3535 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007
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Review of BelMont Cardiff as a family member of a Long term resident in the Neighborhood. Multiple turnover in staff, and frequently shorthanded. The staff who are there frequently look over worked. The activities person is very good, but often the only care person available for the group. Get everything in writing, and I mean everything, signed and agreed to, and expect them to live up to every word. They charge you extra for every little thing. They can be very uppity, and the compassion and quality you pay for is absolutely going down !! The food is good, but it has also changed. The Menu has changed, plus it seems like the cook has also changed, because the food is not as consistently good, and upscale as it was in the past.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The community was great, and we are very happy with Belmont Village Cardiff. There is a high turnover staff, but they still seem to get to the residents. They still have the tried and true caretakers for the residents. There are lots of activities for the residents to choose from to participate in. You can call anytime and setup a Zoom meeting, and you can be as active in the care for your loved one as you would like.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mother is in independent living. and she likes her apartment, the building is modern and comfortable, and the food and food service is pretty good. The activities list is quite varied, and the management responds to suggestions from the residents. But all through the summer, they were short-staffed; rooms weren't getting cleaned and they had to cancel various activities. The residents who need assistance to get to meals, etc., have to wait long times to get a response to their calls. Now that it is practically October, this issue has improved somewhat. They're cleaning the rooms, but they're still short on staff for the resident's activities. Today (a Sunday) they cancelled the church runs. What's it going to be like during the holidays when the few remaining staff members start taking time off to spend with their families? Activities are an extremely important part of the social, mental, and physical health care that they are supposed to be providing.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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