136 36th Ave SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
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Don't let them fool you. Mayvil has been promising remodeling for a couple of years. New front office staff once a week. I pulled my relative when we found out they were being showered and cared for by people who didn't even go to college, and weren't certified to take care of them. No Cna's just regular people, working in an assisted living. Sharing a big shower room? Gross. Chunks out of the flooring. Stained carpets. Staff will tell you all about the holes in the ceiling from raccoons and other animals in the ceiling. It's probably the worst place I've seen.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The team at Corridor Crossing is great to work with. You can tell how much they care about the residents. They’ve done a great job of trying to keep people safe from COVID-19. Would definitely recommend!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mother is at Mayvil and was also a resident when the center was named Brookdale and the difference is night and day. Brookdale staff knew they were leaving and did not care and it was easy to see. The transition to Mayvil means work needs to be done. I noted negative comments but this is due to the construction zone of ongoing and needed repairs that were [Removed] by the former owners. Staff is always friendly and helpful. I've yet to bump into one who did not give up a smile. I investigated many centers in CR and Marion. Mayvil is a good choice.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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