10 Golf Drive, Plymouth, MA 02360
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[name removed] has been my rock through this whole process. Even after I placed my mother in another facility, she still calls me and follows up and I can always ask her for her advice.
They are starting to bring back their activities, and from our understanding we have heard they are good. It is pretty expensive, but we would certainly recommend families to look into the Laurelwood community.
Our loved one was only there temporarily for respite care, and our first impression was positive, it is very clean and upscale. They were very positive when trying to get our loved one in there, once he was fully moved in their ability to take care of him was not what they had advertised. I wish they would of been more upfront with the initial evaluation as well as the services he was going to require.
Before COVID they had day trips to go shopping, go out to lunch, and to the beach. They had movie presentations, games, and outdoor social events. My aunt thinks the food is wonderful, high quality, and fresh. The only complaint is there is just to much of it. They have a variety of rooms to choose from. She has a one bedroom that is very spacious, its very beautiful. The studio apartments are very well laid out as well. The overall look is not institutional, it looks like a condo building. It sits on nice property. The inside of this community is very clean, it feels like a home. The staff is very friendly, we knew this would be a great place for my aunt. They have kept up great communication during COVID, always keeping us up to date. So far no residents have had COVID!
This place is absolutely beautiful. But do not judge a book by its cover. They will wine and dine you and tell you everything you want to hear to get you to sign on the dotted line in order to have your loved one move in. We were introduced to the chef on one of our 1st visits and were told that they would be all kinds of wonderful meals for my mom. She was in the memory care unit and every time I went to visit her she was having a cold Turkey sandwich on white bread. There were no activities. Getting her hair done was a rarity, even though we asked about it weekly. There were no outings or even walks. Excuses were given for everything from the cleanliness of the apartment to meals. Staff changed weekly. The front desk manager was a nightmare. She would often discuss our bills with us at the front lobby or parking lot with other people around. And yes..we paid monthly. On time. It's all about the money here. You will nickled and dimed every month. This place is pretty (not in Memory Care)...but that's all you're paying for....appearance.
Memory unit is the best we've found, with excellent attention to family suggestions.
My review is for Avita the memory care unit within Laurelwood. If there was a way to rate the sales people they would get a five. They sold us a wonderful place where our mother would be safe and well cared for. She would have opportunity to go to church at least once a week and have her hair and nails (so very important!)groomed weekly. She would have activities that would challenge her and delicious meals, her laundry would be done and room cleaned with bed made each morning. What we actually bought residents sitting in the living room watching a constant stream of movies, church - very rarely ([Name removed] the activities director explained they often did not have enough aids to go with them. Hair nails and other niceties never. The food is mediocre at best. Room cleaned when house keeping had time. Never vacuumed as they never had time. I purchased a vacuum to keep in her room so I could vacuum. I clean her bathroom every time I go visit. There was so much dost on flat surfaces I needed two swingers! Laundry - there is no rhyme or reason to how it is done (or not done). Often her laundry basket is overflowing clearly having not been done in days. When it is done it is returned with items missing and other residents clothing mixed in. Once mixed in with her clean clothes was another residents very soiled night gown. There are too many fabulous places on the south shore for our parents to live don’t pay these exorbitant prices for less than fabulous. I suggest the [removed]
My review is of Avita, which is the memory care unit within Laurelwood. My mother was a resident for approximately five months. It is clean and the people are friendly that is where the great stops. The sales people do a wonderful job and you think your loved one will spend days involved in creative actives specifically designed for memory care issues, have fabulous meals, religious services available, grooming and other needs. Not true!
I was a resident in Respite Care this Fall after a serious operation. I absolutely loved my stay at Laurelwood. The facility is beautiful and very clean. More importantly, the staff is great - kind, friendly, courteous, efficient and professional. The staff and residents were very welcoming. There are always fun and interesting activities going on, geared for seniors. You are able to participate as much or as little as you desire. I cannot recommend this facility highly enough! It was wonderful!
My sister, and I am very impressed with this community. My father is doing well since his move, and we know he is in good hands. The staff is amazing, and they are taking very good care of him, and needs. They provide a great, vibrate environment for their residents. Everyone in this community is very kind, and friendly. It is such an amazing facility my sister, and I would live here our self's. We would highly recommend this community, it has worked out well for our family.
Response from Laurelwood at The PinehillsAugust 17, 2017
Thank you so much for your glowing review! Live well, love life!
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