This facility is the best. The staff is very friendly and the food is great. My mom was there for short term stay and didn't want to leave.... Read more
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This facility is the best. The staff is very friendly and the food is great. My mom was there for short term stay and didn't want to leave.
staff was kind and very caring! if had concerns the DON addressed quickly, the Social worker is very compassionate and takes the time to listen and help with all discharge and in stay planning!!! would come back again!
My mom is living at The Villa @ Mountain View.....we (my family) r very pleased with the services and care this facility is providing for my love one..... Thank U for All your help!!!
Social worker was fantastic and very knowledgeable. The discharge plan was very detailed and it made the process very pleasant.
THE VILLA AT MOUNTAIN VIEW HAS A VERY FRIENDLY STAFF AND CARING NURSES .
This is a great place to have your loved ones to get better in therpy. Or even just to give them a good home.
My grandmother was in this facility for a few weeks and they have a really good Rehab team. Everyone was very nice and professional and they seemed to care about my Granny. The facility is older and from my understanding, it was renovated a few years ago. The building was nice and clean and had no odors. My granny said the food was good and tasty. I have no concerns with this place and I'm happy that my grandmother was able to get stronger and discharge to her home.
Response from Kenwood Nursing HomeJanuary 5, 2018
Hello Kendra W., thank you; we appreciate your feedback!
Terrible facility to take your loved one. Please be warned. From the negligence that was shown to our loved one, they have landed in the hospital. We made complaints more than once to the [Removed] and Administrator and they will tell you sorry that you "feel" that way, that it was your "perception" that we're not taking good care of your loved one. They don't take you seriously even with proof of the negligence. They will defend there good for nothing nurses that yell at you for asking questions, the ones who will not come to see your loved one for hours. They are the problem as well. Our loved is in the hospital because they would not listen to us about something as simple as treating a UTI. If you ring your bell, they come in and turn OFF the call light, and never come back atleast a good 30 minutes can pass by. I strongly discourage anyone to bring their loved one to their care. Do your research, be there and make your own decision of course but what we suffered was complete negligence, and we tried to voice our concern, only for it to be ignored. Lastly would not recommend you bringing a loved one with a trach! They are not skilled, they are not trained in caring for those special needs.
My grandfather requires 24 hour care, I guess you get kinda experienced after changing several homes. Its really kind of hard when you have roommates and youre on medicaid. its hard when youre a person and your used to certain things and your put into a home and have a roommate, then they change the roommate or the room changes after a couple of months. its not easy moving people because you never really know what your going to get. The villa is older so its not as nice as some other ones out there but the aids are friendly, the nurses are helpful and friendly and hes doing so much better here. I'm going to see if I can change his room because hes having roommate problems but the care is great.
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