Brighton Gardens of Westlake

27819 Center Ridge Road Westlake OH 44145

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Brighton Gardens provides assisted living in an apartment-style setting that offers the simple pleasures - nutritious food, comfortable surroundings, and the support of a warm, caring and competent staff. A separate Special Care Center for residents with Alzheimer's or other memory related disorders is also on-site. The key to our success in the Special Care Center is our dedicated and compassionate staff, which receives special training and supervision. Our Special Care programming offers a variety of activities designed to achieve memory enrichment and positive social interactions. Caring for residents with dementia is a partnership between the community and the family, frequent family visits are encouraged and support groups and advisory councils are arranged. A Short Stay Program for seniors who need short-term care may also be available. It is the ideal alternative for recuperating after a hospital stay, while family caregivers are on vacation or if you just want to try out assisted living. Please call for more information or to schedule a visit to find out how Brighton Gardens can enrich your life or the life of a loved one.

Pricing at Brighton Gardens of Westlake

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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Brighton Gardens of Westlake

3.9 of 5 Average rating
38 Reviews
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(20) A Place For Mom
(18) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Dad not showered for weeks plus bait & switch referral credit scam

    My father entered Brighton in April 2019 on a respite basis. We were told about their $2,000 referral credit special as an enticement to move in. Once he was in and we got our first bill, we asked about the credit. We were told it was only available to permanent residents (info conveniently withheld when we moved him in). My father ended up staying through September 2019. In July we were told that my father automatically became a permanent resident 30 days after move in. There is a $1500 move-in fee for permanent residents and they decided to charge us. We asked for the $2,000 credit but were told that we would only be getting the July referral promo credit which was sadly reduced to $1,000. We explained that the May credit was $2,000 and we requested it back then several times but were denied it. They refused to give us the other $1,000. Upon telling them we were leaving and serving out our 30 day notice, they failed to shower my father for almost two full weeks. My father begged for a shower and finally asked for my intervention. I called and demanded a shower that day but it still took three more days before he got one. Meanwhile a rash he had worsened. He was humiliated having to go down to the dining room and sit at tables with others while he smelled badly (he has issues with both urinary and mild fecal incontinence sometimes), and looking unkempt. He skipped several meals because he was embarrassed. When I called the director, [name removed], about this and asked that we be credited on the final bill for showering services and some meals, and I recorded the call, he apologized and said that he would find a way to reduce the final bill. He also said he'd look into the referral bait-and-switch. He told me he'd call me in a few days. Thereafter he failed to return my phone calls and emails. I've been getting bills with late fees attached as I await a promised adjustment that is never going to come. Even when I told him I was reporting him to various agencies etc. he didn't care. Run from this place! There are so many other facilities to choose from. We had a terrible experience here with more than just the director. The care coordinator, [name removed], is awful. In six months there we never had a single meeting about my dad's care. She canceled the only one we did have and never rescheduled. She knew about my dad not having a shower and still took days to get him one. I could go on and on. Just take your loved one somewhere else.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Dad not showered for weeks plus bait & switch referral credit scam

    My father entered Brighton in April 2019 on a respite basis. We were told about their $2,000 referral credit special as an enticement to move in. Once he was in and we got our first bill, we asked about the credit. We were told it was only available to permanent residents (info conveniently withheld when we moved him in). My father ended up staying through September 2019. In July we were told that my father automatically became a permanent resident 30 days after move in. There is a $1500 move-in fee for permanent residents and they decided to charge us. We asked for the $2,000 credit but were told that we would only be getting the July referral promo credit which was sadly reduced to $1,000. We explained that the May credit was $2,000 and we requested it back then several times but were denied it. They refused to give us the other $1,000. Upon telling them we were leaving and serving out our 30 day notice, they failed to shower my father for almost two full weeks. My father begged for a shower and finally asked for my intervention. I called and demanded a shower that day but it still took three more days before he got one. Meanwhile a rash he had worsened. He was humiliated having to go down to the dining room and sit at tables with others while he smelled badly (he has issues with both urinary and mild fecal incontinence sometimes), and looking unkempt. He skipped several meals because he was embarrassed. When I called the director, [name removed], about this and asked that we be credited on the final bill for showering services and some meals, and I recorded the call, he apologized and said that he would find a way to reduce the final bill. He also said he'd look into the referral bait-and-switch. He told me he'd call me in a few days. Thereafter he failed to return my phone calls and emails. I've been getting bills with late fees attached as I await a promised adjustment that is never going to come. Even when I told him I was reporting him to various agencies etc. he didn't care. Run from this place! There are so many other facilities to choose from. We had a terrible experience here with more than just the director. The care coordinator, [name removed], is awful. In six months there we never had a single meeting about my dad's care. She canceled the only one we did have and never rescheduled. She knew about my dad not having a shower and still took days to get him one. I could go on and on. Just take your loved one somewhere else.

  • Dad wasn't showered for weeks & running a bait & switch referral credit scam

    My father entered Brighton in April 2019 on a respite basis. We were told about their $2,000 referral credit special as an enticement to move in. Once he was in and we got our first bill, we asked about the credit. We were told it was only available to permanent residents (info conveniently withheld when we moved him in). My father ended up staying through September 2019. In July we were told that my father automatically became a permanent resident 30 days after move in. There is a $1500 move-in fee for permanent residents and they decided to charge us. We asked for the $2,000 credit but were told that we would only be getting the July referral promo credit which was sadly reduced to $1,000. We explained that the May credit was $2,000 and we requested it back then several times but were denied it. They refused to give us the other $1,000. Upon telling them we were leaving and serving out our 30 day notice, they failed to shower my father for almost two full weeks. My father begged for a shower and finally asked for my intervention. I called and demanded a shower that day but it still took three more days before he got one. Meanwhile a rash he had worsened. He was humiliated having to go down to the dining room and sit at tables with others while he smelled badly (he has issues with both urinary and mild fecal incontinence sometimes), and looking unkempt. He skipped several meals because he was embarrassed. When I called the director, [Name removed], about this and asked that we be credited on the final bill for showering services and some meals, and I recorded the call, he apologized and said that he would find a way to reduce the final bill. He also said he'd look into the referral bait-and-switch. He told me he'd call me in a few days. Thereafter he failed to return my phone calls and emails. I've been getting bills with late fees attached as I await a promised adjustment that is never going to come. Even when I told him I was reporting him to various agencies etc. he didn't care. Run from this place! There are so many other facilities to choose from. We had a terrible experience here with more than just the director. The care coordinator, [name removed], is awful. In six months there we never had a single meeting about my dad's care. She canceled the only one we did have and never rescheduled. She knew about my dad not having a shower and still took days to get him one. I could go on and on. Just take your loved one somewhere else.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Dad wasn't showered for weeks & running a bait & switch referral credit scam

    My father entered Brighton in April 2019 on a respite basis. We were told about their $2,000 referral credit special as an enticement to move in. Once he was in and we got our first bill, we asked about the credit. We were told it was only available to permanent residents (info conveniently withheld when we moved him in). My father ended up staying through September 2019. In July we were told that my father automatically became a permanent resident 30 days after move in. There is a $1500 move-in fee for permanent residents and they decided to charge us. We asked for the $2,000 credit but were told that we would only be getting the July referral promo credit which was sadly reduced to $1,000. We explained that the May credit was $2,000 and we requested it back then several times but were denied it. They refused to give us the other $1,000. Upon telling them we were leaving and serving out our 30 day notice, they failed to shower my father for almost two full weeks. My father begged for a shower and finally asked for my intervention. I called and demanded a shower that day but it still took three more days before he got one. Meanwhile a rash he had worsened. He was humiliated having to go down to the dining room and sit at tables with others while he smelled badly (he has issues with both urinary and mild fecal incontinence sometimes), and looking unkempt. He skipped several meals because he was embarrassed. When I called the director, [Name removed], about this and asked that we be credited on the final bill for showering services and some meals, and I recorded the call, he apologized and said that he would find a way to reduce the final bill. He also said he'd look into the referral bait-and-switch. He told me he'd call me in a few days. Thereafter he failed to return my phone calls and emails. I've been getting bills with late fees attached as I await a promised adjustment that is never going to come. Even when I told him I was reporting him to various agencies etc. he didn't care. Run from this place! There are so many other facilities to choose from. We had a terrible experience here with more than just the director. The care coordinator, [name removed], is awful. In six months there we never had a single meeting about my dad's care. She canceled the only one we did have and never rescheduled. She knew about my dad not having a shower and still took days to get him one. I could go on and on. Just take your loved one somewhere else.

  • Very nice, clean pleasant place. Willing to work with the family and patient. Highly recommend especially for transitioning memory care patients.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Very nice, clean pleasant place. Willing to work with the family and patient. Highly recommend especially for transitioning memory care patients.

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