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It's been good overall. Nothing to complain about. The food is good. People are friendly. It's been clean overall except a couple of spots on the rug. They keep it painted and in good maintenance order. If you need help with maintenance, they send somebody up to help. They have an activities director that's full of energy and always has something going 5-6 days a week. They go fishing and on field trips to the mall. They have all sorts of games, live music a couple times a month, and a fun variety of activities. Today we're going bowling. Overall I'd recommend it here.
We chose Cedarhurst of Columbia because the first person I spoke to was so helpful and it made me feel more comfortable in placing my mom here. The room sizes here are very large and spacious. The only complaint I have had is that things are not quite as good on weekends, it seems like they may be a little short staffed. But Mondays through Friday things are great. I would recommend to others looking.
My loved one was previously in a memory care assisted living facility that couldn't provide the care she needed. Cedarhurst was adamant they could take care of my loved one, that it wouldn't be a problem. They observed her via Facetime while she was in the hospital and based on that observation told me it wouldn't be an issue. I feel like I was sold down the river. It was fine at first, but then she had multiple falls and repeatedly ended up in the emergency room. The doctors were concerned about the extent of how "black and blue" she was. When I called Cedarhurst to say we wouldn't be back, they were just like "Okay, see you later." When my loved one was falling, there was no talk of a care plan to prevent further falls. They simply called to notify me, and that was it. I was hopeful - it was a beautiful facility. But I felt like the social worker was a salesman, not a social worker. Part of their sales pitch was a 60-day money back guarantee. My loved one was there less than that amount of time, and I couldn't get any response at all after contacting them to get my money back.
They do seem to be very caring. They're good at what they do. Our biggest problem was communication - we couldn't get ahold of them. Part of that was due to Covid. They were understaffed with all the extra responsibilities during this time. They did very good at getting our loved one interested in coloring by number, which surprised me. That kept him occupied, and he enjoyed it. Overall I would recommend Cedarhurst, it was very nice.
Overall, we had a good experience at Cedarhurst of Columbia. One of my concerns were that sometimes it is hard to get a hold of them on the phone and get connected to the person you want to talk to right away. I would definitely recommend them to others looking.
It is a very reliable place that offers good care. The rooms and the layout of the community are good. My mom does not care for the food. They have a lot of outdoor space for residents to use. The staff is good.
My tour guide was [name removed], Community Relations Director. Cedarhurst was built in 2015 and until recently operated under a different name. The core of the structure is between the two wings. The main dining room is in the core area on the ground floor. Family & friends of memory care residents can dine w/ the resident in the main dining room. The main assisted living section occupies three stories in the west wing; memory care units are in the east wing and are located on the ground & second floor. To reach either of these units, you walk down a corridor that contains assisted living apartments. Access is through a locked door w/ key pad access. Apartments are spacious. Bathrooms are fully accessible. Each memory care unit has its own lounge, dining area, kitchen area and a couple of additional common areas. The second floor unit has a long balcony w/ seating & plants. The ground floor unit has direct access to a garden. Both balcony & garden face a wooded area. To access the garden, residents of second floor rooms must exit the unit, take the elevator down to the ground floor, walk down a corridor and be admitted to the memory care unit. This was the primary drawback I saw to residence on the second floor. A beauty salon and therapy room are in the core area and are available to all residents. Both memory care units are staffed by nurses 24/7. Cedarhurst does not have a doctor on call but having a nurse 24/7 outweighed this lack. [name removed] introduced all staff we encountered by name and title/responsibilities. All staff were friendly and smiling. She called residents by name and briefly chatted w/ a few. The Executive Director, [name removed], came to The Neighborhoods, the skilled nursing facility where my husband is presently, to do an assessment and make sure he was suitable for residence at Cedarhurst. I didn't want to choose Cedarhurst because it was the only place that met my husband's needs but because it was the best place for him to reside for the next 2-3 months and possibly longer. Therefore, I considered two other assisted living places in Columbia w/ memory care units. I rejected one w/out touring it. I toured one owned by Americare, the group that owns The Neighborhoods (where he has received excellent care). It had a doctor on call but nurses were only available 8 am-5 pm; CNAs and Med Techs staff the place evenings & weekends w/ a nurse on call. Therapy was available but staff came in to provide it and there was no dedicated therapy room. So I chose Cedarhurst because I am convinced it is the best place in Columbia for my husband.
Our tour director was very friendly but the staff we came in contact with did not seem friendly. It looks nice and clean.
My father's stay at Provision is going great! The facility is clean and the staff are sure to cater to his needs! He is just fine and having a wonderful stay at Provision Living!
This community has been absolutely amazing. They had a pipe brake in the community and they had to evacuate. The way they handled the residents and made sure they were safe was outstanding. Mom really likes the food and enjoys the people. The community and moms room is always clean. We are very pleased.
The memory care unit on the first floor was full and the second floor would not have worked for us. The people we met during our tour were nice. The community seemed clean. My sister liked this community.
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