5526 Adams Ave, South Ogden, UT 84403
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They staff seem super friendly. Would definitely worth looking into.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My mom was a resident in the Alzheimer's/dementia care unit called the cottage for 7 mos. I was extremely dissapointed & dissatisfied with the care she received. The staff were all extremely young CNA's I NEVER ONCE SAW OR SPOKE WITH A REGISTERED NURSE and in my opinion werent trained well enough for the specialized care required for Alzheimer's and or dementia patients. There were countless times I'd visit my mom while the staff were all sitting together laughing & talking with each other not interacting with the residents, there were several times I went into my moms room & found feces all over the outside of the toilet, found my mom wandering back & forth in front of the refrigerator while the staff were oblivious, she was obviously thirsty but couldn't communicate so I'd get her a drink. During the weekdays mom thru Fri they have a person come in to play games or music with the residents for an hr a day but sat & sun the residents are left to wander around, stare out the windows or just sit in the front room getting agitated while the staff ignored them. When someone would get agitated (which unfortunately happens with this disease) the staff wouldn't interact with them or give them something to do, they just write a report stating so and so was agitated then the next thing was to medicate or sedate them! I had many meetings with the director of legacy [Removed] to voice my concerns, I got lots of promises but nothing changed. I don't think the residents receive the level of care they need. If your expecting your loved one to be taken care of in a nurturing caring environment this isn't it. They couldn't even provide the basic care promised in the contract such as helping my mom brush her teeth when she first arrived. When my moms illness got worse to where she could no longer swallow pills (her medication) the cna's were oblivious & would put them in her hand anyway then my mom would drop them on the floor, not one of them had the training to understand she just COULDNT SWALLOW PILLS ANYMORE. When my mom could no longer feed herself during breakfast lunch or dinner not one of the CNA's noticed, I did, I fed her and had to speak with the director AGAIN to ask him to please tell the staff. Thank god I able to visit my mom almost daily to witness how ill equipped the staff was in taking care of her as the illness progressed & her needs increased. I absolutely WOULD NOT recommend sending your loved on here. Until better and more frequent training is provided the level of care won't improve. I wish I could provide a place where people would get the proper care they so deserveReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
We were very impressed by the assisted living care provided here, it is a lovely facility and the staff are friendly and helpful. The memory care unit here is smaller and more limited than what we wanted for our loved one, so when her needs advanced to that point we decided to look into other options. Up until that point however, this place was fantastic. The front staff always knew you by name and seemed to know a lot about my mom.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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