709 E Mccracken Rd, Ozark, MO 65721
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We moved my Dad here per his request because he grew up in Ozark. He was formerly at The Fremont in Springfield because that was close to our house. Century Pines seemed old, confusing and more like the old time rest homes, but I was wrong. The staff here has been phenomenal. As his Alzheimer's progresses, they have been very patient and gone out of their way to make him comfortable. The place is very clean and there is always staff to help if I have questions or concerns. [Removed] personally calls with suggestions and updates. All facilities should follow their personalized lead. I usually never write a review, but felt it was necessary. They deserve recognition.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
We are so pleased with this senior living facility. We are convinced that no other place could measure up to the quality of care she is receiving here!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
We have a love/hate relationship with Century Pines. It has a lot of good things going for it. It is nice that it is small, most of the staff is kind. If you have any issues you can take it up directly with the owner. The landscaping, for the most part, is pretty. It isn't kept up, but it is much better than being in the city and having to look out the window at the highway or parking lot. Love that the rooms have sliding glass doors and the residents can go outside and enjoy the property. The cons are mostly the food. They told us on the initial visit that the residents have two choices for every meal, it is even advertised that this is the case on their website. However, we have visited multiple times during lunch and the food is so bad. I have never seen two choices. The residents sit and sit and wait for their meals to be brought to them individually, they are not asked what they want. The people working in the kitchen seemed very unkind. I know you can't please everyone, but the food is so bad! Thankfully, you can keep your own fridge and microwave in your room and can supplement with snacks, but when you are paying so much to live there, seems like you shouldn't have to do this. The other con is that there is not much communication going on to the families. During the recent virus the resident families have been kept completely in the dark. One other thing you should know if you are considering Century Pines, if your loved one does not have a phone there is a community phone in the hallway. Your loved one is paged to answer the phone, if they do not answer or hear the page for them the phone is left on hold for an hour, if you keep calling back you get a busy signal until someone eventually hangs up the call. It is virtually impossible to call on the weekends, the weekend staff is not as kind, a tad rude. Just a few of our observations. For the most part we really like the location, so just giving a fair rating.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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