201 N Sunset Dr, Casselberry, FL 32707
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At Gardens of Eastbrooke, they are a caring, energetic staff. They are always interacting with the residents, with music, movies, games or just taking time to talk with them.
I would not recommend this facility. My father was here for almost a year before I had to move him to another facility. I could never find someone to help me because they were always short staffed and if they weren't short staffed, the girls were all hanging out in the nurses station in the morning. It seemed like every month there were a new set of girls that didn't know how to take care of my father. The nursing office manager is very rude and unprofessional. My father's room had roaches and he never even ate in there. Either he ate in the dining room or when I took him out to the barber. Often he wouldn't be given his meds because when the pharmacy would call to tell me it was time to get his new bottle, I'd bring it to the facility and his last thirty days of pills would still be over half full. So when my father had angry episodes they would suggest putting him on new meds. Why when he's not getting the ones he's already on? I would not recommend this facility at all.
Seems clean and they have a lot of activities for them to do. Everyone is friendly
Let me revise my initial review...my mother developed a huge bed sore at this facility....I am floored by the fact that people with Alzheimer’s are treated with such neglect because they can’t tell anyone..because no one will listen...three assisted living facilities and a final nursing home which I will be reviewing next...
My mother has been in two other assisted Alzheimer's facilities and neither one gave her the compassion, and care that EastBrooke Gardens has. The people who work there go out of there way to make not only the patient feels at home, but the families too. This was a god send for our family, they take the time to make your loved one have the best quality of life possible....it's a great find for anyone...
Nice facility but did not have any Private or semi-private rooms. Very clean and lite interior.
This was a Very Disappointing Experience for our family.
When I was visiting there they were friendly. The one thing they could improve on is when I call, they could answer the phone a little bit faster. Other than that, I do not really have any complaints about the place.
Do not put your parents or grandparents in this facility. First of the place is dirty not sanitized [removed] The workers have attitude problems when confronted about certain things.Also they sleep instead of being up watching the ones that are up wondering.You tell head nurse about the workers lack of attention to the residents and still has not done a thing about it VERY BAD PLACE DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PLACE AT ALL!!!!
My mother has been at Eastbrooke Gardens for a couple months and so far things have gone very well. The only thing that I am working on with them is that they charged me for small items like toothbrush and toothpaste when mom already had plenty of these items. That has been my only issue, which is not a big deal and I am working it out with them. The staff is very friendly and cooperative and mom is adjusting well. She says the food is decent. Overall things have gone very well.
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