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Hear It Straight From Our Residents
Are you ready for a real, unfiltered view into what life is like at Crestwood Manor? Just ask our residents! Read Crestwood Manor’s reviews below to see what they have to say about our retirement community, then schedule a visit to meet and chat with them in person.
Senior Living Testimonials
I had visited several other retirement communities, but when I walked into Crestwood Manor, I was immediately impressed with how friendly and well-established it seemed, both important qualities. My husband and I and other family members came back a few times. We reviewed the financial commitment and found it to be reasonable. The move itself, with the help of Springpoint representatives, was wonderful.
A lifelong artist, I’m delighted to meet with a small group of serious painters at Crestwood Manor. My husband Ed and I appreciate that there is a dedicated LivWell program here. We’ve lived well for many years, watching our diet and exercising; we also meditate together. We’ve recently begun offering a meditation workshop here for residents. I am a certified chair yoga instructor and I’m pleased to have a core group of people attend my weekly chair yoga sessions, something I offer as a gift to the community. We are so delighted with the openness to new ideas we have found at Crestwood Manor and the willingness to have new residents share their talents and interests with everyone.
Where I lived was fine, but it was not suitable for growing old. I could have gone to a 55+ community, but it wouldn’t have been that different. I looked at seven different communities and found Crestwood Manor to be the friendliest and most open. One of the advantages of Crestwood Manor is that they have all sorts of programs that are enjoyable and exercise classes — that makes sense. I keep busy, helping with various events, offering computer tech support, running the bingo computer, doing chair yoga and taking drawing lessons from a resident artist.
Frank and Millie Rieder
Although it’s hard to give up your home, once you do, you realize you don’t need it. We’re enriched with friends from here and friends from our church who’ve joined us. We’re very content here!