5219 Old Wake Forest Rd, Raleigh, NC 27609
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Really like this facility. Very inviting and felt like home. Great activity board along with the food menu. I liked that they asked residents for input in the activities and food menu. Nothing negative to say
Nice place, but prices listed at A Place for Mom are incorrect by thousands. I would not have visited if I knew the real prices (I think that the place just changed hands and the prices have not been updated?). We spoke with the Sales & Marketing Director who was very salesman-like, it was like he was selling cars and he was quite rude to a resident when she asked him a question during our tour. Otherwise, the place is clean, residents looked happy and healthy, it has a very small population so felt more home-like, but price was very high compared to other places.
Many thanks to the wonderful staff at Carillon. They welcomed my dad, looked after his personal and physical needs when we couldn’t, and made it a joy to [removed] The director was particularly attuned to my dad’s needs and personality (not always an easy thing to manage), and his decisions had long-lasting, positive meaning to our family. Highly recommended!
I do not understand why this facility has the reviews on here that it does... The experience for my family has been nothing but absolutely wonderful. The entire staff from [name removed] to [name removed] to [name removed] to [name removed] to [name removed] to [name removed] to [name removed] to everyone else we met; they have been incredibly patient, helpful, knowledgeable, and kind through this tough transition. Truthfully, they have gone above and beyond to help us get my grandparents settled and adjusted. In addition, the facility is clean, the residents are so sweet and welcoming, and the overall ambiance is very home-like and warm. I highly recommend this facility to anyone looking for a home for their loved one(s). You won't be disappointed.
I had a family member at Carillon of North Raleigh, and I was very impressed with the care and kindness of the staff. They went over and above what I expected in helping my difficult family member through several crises. This is a very good place. I highly recommend it!
My wife who suffers from dementia/Ahlzheimers was a resident for 5 weeks. In which time Carillon managed to give her a continuous case of diarrhea, a fall that almost killed her and drugged her into a stupor. They ignored her gluten free diet and never notified me of the drug increases they and their nurse quack were administering to her. I am pursuing legal avenues after they billed me an outrageous charge for removing her. Do not use this facility
no skilled nursing
My tour here went well but I did notice that the residents were not interacting much with one another and my wife needs that interaction with people and activities. The courtyard also faced a street. I did not have a good feeling about this community at all.
This community offers a spin down to medicaid option. It is a nice community and the people met were friendly and knowledgeable. This community was our second choice. They do offer a lot of activities. The community we chose was a little closer to the budget we were looking for.
This was a very stressful time for both my Mother and me. She was in the dementia area. Medicine was not given on time, showers were not given when suppose to based on many different excuses. Medicine overdosed twice and [removed] on her first week there and had to find out by another employee and was never informed about it. I observed other residents not eating and plates being picked up without helping them eat. One employee would stand by residents as they were being fed and stayed on her cell phone the entire time without assisting anyone. John the manager told me numerous conflicting information. They used the facility doctor to provide medical information that only benefited them and not the patient. If you care for your loved one, please do no leave them at this facility.
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