3850 Coppercrest Drive, Bryan, TX 77802
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Horrible. My mother fell, and we weren't notified. When I asked the head nurse she game me different stories about what was happening with my mother. When my mother moved in we were told there was a plan for a covid outbreak, and if someone tested positive the resident would be quarantined. Then when she tested positive, they basically tried to dump her into another facility that had multiple state
Hudson Creek was horrible. My mother fell, and we weren't even notified. Then a week later she tested positive for covid, and Hudson Creek basically tried to dump her into another facility that had multiple state violations. We were told there would be activities done with my mother, and provided materials for these activities. When I picked up my mother's belongings these materials were with her belongings unused. There were some staff members that were very caring, but the ones in top leadership were only concerned with money not the patients.
It is the only memory care in my town, so it's the only one to recommend here. I chose this community because they said they could handle everything that would come up behaviorally, but they couldn't. They were understaffed. Once the administration changed, things improved and they seem to be able to provide better care for her, except for when they needed to send her to a behaviorally health hospital. The caregivers are all really nice and keep us informed about everything. The food is good and they invite the families for special occasions and holidays.
My mom there 10 weeks and she has 12 falls and most were ER visits. If she didn't eat at the meal time, she didn't get a meal. My mom had dry blood in her mouth, cradle cap, lost a lot a weight, and busted lip. I would not recommend this place. My mom was always dirty, grease in hair, stained clothes, her depends had an odor. I had to move her out.
Very nice and friendly staff. They have a beautiful courtyard for their residents and there were lots of residents participating in activities. We liked how they have separate dining and a separate activity room for people that are at a high level of care.
We visit our friend in Hudson Creek almost weekly. He is always occupied with some sort of activity, surrounded by other residents and staff. The rooms are maintained beautifully, just like the common areas. The facility is attractive and clean. It always smells fresh and inviting.
Facility is lovely and Office Manager was very gracious and informative. 66 bed facility has South and north sections to differentiate levels of care needed. Staff longevity is a good indicator of stability at this facility that’s been in operation since 2006.
I had a good tour of Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care Center. It was a nice place and the tour guide was very helpful and informative. The community was just not a good match for my mother's needs.
I was at a very low point in my life having to consider a place to put my husband of 35 years due to his dimentia. It had become impossible for me to care for him any longer at home because he was becoming a threat to my safety, not to mention my sanity. In the emergency room after I had to call the Sheriff because of violet behavior, it became apparent that I was going to have to come up with a long-term solution to the situation. The hospital emergency room doctor wanted to release him and told me to take him home. I said no, not until I find some place for him as I cannot take him back home. He was less than helpful. Getting on my phone, I started searching for Senior Care facilities in the immediate area. I came across A Place for Mom. They called me and got some information and in a few minutes, I got a call from Hudson Creek Alzheimers Senior Care Center. They told me about the place and wanted to know if I could come by and see the facilities. I said no but they could come by the Emergency Room at the hospital. They did!!!! We talked and I ended up putting him in the facility. I have found the staff to be very accomodating and caring. So far I have to say that I am happy with the decision. I would recommend the facility to anyone wanting or needing to find a place for a loved one.
Initial impression of facility and staff are great, we are in the process of moving my parents to the facility.
Most of the staff were very nice though a couple of them made me feel uncomfortable. I think my loved one wasn't severe enough for this locked unit and seeing the others in various stages of mental illness disturbed him. The residents seem to all have severe dementia; just walking around aimlessly, clapping hands, plucking at the air, or sitting around the nurse's station on the couches. I expected more from the dining area based on the monthly fees, but the food was poor and they used plastic cups and utensils. I wouldn't suggest this environment unless your loved one doesn't recognize reality any longer.
Response from Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care CenterMay 12, 2016
Thank you for taking the time to share your opinion. Hudson Creek is a secure community equipped to meet the broad range of needs of residents living with dementia. From mild confusion and short-term memory loss to advanced Alzheimer's, our goal is to provide individualized care. We would appreciate to learn more about your experience and opinion. Please contact Hudson Creek to speak with the Administrator or to request contact information for the Regional Director.
They seem to super friendly to the family whenever we come. They let my loved one call us anytime he wants. He seems happy there and any time we have gone in they have been doing activities, so I think it is fine.
Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care Center is going well. We get updates from them. It has been has been good. The doctor there did a full capacity evaluation. She gave us the nitty gritty details of all of his health issues. After the evaluation we felt even better about him being at this facility.
The staff is very friendly. I wish they had more activities. He's happy with the food, they give him more than enough. I am surprised at how well he has settled in. This is the only place I could find that he can stay there the whole time, no matter how bad his Alzheimer's gets, and that is one of the reasons I chose it.
Quiet, very clean, no smells, lots to do, nice dinning & food, caring staff. Had no problem leaving mom because I would not mind being here. If looking for this type care you need to look at Hudson Creek.
This is not a medical facility. I was not aware before we went into it. The is the main problem. When a person is only eating 10% of their meals - this is very important to notice! It’s clean and they are very friendly, but health is so much more than that.
I don't know what happened, they weren't able to handle his needs. They were not giving the proper medication, I don't really know where the fault of that would lie. It was not a good experience, for us, and I didn't feel comfortable staying there. There was a communication breakdown somewhere. The hospital said in the last couple of years things have changed at Hudson Creek. They were super nice, when I visited, every question we had they were able to answer. It was nice it didn't smell, it was clean. The doctor went to examine him, and I was not impressed with her.
I really like the activities program here, they have things planned for morning and afternoons. As an added plus, they have persons lead activities on weekends. They are excellent at engaging the residents and encouraging them to participate. Another aspect I've really appreciated is that the Kitchen Manager makes sure my loved one is served gluten free meals as she is a celiac sufferer.
I'm very pleased with it. They seem to keep my mother-in-law active and they do less medication more activities. My mother-in-law grew up on a farm and always had a garden. They provide a place for a garden and now she's growing turnips. It's a small, 4x4 patch. The first few times she didn't remember she had a garden but she just talked about it the other day. It's good they encourage them to participate in activities and stay busy. They're clean too. It's a constant chore on their part to keep the cushions and things clean. They will go to the point of having a resident stay in a different room for a night to make sure their room is clean and dry. I think the value is good. It's seems a little high but compared to others it's not. I think we get our money's worth. Every time the make a medication change they call us and let us know. They seem to stay on top of things.
I liked Hudson Creek very much. The facility was clean and smelled clean. The enclosed garden space had nice landscaping and was peaceful and quiet. The residents looked cared for. One resident who kept joining my tour was gently redirected. All my questions about care details were answered competently. I would not hesitate to place a loved one there.
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