9101 Winton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231
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Just to state the facts: Father-in-law has frontal lobe dementia and shows signs of irritation and at times aggression because of his disease. He needed to live in their memory care unit. They assessed him, we told them he was difficult at times and they said it was not a problem. We are private pay because he didn't need skilled nursing care, so we brought them more per month since they are not billing the gov't for his partial care needs. We were told by some others in the industry that facilities will often say yes because the pay is higher for private pay patients. But often times they are not really ready to handle the care needed. Long story short, 3 months at place with a few incidents (they described as no big deal) and kicked us out with one day notice. Before discharge we were told he stopped taking meds for many days. They are legally allowed to give them in other forms like liquid and sprinkles, but they won't because they don't want any legal risks. However they will tell you before you move in that they will do this, so that is a sales trick. If your family member is difficult and gets irritated and won't take meds on their own, this place is not a good fit. Just a word of advice, they can and will remove any difficult patient, don't let them think they wont. If your loved one is mellow and easy to take care of, this place can work, if not, seriously consider alternatives.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My relative has been in this facility for several years. [Removed]. The food here is terrible. The activities very low functioning. The call light has been broken at least 3 times this month. We were told by the director that this would be fixed yet it has not. My Grandmother called me to report that staff were not feeding her. I had to call the front desk to request that she be fed at 7 pm. Nursing staff told my Grandma not to wear oxygen in the shower but to be quick in the shower so she could go without it. My Grandma reports to us frequently that nobody is checking on her. I set up a camera in the room for her safety and confirmed people are not doing checks. One morning when my grandma did not eat the cook came out and questioned her and said the food was bad that day because she didn't feel good. The call light is out and nobody at the desk or anyone on the phone to be reached for help. Tonight a staff member ([Removed]) told me that no RN was present. I asked when she would be back and was told she would be on break until 10:15 pm. Since my Grandmother's call light was not working I asked [Removed] to make sure to do 2 hour checks and [Removed] informed me that the call light was working. The call light was not working because I personally checked. There are some friendly staff ([Removed] an aide, [Removed]-desk, and [removed] housekeeping). I am in healthcare and this is unacceptable. My Grandma is private pay and is here for assisted living. No call light or any way to reach staff is completely unacceptable. This has been an ongoing issue. I reported to the directors that a cook tried to bully my Grandma and 2 days later my Grandma is calling me crying that nobody is checking on her, no call light and no food at 7 pm. We are getting her out of here.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Picking a senior living center for my mother was a very difficult decision. We chose the Brookdale Senior Living in Finneytown and the experience has been exceptional from the beginning. The facility looks great and is very clean. The staff continually exceeds my expectations with the care given to my mother. When I asked my mom how she liked the staff, she commented they are “Johnny on the spot” for everything. My experience with Brookdale Finneytown has given me peace of mind that we found a place where mom feels at home and we feel she is taken care of like a family member.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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