While most of the staff are friendly and well meaning, however, the manager and visiting doctor avoid family meetings. My 52-year-old brother died at this facility due to their negligence and the fact that they do not have a simple food suction device for residents with dysphagia (swallowing issues). Staff are also not properly trained at CPR administration as he was given CPR when a hot dog was stuck in his throat. I would not take my dog to this facility; although, the manager would probably treat a dog better. They took my brother's money but never truly cared for his needs. Who gives a person with dysphagia a whole hot dog to eat? We also asked for feeding assistance which he never received. Find another place and monitor anyone put into an assisted living or nursing home daily!
From the owner to dietary manager, office manager Activity director and supervisors these people care About memory challenged people. A warm, welcoming Friendly environment. Affordable and family like setting
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