1500 West Foxwood Drive, Raymore, MO 64083
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Devotional Services Offsite
Devotional Services Onsite
Indoor Common Areas
Outdoor Common Areas
Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
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Value for cost
The community is kept very clean on the inside and the outside, and the staff members are very friendly. We do like the food, they gave us a fairly wide variety to choose from, we can also choose if we want small portions or big portions, and the activities are starting to back up which is really nice. This is a down to earth and family orientated community
There are no activities going on right now due covid, but we really like the community itself and the other residents here. We also really appreciate the support the staff members show towards us.
Foxwood Springs community was very accommodating during our loved ones short stay, and everyone we spoke to was nice. From our understanding the care services were good, and the value was good for what we needed.
After receiving an email from Foxwood with this detail :(With this set up we are an entry fee based community and those entry fees for apartments start around $75,000 with a portion being refundable.), we knew Foxwood would not be a possibility.
Located in quiet Raymore, Missouri at least 45 min drive from KC. Does schedule trips to KC for cultural events, but unsure how often. The garden homes are very nice w attached garage open floor plan and within close proximity to community center. Has an indoor pool. It is a buy in plan so it can seem pricey. It is an age in place facility with many health services on site, including memory care, rehab & nursing home care. Must consider this one. It eliminates the need for the family to make last minute decisions about whether to move Mom as her age/heath dictates the change.
If you want a place that has all the pomp and circumstance, dog and pony show, this facility is for you. They have it all, parties, pool, chefs and ambeience. You should know that you must park a relative with your loved one for most hours of a day. They don't tell their patient/residents of PT/OT appointment times. They stack OT/PT appointments one on top of another without regard to pt's schedule or endurance. Most residents don't question this inconvenience or to their rights to a rest period between therapies. The facility has blatently retaliated to my husband because of my call to the ombudsman to report neglect. They are trying to discharge him early and unless you can spend most days and evenings with your loved one and are skilled at "advocating for your loved one I would suggest picking another facility I have had to spend the last 3 days writing and appeal for Medicare for my loved one.
I haven't even got my dad moved in yet and I already have a review to post. Let me first say that he has been at two other nursing homes in the past 6 months so I do have something to compare it to. First I want to say you wouldn't know you were walking into a nursing home when you walked in. They have a small restaurant right by the front door, a little sitting area and a large fish aquarium. There are tables set all throughout the hallways with tea, coffee, water and water with lemon. All the staff that we came across was nice. They have a pretty large library, a workout room with a treadmill, exercise bike, free weights, pool table, in ground pool, they have theee busses available to give the residents a ride to dr appts, to the store or to activities. They also have a small general store in the facility. I will write a review in a couple months after we have been there for a while but so far I feel very blessed for my dad to be able to go there.
We had Foxwood Springs on our list of possibilities because we are acquainted with a resident there. However, overall, I found the facility to very old and outdated. We ultimately chose another community for my wife’s care because Foxwood was just not a place I felt comfortable moving her into.
My parents signed a residency contract that allows Foxwood Springs to retain for over a year, the $100,000 entrance fee, after they die or move to another facility. It is a contract that I want to warn people about I did not want my parents to stay there because of the dismal care that my mom received while in the health care center. This included a broken arm while in their care and pee covered floors in the room. The $100,000, I think is meant as a pressure to stay at Foxwood, because it can be applied to the additional costs of living in assisted living rather than independent living.
From what I saw of this facility, it was very nice. However, i could not place my husband here because they could not accommodate him due to his health needs. The facility also did not have all of the amenities that he would have liked.
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