7300 W Dean Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53223
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I would not put my mom there. I went to visit my friend yesterday, and found complete neglect. They are very short staffed.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My experience at Bria of Trinity Village wasn't a good one. When I first got there I pulled the cover back and the bed was soiled. It hadn't been changed. Some of the nurses wasn't use gloves or alcohol wipes to change my IV, I had to post a note on the wall to make them understand. When my IV was finished it would beep for along time even though I turned on my buzzer for help. They were always so under staffed. Calling for help to use the bathroom took way to long and many times I had to go out in the hall to find someone. One time I had to call my daughter to come and help me. Twice I was given the wrong medication, I was given 325 mg instead of 81mg. I knew what they should have given me but what about the ones who don't know what they are given. The meals were usually luke warm or cold. One time I had a piece of plastic in my mashed potatoes. I think female nurses should take care of female patients because one time I woke p and a male nurse was standing over me. The same male nurse brought me my pills and I was in the bathroom and he came in. I told him to leave the pills or come back. I felt very uneasy and violated. There system of calling for help is flawed because they don't come right away and a person could be having a heart attack, stroke or have fallen out of bed, Another reason for the dislike is when I had to leave for the hospital for a while and when I came back someone had stolen a few of my items and Bria won't replace my items. [name removed] who is the social worker there had someone go out and buy items that wasn't what was taken. I had my grandson go buy the right items taken and gave her the things back that was wrong. I also gave her the receipt to be reimbursed but she said since I didn't take what she gave me I won't get anything. I was told to go to the police and report it as a thief but all I want is my $19.63 cents. I had to confront them about not giving me my medication at night. There was of solving this was to give it to me in the morning. Sill fighting for my money. I would never go back again. There were a few staff that seemed to care.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
We hope to confirm a newly remodeled, one-bedroom apartment with possible move-in middle of October. Very sunny and cheery; with central air conditioning (not window units) There is a Catholic Mass every Wednesday morning which my friend is interested in attending.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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