It is a lovely place and each person I've encountered has been wonderful. The problem is they are very short staffed at night and the coordination and communication between care staff is not good. If you have a loved one who needs an advocate and cannot speak for themselves or do for themselves, such as someone with an injury and in any stage of dementia, they will need a family member or caregiver there with them most of the time- especially nights and weekends.
A healing environment. From the time you enter the parking, wide open areas, a canopy for entrance. From the time you enter the lobby, with its seasonal decorations, the welcoming of the receptionis t, the dining areas, and it invites families to eat, excellent food, the pt/ot room ranks as the best-the staff are excellent in teamwork approach in meeting the needs of its residents. The pt/ot room is inviting, a view to outdoors, BEAUTIFUL. The staff of pt/ot-go anywhere in the USA and match them, if you can. The activities offerred throughout the day, 7 days a week, spiritual and fun. The nursing staff, excellent teamwork approach. Environmental services-neat, clean, tidy. My 80 year old father was there for rehab to home through thanksgiving, first time in 57 years of marriage, he wasn't home with mother. The MEADOWS gift to us, he is home and doing well. We all credit the MEADOWS with their respectful excellent services they provided. Thank you , MEADOWS STAFF.
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