800 Fording Island Road, Bluffton, SC 29910
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This was one of the places that we toured when looking around. It was a very nice place. The residents all looked well taken care of and they had a very nice activities calendar, though they didn't have as many outside spots to sit. It was very nice though.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mother was a resident in the Memory Care unit in 2016-2017. During this period she developed a severe bed sore that required her to be moved to a skilled nursing facility. The problem with this facility is that they did not have a toileting schedule and my mother would sit for hours in a wet diaper. I even visited her and saw her diaper leaking urine. The staff was friendly but not well trained, underpaid and overworked.
Response from Bloom at BlufftonDecember 10, 2018
Bloom at Bluffton is a family owned and operated assisted living and memory community offering a home like environment, five star customer service, five star dining, and specialized life enrichment and memory care programs tailored around a mission of helping seniors bloom. We have extremely high resident and family satisfaction and our community has operated near maximum capacity. We’re sorry to hear about your experience in 2016, which is atypical, and appreciate the feedback, so we can continue improving. Bloom at Bluffton, since 2018, has been led by new on-site leadership, Cathy Wilmer, under the direction of Bloom Senior Living, which has been providing superior care to seniors since 1965. Ms. Wilmer is responsible for overseeing daily operations of the community and ensuring quality care and services are provided to residents. She has spent nearly 20 years as a leader in the healthcare industry. Over her long and distinguished career, Cathy has worked for various local and national providers of assisted living and memory care, as an Executive Director, leading communities throughout South Carolina. She has a strong clinical background and a proven track record of ensuring compliance with state regulations; developing strong and stable management teams; achieving high resident satisfaction rates and low associate turnover rates; and introducing new wellness, dementia and customer service programs. Cathy has been a Geriatric and Intensive Care Nurse for over two decades, and is a licensed Assisted Living Administrator in various States, including South Carolina. She is also licensed in Dental Radiology and has undergone various senior living training courses, as well as, served as a trainor. Additionally, after years in development, Bloom Senior Living, in 2018, formed Bloom U to invest in Bloom associates by providing education and professional development. Bloom U is a university with curriculum comprised of e-based and classroom courses, interactive exercises, videos, workshops, seminars, role-playing and shadowing that communicate Bloom’s training and expectations in a universal and consistent manner to all associates.
Very unfriendly staff. They have left my mom unattended many times when she needed them. Kitchen is horrible. Do not recommend.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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