5417 Altamesa Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76123
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Our loved one absolutely loves this community, she loves everyone there and everyone loves her. However, we are quite frustrated, what they say in the beginning is not the case, nothing ever happens. Our loved one is supposed to get three showers a week, with a little assistance and that does not happen. There are no activities, they did not help us out in the beginning filling out our loved ones meal schedule, we had no idea what to do. There is just a lack of communication. Our loved one is diabetic and they are not paying attention to their dietary restrictions, but now things are getting a little more under control.
We chose this facility because the director were more personable and felt like they were more interested in actually helping my mom rather than just the money. They have been really good with communication, the staff members here are great and always transparent. I did see the activities calendar when I went in and they seem to have a lot of options. I would recommend to others looking.
I would want others to know that we had a bad experience here. They do not care at all for your loved ones especially if they are combative. When I went into his room they were not cleaning so it was very messy, I had to give him showers and clean his room myself. His clothes went missing when we were here, when he would go to the bathroom or dirty them, they would toss them out. They also changed management 3 different times during our stay here. I also witnessed abuse twice when I stayed here overnight when they did not know I was there, I contacted their director about it and they said they reported it to the State. She was only suspended for 2 weeks. I would not recommend this facility to anyone.
I have been pretty pleased with this community. The maintenance is very good. The staff are attentive to residents. The nurse really knows her job and she is wonderful . Staff has said my sister has had a remarkable adjustment and is very happy there now. I believe is has to do with the suggestions by the nursing staff. I will definitely suggest Bethesda Garden to anyone needing an assisted living situation.
Our experience with Bethesda Gardens began well enough, but since most of the primary staff with whom we first dealt left the facility by March, my husband's "care" was suspect. I would advise anybody who has a loved one needing care--especially one who has any behavioral issues--to check this (or any other facility) out thoroughly so that you don't have the type of experience we did the last few months. The trust we'd had in the previous staff had dwindled, and my husband is now deceased.
This is a wonderful place, the director (name removed) is a gem. Memory care is difficult and it is very hard to find a good place that will do the right thing. I'm grateful to have found Bethesda and highly recommend it.
My mother in law is a changed woman since moving to Bethesda 7 months ago. She is involved and excited for each new day. Great staff, always working to make it the best ever. Wonderful location with people who care.
They were nice and kind did work great but it smelled like poop all day when I visited
I have a long list of issues with this facility. I recommended to not put your loved one here. My mother is there now and it has been one issue after another.
I was excited about this place for my mother but the service has been below par. 1.) The alert button for the nurse/tech on call did not work for the first 3 days at the facility. 2.) She was not give an emergency medical device until she had been there 4 days. We heard from another resident's daughter that her mother needed help and had to call 911 because no one responded to the medical alert device. 3.) She almost missed a Dr.'s appointment because the front desk person forgot to tell the driver about her appointment. 4.) My mother was put in a temporary room due to a water leak of some sort in her designated room. They promised to have the floor repaired in 2 weeks and it is now 3 weeks and work has not yet started. There will be more to add I'm sure.
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