4005 Ripa Ave, St. Louis, MO 63125
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I really thought we had found a great place for Mom. It started out fine the first week in rehab, then moved to long term care. A big difference between rehab facility and long term. A large part of the long term staff have very bad attitudes. They make you feel you're putting them out when you're interrupting their personal conversation after standing at the nurses station for 5 minutes with no one acknowledging you're standing there. THE ultimate insult was when we discovered someone stole $10 and 50 cents she kept in her cosmetic bag...really! Stealing from a 90 year old! Sad!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Horrible rehab experience for my father suffering with dementia. They apparently are not equipped to deal with anyone with any problems especially dementia but yet accepted him anyway$$$$$. If you cant function on your own I would warn you to stay away. The problem with that is that you are in need of assistance when you go to a rehab facility = a catch 22. My father was sent back to the hospital after a supervised visit to the restroom where the sink was pulled off of the wall somehow. You tell me how that happens. It wasn't until after that that I was told he would not be able to return to the facility (a blessing in hindsight) because they "can't deal with patients with behaviors (dementia)". No compassion and only wanted to get paid. They even lost his only pair of prescription glasses.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
There is a aid in the Brighton area that makes residents wait or ignores them doesn’t want to do her job and Sherbrooke Villages administration and DON is okay with that they don’t do anything about it to make the situation better. The residents should be treated respectfully They pay the aids salary, they should not start complaining in front of family and residents about the residents.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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