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Chestnut Glen Senior Living

Based on 18 reviews | Highly Rated Community in Saint Peters

121 Klondike Crossing, Saint Peters, MO, 63376

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4.1

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Chestnut Glen Senior Living is a assisted living community located in Saint Peters that offers senior living and care services.

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Ratings Breakdown Based on Online Reviews

  • Excellent

    28%
  • Very Good

    67%
  • Average

    0%
  • Under Average

    0%
  • Poor

    6%

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    Chestnut Glen Senior Living Price

    Estimated Monthly Cost of $2,537

    The above price is calculated based on average state costs, amenity information and online ratings. This price assumes some level of extra assistance, if no extra assistance is required, then the starting price would be less. To get an accurate monthly rate, click the button below:

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

    FamilyAssets has estimated the cost of Chestnut Glen Senior Living assisted living Facility in Saint Peters, Missouri. Chestnut Glen Senior Living is 100% the cost of assisted living in Saint Peters and 100% the cost of assisted living in Missouri.

    Detailed Information

    From The Owner

    A happier life is waiting at Chestnut Glen Senior Living, an Americare community. We offer assisted living and memory care services to seniors in Saint Peters, 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 Living – we’re the ... Keep Reading

    Contact Information

    Community Website

    (636) 688-8429

    121 Klondike Crossing, Saint Peters, MO, 63376

    Rankings & Reviews

    FamilyAssets Reviews for Chestnut Glen Senior Living

    We have 22 review(s) for this provider.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    06 Feb 2019

    Amy (DON) and Marilyn (bookkeeper) are personable, professional and knowledgeable, always willing to find the answer to any question. I like the smaller facility size, but feel at times CG is short staffed, especially on the weekends.. I feel that having children of employees help in the kitchen is not the best regarding cleanliness and safety. I feel it it unprofessional for the employees to be smoking (outside) where the residents and their families can see them. We enjoyed the outdoor community event around the 4th of July, but felt the water gun fight between employees was unprofessional. It would be nice to schedule more entertainment for the residents like piano players and choirs. Thanks for listening.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    05 Feb 2019

    We like Pastor Steve on Wednesday 10:00 am.m. Quarterly family events. All the staff is friendly. Leave out snacks & sodas.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Serve your needs

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Being friendly and helping me with my needs.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Take care of my needs. They are always very helpful.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Create a nice facility and work with my needs

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Commitment to privacy.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Current activities director provides a variety of activities for residents Monday through Friday. Good food. Staff cares for residents. Room to room encouragement to participate in activities.. Facility size (small) provides a sense of community and encourages personal involvement. Unsure of transportation services available to residents (question 29). Exhaust fans in bathrooms. Hair salon charges seem expensive.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    The caretakers are wonderful to my mom. They need to be valued more and paid more.. Activities. We were promised daily activities to keep my mom engaged. She sits in her room by herself all day because nothing is offered for them to do. I see this with the other residents too. I visit a lot because mom is so lonely especially at night. They need to have something for the residents to do!!

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    10 Jan 2019

    Provide a variety of activities - Maintenance does a great job. I understand HIPAA and the need for privacy. But, residents develop friendships, and their is secrecy when a resident dies. There should be a way to let residents know and still be confidential about specifics. A picture of the person with a flower or something in the dining room would be nice. Residents should have an opportunity to acknowledge the loss.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Good daily schedule.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Close-knit family atmosphere. Staff is easy to talk to and very accommodating. We appreciate the efforts made to include mom in activities.. The small community at Chestnut Glen has been a great fit for our mother. Thank you

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Noon time meal.. The 5:00 PM meal could use some up-grading. A safe or lock drawer in the residences room. Be sure dad has clean clothes on every morning. An automatic door at the entrance would be really useful for the residents & family members.. I was told the communities bus would take residence on trips. Dad has been a resident since April 2016, I don't know of anyone who has used the bus. A trip to Walgreen's or The Dollar Store would thrill the residents. Or just a ride for sightseeing to get out would be enjoyable.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    See attached letter!. To Whom It May Concern: Chestnut Glen was referred to our family in March of 2016 by the Villages of St Peters. After my Mother fell and broke her hip, she was in need of a smaller facility than where she had previously resided. My first impression was that Chestnut Glen was clean, small and had a homey touch. It was just what the doctor ordered. My mother had adapted well, and the staff are attentive and courteous. My Mother does wish that there could occasionally be more outside entertainment, especially in the evenings. I understand that the majority of the residents are early to bed, and there may not be a lot of interest. However, maybe a little activity in the evenings after dinner would inspire the residents to stay and participate. Some of the evening staff do put a movie in for their viewing after dinner. The new face lift that is in progress in definitely brightening up the place. The new Activity Director, Mary Donahue is a breath of fresh air compared to her predecessor. Jennifer Snyder is by far your best, hardest working employee. I hope people are pay attention...her absence would be quite detrimental. She takes great care and concern for the residents, and is the first to fill in when needed. 1 visit 4 - 5 days out of seven and I observe a lot. Since my Mother arrived in late March/early April, the food quality has gone from wholesome, appetizing, to almost inedible. I understand why a lot of plates go back to the kitchen untouched. The new cook is the problem, even though he is deflecting blame to some new hires who he says are responsible. That's strange, because on two different occasions when most residents hardly touched their meal, he was the ONLY one in the kitchen. The new Director seems to accept his excuses. A week or two ago, dinner was so bad, that no one ate and the staff had to order pizza. At this stage I have to questions if the residents daily nutritional requirements are even being met. I don t' know who decided to move Linda to the other building, but the residents miss her and her cooking. the residents are always happy to see Linda if she drops over after her shift and she thoroughly enjoys seeing them. Another issue. There was an employee about ten days ago who was obviously sick. She reported for work after being told that it was her responsibility to find a replacement. She wasn't able to find someone for two days, but still reported for work. It took a trip to the ER, a doctors confirmation that she had bronchitis which could go to pneumonia before the Director took her seriously. It was only then they they miraculously found a replacement for her. Did anyone ever consider that making her work was potentially jeopardizing the health of 24 - 25 elderly people?? I find this policy reprehensible. I witnessed in April an employee (who actually admitted to me

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    nice facility! exercise was great while Kim was activity person. Seniors need to keep active so they can maintain balance and strength without private PT . Aides need to check on residents more often. Post the actual food that is going to be served at each meal, not the corporate menu. Activities should be posted for the week so residents know when the activities they like are going to happen & not be pre-empted (because of trainings . etc)

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    We are happy that the staff take time to ask mom if she would like to participate in the activities provided and come get her if she is in her room. We like to see her out of her room and interacting with other residents.. Since mom has been a resident most of the staff has been replaced so it is not possible to evaluate their association with residents. Everyone seems positive and ready to please the residents and family members.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Overall you do good.. Use what I would like for breakfast.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Kitchen staff is awesome. They know what every resident likes to have. Same with the staff. They also know everyone well. What medicines they take and what their likes and dislikes are. Seems to be little turnover in staff over the last few months.. Would really like to see more activities to engage the residents. It seems like there is rarely anything offered throughout the day or evening. Other communities we visited had many things going on all the time for residents to choose from. We were led to believe during our initial tour that we could expect that here as well. Not so.. I hope we can continue to receive the same consistency in services that we have had over the last few months.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Friendliness of staff.. More activities - especially on weekends. The food is awful! Linda was a great cook but since she has been on sick leave it's bad. The noon meal is the best and should be the evening meal. The evening meal is horrible, I sometimes choose to stay and eat with my parent and then I am billed $5.00. Not worth paying $2.00 much less $5.00.. Improve food. More activities.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Know the residents by name. Mary is a great asset as activity director.. Address maintenance issues in a more timely manner. We have told three different people in the last week and a half that the closet light is out. It has not been fixed. I'm not sure if the aides ever reported it or it's not a priority. It's dangerous for residents with bad eye sight to not have lighting! I think you need a better, more official way to request maintenance.. The bandrails in the residents' rooms and the public bathrooms are filthy! Provide more variety in your menus

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    *Name Removed* is great - activities planned & gets residents involved. It is great to get them out of the building & take them to lunch & other outings. New remodel looks very nice Most staff is caring & treat resident with respect - Family parties are very nice.. 1. Get an automatic door (front) as most residents are in a wheelchair for use walker & it is hard to open the door. 2. Hire staff to clean rooms - do laundry etc. and keep your medical staff to care for the residents & attend to their needs.

    Anonymous Resident/Family Member

    01 May 2018

    Having activities & gatherings for family & residents

    FamilyAssets Score

    Feb 1, 2019

    FamilyAssets looked at 18 reviews and calculated that Chestnut Glen Senior Living has a weighted rating of 4.434 which makes it the #20 ranked community within 25 miles of Saint Peters, Missouri.


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