11755 N Michigan Rd, Zionsville, IN 46077
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It's been really good. Sometimes I wonder if they're telling you the truth. You just don't know. My loved one feel one time, and they didn't call us. They say he's eating good and feeling well. But from I see, he's not eating that much. They say he's doing activities, and I know he's not. He was doing pretty good until one of the nurses got Covid, and they went on a 14-day quarantine. He got in the habit of staying in bed a lot since then. They do try to get him up but haven't had a lot of success. One good thing - they put him on the first floor so we coudl have window visits druign Covid. It seems like htey go out of their way to help. The front desk - you couldn't ask for better people. It's just the nurses I'm not sure what they say is true. But it's a nice facility and I would recommend it.
I feel like the safety of the facility was not up to par. The time delay between notification and knowing what is wrong and how to help should be better. An intercom system or the staff wearing radios would make it better. The communication and them knowing the needs of the residence needs to be a priority
My mom is in memory care. My mom was there for a little over a year. Things declined over that time. They have a high turnover rate for staff. A lot of the families volunteered to do things to help. The room size was great, she had a nice room. My mom never saw a doctor while she was there only LPNs. We were never able to get a Dr. signature for our legal and medical paperwork.
I think they did a good job of caring for my mom. They communicated well with us. The room sizes and layout of the community was really nice. My mom was in memory care. I felt it was very safe. I would have liked to see more activities for the residents.
Our family's experience with the Hearth Tudor Gardens was good, because of the caring staff and administration. I can think of seven instances where they went above and beyond while maintaining professionalism and friendly care. The latest instance was the reception team caring enough to put a forwarding address not available through the post office, on our Aunt's tax documents, even though she was not a resident for almost a year and had deceased. They could have just stamped return to sender and how difficult that would have made it to close her estate.
1. [Name removed] (Activities)- I believe [name removed] oversees about 75% (or more) of all activities I think out activities would truly suffer without him. 2. [Name removed] (Front Desk)- Wow! [Name removed] wears many hats at the Front Desk and she wears them all well. She is certainly a blessing to The Hearth. 3. [Name removed] (Bus Driver)- [Name removed] goes above and beyond his job description almost every day. We would be in big trouble without [name removed].
Care great! Everyone is so beautiful. Loving the family here
While this facility has a great concept of keeping all residents in their apartment no matter how their care level changes, it felt old. Unfortunately they do not have any studio apartments available.
My mom loved it at first. Then the staffing and ownership changed. There were hours you couldn’t find a staff in the memory unit or anywhere in the building. They had a 85% staff turnover one year. Just because it looks pretty and clean doesn’t mean they provide good care.
This facility is not a facility, but a home. It is light, cheery and small enough to know others yet large enough to have privacy!
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