14712 N 42nd St, Tampa, FL 33613
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I have a parent in the Angels at New Tampa. It was pretty darn good at move in. They went from a selection of two entrees for dinner to no selection. Hot dogs are often on the menu. Services change with no notice to staff or clients. Med service isn't consistent with timing. Seems to be a lack of thought to changes in staff roles and duties on residence. Laundry pick and who does what has gone from outstanding to poor.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Food at Palm Terrace assisted care is not appetizing, except for the peanut and butter. Front door of the facility is left unattended and unlocked after 9 pm. Poor security leaves the elderly residents vulnerable to Intruders.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
I have had no good experience with my resident here. Very UNDER STAFFED and unorganized. NO compassion in the entry level caregiver (Not Certified) Resident Aides they have caring for your loved one. The Ambiance is captivating. That is nothing compared to the care that is received when you become committed to their community. If you request to speak to [Name removed], you will be told she is in a meeting and will call you later, quite contrary to the service you get when your becoming a resident. Calls are returned promptly and the staff is courteous. It is all a SHOW to get you to commit your loved one to the facility. I have sat numerous times with my parent after pressing the alert button for assistance and have waited OVER 1 hour for assistance. While peeking out the door to see the Residents Aids outside the halls on their Cell Phones. I have walked past MED CARTS with residents Medications in clear sight and no Staff visible. Its very promising in the beginning but it all fades after a few short weeks/months. My parent has been left without showers numerous times, forgotten to be taken to the Diner for meals, used double diapers so the aide doesnt have to change them often, Given more meds then taken daily and when asked why so many, is told just take your meds or I will report you are refusing. :( The list goes on..... After OUR family visiting it is so sad this is the way it is. If you are able to dedicate your time 100% by visiting daily, and like the constant battle to make things right then by all means, If you are looking for a piece of mind, FIND ANOTHER FACILITY. THIS PLACE IS so commercialized, instead of feeling like a family its more like a NUMBER system and you will be lucky if your number gets called,Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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