5701 W 101st St, Oak Lawn, IL 60453
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The staff members are awesome, they have been very responsive and we are happy with the care services. Our loved one appears to enjoy the meals. The activities are still pretty limited but they do send us things on what they are offering so they are trying their best.
Our contact was [name removed]. We were greeted and told to check in at the Kiosk located on the corner of the receptionist desk that provides you a name tag - if you are not comfortable with tech items you'll need to ask for assistance. Due to COVID this facility did not offer a COVID test and we could not do an actual walkthrough. [name removed] was having computer problems and we were unable to do a video tour, however, she did show us pictures and pulled up some fun times the facility had on her phone's Facebook. This facility recently had some staff turnover and we were told there was some bad reviews posted by disgruntled ex-employees, which they are working through. Fifty spots were currently filled out of 80. There is 1 caregiver to 6-7 residents and 2 nurses 24/7. A Doctor is on staff and has partners (cardiologist, neurologist) if needed. Average age of residents currently in facility is 70 - 80. Washrooms are available in each room and 1 on each of the the floor (there are 3 floors). Cabinets are locked in washroom areas for safety reasons. This facility uses a chip in a watch, necklace or pendant for additional security for their residents. Hospice care is available through ALC, music therapy and massage therapy as well. At night residents are looked in on every 2 hours and motion detectors also alert caregivers. Fire drills are done with residents as caregivers take them to the exits. [name removed] was unable to confirm how often the fire drills were done. [name removed] also could not answer what the nurses duties were and you would have to speak to the nurse. Your family member would use their own furniture at this facility - maintenance setups up room. There is an incontinence care program for $400 a month which would cover wipes, liners, etc.
We chose Grace Point Place Memory Care because when I initially started looking, covid had not started yet. I really liked them because they seemed to focus a lot of memory loss and dementia. They were one of the few places that strongly stated they would be able to handle my husbands type 1 diabetes. My husbands medical condition changed once he arrived and his behaviors changed, so they were not able to handle his problems he began to display. I do have to say that overall, the staff here were very nice and helpful. A lot of the staffing issues we had were related to the virus. I also have to give high marks to the previous executive director here, she was fantastic and she was very professional and did her job very well. It is a good facility, but I do think they have been hindered by the virus. If your loved one has just dementia, I think they will do just fine here.
It is an overall small community where the residents get all the care and attention they need. They have a good ratio of caregiver to resident. They have good communication. Food is good. They have lots of space for residents to walk safely and they have a secure outdoor space for them to use as well.
It was hard to move my mother anywhere but she is very happy at Grace Point Place. She is safe and that puts my mind at ease. She is active morning until night with a variety of activities.
I was very impressed on how happy the residents were when I had my visit. This place felt like a loving place to live.
The staff here is very friendly. Dad enjoys the friendships he has made with staff members as well as others who liver here. This is a "home setting." It does not feel like a clinical atmosphere. At all. It smells fresh. It is clean. The lighting is bright. The hallways are long for him to walk and stay active. Very happy here.
This community is great. The building is nice and clean. You might not find all the frill as in other places but they are the EXPERTS in dementia care. They focus on providing personalized care for each resident. This feel like a family. This feel like a home.
Extremely helpful through a difficult time. If I could give more than 5 stars I would.
Awesome facility. Mom is at home there & has never asked to go back to her home. Staff is attentive and caring. Facility is clean and safe.
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