10881 York Road, Cockeysville, MD 21030
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Depressing, staff was friendly enough but could not even get unoccupied rooms opened up with the keys they had. That is concerning. Kitchen where food is prepared was run down, dirty and unacceptable in my opinion. Staff member let me know they were changing over and would not be called Greenfield anymore. I did not inquire as to why but hopefully they will remodel kitchen and fix doors.
Ask to see the “barbershop” and “beauty salon”, to attend the “devotional services” and “fitness classes”, and to see the “kitchenette”. Sit on the patios and porches, as well as the “comfortable lounges”.
-Most “care managers” are paid minimum wage and have no more training to care for people than a fast food restaurant cashier. (There’s a reason they are called “care managers” instead of CNAs, and it’s because they are not certified.) -Understaffing is “hidden” by counting one person as two positions...if a care manager takes a weekend class to be a “medical technician”, then the claim can be made that there are is a “caregiver and a med tech” in the building, but it’s really one person doing two jobs, which means less care and attention for people. -Most people are doing two jobs; As of October 2018, the Designating Nurse is also the Health Care Coordinator, The Executive Director is also the Resident Care Coordinator, the Sales Director is also the Program Coordinator. There is no maintenance person and only one part-time housekeeper, so....with most people doing two jobs, does that mean most jobs are only half-done?
Ask to observe or participate in the “fitness classes” advertised. Ask the residents if they are allowed in the “kitchenette” to cook or bake. Ask to see the “beauty/barbershop”. Ask to meet the “management staff” listed in the current newsletter.
Spend a day here, unannounced. Participate in the activities- if they actually happen- just because activities are listed on a calendar does NOT mean they actually take place. Eat a meal. Talk to the residents. Ask staff how long they have been there and if they are CNA certified. Then go do the same at other facilities. If your loved one is going to live here, you should at least spend one day walking in the shoes you intend to put them in. Don’t be fooled by untruths presented on a “tour”....and the $3000 “community fee” is negotiable- don’t pay it!
Spend a day here, unannounced. Participate in the activities- if they actually happen. (Just because the calendar lists activities, that does NOT mean they take place. ) Eat a meal. Talk to residents. Ask staff how long they have worked there, and if they are CNA certified. Then go do the same thing at other facilities. If your loved one is going to live at one of these locations, you should at least spend one day walking in the shoes you’re going to put them in! Don’t be fooled by a tour featuring fresh paint and a bunch of untruths.
Dear [name removed], I thought the facility was very cozy. My Mom and I really liked it. Living in Cockeysville all her life, this would be a great place for her.
Visit more than one time, at different times of day and evening, different days of the week. Talk to residents and their families. Ask for references. Ask how long each staff member has worked in their current position at this location. Within the past two years, there have been 4 different executive directors, 2 different nurses, 4 different cooks, 3 different maintenance people, 3 different housekeepers, and 4 different activities people. That doesn’t even include the caregivers, because there have been too many to count. This place can’t retain staff in any position-and then ought to tell you something.
No activities. Understaffed. No served snacks. No specialized “memory care” although the “memory care” building costs more.
Staff, while “sweet”, is largely untrained, uncertified as CNA or GNA, and unmonitored. Turnover is incredible, and being understaffed is a daily occurrence.
Do your homework. Visit after 6pm, at mealtimes, on weekends and on holidays. Speak to staff and visitors. Ask for references from current residents’ families. Do not trust online reviews or the information in tours or brochures.
I have found the employees of Greenfield to be caring and kind. They treat my mom with dignity and respect. On numerous occasions I have witnessed them go above and beyond in their care of her. Its a relief to know that she's in capable hands!
My father has been a resident at Greenfield for over two years. The staff is remarkable and treats him with great care and kindness. It's so comforting to know he's treated with dignity and love.
The price is great. Friendly staff. The outdoor area was small. If you are looking for a small group home, this will suit your needs well.
I thoroughly researched a number of communities before deciding on Greenfield Senior Living At Cockeysville. The home was recommended to me by a friend whose mother spent the last two years of her life there. She said that her mother loved the place and always had a smile on her face when she visited. My sister has now been there three months and could not be happier. The care is exceptional and there is a wonderful sense of community between the staff and residents.
Over the passed five years two relatives have lived in this community. First my Aunt who sadly passed away a couple of years ago and now my mom who moved in six months ago. Overall, we are extremely happy with the quality of the home and level of care provided. I therefore wanted to express my gratitude to Greenfield and the staff at the Cockeysville community by writing this review! Thank you!
Talk to residents and their families for REAL reviews. Most of the positive online reviews here are outdated or have been borrowed from another location’s website. There is no fitness room, no religious service, small pets are not welcome, there are almost no activities, and the staff to resident ratio is never 1:8 , although all of this is claimed to be true online. Even the photos are outdated- the place doesn’t look like these pictures anymore.
Greenfield Senior Living is homely and the atmosphere is relaxed and informal. Overall, a thoroughly excellent care home. The staff are caring and their residents are treated with dignity. There are many activities to keep the residents occupied and the facilities are in great shape and kept clean. My father is extremely happy there!
At Greenfield Senior Living I have found the staff to be professional, supportive and caring in every way. Management is always approachable and willing to assist with everything. Most importantly Greenfield Senior Living provides a high standard of care, not only physically but also socially and emotionally. I would therefore highly recommend Greenfield Senior Living to anyone considering long term care.
I was impressed on my first visit and in the following months, there has been nothing that has changed that view. The professionalism and care displayed by all employees is to be applauded. Excellent community on every level!
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