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Brookdale Skyline

2365 Patriot Heights, Colorado Springs Get Directions
(855) 430-0035
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Set against the dramatic backdrop of Pikes Peak and the Rocky Mountains, Brookdale Skyline is an exclusive senior living community with refined accommodations, restaurant-style dining and opportunities to engage your interests, passion and purpose.

Residents of our Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) enjoy an engaging and rewarding lifestyle with a selection of care options to meet changing needs. From Independent Living and Assisted Living to Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care and Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing, transitioning between levels of care is simple.

You or your loved one will have the security of knowing that a continuum of care options is available on one campus without the concern of selecting new services at different location.

The freedom to live life as you choose

Our residents enjoy spacious apartments and garden homes with striking views of Colorado’s impressive vistas and amenities and services to rival resort lodges. Step into our light-filled lobby with its atrium skylight and step into the sophisticated comfort of a mountain retreat.

Enjoy restaurant-style dining in our elegant dining room with chef-prepared menu options including our popular Sunday brunch, or meet friends for a stroll across campus on walking paths winding through landscaped grounds. Join an exercise class in our fitness center or take a dip in our indoor swimming pool. Live life as you choose and enjoy the rewarding retirement you deserve.

As a resident, you’ll have a selection of activities and clubs to share with friends and neighbors. Join one of our shopping trips to local stores and boutiques, take wine-tasting class, play dominoes or practice your swing on our putting green before teeing off at one of several world-class golf courses near campus.

Downtown Colorado Springs is a short drive away with its charming shops, local restaurants and attractions such as the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum and the Fine Arts Center. Visit the Garden of the Gods Park with its unique geological formations or explore the great outdoors with hiking, fishing or biking. Our residents enjoy outings to the Colorado Wolf & Wildlife, Fort Carson, Manitou Cliff Dwellings and Glen Eyrie Castle.

Our campus also includes the following accommodations and levels of care:

  • Independent Living apartments offer the privacy of well-appointed residences and the services and amenities of a vacation property. These include restaurant-style dining, transportation services, housekeeping services, and outings to local attractions. We also offer the option of seasonal stays.
  • Assisted Living accommodations for those who may need some extra help with daily living activities. We balance assistance with independence, providing just the right amount care needed.
  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia care program where skilled associates provide residents with a structured routine of activities that help maintain their abilities, encourage the use of their current skills and experience daily moments of success with a sense of purpose.
  • Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation — Licensed and Medicare-approved, our community offers skilled nursing care supported by speech, physical and occupational therapies and other rehabilitation services. We also offer respite care and hospice.

    Fitness and wellness programs are an important part of our commitment to our residents’ experience at Skyline. Brookdale’s Optimum Life is a holistic initiative that balances six key dimensions of wellness — purposeful, emotional, physical, social, spiritual and intellectual — to help you live a lifestyle that promotes health, wholeness and fulfillment.

  • Pet-friendly senior living
  • Innovative senior fitness programs
  • Meditation chapel
  • Walking paths
  • Scheduled transportation services

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  • Alzheimer's Care
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  • Independent Living


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My husband had a Horrible experience in their memory care unit
My husband was admitted to the Memory Care Unit. 1. He was initially not entered into the computer system correctly which resulted in him missing medications for days and not having a shower for over a week after admission. They also lost an entire month’s supply of a heart medicine that we gave to the director on admission. 2. I brought him three pairs of spare eye glasses and showed them to the health and wellness director on admission. A month later, on a visit, I was told that he had lost a nose pad on his glasses. When I examined him, he was missing the nose pad and the metal prong to which the pad attaches had eroded into his nose, which was scabbed, and had surrounding redness. No one had given him one of his three pairs of spare glasses, no one had notified me, no one had even covered the prong with a piece of tape. They did notice that pad was missing but did nothing to fix the situation This was typical of the care. 3. While the clients were being fed in their rooms due to Covid, there was concern because he was not eating. My daughter (living out of state) agreed to zoom while he was eating. She watched an aide bring in a closed box of food and plop it on his table. He didn’t know to open it. The aide came back and said she didn’t have time to open the box. Due to his Alzheimer’s my daughter couldn’t communicate to him to open it. It took over an hour to get someone from the floor to come down and open the box so that he could have his meal… 4. There were numerous medication errors, some of which could have been lethal if he were a small person 5. No one knew who was responsible for trimming Alzheimer’s patient’s nails. Confirmed at 1/18/21 meeting with Brookdale CEO, head of assisted living, head of Health and Wellness, and head of Brookdale at home ( I mentioned that my husband’s fingernails were long and dirty) 6. We chose Brookdale because he could take his little dog and he could be taken swimming. Prior to admission, we agreed to pay a lot extra to their Brookdale at home service for the dog’s care and to have my husband taken to the swimming pool. Once he was admitted, we found out that the Brookdale at home service did not have enough staff and he was never taken swimming and after a month we had to bring the dog home due to neglect (not given water/food, taken out as agreed). 6. Billing was a disaster. His bills were initially sent to HIM on the Alzheimer’s unit and then I received an angry call because his bills weren’t paid. The Brookdale sales person and then the head of Brookdale at Home on admission initially quoted $29/ hour for Brookdale at home services (for dog care, for taking him swimming etc) then over 3 months later I am told it is $40 per hour if under an hour, but looking back at a previous month’s bill I was charged $44 per hour regardless whether over or under one hour of service. Billing time frequently did not reflect actual worked hours as listed on the itemized bill. One example; a staff worked form 11:30-12:30 (1 hour) but I was billed 5 hours. 7. Several months prior to moving into Brookdale, I discussed the plan for behavioral problems as behavioral issues are common with Alzheimer’s patients (my husband had no behavioral issues before moving). I was assured care could be managed and that if he developed Behavioral issues, the process would be that he would be transported to the hospital where medication could be stabilized and then he could be returned to facility. He did develop behavioral issues and they would not transfer him to a psychiatric hospital but instead threw him out of the facility and we had to scramble to get him placed elsewhere… I would not recommend this facility for dementia care.

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