7051 Rockfish Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28306
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We liked them a great deal at first. We thought their facility was very nice. The help our loved one received was great in assisted living. But then she moved to the memory care unit. And things started to go downhill from there. She was having some adjustment problems and was confused about being there. But we think the medication was excessive. We asked several times to make appointments to have a conversation about that, but they weren't very communicative. If you asked us in the beginning, we would have said it was a great place. But now, after experiencing memory care, we rate it much lower.
Harmony is a beautiful facility, and fairly new. Working with the management was great, they busted their butts and were just wonderful. The care from the care givers seemed very adequate. Dealing with the staff from our perspective was that some of them were not so nice and almost snooty when you showed concerns or have questions. The food was absolutely horrific, our loved one may of had a better experience if the food was better.
The community is great! They are great at caring for my loved one. They have been good at helping us out going from the hospital to the memory care area of the community. The staff are good to work with.
The community is good. The staff and cleanliness has made the experience for us a good one. The communication with the staff is good with the families. There is nothing I would change about the community so far.
We chose Harmony at Hope Mills because we thought it would be the best fit and overall I just had a good feeling about it. I would recommend to others who are looking.
The food is absolutely. horrible and most of the residents don't eat the food. They are short staffed trying to get laundry or your room clean won't always happen on time. Mainly they are understaffed.
Response from Harmony at Hope MillsApril 22, 2021
We are so sorry to hear of your recent concern. We hold ourselves to a high standard and your experience should not be an exception. We would love to discuss this with you further if you could give us a call. Thank you.
I would recommend going there myself. The community is nice and very clean. I liked the staff.
We chose Harmony at Hope Mills because we were impressed with the tour. The room sizes here are pretty good sized. Our loved one seems to like the food that they serve. The best part about the community is having the peace of mind that he is being taken care of and we do not have to worry about it anymore. I would recommend.
It is a really nice community, almost brand new. The only thing I don't like about it is the food. The service is good, they have all sorts of medical technicians and such as the like. They do the medications well. While in COVID, we haven't been able to participate or use any of the activities.
The room size and cleanliness stood out the most. Had bunch of activity stations. Biggest concern was after we signed up, we were given fees we never went over, and kept raising the price. But the food was fantastic!
Harmony At Hope Mills is a good place, based on my limited experience. I like the community layout. The rooms are laid out in a circle. In the center there is a secured outdoor space, where they can go outside safely. The food seems pretty good and they get a lot of it.
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