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3790 West Quincy Ave
Denver, CO 80236-3644

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This facility offers Alzheimer's CareAlzheimer's And Dementia Care Short-Term CareShort-Term/Respite Care in-home CareAdult Daycare in Denver County and is operated by Brookdale Senior Living, Inc . Brookdale Pinhurst Park has a current rating of 3/10 based on 1 Review(s) by Assisted Senior Living users. Brookdale Pinhurst Park is listed as a for-profit corporation. The nearest services to Brookdale Pinhurst Park are Hallmark Nursing Center, Princeton House, Sunrise at Pinehurst, Libby Bortz Assisted Living Center and Tender Care Assisted Living LLC. This facility/service is rated for 60 seniors.
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Name: Brookdale Pinhurst Park
Address: 3790 West Quincy Ave
Location: Denver, CO 80236-3644
County: Denver
(866) 592-8292
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Brookdale Pinehurst Park is centrally located near W. Quincy Ave. and S. Lowell Blvd. While our memory caremunity is in a lovely secluded area, with beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains, we are within just ten minutes of Swedish Hospital and a skilled nursing facility is located right behind our building. We take residents out every week for different activities, from trips to our local Blackhawk casino to picnics in the park.

A Wonderful Selection

Our beautiful building offers a total of 60 studio apartments, most with views of our secured exterior courtyard. Each apartment is bright and cheerful and includes closets and a bathroom with safety rails. Residents take showers in a separate private bathroom, fully assisted by staff. Eight of our studios can be rented as companion suites should a resident and his or her family wish to save on rent or desire the companionship of a roommate. Our community has four wings, each its own neighborhood with 15 studio apartments. Each neighborhood has its own kitchen, living room and dining room. Residents in all stages of the disease are grouped together, so that as the disease progresses, residents are able to remain in the same apartment for the remaining time they call Brookdale Pinehurst Park their home. In addition, we offer several common areas, including a community center, art studio and new movie theater. Residents have complete access to our huge exterior courtyard, which surrounds the building and provides many walking paths.

Strong, Caring Professional Relationships

Any type of healthcare provider is welcome to come into our building and provide services – whomever the family wishes to care for their loved one is just fine with us. From physical, occupational and speech therapists to music and pet therapists, we’ve had just about every type of healthcare worker here. Senior Care of Colorado also visits our community twice a week to provide specialized geriatric services as necessary. And a local physician makes rounds here every week. Our nurses work closely with family members to help coordinate any service required.

Our Staff

Employment longevity is commonplace here at Brookdale Pinehurst Park. Most of our staff members, which include a full-time RN and LPN, a full-time Memory Care Director, Resident Assistants, Med Techs and many others, have been with us for many years. All of our caregivers are fully-trained in working with people who have Alzheimer’s and other memory impairments. It takes a special type of person to care for people with the kinds of memory impairments our residents have — and our staff truly is amazing. They are dedicated, understanding, patient and always keep our residents’ best interests in their hearts and minds.

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A Wonderful, Active Lifestyle

Our activities schedule is different every day, but often starts with some form of exercise – either chair exercises, morning walks or other activities that keep residents moving and help them build strength and flexibility. Throughout the day we bring outside entertainers in to play music, show movies, involve residents in bingo and card games, offer activities focused on snacks like daily ice cream socials, and of course, we have lots of arts and crafts. In fact, as part of the Memories in the Making program through the local Alzheimer’s Association, we provide painting and drawing classes. Residents’ artwork, along with artwork from other people with Alzheimer’s who live in the area, is submitted to the Memories in the Making annual art show and competition. We are proud to say that in recent years, two of our residents have won! Our residents also love bowling, so we often set up bowling pins for them to play. Religious services are held every Sunday. We also have a priest in every week to give communion and a local Christian minister visits our community to sing with residents.

Families are also very involved with our community. In fact, we have a major family event – a Father’s Day barbeque, a special holiday dinner, etc. – once a quarter. Family members also frequently donate their time and help organize activities, such as overseeing bingo games or helping with our non-alcoholic happy hours, held every Thursday. We also have special events, such as tea socials, just for our ladies, and Guys Night, when our male residents watch a sports game while enjoying pizza.

Partnering with the Local Neighborhood Community

In conjunction with the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, we sponsor a monthly support group, facilitated by our Community Relations Director. The group is always open to staff, family members and to the Denver community at large. Our community also participates in the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s, with some family members joining our staff in the walk. The monies we raise go to various endeavors conducted by the Alzheimer’s Association, including research. We also partner with Senior Care of Colorado, which provides many of our therapists and physicians. And Heartland Hospice visits our community every other month to provide training for our staff on topics related to caring for seniors with memory impairments.

Fine Dining

Brookdale Pinehurst Park provides three healthy, nutritious meals a day, along with three main snacks. Beverages and snacks are also available any time of the day or night. Meals are prepared in our main kitchen, then brought to each separate dining room. An intimate dining experience allows our staff to spend more one-on-one time with residents during mealtime. This is so important, because as the disease progresses, people with memory disorders tend to lose weight. We’re able to pay close attention to weight issues and will try different types of food as necessary to ensure our residents get the proper nutrition. For example, there are always a variety of finger foods available, so that our residents can wander and eat at the same time. Our meals are served on colored plates, so that they can easily distinguish their food on the plate. We can accommodate any type of special diet, including mechanical soft, pureed, ground or any other type of diet a resident may need. And of course, we provide as much assistance with eating as the resident requires. We also have events throughout the year, featuring special meals, summer barbecues and holiday dinners.


Brookdale Pinhurst Park Reviews
3 Star Rating Moved Mother due to inconsisten care
I found I had to be an advocate for my mom, and had to keep after them to get her the medical care and follow up she needed. I discovered that the shifts didn't report changes in patient from one shift to another. No one saw the complete picture. The nurse felt I didn't know what I was talking about and was being too demanding. Mom has severe arthritis. The Court of Denver would not follow the regiment I did at home with Tylenol and Icy Hot patches, along the cream. They determined that she really needed a narcotic to manage her pain. She started to have mode changes, became very foggy ? like no one was home, wanted to sleep all day and stopped eating. I tried to tell them she was sick but no one paid attention. They insisted it was just the natural progression of her disease. I had to call the doctor. They ordered a urine analysis. They said the got it ? the doctor said it still hadn't been done. Found out it took the staff TWO Weeks to obtain it. She did have a bladder infection. Move her to another faculty. After moving her and Using Ice Hot patches routinely - she hasn't needed narcotics to manage her pain. The staff had to work with her to get her to eat again. Now she returned to her happy chipper self - loving to go for drives.
Posted by: nlarsen On 11/10/2010 Add your review of Brookdale Pinhurst Park

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