Whenever I've visited this facility, it's always smelled really bad. They really need to clean or sterilize the facility more. I definitely don't trust their advice, because they have a social worker there by the name of Denise who as far as I am concerned is completey inexperienced to handle the position because she has not idea how to actually deal with mental patients. From personal experience that my family is going thru currently, they are only concerned with the bottom dollar as far as we can tell. My family member is at this facility but they are not there on Medicare and/or Medicaid, they are actually paying the facility $9,000+ a month to be taken care of in the current state that they are in and instead of helping us the family when we expressed our concerns and issues with the way our family member was acting, their useless social worker stated they feel that the patient is fully rational in all of what he is doing and what he is planning and advised us that the Power Of Attorney that we have to take care of our family member is completely null and void because the patient is fully capable of making their own decision, which if that was the case our family member would not be in a mental facility, our family member would be home with us, but in the current state that our family member is, we are not able to provide him with the care that they currently need. The only reason our family member is in this facility is because we were given 2 days notice that they were being released from the hospital and Palisades Nursing Home were the only ones that would accept our family member on such short notice. If I compare them to others in their field, I wouldn't say they're the worst, but they're definitely not the best.
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