Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem

2601 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

4.7 / 5.0 21 Reviews

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About Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem

Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salemis here to make those expectations into reality, with a complement of available services and care. Located just a few miles hospitals, physicians, and local attractions in Winston-Salem. The seniors at our community are close to food, shopping, and activities. Hospitals, physicians, and rehab centers are also nearby for seniors who need them.

Come join us at our community and you will discover that the quality of life we offer has been perfected through the options that we offer to our residents. We encourage our seniors to personalize and decorate their suites with their favorite furnishings from home. Residents enjoy old hobbies and discover new ones through the social activities.

Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem Assisted Living and Memory Care

Assisted living and memory care are both available at Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem with personalized plans to fit each resident's needs.

Our community has numerous apartments available in several styles. There are several floor plans to choose from, with options for handicap accessible add-ons and other features. We have an experienced and trained staff to serve the unique needs of our senior residents living in Winston-Salem. We promote our employees to serve with compassion, kindness and patience. We designed the dining area at Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem to be a cozy, home style setting for our residents and family members. Our specialty is customized menus that provide delicious, home cooked meals that meet the needs of all residents.

Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem Amenities & Services

Activities Onsite, Indoor Common Areas, Devotional Services Offsite, Meals Provided, Beautician 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 facility has Complimentary Transportation, Hospice Available, Respite Offered and other ways we keep seniors active and healthy. Our staff works really hard to keep our aging residents active and independent, keeping everyone feeling young and healthy.

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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Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem Location

Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem

2601 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Pricing & Availability

(800) 755-1458

Available Living Options

  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care

Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem – Reviews

4.7 / 5.0 21 Reviews

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March 2024

Shipdriver

My mother resided at two different Sunrise assisted living properties: Sunrise of Hunter Mill (HM) in Oakton, VA, and Brighton Gardens (BG) of Winston Salem, NC. Given my two separate experiences with Sunrise properties, I can provide a unique perspective on the experience. Part I: The pitch. It's very slick and full of promises. We'll do activities all the time. We'll take your Mom on rides in the activity bus. We'll be very responsive. We'll keep the room clean. We'll feed her well. This was the same at both facilities. Part 2: The first month. There were activities and the food was alright, but the response time was sorely lacking. I visited my mother on a daily basis, and would often measure how long it took a caregiver to respond after my Mom pushed her call button. Being fair, it was always a minimum of 10-15 minutes, but sometimes well past a half-hour. But overall, I was quite pleased in that first month and even wrote a positive review of HM. This may have been a mistake because conditions and care degraded rapidly following the review. Part 3: The wind-down. After about 4 months at HM, and after just a couple of months at BG, the following behavior became the norm: With the exception of waking and dressing my Mom in the morning, rolling her in her wheelchair to lunch, and putting her to bed at night, the caregivers rarely checked on my Mom. I literally lived next door to HM and spent lots of time with my Mom so I got to see their routine. They frequently forgot her dental care. They rarely bathed her despite their promise of providing a hot tub bath once a week when I signed the contract. The bathroom was frequently filthy and smelled awful. Part 4: The exit. By the time my Mom transferred from HM to BG, the transportation van didn't work and if/when it did, there was no driver available. Virtually all activities had ceased. Most significantly, there was pressure from the Executive Director to move my Mom into the "reminiscence" section. Obviously this would have been more profitable for Sunrise. It's been nationally reported that this is part of their business model. The problem?...my mother doesn't have Alzheimer's. Caregivers turn over so frequently it's hardly worth learning their names. This same trend was later repeated at BG. My Mom's departure from BG was disturbing, and frankly, surreal. When my Mom had previously moved into HM, they provided a dresser and table in the room. When my Mom moved to BG, a similar dresser and table were provided along with a chair. When we moved my Mom out of BG about 20 months later, we cleared the room of everything but the dresser, table and chair, since they did not belong to us. When we tried to sign out, the Executive Director informed us that we wouldn't be released until we moved out "all furnishings." We emphatically pointed out that the furnishings WERE NOT OURS. He insisted they were - and how do you prove you DON'T own something? When I pointed out that the upholstery on the chair matched the upholstery of all the chairs in the dining room, he conceded that the chair belonged to BG. He still refused to release the room until my wife and I moved the 6-drawer dresser and table out. We promptly delivered both items to Goodwill. I can only guess that a new Sunrise policy determined that they would be getting out of the furniture-providing business. To save money by leveraging the "remove all furnishings" section of the lease, those with furniture in their rooms are forced to remove this furniture before departing. Epilogue: My Mom is now in a much better facility that is much more adequately staffed. The people work harder to help than they do to avoid helping. The new facility has been recently renovated and is significantly cheaper. Bottom Line: Don't be fooled by the slick marketing and initial promises; there are almost certainly better choices for your loved one than Sunrise.

February 2023

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Jack Tally

I brought my daddy to Brighton Gardens from another facility and I cannot speak highly enough about the staff and the care he has received since arriving. They are so caring and communicate so well. I am always in the loop of his day to day and that means so much. I have recently placed my mother there as well with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis and they have helped me in this difficult process every step of the way. They have shown such care for my parents but also for me. It is so helpful to have the support of professionals. If you are looking for a place to keep loved ones safe and taken care of then look at Brighton Gardens. They have been excellent !

January 2023

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David Pollard

The staff at Brighton Gardens Reminiscence does a great job with a tough task. My mother is in the late stages of memory care and has lots of challenges. She is very grumpy most of the time, but the staff is patient and attentive and nursed her through a horrible bout of gastroenteritis recently. The staff knows me when I visit and are happy to provide updates on her recent care. I don't know what we would do without them.

November 2022

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Collier Jennings

October 2022

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Kathryn Baker

March 2022

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Keith Huff

January 2021

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Kathryn Sears

Mom is in the reminiscence area of Brighton Gardens and has been since 2016. She came to Brighton Gardens in a wheelchair and was not doing well. After a short time she amazingly started walking and she is now active and very happy. She feels completely at home. We love the staff - they are so fun, understanding and caring and the atmosphere is pleasant. Even though she cant talk, during COVID staff has helped us to Skype with her.

January 2021

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Maria Warnimont

I cant thank Brighton Gardens of Winston Salem enough for the care the staff gave to my mom. I made a promise to myself I would not put my mom in a nursing home, but after my dad had a stroke and mom was getting worse with her dementia, I knew it was time to start looking. The first facility let us down after a year and a half but I was so glad to find Brighton Gardens. Mom spent the last two years of her life there and they were great. COVID brought some challenges but they handled everything incredibly well. I will miss them.

January 2021

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Eleanor Phillips-Phipps

Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem has strived to make a difference in my life and that of my father who is a resident there. During this pandemic that have kept me abreast and calm the nerves each time an update newsletter has been produced. We each have one life to live and Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem is making sure that my father is comfortable and shown the respect he deserves.

January 2021

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Marthe Munden

January 2021

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Bob Northington

Brighton Gardens Winston-Salem is a remarkable place staffed by the most caring and marvelous people you could ever imagine. The Director has assembled staff of incredible people who ALWAYS go the extra mile to care for residents. The care is unequaled and the response to the challenges of COVID-19 has been truly incredible for the residents and their families! I salute everyone who works there and support them in any way I can.

August 2020

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Kim Parsons

Brighton Gardens has been so welcoming to my mother in the Memory Care area. It was a big transition not only for my mom but also for our family. All of the staff is knowledge, available and friendly. I would highly recommend Brighton Gardens.

February 2020

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Jan Allison

My parents have lived in several AL settings over the years. Brighton Gardens has stood out far and above anything else weve experienced. My mother is safe. Well loved. And treated with respect and dignity. I give them 10 out of 5 stars!!

August 2019

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Kristin Beckwith

December 2018

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Visitor

Very nice, clean. Helpful,friendly staff. Nice sized rooms. No odors.

November 2018

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Resident

I've had loved ones in several assisted living facilities and I have to say that Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem is superior in the industry. They really strive to meet the needs of all residents and have one of the most caring staffs. I think because they are part of a much larger organization, they have to answer to guidelines and have more structure.

May 2018

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Latisha Thomas

I love my job!

May 2018

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Stu Shaw

A truly wonderful place. Never known of another facility that could match the people or the accommodations.

April 2018

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jil mcgriff

March 2018

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Jo Dee

September 2017

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Visitor

Mom is overall doing well since moving here. She is doing some of the activities and going to events. Along with that, she is receiving some physical therapy. The staff here overall are very nice and doing the best they can I feel the community could use more staffing to lessen the burden of the ones that are there now. The food is the good mom has never been one to be a picky eater. The community is kept very clean and well light and the temperature is always just right.

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Community Details

Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem Amenities and Services

Amenities

  • Activities Onsite
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Devotional Services Offsite
  • Meals Provided
  • Beautician Onsite

Services

  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Offered

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Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem Housing and Staff

Living Types Available

Staff

  • 24-Hour Awake Staff
  • Visiting Occupational Therapist
  • Visiting Nurse
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Visiting Physical Therapist
  • Doctor on Call
  • Visiting Speech Therapist

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