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About The Auberge at Missoula Valley
The Auberge at Missoula Valley stands ahead of the rest. We are committed to maximizing resident satisfaction and providing necessary care. Our community was designed to a quiet, beautiful community settled in the center of Missoula. We offer convenient access to shopping, restaurants, parks and more entertainment available in Missoula. Banks, hospitals, and medical facilities are also nearby.
Our community fosters an environment that embraces our residents and their families with an atmosphere of belonging. We value the caregivers involvement in the lives of our residents. Our staff is available to families for support and answer any questions they may have. We provide a friendly home with a variety of options for suites so every resident can express themselves and make it home.
The Auberge at Missoula Valley Assisted Living and Memory Care
We offer personalized living and care choices for assisted living and memory care residents living at The Auberge at Missoula Valley
The residents staying with us love the support and help they get while also enjoying their privacy. Seniors have their choice of studio, 1 or 2 bedroom units. Apartments with private baths and kitchenettes are also available. We are incredibly proud of our Missoula staff members. The employees here are 100% committed to the care and well-being of our residents. Our chef and cooking staff at The Auberge at Missoula Valley are driven to constantly deliver quality meals that are great tasting and nutritious. We strive to create memorable meals from fresh produce that help our residents reach their best health and wellness.
The Auberge at Missoula Valley Amenities & Services
Meals Provided, Activities Offsite, Devotional Services Onsite, Outdoor Common Areas, Indoor Common Areas, Vegetarian, Beautician Onsite, Activities Onsite and other perks are available to all residents. Seniors enjoy the comfort of their new home while our friendly, well-trained staff is available for anything they may need or want.
Our trained staff helps our residents enjoy benefits that our facility offers, like Minimum Age of Accepted Residents, Activities Onsite, Devotional Services Available, Indoor Common Areas, Meals Provided, Nurses on Staff, Physical Therapy Available, Occupational Therapy Available, Speech Therapy Available, Complimentary Transportation, Male Residents Accepted, Female Residents Only and other perks. As seniors age, they still want to feel independent and maintain a healthy lifestyle, and we help them do that.
Residents enjoy of a full schedule of social, educational and entertaining activities. Our structured program helps all residents maintain a high quality of life. Many of our activities encourage members to socialize and develop friendships with other residents. We make sure the activities are fun and entertaining.
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The Auberge at Missoula Valley – Reviews
There was a small mix up when scheduling a walk through, but the available staff fantastical stepped up to show me around. Loved what I seen. I would live there if they accepted woman in thier forties. 🙂
The employees are so caring and really seem to love their work!
Brookdale Missoula Valley is bigger than the other place I visited, and it's a really nice community. The tour guide was waiting for us and was able to sit us inside the office to talk to us. They weren't really able to show us any rooms, but we got a nice feel of the community. They had all kinds of amenities like crafts, a TV room, services on the chapel, movie nights and book reading. There was a bit of stuff they do, and they actually had a day room and a crafts room, too. They do a really good job. The staff is very professional, they have multiple people there. When I got in, the staff directed me to the manager or the director there, or I think she was the tour guide, and she was waiting for us. She showed us around the place which was nice and large. The dining room was a very large place which looked like a restaurant, and there's also a little separate place where you could do a family gathering.
The residents there seem to love it. They have plenty of fun activities such as Bingo, Movie Nights, Root beer float days out on the patio, etc. The food here is also based around each residents dietary needs and wants. Each concern of the employees constantly revolves around making every resident comfortable, happy, and at home. The staff is incredible, they work hard each and every day to not only make sure the residents are getting their basic needs fulfilled, but also their emotional needs taken care of. I recommend any family to put their loved one in this assisted living facility because the people truly, whole heartedly care. 5-5 stars from me.
Our mom is at Auberge and is doing well there. Weve found the staff to be very caring and attentive. Were glad mom is somewhere shell get the care and support she needs when we cant be there!
These people really care.
I work here and I absolutely love it. Each and every resident makes me smile wider than ever before. This is a job that I dont dread going to, but a job that doesnt even feel like a job. I go to work everyday excited to spend time with amazing residents and coworkers, and more importantly, excited to care for each resident. I think The Auberge at Missoula Valley would be a safe, loving, and family-based community that any family member should feel comfortable moving their loved one into. We have fun activities to keep the residents busy and social, and we have the best staff that puts each resident before themselves, every single day. This facility has moved me positively in more ways than one. Im very thankful to work and participate in a family such as the Auberge community.
I love Brookdale and would recommend it to anyone looking for a spot for their family member. Their staff is friendly and responsive, the facility is clean and welcoming, and there is a family-vibe about the place. I'm really grateful to Brookdale and their crew for the excellent work they do!
My mom has been there for a year and absolutely loves it, I can see how it would be a hard place to work but the staff treats the residents absolutely wonderfully.
My uncle lives there and is doing very well. He is involved in there residents club. He seems happy and well cared for. (I dont live there so dont feel right about number of stars, just going by my uncles experience.)
I chose Brookdale Missoula Valley for my friend because it had more of a cohesive family atmosphere. It just felt better, homier, and nicer than other facilities. My friend will have his own room and bath on the second floor. I have two medical doctors here in town who were pleased with my selection and thought my choice was very good. They have memory sessions available, a new theme every month, and they bring in a lot of live activities for the residents. Different people or groups come in and share the theme for that month, be it rock and roll, Italian, or German. They have live bands that come in, several TV rooms for viewing, and a really nice community room with a fireplace. They also have a huge eating area with four people to a table and it seems to work really well. They also have an exercise room and a physical therapist on staff, as well as nursing care. They have movies at different times, church services for different denominations a couple times a week, a library on each floor, and a choir that gets together and does performances. They have a great area outside for them. They have and outdoor raised garden for them, and they have a shuttle service that takes them to stores. They have things planned mid-morning and afternoon, and it just seems like there's a lot of stuff going on. There are a lot of sitting areas so they can get together with people they know and be sociable. The thing that impressed me was that the hallways are very nice with upholstered benches along the way so the residents can sit. They have nice handrails on the sides, and they furnish walkers for anybody who needs them. The food is pretty much individually catered to the client's needs. They go over their likes and that information is given to the chefs. They have 2-bedroom units, 1-bedroom units, an alcove, and a studio. The rooms are furnished with housekeeping and laundry once a week. They're really nice and they have ample storage and a kitchen area. They do not have cooking facilities, although the residents can have microwaves or a small coffee pot. They have little refrigerators in them with freezers and there's even a safe drawer for valuables. They have ample closet space and you're free to put in closet organizers. They encourage people to put up shelving and pictures and to just make it really homey. When anybody leaves, they totally repaint, re-carpet, re-floor the bathroom, and change the toilets. They have individual heating and cooling in each room and they have ample large windows with really nice, white, Venetian shades. The kitchens have small sinks and the bathrooms have a nice step-in shower. There's ample storage and lots of grips on the walls in different places. It's very bright, with good outdoor lighting coming in through the window. I was pretty impressed with it. They also have alert systems so the residents can call for help.
Brookdale has been promoting the concept "Beauty is Ageless". I know this to be true. Beauty has little to do with physical attributes, but more with the heart and soul of humans.I watch an 80 year old man walk back and forth down the hallways, every day, pushing elderly women in wheelchairs to the dining room. I watch a woman leave her table to help a lost and confused woman to her own table, seating her, then pouring water and coffee for her. I see those who can walk often pushing those in wheelchairs. I see those who are cold and struggling with jackets or sweaters being assisted by those whose hands may work a bit better. One can see examples like these happening every hour."Beauty is Ageless" when it is seen in the compassion of the human heart, when it is seen in the selflessness of the human soul and that Beauty is even greater when it comes from those who are, themselves. suffering from physical infirmities."Beauty is Ageless"--I've seen it every day at Brookdale.--Ben Stensrud, resident since December 2015--
I chose Brookdale of Missoula Valley because of the number of activities, and personalities of the people running it. It's such a friendly place with an overall good feeling to it. The staff was so friendly, upbeat, supportive, and treats the seniors with respect. I'm impressed with how the staff interacts with the residents. That made a big difference for me.
Yall have one of Montana's best caretaker in the ?... Nikki is the ? to an endless happy life, she's extremely sweet, and is an awesome person never let her go
Brookdale Missoula Valley was a very nice, clean, and well-organized facility. The management was good. It is a desirable place. The rooms were adequately sized. We saw some people getting on a shuttle bus to go shopping. The dining area was quite nice and had a fireplace there and lots of furniture. It was a well-organized, well-kept facility in a convenient location.
Brookdale Missoula Valley has all of the amenities that we were looking for, and it's a very pleasant place with very nice people. They have exercises and games of different sorts, and a lot of activities. The rooms are clean and sufficient. The food is good.
I visited Emeritus at Hunter's Glen. It seemed my parents were fairly plain folks and Emeritus seemed a little snooty so we didn't select it. It was a very nice place, but it would not fit my parents. They were more like a country club than a place to live. The rooms were really nice. They were homey, spacious, extremely well appointed and richly furnished. It was a pretty fabulous place. They kept an eye on the front desk and if they knew you by sight, you were allowed to come in and if they don't, then they would challenge you and asked you politely what you were doing there.
Emeritus at Hunters Glen was also very positive, but logistically, it was too far away from the rest of the family. They offered studio and one-bedroom apartments.
I did go for a tour. The gal was very nice and took me off to the Emeritus senior living. It seemed very nice. It wasn't overly large or small. It is kind of a medium size place. She showed me the rooms, and she showed me the activity facilities and things like that. They gave me an overview of the pricing and how they do pricing. It was very thorough, and she did a very good job. I thought it is a very nice place actually. The gal that showed me around was very personable, and she seems to be enjoying her job. I thought she was very good at what she did. I think the size seemed more personal. I was working in another town as a contractor. It was such a big place that it seems almost too big. This seemed to be a nice size, and I think that is the best thing about it. It was very clean, and it was nice.
My wifes uncle was at Hunters Glen for a while. We thought it was really nice and quiet. There was a girl that took us around on a tour, and she was lovely, very helpful and friendly. The rooms were pretty much how I expected they would be; it was adequate. It looked like a nice place, and it looked easy to walk around. I was impressed with the dining room; people were going in to eat while we were there, and everybody looked like they were having a great time. The surroundings and the grounds looked very nice.
Emeritus at Hunter's Glen is very nice. They are great people. We are very happy, and my mom loves it there too. Everyone that we have come across is excellent. They are very caring and helpful. In fact, my mom had a mini stroke last week and they took care of everything, and then they called us to let us know that she was in the hospital. They were super and my mom just loves them for it. She said they were very good about it. The only thing she complains about is that the food, when they serve the breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the dining room, is always cold, and it takes a long time for them to get served. They have a lot of activities. They play Wii bowling, they have a knitting group, and then they have the regular room where they do puzzles and you can go down there anytime and work on the puzzles. They have an exercise room. I want to move in there myself because it is a really nice place and the staff is super -- they are so nice. It is like a bonus forever. They get to know you by name right away; they are very personable. We don't have to worry about Mom; we just feel that she is in a great place, and she seems happier. It has been great for all of us.
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The Auberge at Missoula Valley Amenities and Services
- Meals Provided
- Activities Offsite
- Devotional Services Onsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Indoor Common Areas
- Beautician Onsite
- Activities Onsite
- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Nurses on Staff
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
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The Auberge at Missoula Valley Housing and Staff
Living Types Available
- 24-Hour Staff
- Doctor on Call
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