Tina’s Place Assisted Living Home

787 West Carob Way, Chandler, AZ 85248, USA

(602) 301-8477 (602) 301-8477

AL6680H

 

  

   Tina’s Place has just received the “Senior’s Choice Best of Group Homes Award” established to recognize the Best in the industry. Each year Senior Focus chooses only the best Group Homes in each city. They focus on Group Homes that have demonstrated excellent customer service and offer the best care for our residents. We work hard to achieve and maintain a level of care that few can offer.

 

 Tina’s Place is Owned and operated by a Registered Nurse with over 22 years experience in the management of Assisted Living Homes. We are licensed for Personal, Supervisory and Directed Care. Having a Nurse on staff we can provide a wider scope of services.

We have experience in caring for Parkinson’s, Strokes, COPD, Alzheimer’s, MS, Memory problems and Hospice. Our home is also qualified to handle Tube Feeding, Ostomies, Diabetes and wound care. We also work with agencies who send Physicians to our home if the need arises and also have a Doctor who comes periodically to check on our residents when required. 

Tina’s Place is a full service Home that not only cares for their Residents but treats them with the dignity they expect. Come see for yourself, schedule an appointment with Tina, you’ll love her. (602) 301-8477 or talk to Kathy at (480)899-5858

Listing Information

Supervisory Care,Personal Care,Directed Care

Wandering,Non-Wandering,Behavioral

Private Pay

Private Room

3000-4000

Contact Information

Valentina Wilder

Visited 997 times, 1 Visits today

6 Reviews

  1. M. Visto
    M. Visto

    My mother lived in this home for several years. This is a wonderful, caring and compasionate home. The home is owned by a nurse who spends time with the residents daily. Most larger facilities don’t even offer a nurse on staff.Her caregivers are exceptional. The home is in a residential community making the residents feel like they’re living at home not in a facility. The level of care they offer is beyond expectations. I have never been there when there were fewer than 2 caregivers at all times, very often they would have 4. This gives you an indication of the attention the residents receive. I have asked them to have have a room available for me when the time comes where I can no longer care for myself. They have been in business for about 14 years and their experience shows. If you are looking for a home make sure you look behind the scenes. What you see and what you get are often two different things. I felt like family whenever I came to visit, the atmosphere is casual which makes you feel comfortable. I almost chose a larger facility before deciding on Tina’s place. Choosing Tina was the best decision I ever made.

    June 5, 2018 at 9:22 am Reply
  2. Diane Krupinsky
    Diane Krupinsky

    Gerald, my Dad, recently passed away last June after residing at Tina’s Place for almost ten years. Dad lived in constant pain following a disabling fall in the early 80s. Prior to his arrival, he had been living in an apartment described as “Assisted Living”.
    It so happened that he became their first resident after a recommendation of a social worker. As my son Dan and I were there right after his arrival, we felt very much at ease and knew Dad was in a safe, loving and caring Home.
    Through the years Dan and I would visit on extended weekends observing the nutritious meals, social activities and warm family feeling.
    When it came to his painkillers, Dad was very conservative. They did comply with his wishes.
    In 2015 when Dad ended up in the hospital, John (his primary caregiver) could see Dad was going downhill. As Dad’s advocate, John pleaded with the hospital staff to release Dad to their care. They did, and Dad regained his health.
    Both John and Tina were angels of comfort to Dad the last couple weeks following a stroke. John stayed with him when Dad was ready to go.
    I am forever grateful to Tina and John.

    March 15, 2018 at 8:26 am Reply
    1. Ellen Buddington
      Ellen Buddington

      It would be impossible to sing Tina’s praises any higher. Tina and her staff, particularly John, quickly became family upon placing my father (and best friend) into their care. I chalk it up to my parents’ unconditional love and compassion that my mother and I were able to find dad such incredible care. I guess you could call it great karma on their behalf. Dad resided at Tina’s nearly three years and just recently passed due to complications from his advanced dementia. what I will always cherish is the gift that afforded my father to transition while my mother and i were by his bedside and under the care of Tina, her
      staff and Hospice. Tina, John and staff so greatly loved dad and so easily became family. You could pop in unannounced at any time and find him in pristine condition; even the ICU staff at the end commented on his immaculate hygiene. Tina and John have so much love in their hearts; Tina may have even initially mourned harder than I did upon dad’s passing! Anyway, if you’re fortunate enough to stumble upon Tina’s Place for your loved one, then you’re in for a comforting and beautiful experience. ❤

      May 27, 2018 at 10:51 pm Reply
  3. David Wortman
    David Wortman

    Nearly 3 years ago my 94 year old mother (then) broke a bone in her foot and needed assisted living care. We were blessed to find “Tina’s Place” – the love and care extended to my mom and the other residents has always been wonderful. The care givers treat the residents as family members and the spirit at “Tina’s Place” is always positive, friendly and encouraging to the residents. I know that my mom could not have been in a better place for her, now that she is starting to experience dementia. I wish all who are in advancing age and need this type of personalized care could find a place like “Tina’s Place” – Thank you, Tina for your expert care. What a team!! Dave Wortman

    March 3, 2018 at 12:39 pm Reply
  4. Susie Colby
    Susie Colby

    Tina’s place was a wonderful blessing for my Mom. The residents and staff were like a family. They cared for my Mother with such love and kindness, making sure all her needs were met. She was always up and clean eating home made meals with all the residents! Tina and the staff took care of all her medications and let me know when any additional medical care was necessary. She had a colostomy that they assisted her with daily. In her last days she didn’t want to be alone so between John, Tina and I we were able to be at her side. Thank you for your love and caring for my mother.

    February 26, 2018 at 6:28 am Reply
  5. Judy Hedding
    Judy Hedding

    After suffering a serious stroke leaving him with severe cognitive deficits, I placed my father at Tina’s Place. He lived there for seven years. The most important thing I can say about this group home is that I never had a moment’s worry about his care. Residents there are always clean, properly and well fed, and are encouraged to interact with each other as much as they are able. The staff has the residents participate in life as much as possible (unlike other group homes I visited where management was happy to let residents lie in bed all day). They encourage family participation; Tina and I consulted with each other as necessary regarding changes in my father’s care, and I was welcome to visit as often as I pleased. At the end of his life, they were patient and supportive in dealing with hospice. I would recommend this group home to friends and family.

    February 24, 2018 at 7:53 am Reply

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