Our father was admitted to Park Terrace a few months ago to the TBI program, and our experience has been wonderful. The staff is friendly, caring and helpful. The patio is nice place to relax outdoors when we come to visit. We visited other facillites and we found Park Terrace to have more staffing, and is much cleaner.
Nursing staff and therapists work hard and diligently with the patients. However, supervisors are rude and unprofessional. Special attention needs to be directed at the facility's so called "Social Workers" in particular Dina Steinberg, her aloofness and unprofessional approach tops the list of anything I have witness. She does not work for the patient, she works for the owner to provide the least expensive method for caring for a patient. Talking to any social worker makes one feel like an intruder.
RUN for your life! This facility is terrible. It is run down, cramped, and they don't give good care. They definitely don't put the money they get from medicare/medicaid toward caring for the patients, they line their pockets. The nurses don't care about the patients well being and happiness. They don't have portable oxygen, so my father is cramped in a depressing room, with three other people, old beds, no TV and barely any light. He is diabetic and was also put on a soft diet by an occupational therapist. When I was there the woman brought him a ham sandwich on white bread with orange juice and pudding... Really? Oh, and even though we provide them with clean clothes for him... They "forget" to change him out of the previous days clothes, or just don't bother and if he has an accident, they are in no rush to change that either.
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