I agree. I was there in 2010. Was there 2 months. The PT & Occupational were over 100%, But only had a handful of nurses/aids. I hated it. The food was always bad (I lost 30 lbs). My roommate always needed help during the night & it would take up to 20 minutes to respond. I had $$$$ stolened and finally had to sit at their door to be reimbursted. They act like they care when you first arrive, then nothing. I saw nurses (males) teat other patients with no compasion. If they were in the way they would push their wheel chair hard, to go down the hall. Only time they seemed to care is when the "head honcho"s were touring. They need to follow up on this stuff. I almost called the regional person to complain.
I stayed at manor care fairfax for over a month. It was only of the worst times of my life. Some of the staff were wonderful. My physical and vocational therapists were amazing. Buuuut, the night crew was horrible and made life there hell. Not changing my roommates diaper so he sat in he own filth for hours. It smell awful and made us both miserable. When they did change him they would try to touch me without washing their hands. Discusting!Asking to get the pain meds that I was prescribed was like pulling teeth and I was made to feel like I was some kind of addict because I didn't want to lie there in pain. My mother found random syringes in the guest couch. They have nurse training and several of them couldn't perform simple tasks like giving shots. I should not have to explain to some kid not to flick to actual needle that your about to stick into my skin. Also one guy didn't even get the needle in my skin. He just squeezed the liquid onto me. NOT LYING!!!! DONT GO HERE!!!! I lost a lot of weight also because the meals were terrible and very small.
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