5001 Carroll Manor Rd, Baldwin, MD 21013
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Staff seems to be friendly and helpfulReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The residents have no activities to do during the day. They are always losing help there are no constant workers. Mr Ted is so ignorant it seems like he always has a attitude.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My Mom had a long journey with Alzheimer's disease. We chose Dulaney Valley because she was beginning to fall into furniture and walls at her home. Dulaney Valley was small and homey, and close to us for visits. Despite the frequent turnover in help, one constant was Mr. T . Mom seemed to feel comfortable around him, all the residents do. His wife is the nurse and travels to the other facilities owned by her Son. She told me Mom would not have to go outside the home for nursing care or end of life hospice care. When Mom began to have trouble eating, The nurse advised that she would be going downhill. While I was visiting my daughter, apparently Mom began to fail, but I did not know that until a phone call from the nurse when I returned from my travel. I went to visit and was shocked at her condition compared to when I saw her two weeks before. She was in obvious pain. I had to arrange to meet the intake nurse to sign paperwork for hospice care, wait for the doctor, (who was out of town), while my Mother was dying and in terrible pain. Where was the "end of life" care we were promised when we contracted with D.V.A.L.? This process took far too long and was a horrible experience to live through. I found out through the literature from the hospice that arrangements could have been put in place six months ago! My opinion is that since they added more facilities and were in the process of remodeling Dulaney Valley while my Mother lay dying, everyone was too busy to get her the comfort and care she was due at the end of her life. My Mother could not speak very well since one of the symptoms of the terrible disease is aphasia, but the last thing she said to me was the most gut-wrenching and will haunt me always, she said "I hurt".Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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