493 Stony Hill Rd, Yardley, PA 19067
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We did a lot of research and did our homework before deciding on a place. Arden Courts seemed lovely. They talked a good story. I feel like the sales person was very good at her job and sold us a bill of goods. They just didn't do what they said they'd do. The doctor on staff was there weekly instead of daily as they had promised. There were half as many nurses on staff per shift than they had promised. They said they would bathe my loved one more than once a week, and they didn't. Her hair looked disheveled, and she was wearing mismatched old clothes, despite the brand new nice things I had brought for her that were never unpacked. I could go on and on. I put my loved one in the facility, she got her shots and was in quarantine, and shortly after that she came down with Covid and passed away a few days later. They had told me no one in the facility had Covid when she moved in. I would call daily to see how she was doing, and they would tell me she was fine. But when I was finally allowed to come in, I saw she had gone all morning without her hearing aid in or glasses on. I couldn't believe they would leave her like that all morning, completely unable to hear and see. It's been a horrible experience, and I'm very upset. We brought a little refrigerator and bottled water for her so she wouldn't have to leave her room to get a drink, and it never got plugged in. We set up cable, and it was never plugged in during the two weeks she was there. If she hadn't died of Covid, I feel she would have died from a broken heart and lack of dignity. And we couldn't even hold her hand and be there with her. If I could do it again, I would have found a way to continue paying for full-time nurses. The day she was admitted to the hospital for Covid, she had explosive diarrhea in her easy chair. Days later when we went to pick it up, it still had feces all over it. I would give them negative scores if I could.
Good place for a loved one. Just be sure you visit often. Lots of falls and many times no one is around. Short staffed but most Aida that work there are wonderful
My mother was in Arden courts for 7 months. Overall she had a good experience after I complained a few times about certain staff. One aid treated the residents horribly. Once I complained they moved her to a different wing. Many times they were so short staffed I helped with activities and served meAls. I suggested some one in charge work nites and weekends since the care was usually lacking then. So many residents do not have visitors which is so sAd. Thank you to the aids who go above and beyond like [names removed] to name a few Mm
My father was just a resident at Arden Court. They assured me they could care for an Alzheimers patient on hospice and they do not have the capability or staffing to adequately care for someone on hospice.
My Mother is a Hospice Resident at Arden Courts in Yardley. As a result of two devastating in one eight (8) hour period, my Mother was finally admitted to St. Mary's Hospital with a concussion, brain bleed, fractured wrist (which I complained about the bruising and she was refused treatment), fractured nose and bruised over most of her body. She was placed on a feeding tube and released back to Arden Courts with Hospice Care. She gained 3 lbs in a week and then lost 7 lbs in one month. While this may be normal, I was told by a care giver that my Mom was eating her dinner with her fingers.. The caregiver told me that "whatever works"! The food was macaroni salad. Her wash is disappearing and even with me doing her wash, I find other residents clothing in my Mother's room in her closet. I personally feel that the nursing staff does only what they absolutely need to do. This is my personal recent experience of this facility. Arden Court is owned by Manor Care in Ohio. Research the company and then Arden Courts who employed a caregiver who was arrested for abuse in I believe 2015. She was caught on a Nanny cam. The troubling question, why wasn't the staff noticing the abuse. Please read the article on the internet. My suggestion is a Nanny Cam in the room, I would post my pictures, but I do not know how,
Arden Courts put out the welcome mat for my husband when he first moved in, and as a result, he transitioned nicely. Any question or concern I have had has been immediately addressed. I feel I have a team of professionals working on my husbsnd’s behalf.
I have been wanting to write a review for some time now. By far the hardest decision I ever made but have never regretted my decision to choose Arden Courts in Yardley. I am continually impressed by the kindness and dignity that they give their residents. My mom has come to life again. They do not talk down to their residents they treat them like the respected individuals they are. I would choose them again!! I have told all my friends if you have to make such a decision come to Arden Courts. Yardley is the best. Two thumbs up!!
I had the privilege of visiting my Godson at Arden Courts of Yardley. I cannot find the words to express what I think about the place or the people who work there, they are angels! I vstayed for hours everyday during my weeklong visit and saw countless acts of kindness. Thank you for all you do!
We looked at all the places in the area and chose this place. From the day our mom moved in we’ve had peace of mind. The staff are kind and compassionate and they treat the people who live there with respect.
Everyone here is great. From [Removed] in the front office to [Removed] in the nursing office. Caregivers know what to do for the residents. My mom is living life again and being social. She's always clean, always smiling, always happy! Don't go anywhere else if you need help with someone with dementia. They are the best!
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