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The following reviews have been collected and verified by an independent company and are posted online for you to validate. None of these testimonials have been paid for or solicited for.

- by Anthony V.

"My brother was a resident of Serenity Living at Mountains Edge. Everybody was great to him. He was there for three months before he passed, and they did everything they could for him, so I have no complaints at all. The staff is so good, and I have nothing bad to say about them. His room was big, he had everything he needed there. He got a TV there, he got his phone, and he had his table. They were good, and I am very satisfied with the care. He really did not have any activities because he was bedridden, but they do things in there for some of the ones that can get around. The place was immaculate, nice, and very friendly. He was very ornery at the end, but they put up with him. He was in the assisted living level and then he went into memory care because he started losing it. If I could recommend them to anybody that I know of, I would in a heartbeat. They are really, good."

- by Tamara B

“My father was at Serenity Living at Mountains Edge. It was so clean and so friendly, and the people that work there are so caring and loving. I live in Kansas, and they called me every day, and they sent me pictures and videos of my father, which I would cherish for the rest of my life. If there is anyone that is looking for a loving environment with their family members, I would very much recommend this facility because they are so kind. If you call, and they cannot get a hold of you because they are super busy with the residents, they will call you back as soon as they're free. They are amazing people, and I could not say enough good things about them. Sadly enough, my father was there for just over two weeks before he passed, but I got a phone call every day that he was there. My father had a roommate, and everybody there seems very happy, too. He developed dementia very quickly, so his activities were not as much, but they always talked to him. He had also gotten another severe stroke which put him to the point where he could not walk, and this is the world's most stubborn man I ever met, so keeping him in a chair was kind of a little more challenging, but they took that challenge, and it was amazing. If I had to do it again, I would pay it twice as much because of their care. This is the place that they need to put their loved, cared, cherished family members because they treat them like family. It was short, but it was an amazing stay for my father.”


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