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Mill Creek Village Senior Living

Based on 9 reviews | Highly Rated Community in Columbia

1990 W Southampton Drive, Columbia, MO, 65203

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Mill Creek Village Senior Living is a assisted living community located in Columbia that offers senior living and care services.

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    Mill Creek Village Senior Living Price

    Estimated Monthly Cost of $2,537

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    Compare Facility PricingMonthly Cost
    Average cost of assisted living within 25 miles$2,537/month
    Columbia average cost of assisted living$2,537/month
    Missouri average cost of assisted living$2,537/month

    FamilyAssets has estimated the cost of Mill Creek Village Senior Living assisted living Facility in Columbia, Missouri. Mill Creek Village Senior Living is 100% the cost of assisted living in Columbia and 100% the cost of assisted living in Missouri.

    Detailed Information

    From The Owner

    A happier life is waiting at Mill Creek Village Senior Living, an Americare community. We offer independent living, assisted living, and memory care services to seniors in Columbia, MO. Our focus is on making you or your loved one feel welcomed and engaged from the moment you first walk through our doors. With friendly care partners, spacious floor plans, and a selection of amenities and events sure to keep a smile on your face, this is more than a retirement community. It's home. Americare Senior Living has served seniors and their families throughout the Midwest for nearly four decades. Our all-inclusive senior living communities feel more like a home than a campus, and that’s intentional. Privately owned and operated, we adhere to a person-first model of care that prioritizes the interests and preferences of each individual. We’ve been so successful with this approach that 95% of our customers would recommend us to others according to the 2017 My InnerView™ survey. Americare Senior… Keep Reading

    Contact Information

    Community Website

    (573) 583-3725

    1990 W Southampton Drive, Columbia, MO, 65203

    Rankings & Reviews

    FamilyAssets Reviews for Mill Creek Village Senior Living

    We have 13 review(s) for this provider.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    05 Feb 2019

    Lovely facility with areas for dining, TV, and activities. Very nicely kept grounds. Overall, satisfied with staff. Found Coordinator of Activities to be exceptional in her interactions with residents and their families. DOR Whitney was quite helpful and professional. Kitchen/dining staff also quite likeable and they are very attentive to residents. Great breakfasts when residents want them. Very nice other meals. Small number of residents make the community feel more like friends and family. They get to know one another. Overall, I recommend Americare...Mill Creek Village to other people.. Find ways to hire people who are a better fit for folks with dementia and train them well and generously. Dementia residents take more time and care; they can be psychologically exhausting. Staff who work with dementia residents should be paid more than other CMAs, etc. It should be known as a specialty and rewarded as such for staff who train well and take an interest in this unique population. Medical staff/aides should not be responsible for cleaning rooms and doing laundry. They should be engaged with residents continually and participate in social activities. That way, when the coordinator of activities is away, staff can easily fill in. Please remind staff that residents are usually a lot older....they appreciate and relate better to movies on Turner Classic Movies, MeTV shows, Hallmark Channel stories and they often love nature and travel shows..maybe some game shows. They DO NOT relate to the latest Netflix hit that the staff enjoys. They enjoy music from the 40s, 50s and 60s. Please remind staff not to discuss job-related complaints in front of residents and visitors. Please remind staff to clean up their cigarette butts and ashes after their breaks. I have heard staff at other facilities talk about Americare communities....'yes, but you have to clean rooms and do laundry if you work there.' People who want to work with dementia clients want a career specialization; often they have career aspirations to go on to become an LPN and build a professional life. If Americare wants to thrive and lead as the population of dementia residents explodes over the next few decades, they should invest better in their staff. Hire cleaning staff to do the cleaning and laundry. Challenge the medical aides and staff with professional advancement and rewards. Finally, those in administrative or managerial positions need to be taught on how to catch someone doing right....as the saying goes. The staff needs to feel appreciated for what they do well. 'You did a great job handling Bob's anxiousness today.' 'Your laugh always makes residents smile.' 'This was a rough day (or week), but we got through thanks to your quick thinking and dedication.' 'The family loves the way you joke with Sally.' Statements like that are free to give....every single day....and the dividends will pay off with staff who feel appreciated and part of a special team.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Provide a calm, caring atmosphere with many interesting activities.. Mother has been very comfortable at your facility.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Have an understanding of my Mom and her needs.. I really like *Name Removed*, because I talk to her a lot about my mother. *Name Removed*, is a very nice person to work with and has a great understanding of the needs of the residences and their families.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Friendly; flexible choice of meals

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    MC Village takes good care of me.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Nice people

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Activities, food and opportunities to exercise are wonderful. The decor is very nice. The outdoor area is lovely.. Staff turn-over is terrible. It is difficult enough for a memory impaired person to make a move to a facility, but it is impossible for them to get their footing when the faces are ever-changing. We are currently getting to know the 4th DON in less than 7 months.. Appreciation for the employees who are very good so they know they are the pillars the rest of the business is built on goes a long way toward important community stability. Communication between management, staff and family members/residents is a very weak area with Mill Creek Village. A newsletter would be a starting point toward improving communication. An annual increase in daily rates when the facility has only been open for 7 months is a poor way to show appreciation to the residents who came in at the beginning and have been trying hard to be supportive and hang in there during the bumps and bruises of opening a new facility. Our patience is beginning to wear thin with the staff changes and staff inability to convince our father to take his medicines (he hasn't for a few weeks) or bathe (once a month so far and only with family participation). We're hoping new administrator

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018


    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Friendly atmosphere.. When they get staff members and then reduce their pay, it isn't fair! Good business isn't run that way.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Keep room clean. Activities. Breakfast.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Small, family-like community; life-style coordinator is great, keeps residents engaged in a variety of activities and is really missed on the weekends; staff all care and very patient although may not be very knowledgable with regard to medicines or schedules.. Engage a life-style coordinator on the weekends, at least part time. Laundry is a big problem-cloths are frequently misplaced & weekly my mother is wearing someone else's cloths. Other resident clothing is placed in her drawers and closets--even though I've labeled her clothing. Staff turnover is high and this hard on residents who are unsettled with change. A good Director of Nursing is needed to keep medications stocked and administered. I've witnessed staff taking blood pressures and weights who did not know what they were doing--even with the automatic blood pressure cuff. Some of the staff seem untrained.. Staffing is the biggest problem--turnover is too high. The life-style coordinator is one of the greatest assets in the community and makes a HUGE difference in the quality of life for the residents.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Staff is considerate - helpful

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Maintain a clean, attractive facility all the residents seem to like Healthy/varied menu choices Staff concern for residents Excellent coord. of activities and dir. of nursing Very kind day time care taking staff Interesting & fun activities Monday - Friday. Staff seem to respond well to emergency situations.. Staff who work when they are not scheduled to work should receive time and a half or some kind of monetary bonus for the emergency shift they covered for someone else. Encourage staff to quit smoking; to clean up their cigarette ashes immediately, and to never smoke within 20 ft of residents or guests.

    FamilyAssets Score

    Feb 1, 2019

    FamilyAssets looked at 9 reviews and calculated that Mill Creek Village Senior Living has a weighted rating of 4.208 which makes it the #5 ranked community within 25 miles of Columbia, Missouri.

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