Testimonials about other Primrose Retirement Communities

Testimonials about other Primrose Retirement Communities

Sioux Falls Primrose
7400 South Louise Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57108-5912
(605) 789-5180
siouxfalls@primroseretirement.com

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Primrose of Sioux Falls is hosting an Autumn Open House on Saturday, September 30th from 9:00-11:00 am. Continental breakfast will be served and tours will be given. banner

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Mary, Nurse
Rodney, Cook
Melissa, Manager



The size of Primrose makes it so easy to get to know all of my neighbors and the staff. I enjoy how friendly all of the staff is and that I get to choose how to spend my day. If I feel like reading, I grab a library book and read in my apartment. If I feel like visiting with my neighbors, I go to one of the lounges or another activity that is going on. I am really glad to call Primrose home!

— Eldon, resident


Primrose lives up to its model "This is Living" thanks to you and your staff. I'm so happy to be one of the residents!

— Rose Ann R.


I love everything about Primrose! I enjoy going on the different outings and being a greeter at the Open House Events. The staff are always so willing to help anytime I need assistance.

— Ursie Wittrock


If you're looking for a community, come to Primrose. And if you play cribbage, that's even better! Try Primrose. It's wonderful and the staff are so good to you!

— Joyce Steever


There are no Sweeter Words than "I am going Home."

I had that chance about a month ago and I believe them. I knew two years ago I could not live alone, so I sold my beloved home and moved into Primrose. And it became my home.

I lived here for a year before unfortunately I had to move out. I spent six months in several hospitals and nursing homes. But at last I heard those sweet words, "You can go home again." I moved back into Primrose and plan on staying here for the rest of my life.

Thank You Primrose for giving me such a warm Welcome home.

— Joyce Leichtman