March 3, 2021
When you’re looking at assisted living options for your loved one, you want to get all of the details you can. Once you’ve narrowed down your choices, an assisted living tour is often a great idea. This can help answer your questions and give you a feel for day-to-day life at each location.
Many assisted living communities have paused in-person tours. But it’s likely you can still tour virtually. Use these seven tips to help you get the most out of your visit.
You’re invited to schedule a personal visit to explore all of your interests and needs and to see the aspects of our community that are most important to you!
We’d love the chance to tell you more about our assisted living community. Monticello West is currently offering one-hour virtual tours at times throughout the day. Contact us by phone or schedule your virtual tour online today.
“Mom loves her apartment. It’s nicely painted and carpeted, and the size is perfect for her. She has a living room area with a full-size couch and chairs, so she can entertain guests. I visit a couple of times a week, and my husband swings by on other days. My son stops by every few weeks, too. Mom has her own space that looks and feels like home. Every time I’m there, she just seems contented. ”
“The minute I entered the community I liked what I saw, but it didn’t stop there. I’ve visited other communities where the furniture was lovely in the main areas and when you proceeded down the hallways, it was a different scenario. But as we continued to look around at Monticello West, I thought: This is pleasant! ”
“The staff is caring and genuine. From the beginning, we didn’t feel like we were being processed, date-stamped and handed off to the next person. The community must have an exceptional hiring process, because I have yet to find someone there who isn’t qualified, doesn’t respect me or that I don’t enjoy. The caregivers are polite, and perhaps most important, I trust them.”