10B Erlin Terrace, Tewksbury, MA 01876
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Blaire House is lovely, it is a smaller building which gives off that more at home feeling, it is very welcoming. The care services are good, we have been very satisfied. Our loved one doesn't always participate in the activities but they do try their best to get him engaged which we appreciate their efforts. They have done very well with COVID and keeping them safe. They have gone above and beyond with modifying visits and stepping up their cleaning. Regardless of everything that is going on, we were amazed and so pleased.
Our loved one first lived on the assisted living side and we thought they could handle her projection she had with her memory, she is now living on the nursing side of the facility. This community is great, it is kept pretty clean. Right now they have stopped activities due to COVID, but beforehand they had church ceremonies, yoga and exercise classes. On Friday's they had get together's before dinner. The rooms are pretty good in size, she is currently living in a one bedroom. We would have to give that a four out of five. The food is not bad, we would have to give that a four in a half out of five.
Everything is always in good shape and things are usually pretty clean. The only thing here is that the entrances and some of the community spaces at are locked so there is no easy access to restrooms, which can make life difficult if you are with someone with dementia, for example. One or two of the staff seem to be really into taking care of all the residents, we love dealing with them. The other staff seem to be a little non-existent and hard to interact with. My wife enjoys it here and the fact that they have nurses on staff is great. They did take good care of her throughout the day. With regard to the Covid-19 pandemic, a major concern of mine is that the nursing center had multiple cases of the virus. There has been a lack of communication with us regarding what they are doing to mitigate the spread. We also cannot get information regarding the state audit regarding virus preparedness and they will not tell us about any corrective action taking place.
Although we've decided to place mom closer to our home, I found Blair House to be cozy and inviting. I was warmly greeted by [name removed] and the surrounding staff and, the memory care rooms I saw were very pleasant. It's great that they also have a nursing home side so residents can be easily transferred if needed. There was a male resident sitting in a lounge area when I arrived. He must have read my mind because, when our eyes met, he said, "It's good here. It's really good."
The Blaire House of Tewksbury is an amazing place. My Dad lived there from March - July of 2019. Every staff member we encountered was professional, honest and caring. I highly recommend this place!
Not the right fit for our needs at this time, a bit of sensory overload during our tour. Didn't seem quite up to the level of other places we've visited, but the availability of long term care was good.
My mom was in the dementia unit - 2 East. The staff was professional knowledgeable, and caring. It was a great experience especially considering that our family had labored for years to keep Mom at home. It was heart-breaking to place her in a nursing home, but the staff truly made my mom and the whole family feel at ease. It was obvious that the nurses and the aides felt a true calling to work with people who need memory care. They were always positive and accepting of my Mom and her mood. When my mom passed, the staff was sensitive and embraced us as they led us through the sad process. When [name removed] told me that it had been their privilege to care for my mom, I truly believed her. That was a tremendous gift to our family
I had a nice tour of this facility. Everyone was kind, and friendly. From what I saw the community looked nice, and clean. The staff I met was polite, and they answered my questions. It was a good experience, but I did feel this was the community for my father, and his needs.
Great staff, terrific facility.
Not an overall good experience at all. My elderly father spent five weeks recovering from hip surgery. He was put in the "memory care" unit. I was there every single day for 5 weeks. So very little interaction between staff and residents. Common room had a huge TV that was usually blaring a game show. Even I know Alzheimer patients are confused even more by loud noise. I was between heartbroken and angry all the time. Knew as soon as my dad recovered I was getting him out of there and into another home. We switched to Emeritus, and I witnessed the staff engaging with the patients. I think about all the other poor souls that we left behind in that horrible place. If you truly love your elderly mom, dad, aunt or uncle. Blair House is not the place. Staff puts a good show upfront for you. But you soon learn, terrible terrible place. They didn't even have a nice chair for the patients to sit on in the so called "family room".
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