369 Split Rock Road, Syosset, NY 11791
Gold Coast Mansion on 12 acres of rolling hills & country scenes of grazing horses. With 44 residents, we're small enough to give exceptional care in a 'Bed & Breakfast ' setting, at affordable prices. We are a Full Service facility. No hidden costs.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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The staff could not be more helpful to our family member and to all of us whenever we are at the facility or in telephone conversations. We are delighted with the service and facility.
Response from Christian Fellowship HouseJanuary 30, 2015
Thank you so much for the wonderful review. We always do our very best to make both the resident and the family as happy as we can. We try to always make ourselves available to family members by communicating at all times via cellphone or text.
The place was beautiful, the staff were wonderful, and I thought it would be a the perfect fit for my mother. And it was until she fell and broke her hip. She could not go back because she couldn't walk, which is understandable. She was at Christian Fellowship for 12 days when she broke her hip. I paid $8000.00 upon her entry for the first months rent and the entrance fee of $4000.00 (Probably to pay the fee to a Place for Mom, although a place for mom did not recommend this facility at that time). I questioned Pam the Owner about what if things didn't work out, and she told me 'we work with the families.' My mother spent the next 1 days there. She fell on the 12th day and was taken to the hospital. She was in and out of surgeries, rehabs and hospitals for the next 2 months. While she was in the rehab facility I received a call from Pam asking me if I wanted her to save the room for my mom, I said yes and was told that money to hold her place would need to be paid. I sent Pam 2 more checks totaling $7000 to hold a spot for my mother when she comes back. I was told by Pam that she would be able to come back on a Hospice Order, which we got, but she had an IV for antiobiotics in her arm, and they would not take her back. At that time I questioned Pam if I would be able to get some of the money back, at least the $4000.00 upfront fee. She had only been there 12 days. The answer was NO. Since this hip break she was in and out of hospitals, has spent over $10000 in health care and hospital stays. And Christian Fellowship did not offer any assistance at all or take any responsibility for what happened. Truthfully I was very surprised. As a Christian, and having my mom cared for by what I thought were other Christians really made me feel good. But the fact that the $4000 was not refunded after being there for 12 days with no assistance to pay a portion and any of her medical bills through there insurance really made me sick, and think that this facility really isn't a Christian facility. There was no humbling or saying let me see if I can work anything out. It is not like other places either, but I know after talking to others that when there parents were taken out of a facility after been in less then 2 -3 weeks there money was refunded. I think it is a great disservice to those that are looking at this Christian Living Fellowship. I would not recommend this place for that reason. If my mother did not fall and had stayed there for a couple of months and left, I would have not asked for a portion of a refund. But that was not the case. The caring Christian fellowship didn't call to see how my mother was doing and I know they really didn't care. So in closing be careful when looking at this facility. I am so sorry I had taken her there in the first place and will never recommend it.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mom was suffering with dementia and Alzheimer's and I searching for a place that was reasonably priced and had the level of care she needed. I had originally placed my mom in another facility because they did not have a vacancy at the time. My mom was in a factory setting and the care was sub par at best. She was in a lockdown unit and it had the feel of a jail. When I was at wits end ,I received a call from [Removed] that a room had opened up. My mom and I immediately fell in love with Christian Fellowship House. A bed and breakfast feel with horses,dogs and a cat. My main concern was for my mom's wellbeing and that she be treated with the dignity and respect she deserved. C.F.H. Exceeded my expectations and then some. [Removed] and especially my moms buddy [Removed] treated her as if she was their own. The same could be said about the rest of the staff. I actually enjoyed visiting my mom and I would always have a conversation with someone while I was there. My mom's health took a turn for the worse and Sue helped me get my mom on hospice care at C.F.H. (Although I had to promise to be a Yankee fan for the rest of the year lol) My mom passed on 10/1 . Although saddened, I know she is in a better place. I also feel good knowing she was treated with the utmost dignity and respect. Thank you guys. I love you all and promise to visit. [Removed]
Response from Christian Fellowship HouseAugust 14, 2018
Thank you Frank for the beautiful words! We loved your Mom dearly! She was always so fun to be around. We know where you got your sense of humor from! I won't tell Sharon Sue that you went back to being a Mets fan! So glad that you come and visit once in a while. That's the downside of this business. We have so many people we get to know and then usually don't see them again.
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