2357 Mack Road, Fairfield, OH 45014
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Our family did a virtual tour and our experience was awesome, we were extremely impressed with the Fairfield Place community. However, due to a family accident our loved one had to move to another community closer to other family members who would have access to her.
Fairfield Place staff and care giving, feels like family. I wish my Aunt was able to come to this facility a long time ago. She just wouldn’t leave her home. Since she arrived in [date removed], she has been truly taken care of. Mentally and Physically. She looks so good. The staff is awesome! They treat all the residents like their family. Fairfield Place is a family of Love and Respect. Big shout out to the social worker and admission coordinator . The love they have for what they do, each and everyday, it shines! I do not have to worry about my Aunt at all anymore. She safe and the atmosphere is grand. Thank you all!!!! If you have to place your love one in an assistant living facility, I encourage you to check out Fairfield Place. It’s truly a home away from home.
I moved my loved one into Fairfield Place early in 2021. The facility was so inviting. I felt that my loved one would be cared for and Loved as I had taken care of her. But she needed more help than I could provide. I did an inquiry on "A Place for Mom" and I received a call from Fairfield Place immediately. I was told about the facility and what they had to offer but also she listened to my concerns and needs. She invited me to the facility to take a tour. Oh MY goodness I was so impressed with Fairfield Place and the welcoming from all employees with the facility. I knew that my loved one wasn't going to be a number but a resident. Fairfield Place is small only 42 residents. The care that was provided to me and my loved one was over the top. My loved one has since passed away, but while she was living at Fairfield Place I can say she was loved and cared for. I feel that I have made long lasting friends.
I moved my mom who has short term memory issues to Fairfield Place in [date removed]. At the time she was depressed from being isolated and also was struggling with inconsistent blood sugar levels. My mom is very social, so being alone was really taking a toll on her well-being. Shortly after moving into Fairfield Place, COVID-19 struck the facility and my mom contracted the virus. The Community Relations Manager and the on-staff Nurse kicked right into gear and made sure my mom was properly cared for. They arranged for her rehabilitation and recovery and she began to bounce back quickly. I can honestly say that the care that she receives from the staff has brought my mom back to life. She’s laughing and joking again and her mobility is even improving. She’s never in her apartment because they have so many activities and opportunities for her to engage. The facility is always clean and well managed. I believe my mom’s years have been extended because of the Fairfield Place family.
I have had the best experience at Fairfield Place. It is a nice, warm family environment that is very inviting. The staff is second to none. I would recommend Fairfield Place to everyone!
I couldn't say enough nice thins about them. The only ting is I havent ben able ot go into my lveod ones' room fo ra year, prior tot hait was great. The food was very good. I would like to see more vegetables though. She is being well taken care of, and I have had no qualms about recommending them. I do so wholeheartedly becasue verybody who wokrs ther etreats them with respect and care and true kindness. We toured some othe places, and one of htem had dementia patients just locked down in a smaller area and was very dark and drear.y. Nobody was interacting with them. Here, someboyd is alwyas walking by and pattin gmy loved one on the back, calling him by name, and asking him how he's doing today, and asking if he wants to come sit and do something with them. I feel like they're very caring. If I had to do it all over again, I would go there again.
We chose Fairfield Place because it was s smaller community and close to our home. The room sizes here were nice. Overall it was a good experience, she really liked being here and I would recommend them to others looking.
It amazes me how I took a tour with Fairfield Place on Zoom. It was a lot simpler than I thought. It was great to meet the staff, who seem very friendly. They showed me the entire facility and apartments and I was so impressed that my mom moved there following a stay at a rehab unit. Mom is happy and has met a lot of new friends. I am happy I chose this place.
When I visit my mom, she is always well dressed and groomed. She is happy here and we are glad we chose Fairfield Place. They are like one big family and they treat you like family. I am looking forward to inside visits. I know that through COVID, my mom has been in really good hands and that give me great comfort and peace. Keep up the great work!
Every time I come to Fairfield Place, the staff is very friendly. They are also very careful about screening everyone who comes in. Working in healthcare, that is so important to protect the residents. It always smells good and everyone seems content. I would recommend this place to my parents.
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