Reviews & Testimonials

nurse-wheelchairWe invite you to read our assisted living facilities reviews and testimonials sent to us by residents and their family members. If you’d like to add your testimonial, please contact us here.

“I feel like it’s a family.” – Mary B.

“It’s a joy to be there when the music therapist comes, my mother will start singing along with her.” – Bridgette T.


“The entire appearance of the home and the outside upkeep makes me feel proud to bring other family members and friends to visit mother.” – Carolyn H.


“This is the next best think to being at our family home.  The care provided is loving and kind.” – Suzanne K.


“Brought Mom to New Orleans for Dementia care. Honeysuckle House is affordable, safe and clean. The staff is great and Sean and Jason were very helpful in making the transition. Mom is happy and I have peace of mind.” -Jack Helferstay, Jr.


“…They (Peristyle Residences) have four homes in nice suburban communities. The houses have 5 to 6 residents in private bedrooms. They receive 24hour care. The setting is not institutional, a real home not a nursing home. I was worried my mother would be too much of a handful, but Sean put my mind to rest. My mother is doing well there and all the staff are caring and lovely. The residence is spotless, no smells, real food on dishes served in a dinning room, backyard, and very attractive inviting décor. I felt no guilt in placing her there. I knew I had tried but could not care for my mom and have any kind of life. I knew a nursing home was breaking my promise. But, Peristyle Residences gave me an option of a beautiful placement….”  – Janya Mercado  Read more


“I am so thankful for the loving care my uncle receives, I would recommend this to everyone!”   -Mary McDuff

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“I was faced with the most difficult decision of my life. I had always stated that my mom would never be placed in a home. When the time came she would live with me. Well, life throws you curve balls and my mom had lived independently with dementia stage 5 for the last two years. I had finally after much struggle got her to accept a few hours a day of in home care. Then she suffered a stroke that left her wheelchair bound and with dementia stage 6. She would need 24/7 care. Nursing homes in the New York area are $10,000 to $15,000 a month (she did not qualify for Medicaid).”  Read more at Senior Advisor