- Kivel Manor
3040 N 36th St, Phoenix, AZ, 85018
Community InformationKivel Manor is an assisted living facility in Phoenix, AZ. Kivel Manor offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.
Being able to chat with other residents becomes an important part of many peoples' lives and Kivel Manor offers common spaces indoors to support that need. The benefit of living in an assisted living community is that making meals can be costly and time consuming process so Kivel Manor provides meals for residents.
Staff is awake and available 24 hours a day so if any emergencies occur no matter the time, there will be someone ready to help. Making sure residents with diabetes monitor their insulin levels is clearly an important task and Kivel Manor can help with that task. If a resident needs assistance moving from a bed to a wheelchair, this facility has staff who can help.
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The minimum age that a resident may be is 55 years old.
Staffing24-Hour Awake Staff
Additional ServicesDiabetic Care
The community can help residents monitor their blood sugar but cannot give insulin injections.
Incontinent residents must be able to manage incontinence themselves.
Non Ambulatory Care
This community can provide standby assistance for residents who need help transferring, for example, from a bed into a wheelchair.
Additional AmenitiesActivities OnsiteDevotional Services OffsiteIndoor Common Areas
Other ServicesHospice Available
Activities ProvidedNone specified at this time.
Average Room Pricing at Kivel Manor
Room Type Assisted Living Studio 1 Bedroom Semi-Private 2 BedroomsDisclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.
Estimated Fees at Kivel Manor
Fee Type Assisted Living Community Fee Respite Fee Buy-In Fee High Care Needs Fee Medium Care Needs Fee Low Care Needs Fee 2nd Person FeeDisclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.
Paying for careCommercial InsurancePrivate paySocial SecuritySeparate pricing structure for careVeteran's benefits
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Kivel is an Awesome Facility for Dementia Residentsreviewed on: 07/27/2016 by Lisa Ho
As a resident of Kivel Memory Unit my mother received fantastic care in the hands of wonderful staff members. She was constantly engaged by various activities through out the day and totally enjoyed their daily music therapy program. The facility is very clean and well planned out to meet dementia needs. During her time at Kivel my mother was happy, healthy and had quality of life. Thank you Kevel for giving her dignity back!
warm heartedreviewed on: 12/29/2013 by Anonymous
mom is 91, almost 2 yrs ago we found an independent living situation here for her and she is happy, safe and active. they have a lovely food plan which is served in the dining room and the meals are delicious and nutritious. there are planned activities, caring staff and a congenial environment. yeah kivel! it is also affordable as mom has only her social security .
Beautiful Place, But Not Appropriate For Our Loved Onereviewed on: 11/24/2015 by Cat
While searching for a long-term assisted living situation for our disabled sister, several people had highly recommended this Kivel facility, so after a delightful tour of this very beautiful place, we confidently decided to arrange for her to live there. Very soon after moving in, however, she began complaining about the lack of service - not getting assistance as needed, not receiving her correct doses of medications at the proper times, and staff being very disrespectful to her. Sad to say, she rapidly deteriorated & had to be rushed first to the hospital - mainly to get her meds stabilized - then on to a skilled nursing/rehab facility for renewed physical therapy - because (as they stated) she had "back-tracked" in her mobility progress while she was at Kivel. So sad, as the environment is quite pleasing and most of the residents do seem happy (at least the ones who were out of their rooms and actively participating in activities). I must agree agree with this statement which a reviewer on another site made: "If your loved one is too much work for the staff they find political reasons to get rid of them and they DO get rid of them!!!!" Unfortunately, this too was our experience. Our sister was just too much trouble, I guess. Very disappointing. We are now searching for someplace which will be more suitable for her needs.
Kivel memory carereviewed on: 11/11/2019 by Kacee jackman
My mother was in the memory care unit several years ago due to alzheimers. the facility looks great but it's more for show. from the beginning my mother was deliberately locked out of her very nice room I suppose because it was easier to keep an eye on her if she was in the common room with everyone else parked in front of the always on giant tv. One of the biggest problems I had with this place is their lack of communication with me even though I visited once a week. I felt they didnt like me asking questions. questions seemed to be viewed as complaints or questioning their methods and authority. I had concerns that they were over medicating her to make her easier to manage but when I objected I was told she would have to leave the facility. Once I acquiesced to all the meds they allowed her to stay. She went in weighing 90 lbs and was ambulatory. She quickly ballooned up to a 140 lbs. And was no longer able to walk. I saw a number of residents come and leave after only a short time. I assume their loved ones pulled them out because they found it was not all it was cracked up to be. If you are not willing to totally turn over the care and wellbeing of your loved one to them this might not be the best fit no matter how nice it looks. While kivel is required by its federal funding to accept all regardless of religion, it is my observation that the nonJewish residents tended to be the ones who left after short stays more frequently.