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Nervous you won’t make friends? Unlikely! Afraid you’ll have to give up your hobbies? Not a chance. Get a glimpse into our community programming and what life is like living here by checking out our Facebook page. We frequently share what residents have been doing to stay active, involved, and living life to the fullest.

Hector's a big ball of sunshine ☀️ His big, bright smile and lively attitude gives us all something to grin about!

Theo and Rhonda know what it means to live colorfully - they’ve traveled from Portugal to Paris, and from Sydney to Syracuse.

Settling down into one of our communities meant a little change of pace, but they’re still finding adventure together every day 🌈

O-H-I-O!📣 Residents at Hilliard are kicking off their #BeatMichigan week with the one and only @thebrutusbuckeye!

GO @OhioStateFB🏈!

Who can touch their toes? 🙋 Winnie led a group of seniors to help get them out and about and flex their muscles. 💪 Now they’re all showing off!

Frank says, “I can’t believe I’m feeling more nimble now than I did 20 years ago - but I didn’t have motivation like Winnie ...before!”

A colorful life is all about being flexible.

“Well if I’m going to do my exercises every day anyway, why not include my friends too”- Peggy

Peggy leads a weekly “Early Bird Exercise” class which has grown immensely popular. She is a retired educator who finds pride and joy in leading her peers in this beneficial class.

The sensational sleuths at Round Rock spent a scary day solving a gruesome murder and thwarting the villain's dastardly plan of locking them away to escape. Luckily, these seniors pieced together the mystery, determined "who dunnit", and unlocked the cipher that revealed the keys to ...their victory.

Congratulations to the teams who expertly won our community's very own Murder Mystery Escape Room!

“You are NEVER too old to be on a Harley, Mama!”

Nothing captivates Barb’s attention like the roar of a Harley!
Barb has always dreamed of experiencing the exhilarating freedom of being on the open road on a hog. Barb and her husband, Tony, have shared this same dream. She never... imagined that at 79 years young, she would get the thrill of a lifetime!

Thank you, @WishofaLifetime, for making this happen! We also want to thank our new friends from the Kirkwood hog chapter who helped make this possible.

#AgeFearlessly #livecolorfully #ThisIsSeniorLiving #AgeIsAnAttitude

To those in uniform serving today and to those who have served in the past, we honor you today and every day 🇺🇸 #veteransday

Hear From Residents and Family of Park Meadows Senior Living!

Suzanne VasquezSuzanne Vasquez
21:44 10 Oct 22
Horrible place to work for people on call lights for hrs with no help it’s so sad how the management treats there workers and no appreciation best thing I could ever do was leave that awful place they work you to the bones with no help I wish I could of gave 0 stars they actually deserve negative stars charge people to much then don’t care of the residents it smells horrible in that building trash isn’t took out daily it’s disgusting
Melissa MolteniMelissa Molteni
04:47 08 Jul 22
When we were looking for a memory care facility, we were initially very impressed with Park Meadows. I left a 5 star review nearly two years ago, based on outstanding personnel. COVID came and went and they did a reasonable job managing all of that which wasn’t easy. Like many businesses, they are short staffed and scrambling to keep the familiar staff members in the memory care building. We have had several directors and nursing professionals come and go. This is very frustrating for families for continuity of care for our loved ones. The staff that are on sight are working tirelessly, and we are so appreciative, but they need more caretakers.
mary kidwellmary kidwell
22:57 03 Jun 22
Please look somewhere else. I worked with Park Meadows for 18 months planning to relocate my parents from Florida to Kansas under difficult circumstances. I was fully transparent about my parents' needs and my goals at every interaction. I hired a decorator and worked to the apartment they were to occupy (at a significant expense plus furniture selected specifically for that space). Ten days before movers were to be at my parents' home in Florida and two weeks before they were to arrive, the Executive Director called and told me my parents were not a good fit for Independent Living. Their solution was to move my dad straight to memory care. When I pointed out previous emails where I was given detail about being able to provide outside care in Independent Living and support this situation, I was told the person who gave me that information is no longer with the company and it is incorrect. Park Meadows was unwilling to work with me or compromise in any way.
Linda KautziLinda Kautzi
20:23 18 Feb 22
Mom has been a resident at Park Meadows for several years and we have been happy with her living situation and are pleased with the changes and updates currently being made. We are also encouraged by the dining menu and return to before Covid dining experience.The staff has always been friendly, helpful and kind.
Jerry MustaphaJerry Mustapha
01:36 27 Aug 21
Nice light and clean facility. Closets are quite large. Two bedroom units are quite livable for us. grounds were attractive.
Ginny DobbsGinny Dobbs
04:08 25 May 21
John Xzenus at Park Meadow was so patient ,and if it wasnt for his knowledge and the true caring for our parents and our family .Now it's been about 6 months at Park Meadows and thank goodness because about a month after she got there the love of her life of 48 years passed away during covid, now she's in a safe clean great environment. The staff at the desk and the nurses. Now I do want to say when you first put your parent or parents at assisted living facility it's a huge change for them even it's absolutely necessary its a change for them and us . It is also a huge weight lifted off everyone's shoulders that instead of alone in a house with all the responsibilities living in the house has. Now at Park Meadows three meals a day , everything is taken care of they can do their laundry they can have their laundry done.
Eleanor BallEleanor Ball
19:59 29 Dec 20
I have lived at Park Meadows for seven years. Over the years there have been many changes. We have always been kept aware of the changes and the deadlines.During the Coronavirus Pandemic everything changed. Park Meadows did an excellent job of providing activities, entertainment and delivered meals during this time with strict guidelines. This enabled the residents to relax and it was less stressful.I enjoy living at Park Meadows and look forward to a New and better Year,
Debbie PooreDebbie Poore
23:12 28 Dec 20
Wow, we love Kathy and Daphne at Park Meadows. They made the whole process so much easier during such a difficult time. We cannot believe how hands on and caring they are, not only towards the family, but how much they care for my mom! The facility is light and bright and has a large outdoor area and plenty of room to walk around when not involved in any of the scheduled activities. We love that most every activity can be done by someone with vision issues too. Daphne answered every question and sent us videos of the rooms and entire facility. We feel like we have found mom's forever home and are so blessed! We can't wait for this pandemic to be over so we can visit mom in person.
Mary WinstonMary Winston
16:59 09 Sep 20
Park Meadows is getting five (5) stars from me on having just looked at the property, and getting a tour of the independent living cottages. I rely on what reviews people give people, places, and companies, so should it need to be updated once mom and dad move in at the end of the month, I will. The welcoming feeling was appreciated. So far it seems that the mantra of their business is to have seniors move in and stay active as long as they are physically able. They do have independent living and assisted living apartments in the main complex; as well as, a separate memory care facility. The independent living cottages offer small details that mean a lot to those of our greatest generation, i.e. coat closet, linen closet, washer/dryer in cottage, front porch, back patio to name a few. I can't wait to move mom and dad into their cottage in just a few weeks!