Northglenn Heights

Based on 106 reviews |Ranked #42 of 243 communities in Northglenn

11475 Pearl Street, Northglenn, CO, 80233


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Northglenn Heights is an assisted living community located in Northglenn that offers senior living and care services.

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Category Ratings

  • Service

    3 Total Reviews
  • Food

    17 Total Reviews
  • Rooms

    5 Total Reviews
  • Staff

    58 Total Reviews
  • Care

    37 Total Reviews
  • Cleanlieness

    12 Total Reviews

Northglenn Heights Amenities

    Northglenn Heights Price

    Estimated Monthly Cost of $3,125

    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 20 miles$3,757/month
    Northglenn average cost of assisted living$3,125/month
    Colorado average cost of assisted living$4,063/month

    FamilyAssets has estimated the cost of Northglenn Heights assisted living Facility in Northglenn, Colorado. Northglenn Heights is 100% the cost of assisted living in Northglenn and 77% the cost of assisted living in Colorado.

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    Northglenn Heights Northglenn CO

    At Northglenn Heights in Northglenn, Colorado, people can enjoy premium senior living with everything they need for a fulfilling and engaging retirement. The community offers a wide variety of assisted living and memory care services, including (but not limited to): 

    • Personal care/assistance with activities of daily living 
    • Medication assistance 
    • Housekeeping 
    • Laundry and linen services 
    • Transportation to and from medical appointments

    Their long-term care services are designed to meet a variety of needs, from the active, mostly independent person to the one who needs ongoing help with their daily activities. The community’s mission is to be more than a place where people retire. Northglenn Heights wants each of their residents to feel at home, not like they are living in a “place for mom.” 

    To help residents feel at home, the community offers a wide variety of amenities, wellness programs and social activities for them to enjoy. Prospective residents can view the online events calendar to see the community’s upcoming social activities, which may include: 

    • Arts and crafts sessions 
    • Musical performances 
    • Guest speakers and lectures 
    • Fitness classes 
    • Pet therapy

    Residents are encouraged to participate in the events and wellness programs that pique their interest, creating exceptional opportunities for them to meet friends, stay active, and establish new hobbies. Social interaction and creative expression are two major parts of a healthy retirement, and Northglenn Heights fosters these with their ever-changing selection of on-site social activities. 

    In addition to special events, residents can interact with others during meal times thanks to the community’s on-site restaurant. The restaurant’s staff serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the community’s dining room, offering a varying selection of recipes daily. Prospective residents can check out the community’s monthly menu on their website, which features classic favorites like pot roast and mashed potatoes, spinach lasagna, and baby back ribs. If residents are vegetarian, have allergies, or have other special dietary needs, they can request meals substitutions as necessary to accommodate their needs. 

    Residents are also welcome to prepare their own meals. Each Northglenn Heights apartment comes complete with a spacious kitchenette, featuring a full-size refrigerator and counter space. In addition to kitchenettes, each unit includes the following convenient features: 

    • Private bathrooms 
    • Closets with room for storage 
    • Emergency call systems 
    • Large windows with exceptional views 
    • Dining space

    The community offers studio and one-bedroom apartments, giving residents flexibility in their living space. Studio apartments feature a spacious, comfortable living room that doubles as a sleeping area. Many older adults prefer studio apartments because they want to downsize, and Northglenn’s reasonably-sized floor plans are perfect for people who want a manageable square footage. However, Northglenn Heights’ one-bedroom apartments offer separate, private bedrooms for people who want a dedicated space to sleep. 

    To learn more about Northglenn Heights, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour. Touring the community is the best way to see everything it has to offer, from its tastefully decorated apartments to its exceptional meals. Anyone can tour the community for free and the staff is happy to answer questions about the senior living community, their services, and how they create individualized care routines for each resident. For more information about Northglenn Heights, read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below. 

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    Q: How do I know if Northglenn Heights is right for me?

    Northglenn Heights is an assisted living community offering non-medical care for older adults who need mild to moderate assistance with their activities of daily living. Their services are tailored for people who need help getting around the house, eating, dressing, or who need medication management. As such, they are not equipped to provide some senior care services, like skilled nursing care. To live at Northglenn Heights, a person must be sure the community can meet their care needs or they may not be admitted as a resident. 

    To find out if Northglenn Heights is a viable option for senior care, prospective residents can ask themselves the following questions about their level of care: 

    • Does the person require ongoing health care or medical attention? 
    • Is the person non-ambulatory or permanently confined to their beds? 
    • Does the person need long-term rehabilitation? 
    • Does the person have memory loss, Alzheimer's or dementia?

    Unlike nursing homes, assisted living and independent living communities like Northglenn Heights are not licensed to provide ongoing health care. Their staff is not equipped to treat residents with skilled nursing care and the community may not admit a person who requires daily medical assistance for their safety. The same principle applies to people who are non-ambulatory or confined to their beds: Northglenn Heights is not properly equipped to care for them and may suggest other nearby senior care facilities that offer more suitable treatment. 

    Alternatively, the community is well-suited for people with Alzheimer's disease and dementia thanks to their exceptional In the Moment® memory care program. The In the Moment® program offers memory care services tailored for people living with Alzheimer's and dementia. Provided a person’s dementia symptoms do not require ongoing medical attention (like dementia-related incontinence), Northglenn Heights may be a suitable option for Alzheimer’s care. 

    To learn more about the community’s personal care services and admission requirements for assisted living residents, use the link above to make an inquiry. 

    Q: How do I know if the Northglenn Heights In the Moment® memory care program is right for me?

    If a person is living with early to late-stage Alzheimer's disease or dementia, the Northglenn Height In the Moment® program might be right for them. The program offers specialized services for people with memory impairments, creating a nurturing environment for them to live and flourish. The memory care community's staff use structured activities to stimulate their minds and help them live with memory loss, along with assisting them with their daily activities. 

    To learn more about the memory care community and Northglenn Heights' care options for people with Alzheimer's and dementia, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour. Seeing Northglenn Heights in person gives prospective residents a chance to speak with the staff and ask questions about the community’s memory care services. The caregivers may explain how their dementia care programs differ from other communities in the area and discuss how they use activities to help people living with Alzheimer's. 

    Q: Is Northglenn Heights pet-friendly?

    Yes! All memory care and assisted living residents are welcome to have one small animal in their apartment. To learn more about the community’s pet policy, use the link above to make an inquiry. 

    Q: Does Northglenn Heights offer short-term care programs for people who receive in-home care? 

    Caregiving is an important job, but everyone needs a break once in a while. When a person’s family caregiver takes time away from their duties, they can get substitute respite care from Northglenn Heights for up to 30 consecutive days. The community’s respite care program offers the same services as their assisted living program and short-term residents can enjoy the community’s social activities during their stay. 

    To learn more about respite care at Northglenn Heights, families can use the link above to make an inquiry. 

    Q: How much does it cost to live at Northglenn Heights?

    Northglenn Heights does not charge every resident the same monthly fee. How much each person pays per month depends on the size of their apartments and their level of care, with smaller apartments costing less than large floor plans. The community assesses a base rental fee that includes each person’s room and board, meals, and housekeeping. As residents need additional services, the community charges them appropriately. 

    To get a personalized price quote from Northglenn Heights, use the “Get Pricing” tool above for a monthly cost estimate. 

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    Contact Information

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    (303) 452-0501

    11475 Pearl Street, Northglenn, CO, 80233

    Rankings & Reviews

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    FamilyAssets Review at 2018-07-01:
    FamilyAssets looked at 106 reviews and calculated that Northglenn Heights has a weighted rating of 4.359 which makes it the #42 ranked community within 20 miles of Northglenn, Colorado.

    Compare Northglenn Heights to Nearby Facilities

    Northglenn Heights is ranked 1 out of 1 total assisted living communities in the city of Northglenn, 42 out of 243 communities within 20 mile radius and 31 out of 226 communities within the state of Colorado.

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    Northglenn Assisted Living
    Top 100% of 1 assisted living facilities in Northglenn
    42th out of 243
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    Top 17% of 243 assisted living facilities within 20 miles
    31th out of 226
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    Top 14% of 226 assisted living facilities in Colorado

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