812 W Morphy St, Fort Worth, TX 76104
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This place has been infested with scabies for months.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mother has only lived at Good Life Senior Living for a few months. I am very pleased with everything about the facility. It is located in downtown Fort Worth just minutes away form hospitals and doctor offices. It is a two story building. Which was a plus for my mother. The care facility she lived at before was one story. She would pile her stuff in the window because she was afraid people would break into her room at night and hurt her. At Good Life mom is on the second floor and she loves it. She keeps her blinds open all the time and sleeps all night. I found the room sizes to be larger than other places I checked out. She has a full private bathroom with a large sitting area and the bed is around the corner behind the bathroom. The floor plan gives her a large living area. Another thing that my mother likes is the food. The meals are cooked the way she is use to eating. Before she would leave most of the food on her plate, now she eats everything. She also likes the fact that she can see into the kitchen ... mom likes a clean kitchen. She hasn't complained once. But the best thing I like about Good Life is the staff. They are fantastic, friendly, loving and caring people. They make sure mom is dressed in clean clothes every day and if I am taking her somewhere, she is always dressed in appropriate clothing. They keep me informed of any issues mom might be having and we talk about things we might do to help her. And I love hearing their stories about mom. I can tell they really care about her.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Our family is not impressed with this facility since moving our loved one in several months ago. She is very unhappy and the care is subpar at best. The management is understaffed and the staff undertrained, if trained at all. I would say we were fooled by the look of the Ridglea and the sales pitch, and after speaking with other families, we aren’t alone. So far it’s been a newer version of the bad you find everywhere else, and then some. All in all, I would say unless there’s an administration change and new policies set into place, steer clear. You will regret it if you don’t.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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