I found this facility to be one that the board of health should visit. I could not believe that the Administrator's personal dog is allowed on premises (not a therapy dog) in the kitchen with dog hairs flying all over the place. This facility is an old house owned by a non-medical person which is in need of a major repair. It is also dirty and I would never allow any of pets to go inside, much less a family member. The facility also needs an entirely new administrator and staff as this is where a huge part of the problems are. These patients should be allowed outside; instead they are told "it's too cold/windy" when in fact it was a nice day - just lazy employees. Most of the help act as if they are doing you a favor when asked for their assistance. The employees look depressed or mad each day and allow the patients to feel that mood, disgusting. Should you visit be prepared to cry for these "captive" human beings! :( PLEASE DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER PUTTING YOUR FAMILY MEMBER AT THE MERCY OF THIS FACILITY. IT WILL ONLY SPEED UP THEIR DEMISE.
I could tell that they took pride in their office's appearance. It was very well organized and well taken care of. They never left me for an extended period of time and I never felt ignored. When comparing them to others I have visited for the same condition, they are among the best I have seen.
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