They did a good job keeping the community clean. The staff was attentive to my mother and all treated her well. They were very nice to her and made her feel special. They took good care of her and helped her whenever she needed. They did offer activities for the residents to participate in and the residents did seem to enjoy what was being offered. We did think Cedar Hill was a good value for the price. I would recommend Cedar Hill to other families. The one criticism I have is that they did have a relationship with one particular pharmacy that they convinced my mother to go with. The same medication she was taking was much more expensive than what it was at the other pharmacy. After we cancelled her medication through the more expensive pharmacy, they billed us for several months after and did not refund our money.... Read more
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They did a good job keeping the community clean. The staff was attentive to my mother and all treated her well. They were very nice to her and made her feel special. They took good care of her and helped her whenever she needed. They did offer activities for the residents to participate in and the residents did seem to enjoy what was being offered. We did think Cedar Hill was a good value for the price. I would recommend Cedar Hill to other families. The one criticism I have is that they did have a relationship with one particular pharmacy that they convinced my mother to go with. The same medication she was taking was much more expensive than what it was at the other pharmacy. After we cancelled her medication through the more expensive pharmacy, they billed us for several months after and did not refund our money.
When my parents first got there, the staff did a great job caring for my parents. When the new management took over there was a decline. I don't think the new staff is doing as well taking care of the residents. The food is good. They have a lot of outdoor space.
Memory care unit is a joke No caregivers in site to monitor memory care residents. Medications are not given on time etc. no activities provided for the memory Care Residents. The Commons area has old urine stained furniture. The Communication between staff is sparse. Trash outside and black mold spores inside the residents air/heating units In Their rooms . I would NOT recommend this community if your loved one needed memory care. No licensed nurse in community to check that medication are given or to given meds as required by state for residents with dementia/Alzheimer’s. This community just cares about your monthly payment. Horrible
We enjoyed a tour at Cedar Hill which has been renovated. Very nice rooms and each room is private with a private bath.
Working with facility. They are extremely helpful and accommodating.
Response from Cedar Hill Senior LivingOctober 20, 2017
Thank you so much for the 5-star review and the kind words.
I would recommend Cedar Hill Senior Living to friends and family. My father was in good hands. The staff was nice and their communication with us was good. The meals provided could use a little more taste to them. I felt like my father was in a safe place and also a very clean community.
Response from Cedar Hill Senior LivingSeptember 19, 2017
Thank you so much for the 5-star review and the kind words. Our entire team works so hard to make sure our residents have a safe and wonderful place to call home. These words confirm that our hard work is moving in the right direction. As for the meals, we appreciate the feedback - meals are a continuous process at the community. Thank you again for the kind review and words - we so appreciate such!
My mom is doing well at Cedar Hill Senior Living. The staff is attentive and very easy to talk to. They answer all of my questions and they make my mom feel very comfortable. The community is well kept and very clean. They have an activity room and they offer many activities that my mom can partake in.
Cedar Hill is not just a Personal care facility, it is home to all of the residents. The staff there is awesome and they go above and beyond their call of duty. It takes special people to do this kind of work and they have a great team. I would recommend them to anyone looking for placement for themselves or a family member. You will not be disappointed!
This assistant living is horrible a place. [removed] I'd never put my love one's in this place. Residents has told me stories [removed] The help is always short-handed and over-worked. They lie about their employee fulfilling their job duties so they don't get employee benefits. There is about a 90% turn-over with this company. Don't be foolhardy and gullible people. There is a reason this place charges less money. I know several people who moved their family members out of Cedar Hill [removed] The place is not clean and the residents complains about the food. I've seen all this stuff with my own eyes and can't believe the stuff that goes on there. Both of my family members were transferred to a different assistant living and they are doing well now. On that note, hope you take this serious and keep your love ones away from here. [removed]
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