The staff was alright, they just kept her in her bed or a wheelchair. She couldn't move, she'd get wheeled everywhere she couldn't get up and walk. They can't get around if they don't let them get up and try. I would look around if she needed rehab again but I would use them. They were clean. They could use more staff. They are real good about giving us a call if something happened, the communication is good.... Read more
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My dad is in there now and I am trying to get him transferred. Don't make the mistake like I did, find another place to put your loved one. First of all my dad did not have a call light to use, we had to attach it to his bed every time we went in to visit. Out of the six days he has been there he has only had water in his room two days. They are suppose to be encouraging fluids, I don't know how that is being done when he does not have it in his room. He was started on new medications without letting family know. Ants are in the bathroom. The smell of urine is terrible not just one time or by a certain room. It smells all of the time and I have been there 5 out of six days. It smell like several people have urinary tract infections. They are short of staff or at least it looks like it because when looking for someone to put your loved one to be no one can be found. There were two nurses that were helpful and very kind. My dad was sent there for rehab, he has only seen a physical therapist once for evaluation. Apparently not enough therapy staff either. The meals look terrible, in face it looked like the same things two days in a row
This place war horrible. When you walk in you can smell urine etc. My sister was there and I feel she could have been treated better. She was on a feeding tube and nothing allowed by mouth. They put someone in her room that could eat and ate her meals in her room. It was terrible that my sister had to smell the food and listen to them talk about what was on the tray. My sister hadn't eaten anything in over two months when she had her stroke. She was also left on the bed pan and forgotten about. When she rang for help they didn't always come right away. She was completely paralyzed on the left side and unable to help herself. One time they put her on the bed pan and didn't give her the call bell for the aid and or nurse. They left her on the bed pan for an hour. If they can do this to one patient just imagine the ones who can't speak for themselves and or have no family visiting. She also wasn't bathed as well as they could have done with her. She was in there over a month. They did clean her up really well before she was transferred. So thankful that her family was able to get her out of there. I do have to say my sister did say there were a couple of people who did take good care of her. I wish I knew their names. The staff would even comment that they were under staffed and doing their best.
The staff was alright, they just kept her in her bed or a wheelchair. She couldn't move, she'd get wheeled everywhere she couldn't get up and walk. They can't get around if they don't let them get up and try. I would look around if she needed rehab again but I would use them. They were clean. They could use more staff. They are real good about giving us a call if something happened, the communication is good.
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