7100 Dutch Branch Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76132
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Great tour. [name removed] was so informative. Seriously considering this facility.
Communication between the staff and the family was not very good. I had to initiate any communication and it seemed like my question had to get passed to several people before I got an answer. We did not have a care consultation the whole time my loved one was there. I would like to have seen better care coordination, it seemed there was not a plan to follow. I would not recommend this community to others
They have just increased their rent prices against his month, it seems to happen a lot. They are slow about passing on information especially about covid. They are never ahead of the curve and always seem behind. Overall I would not recommend to others.
Our first impression of Autumn Leaves was excellent, we really liked the director and executive director of health services. Everyone there was very open, they answered all of our questions. They were all extremely friendly and caring. The activities they offered looked excellent but due to COVID things had to be modified
My mother was cared for here from February 2016 until she passed this June 2020. After touring other facilities, Autumn Leaves immediately rose to the top due to the lovely surroundings, caring staff and caregivers, and their desire to treat each resident with respect and kindness. The food is good, there was a variety of activities and events (more so before Covid hit), and the community looks more like a hotel than a nursing home with beautiful furnishings and decor. Obviously, no place is perfect, but in my experience I would choose them all over again. My mother was well loved there and I'll forever be grateful.
visited Autumn leaves today along with several other places. This was the only one that had visible staff and the people living there were actually being tended to. It smelled nice and the staff was extremely friendly. I visited several other places today and most took quite a while to come to the door, the stench of urine hit as soon as they opened their door. I didn't get to see much of the places but people didnt look happy. I don't know how the care will be but I do plan on pursuing moving my aunt.
Our mom has been at this facility for about 1 year now and we are very comfortable with how she is treated and cared for on a daily basis. She seems more relaxed than we have seen her in several months, not nervous and anxious. The staff is very attentive to her needs and they are very good to her. She is relaxed around them and this is a huge improvement from the previous facility. We completely trust the staff at Autumn Leaves Cityview and trust the care they are providing to our mom. We are there 3 or 4 times a week checking on her the staff can always update us on her appetite and activities. If for some reason we cannot go for a day or two, we can always call and any staff member can update us immediately.
Horrible place. Understaffed, over-medicating the patients so they don't have to watch them, and management doesn't do what they say they are going to do. My mother fell over 25 in 2 months.
Would not recommend. There are not enough workers to watch the patients. Falling is a regular event. Their solution is to overmedicate which causes weight loss and dehydration. It is an unsafe environment.
I researched several facilities before selecting Autumn Leaves of City View. The deciding factors were; that Autumn Leaves is only memory care facility, the size of the facility with its staff-to-patient ratio, the cleanliness of the facility, and the politeness/attitude of the staff. The services which Autumn Leaves provided were equal to or exceeded what they had advertised or verbally expressed.
We began feeling great about our move to Autumn Leaves. Having a camera in Mom's room gave us a reassurance she was receiving kind, compassionate care. We are a family who visits every day and I know that helps also. As the months progressed we began to have problems with medications not being given properly and even allowed her to run out of medications. In each incident, we had to be the ones who brought these oversights to the administration after we observed these problems on our camera. Excuses were made and the administration would never take responsibility for the problems. They did try to cover things up and even questioned employees as to how we (the family) found out about these problems. We even tried speaking to the area excutive director with no help. The next thing we knew, suddenly the WiFi for everyone's personal cameras was being turned off. We gave our 30 day notice and found a better place, along with several other families with loved ones in residence at Autumn Leaves. We felt our mom received great personal care from the care givers despite the lack of support they received. The administrators, at all levels, were strictly there for the money in our opinion.
Small- . several activity rooms. unassisted dining an assisted. visit anytime. get a card for entry. private rooms
My husband has been residing at Autumn Leaves Memory Care Facility in Southwest Fort Worth since Oct. 1, 2017. We chose this place because it is small, everything is on one floor, and they provide a lot of activities. It is also close to where I live. We have been very happy with the treatment he is receiving. The entire staff know him and call him by name whenever they see him. They are always giving him a little touch on the shoulder or a pat on the hand to show him that they care. I have not heard one person ever talk down to him or raise their voice. Since the disease has taken over more, someone sits with him at every meal to help him eat I highly recommend Autumn Leaves
We are very happy ,we don't want to leave our name. But our loved one has done 100% better since moving here.
Staff rude [Removed] rude leave patients dirty patient's roaming the facility 1 trying to leave out the front door wondering around entering other patient's room's facility staff attitudes are [Removed]. Correct information not given most the staff the few there aren't trained to properly care for patients I wouldn't recommend.
My mom has been there for about two months and it has been great. My mom has adjusted well. The caregivers are very compassionate and attentive to my mom needs. The food is great she has actually gained 5lbs since her move in. The upper management team is awesome the executive director is always available. The nurse is great along with the doctor who have come together and made adjustment to her meds and her behaviors have decreased tremendous. They have activities going on around the clock. This community is great and would recommend to anyone who is looking for a wonderful loving atmosphere for their loved one .
We have our loved one here and it’s a lovely Place. The executive director is a nurse also and her door is always open to families. The nurse is attentive and caring . The activity director is great and has our loved one up and doing things . The food is great tasting . [Removed] at the front door is always inviting and willing to help. The building is small which helps so much with my mother , we had her at a larger building and it was just to much for her . She’s adapting quite well here. The caregivers are very good and trained in dementia. The building is decorated nice and always smells good ! Our mother had quit walking and now she’s walking with assistance. The staff truly love their job all the way to the executive director we have came in on weekends and at 9pm and she is there .
We are very disappointed with all the lies we have been told at this community and we are about to move our loved one out. Our loved one is declining due to not getting the care that is needed or deserves for what we are paying. They went 3 weeks without a shower or brushing our loved ones teeth. They say they can't figure out how to do it. They would ask and of course said no they have dementia and they just left our loved alone in bed. Needs a little motivation to do things. They have fired the activity director and haven't replaced her yet. And the nurse quit that we had a good relationship with and the new one I can't put in words how we are not pleased with her. All the residents are just sitting in the common area when you walk in just sitting with nothing no music even. The caregivers are nice as can be but they are overworked and doing the best that they can.
Autum Leaves has a home like atmosphere. Living room, kitchen, TV room, dining room, it’s like home and the treat you like family. The activity director is great and has unusual things for the residents to, do. The food is good too.
Response from Autumn Leaves of CityviewSeptember 26, 2017
Thank you, Ms. Norris, for taking the time to post your kind comments.
Facility is clean and nicely decorated small, family feel. The staff is very patient with the residents and maintain their sense of humor – much needed when dealing with dementia! Very good at providing activities for residents even those with very limited abilities.
Response from Autumn Leaves of CityviewOctober 6, 2017
Thank you for complimenting our community. Our design focuses on the specific needs of our residents. Every choice, from colors to building design, is made with their needs in mind. Our entire staff takes pride in how Autumn Leaves of Cityview looks and feels when you walk in.
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