I don't understand why is it that this facility can call themselves A rehabilitation center. I saw patients sitting in wheel chairs waiting to be taken to wherever for hours. I saw Hoya lifts being us ed to get patients in and out of bed, where is the continuity of pt on the floors if patients are not given the opportunity to stand with two assistants, at least to stand and pivot to get into their wheelchairs. The aides dont do anything but change diapers, use a Hoya lift, and feed patients. I have noticed that only patients with some cognitive references are taken to physical therapy. Of coarse if they understand then they will follow instruction, but those that don't understand are not tolerated enough to see any improvement. I am totally disappointed in this NH especially since it is run by nuns, and our tax dollars are trying to help these poor people. I hope some government person from the health department sees this comment.
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