7315 Hickory Street, Omaha, NE 68124
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During my visit I had the chance to talk with several residents. They were all happy and contended. When I asked them what they liked the most, the consensus was, "The Food" and "The People". HIckory Villa has a unique Atrium-Style design. All of the 2nd floor apartments look over an interior balcony to the dining room and family room. The community was clean, there were residents engaged in the different common areas. It had a cozy, family feel. When the time is right - they have a one bedroom apartment with a private balcony. I loved that!
We met with [Removed]. We liked the size and layout of the building. all essential areas were in close proximity. Clean, well maintained common areas. all apartments are 1 bedroom so it was more appealing to me than a studio apartment. Cost was less that most places we have visited and amenities are plenty. Residents spoke highly of the staff, meals and other residents. This place is a contender.
There are 2 or 3 nurses that I've got to know more than the others, and they are very nice, caring and patient.t My mom can't talk very well because of her stroke and the nurse are always patient and caring with her. The place is always very clean and organized. They have a large variety of activities like game nights and exercise 5 days a week. The guy that leads the activities always makes sure my mother participates, he is very involved. The food is home cooked meals, and the portion sizes are good for her.
The common areas throughout the community were bright. Some of the apartments that i got to see were dark i didn't like the dark atmosphere felt in them. There wasn't any available openings for my loved one so i didn't see everything. The parts that i did get to see where clean and organized. The community offers various meal plans and activities.
Did a tour at hickory villa and found the staff friendly. One lady poked me to tell me how much she liked living there. It seems like the residents are out of their rooms a lot socializing and everyone seems higher functioning. The rooms are VERY small. They take the Medicaid waiver right away,
I am very happy with the people there. She is now on hospice, but she is allowed to stay at Hickory and she is using the hospice care that they recommended. We moved her in in August and she just got out of a 3 week stint in the hospital. Even after this, the staff has already bonded with her. They called right away when they noticed that something was wrong. Hickory is a smaller facility, probably only about 50 units. When I first walked it, it reminded me of the atmosphere of embassy suites. There were skylights and an open atria in the front. There is no hospital smell. If my mom would have had to go on Medicaid, she could have stayed in her same room.
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