Las Vegas, NV Delmar Gardens

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Helpful Reviews 
Charleston Retirement & Assisted Living
Jennifer F. rated

This place used to be real good for my Mom. She thrived until the new management came in. They let go half of the staff. Raised the rent and got a new chef that has no clue how to make a meal to save his life. Now she doesn't get shower's, can't eat the food (she can pack away a good meal) but won't eat because it's so bad. The other residents complain about the food also. Now she's losing weight and very weak and can't walk due to the weakness.

Willow Creek Assisted Living
quinnlasvegas rated

Willow Creek Assisted Living in Las Vegas, NV has been the home for my grandpa over the last two years. The best Las Vegas assisted living place in town! Very friendly staff, fun activities and great food.

Atria Sutton
de5ertflwr rated
Dementia was said to be "drunk"

I moved my loved one in showing the beginning signs of dementia/memory loss. The assessment done at the application process said some help was needed but was showing signs of memory loss-not dementia. After going for a walk unattended, my loved one was overheated, dehydrated and severely confused. The front desk person called me to tell me that my loved one was DRUNK at 6:45am and that I would need to move them to a different facility. I explained that an assessment was done showing a memory issue and she should be able to distinguish the two after being around similar situations all day. I was highly offended and they called an ambulance before I could get there and he was hospitalized for dehydration and confusion and did have to move out of Atria. I thought they were going to do as promised and look after my loved one, instead it was just heartache. The food quality went from a 4 to a 1 1/2, the food was unappealing, flavorless and the "snacks" that we're supposed to be available at all times got raided by the same 4 women as soon as the snack basket was filled. It was like junior high school but worse. I would not recommend this place to anyone,