see a caregiver hugging my mom. The caregivers are genuinely lovely and loving people. I can walk in any time, so that tells me they are not trying to hide anything.
I am quite protective of my mom, so I am around quite often. There are always activities for the residents, including going off-site one day a week; the chef is tremendous and has a large variety of choices; laundry is done on a daily basis; wheelchair bound residents are placed in chairs for every activity and the facility always looks lovely, including the beautiful, unusual floral arrangements.
If I ever have a question or concern regarding my mother, it is addressed immediately. There is never going to be a good situation when a parent has this horrible disease, but Silverado at Beverly Place makes our situation not only bearable, but bearable with dignity. I could never thank them enough for that."
- Debbie K.