11550 Education Street, Auburn, CA 95602
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Although my experience there visiting a family member revealed that they have wonderful cuisine, fun activities for the residents , as well as they seemed to be pretty clean throughout the building, the med techs and upper management was very neglectful of the residents needs overall. Their requests could be heard throughout the hallways without a diligent rep once by staff who seemed to be ignoring them. The front desk’s secretary was rude and condescending when questions were asked of how the program worked and I personally observed that the care staff was not treated well and was not adequately supported by those whom were in charge. There was an activities coordinator that seemed to enjoy his job and was very loving to the residents though and it was pretty cool that pets are accepted there at the facility too.
Response from Brookdale AuburnMay 5, 2021
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. By giving us your feedback, you are helping us to understand what we do well and what we need to focus on improving. Please be assured your feedback will be reviewed and used to help better serve our residents and their families.
We chose Brookdale AUburn because of the location, it is close to the hospital and close to family as well. They did a great job with the on-boarding process and made things easy. I think they do really good with communication with everything going on. I would recommend them to others looking.
Brookdale Auburn staff don't take COVID safety measures as seriously as we would like and are largely unresponsive to questions about their operations. We have witnessed one staff member in particular NEVER wearing a mask(???), despite multiple cases of COVID among staff and residents. It is disappointing and terrifying to say the least. This being said, we think highly of the caregivers who work directly with residents and think they are amazing. This review is for administrators and the Executive Director who feel that they can approach health and safety protocols in a lackadaisical manner, putting our loved ones at heightened risk. If you are looking for a facility for your loved one during this pandemic LOOK SOMEWHERE ELSE.
Response from Brookdale AuburnMay 10, 2021
Thank you for taking the time to share your concerns. The safety and well-being of our residents is our first priority and we share their concerns as well as the concerns of their families. The staff is committed to providing the highest-quality service and care for each resident every day and we will share your feedback with the community.
Brookdale Auburn is nice and clean, the rooms are nice and big for the residents. Everyone was very friendly and very informative when i first came to check it out. We would definitely recommend this community to a family or friend.
Brookdale Auburn is a good place. The food was very good. The room sizes and layout of the community was good. They have an outdoor space for residents to use. The staff was always very helpful. We were happy with the experience.
We were greeted warmly when looking for a place for my elderly parent, but what we learned the hard way is the management of this facility told us everything we wanted to hear to get us in, and stay in, but the care was terrible. Phone calls were never returned even though they were promised. Food was more cold than hot. The staff was generally pretty good, but there appears to be a theft issue either with staff or other residents. After a few bad experiences we quickly removed our elderly parent and moved to a different place where things have been MUCH better, MUCH cheaper, with wonderful communication from staff.
I felt Brookdale is a friendly and welcoming place. They are in the midst of a major face lift with new paint scheme and carpets though out common areas. It’s has very home feel to it, not overly fancy. There are many activities every day, in fact, they were having a Hawaiian luau that day. The floor plans were a little on the small side and kitchens don’t have a stove. Rent a bit high starting at $3,595 plus $2,000 initial fee. Has age in place services available. The food menu looks like there are many choices each day and always changing.
This facility has drastically fallen in level of care, cleanliness, and value. Moved our parents out recently to a newer facility with the correct number of caregivers and staff. The food at Brookdale was mostly canned or frozen. The new facility provides food that is a 5 star in comparison. Cooked to order, not sitting in steam tables. Get this, the new place cost less. That is the difference between corporate owned and family owned. The family owned just cares more for the residents.
I loved this facility but the price was too high for our budget and my dad's diagnosis would require him to be in their memory care even though his dementia is not that severe yet.
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