My Mother In Law (Rosetta Beckett) was in Magnolia for 27 days. It appeared that she was not being taken care of properly as she has Medicare & Tri-Care. The Tri-Care would of given her 100 days of rehab. She was so drugged ( too much blood pressure meds or something) that she could not do rehab. The Physical Therapist said she was doing very well, when she was able to do rehab. The Social Worker told my husband on 4/26/2012 that SHE WILL NOT BE GIVEN 100 DAYS. My Mother In Law was taken out of there on 4/29/2012. She has been sent to Colorado to another rehab. I will let you know the outcome. If this is the way we are taking care of Senior Citizens we should all be ashamed of ourselves. Why would you do this to any elder? Why? The food was worse than awful, 2 people to 1 room was gross. The square footage of the rooms are too small for 2 people. I want answers.
One of the first things I noticed about this business was the level of detail and attention to make the building handicap-accessible. Even the bathrooms were designed to be accessible with doors wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs and grab bars in the stalls. You could tell they really made an effort to accommodate people with all different needs. I will definitely refer my friends and family here. They were great and I think more people should know about them. I could tell that they took pride in their office's appearance. It was very well organized and well taken care of. They're really great about taking their time with me, and they don't mind answering my questions. I've never felt like an annoyance to them no matter how many questions I have. Their office was well organized and clean. I could tell they took a lot of time making sure it was presentable.
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