I can't praise the entire staff enough for the care and dedication they provided to my parents while they resided at the Gazebo. It far exceeded my expectations. The staff consistently provided care that delivered beyond 'assisted living'. I truly believe the care they were given not only extended their lives, but improved the quality of their lives. The entire team from the administration, the nursing/care team and support and maintenance truly care about their residents. You won't find a better facility for your loved one.
During the transition period we were amazed at how all the employees took the time to learn our mother’s personality traits, things she liked to do and of course things she didn’t. This made her participation socially and in activities much more enjoyable.
The staff are all so warm and friendly – from the nurses, aides, maintenance men and kitchen staff.
Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication. We appreciate the special care you give to my parents Eugene and Carol Guy. It is so comforting to know that they are not only cared for but cared about.
After moving in to Gazebo my mother couldn’t be happier! She loves it there and finds all of the staff to be outstanding. We both believe her overall health has improved greatly due to regular meds, regular meals and lots of fun activities. When she has had a couple colds, back flare ups or whatever the staff takes great care of her. My personal stress level has also been reduced knowing Mom is being cared for even when I can’t be there. I would recommend this facility to anyone with no hesitation.
Our family couldn’t be more pleased with the care and attention our father received every hour of every day. The facility upkeep is impressive, the staff very concerned and attentive to Dad’s every need.
The Gazebo’s 24/7 nursing team was very reassuring with professional care immediate when summoned. Dad’s required off-site doctor’s appointments were scheduled for him with transportation to and from the appointments provided. All his prescription needs were accurately ordered and administered by the Gazebo staff.
Dad enjoyed a choice of freshly prepared meals 3 times daily and the kitchen team was always ready to put another setting at the table for visiting family members!
Dad made many friends enjoying the daily events, physical fitness classes, comradery and weekly organized road trips.
Thanks to the Gazebo staff, our family is comforted knowing Dad enjoyed his elder senior years.
My husband and I spent weeks looking at different assistive listing facilities in the Burlington area. I was getting very discouraged until I visited Gazebo North. The first time I walked in the door I got the sense of family.
Our dear mother passed away recently at the age of 101. She lived in Gazebo Senior Living for 18 wonderful years. She initially was there because her husband needed more care than she could provide. After he passed away she could have easily lived with family. But she said, “this is my home now, I’m happy here and I don’t plan on going anywhere.” She was so loved, so well taken care of in every way. Her family will be forever grateful to the warm, loving and capable staff at Gazebo Senior Living.
We can't say enough about the positive experience we had at the Gazebo. My father was a very independent man for 86 years of his life, then he had an accident that did not make it safe for him to live independently anymore. It was an adjustment at first, he was withdrawn and sad that he had to leave his home (which is understandable), however, in a short period of time the staff made him feel at home and the Gazebo quickly became his new home. The staff learned about his interests and how he loved to play games and go for walks, soon they had him involved in many activities and he was becoming his old self again. The Activity Coordinator would always make sure that he was aware of the options of that days' activities and even assisted him with bingo when he could no longer see the cards clearly and was unable to pick up or place the chips on the cards. As his needs increased, their compassion and care increased with him as well. It was hard for him to still be cognitively intact but his body was no longer cooperating, needing more and more help with just daily self care that we often take for granted. When my dad took a turn for the worse, the staff were so supportive and helped us through this difficult last stage of his life. When he passed we all mourned in the loss because he wasn't just our dad but he also became a part of the Gazebo family as well as the Gazebo staff becoming part of our family.