4610 6th Street Place Southeast, Puyallup, WA 98374
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The most favorable part of their community is the friendliness of the support staff - the nurses, the receptionist, the people who are working directly with the residents. They seem to really care and have gone out of their way to care for my loved ones. But there are some issues that have needed ironing out with upper management. And my loved ones have been out of the facility more than they've ben in it so far.
Beautiful facility. Each one of the staff whom we met was kind and friendly. The activities looked interesting, the menu was varied, and Everything was clean. Lots of light : ) I took mom for a tour; I think she is not yet ready to make a decision.
I had a tour on [date removed]. It was nice, I liked it a lot. It was older but comfortable. The people are friendly and i have scheduled a lunch with my dad for [date removed].
I toured here when trying to find a place for my dad and it felt empty. I didn’t really see any residents in the lobby so it felt like no one wanted to socialize and the staff wasn’t really interacting with anyone. No one showed me around and I had to see the activities director. She was an assistant or something and she wasn’t able to answer any of my questions. I went on a Saturday, so I guess they don’t have anyone available. I don’t know if it was the wrong time of day, but there really wasn’t anyone out and about and doing things. The facility didn’t feel cozy. Everything looked clean but I couldn’t talk to any of the residents to see what they thought. I would’ve felt better if I could’ve done that.
Brookdale Courtyard Puyallup seems to be a good fit for my mom. I was happy they accept Medicaid, it will help out in the future. It is a very clean and well-kept community. The staff is friendly and does a good job of taking care of her.I have joined my mom for meals there and the food is good, with they offer a variety of choices, the meals seem well balanced. There are plenty of activities that the staff encourages the residents to participate. They offer a bus program to take the residents shopping and other appointments. There are nice walkways to enjoy the outdoors, seating available to relax and enjoy the company of other residents, or sit quietly and enjoy the surroundings. I would recommend this community to others.
We toured this community and liked the staff here. We wanted a community that was able to give us transportation when needed. We were happy with the staff and the care that was offered. We like the menu and the activity that would have been offered.
This community looked nice when we visited. The people I met were nice and knowledgable. They seem to offer some daily activities and pets are allowed. This community just did not feel like it would work for my loved one.
Some staff are great, some are surly and should be fired. Some concerns raised with management don't seem to be resolved long term. Separate departments seem to point fingers at each other. Good staff seem to disappear, apparently because of low pay &/or bad conditions. I love talking to the residents, they're the best part; first thing you'll notice when walking in is how friendly they are. Most I've talked to share a common disdain for those running the place. That's how I found out it took mgmt a whole year to get rid of one combative resident who assaulted others. Housekeeping says corporate won't fund some basic replacement items. No pendant batteries in stock. My parent probably gets worse treatment because unable to get around and speak to others. One assistant has such a defective personality she has to be shadowed by senior staff and STILL is unpleasant. Short-staffed: calls for assistance during meal times are greatly delayed. All this for >4,000 month. I'll have more to say after I get my parent out of there. If your parent can move around, participate in activities and likes the company of others, it's an OK place. Otherwise forget it. Sorry I sound bitter but boy were we fooled. Short of a lawsuit I don't expect them to change but if I can save one immobile parent from being abandoned here it will be worth it.
I would not go here if I had to. This place was not clean and it smelled very bad. The food was horrible and not fit to eat. The aides were not friendly at all. They need to have more inservice with their employees to teach them how to approach people. I saw on the tour that one of the residents asked three different nurse for help and not one stopped to help him.
The marketing and sales staff along with administrators give a gleaming report of the facility when in fact there is no supervisor or manager after hours or on weekends and 60 plus residents are called for by a few aids. They say they are a 24 hour care facility but the building is designed for assisted living. No one can see into the rooms. Our loved one was shipped back to the hospital twice when he was a DNR, comfort care even thought the administrative staff promised he would not be. They love your money, promise 24 hour care and they did not come through. Our loved one hadn't eaten or drank anything in 5 days and we were not notified until he fell and then they sent him to the hospital. No one takes ownership for the poor care given to our family members.
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