Loretto Rehab Ctr in Syracuse, New York is one of senior living communities in the area. To find the right community for your needs and budget, connect with one of A Place For Mom’s local senior living advisors for free, expert advice.
Private, Semi-Private, 1bd
We are not “facilities” but secure, safe, small warm HOMES that have been providing quality long term care and love for twenty-five years here in Apalachin, New York. We are not shiny, fancy facilities. We are clean, comfortable, welcoming homes where all feel at home.The site provides a lot of...
Private, Semi-Private, 1bd
Family-Type Homes For Adults: A Senior Assisted Living Alternative. We are homes that provide help for adults who need aid in their daily activities, and who should not be left alone. We provide the needed supervision, and gentle kindness that a person would hope to find. We are not a NURSING...
This place needs to get shut down. Very dirty, unprofessional staff, don't treat residents well. Management can get away a with murder and the building is extremely understaffed.
Horrible place. Severely understaffed. Saw residents going to the bathroom in the hallways on the floor after begging staff to take them over and over. Staff will only tend to "their" residents. If your staff is on lunch or break, you aren't going to the bathroom until they get back. Staff was routinely on cell phones, gossiping and generally ignoring the residents. My loved one was told if she didn't like it there she should get out and go somewhere else. She was left sitting in a diaper, alone, for hours a day in front of a television that she could not see nor hear. She routinely had injuries that we were told were of unknown causes. Her belongings went missing all of the time. The food was terrible. We visited EVERY single day to try and take better care of her and provide her with some attention and compassion. Broke my heart to leave her there but with lack of ability to pay, we were reliant on Medicaid.
A dump. Awful, they had a leg monitor on her so she couldn't get out of bed. They kept her confined in a wheelchair and wouldn't let her walk. She had to lay in her bed and couldn't get up because they wouldn't let her.
My dad was there for 28 days and the medical insurance would pay for him to stay as long as he was progressing in rehab. Once he stopped progressing it switched to private pay and the were $390 a day so I was really under the gun to find something else. The nurses were fine. It's very institutional with people in the hallways yelling and people would just stroll into his room.
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