2714 Poplar Hill Rd, Lima, NY 14485
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My mother in law was there for two years until her private pay money ran out. Once money dries up the facility finds a way to get rid of you. My mother in law went to hospital then rehab having became ill and could not take care of herself. They day the owner came to visit her in rehab, she had oxygen on, he told her they cannot meet her needs and told her not to come back! The same day she was taken off oxygen and gained all her strength back. Now my mother in law is looking for someplace to go. They have painted her in a light of being difficult. She was never allowed to open the window in her room, if it was open she was yelled at by owner!!! If she left tv on when going to eat, she was yelled at by owner and owners daughter the nurse with an attitude! The bathing facilities are disgusting, I looked, I took pictures and wanted to blow them in, unsanitary, tile off walls, looks like a slop sink, I would not wash my dog where they wash people! My wife, has tried to talk to owners about concerns, he ends up yelling at her and calling her a [language removed], and if you do not like it take your mom home! The owners daughter is just as helpful! There are always empty rooms, for a reason, their favorite people are ones who get no visitors just checks! Yes, some people just send money! If you hate your mother or father, send them HERE!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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