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They caused my grandfather to become severely ill while he was a resident in their care. He eventually developed pneumonia and was seriously dehydrated before medical attention was sought. When we contacted the Director of Nursing with our concerns, she hung up on us. She also hung up on the nurse from the hospital where my grandpa was taken. Do not let your loved ones stay here. They are not equipped to handle more fragile elderly people, especially those with memory care issues.
The family owners declined my sister because they were having a problem with 3 residents who sneak out to smoke cigarettes!!! My sister paid the price for this!! She had not smoked since her stroke in November. She has been in another assisted living place for 2 months now and does NOT smoke!!!! Shame on these owners!!!
The staff has made my mother feel very welcome and a part of the community. They have been wonderful about communicating my mothers needs and identifying services that will benefit her.
The staff at the Rockport were also very friendly and accommodating, very welcoming. My biggest concern was the building: it felt like a motel. Granted there was no furniture in the apartment I saw. First the location of the Rockport is in the middle of a busy, commercial street. The lobby was uninviting, the rooms also uninviting. A big drawback for my aunt would be the lack of a kitchen and therefore wouldn't work. I feel badly because the two women I met clearly were committed to providing the best for their clients.
This option was OK. I liked activities and amenities provided. I am concerned about the narrow hallways-got crowded around the dining room as residents waited to enter for lunch-and with the walking distances down hallways. For someone without mobility constraints, would be easy.
Using Senior Advisor to find a place for our aunt was the best decision we could have made. [Removed], our consultant, was so helpful and answered many of our questions. He pointed us in the right direction and Rockport Senior Living was the best for her. It checked off all the boxes and she is loving it. Very friendly staff and the people living there are great. Thank you!
We toured this community for care. The staff was caring. The community is clean and the menu was appealing. They offer activities for the residents who are wanting to participate. We needed a community that was able to work with payment. Families might want to consider this community for the care of a loved one.
Very nice place. [Removed] was knowledgeable and informative. She made me feel comfortable asking questions and getting answers. The residents were happy. The place was well taken care of. My grandmother was a resident there 16 years ago. It was nice to see the updates they have done.
Mom likes the food. They have an experienced staff and the management staff have been here a long time. The cost is lower than other communities in the area. This is an older community, however they do keep it up very well. I would recommend this community.
My husband's experience here at this community was adequate. The community is nice and clean, everyone is very friendly and helpful. My issue with this community was that I didn't feel there were enough engaging activities offered for the Eldercare members. My husband wasn't encouraged to be active. He continually was looking for more to do.
My mom really likes staying at Rockport. She is comfortable there. The staff are all very friendly and call each of the residents by their first name. My mom says the food is really good which is very surprising since my mom is very Italian and a GREAT cook herself.
We chose Rockport for affordability and care. My dad was evaluated by the nursing staff and told he would easily fit in, however upon arrival several weeks later, we were told after several days, that he would not be able to stay there. The nursing staff would tell us one thing and the front desk staff another. There was also a "sign on" type of fee of 1000.00 (non refundable) that we were not told about in any previous discussions and had to pay on the first day. Furthermore, the place is an old hotel and the doorways going into the rooms and bathrooms are tight. Accessibility is not good. My dad like the food.
We toured this place for 2 loved ones. The facility is nice, the downfall is the communication. I tried calling 3 times and left messages and we did not get a return call back. We wanted to rent the room. I also noticed no one really talks to anyone when the residents are in the lobby. With both of these downfalls, which I think are crucial, we decided to move on and find another facility.
Staff were very friendly, but it's a converted motel without a homey feel.
I don't think she has any complaints, so far. It's clean and she likes to go to the music activities. I do have one complaint; that it was not made clear that memory care was all private pay. They can't be in an assisted living memory care on medicaid. They didn't have a time limit for the assisted side, you didn't have to private pay a year first. You pay until you spend down your money, then you can switch to medicaid, unless you need memory care, then it's private pay only, and for medicaid you need a nursing home.
I think that moving in and everything went fantastic. We had a lot of help during those times and with the issues involving that. Maybe a little bit better organization with the activities when my loved one first moved in would have been good. Tt was a very positive experience.
Rockport is amazing! Everyone there treats my mom like a queen.
My brother has been living at Rockport for a little over a week, so my comments can only be limited to this short time span. So far my sister and I are ecstatic over the kindness and efficiency we have experienced. Since he moved from out of state, there were some difficulties in getting medical records, and the staff (especially Lynne) bent over backwards to accommodate us. We had toured the facility a few times before choosing Rockport and everyone was more than helpful. Then we had to suddenly "make the move" and everything possible was done to make it happen! We couldn't say enough.
After trying three different facilities Rockport is hands down the best! The staff is friendly and courteous but most of all you can tell they genuinely care about their residents! The building isn't the nicest we've seen but the care is! Rockport has been a God send for us and out Uncle!
Rockport has continually exceeded all of our expectations. They really do make the community feel like a family and they seem to genuine care for their residents!
Response from Embassy of RockportMarch 21, 2016
Thank you for the kind review! We do our best to make sure our residents and their families are happy!
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