2020 Town Center West Way, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
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We toured with Oakmont of El Dorado Hills, and it was a nice place. They were not as accommodating with my loved one's situation, so we went with another facility.
They have large apartments for the residents, and a beautiful separate patio for the memory care side. They are good with schedules, they offer driving to doctors visits etc. The employees are very friendly and seem extremely caring, but right now the activities are still pretty limited.
We chose Oakmont of El Dorado because of the accessibility of the facility. When I first came in here it was not a very good experience. Since I have gotten everything straightened out, it has been a much better experience. All of the staff members have been polite and we get along well. The food is hit or miss, some days it is great, other days I cannot eat it. I do think they would benefit from doing spot checks and coming around to check in on the residents. After all is said and done, it is a pretty good facility and they made some positive changes that I recommended.
Liars and deceitful. Understaffed, mom was neglected. Thank God we moved her.
When my mom moved in she was suffering from arthritis but able to walk with a walker. Her condition worsened until she could only stand and pivot with assistance. Oakmont staff wanted to use a hoyer lift to transfer bc they were concerned about falls. Mom did not want to lose the ability to stand but finally complied. Oakmont transferred her using a lift for ~2 mo before issuing a 30-day eviction notice saying she exceeded their care abilities. They kicked her out for being reliant on a tool they asked her to use. The agreement states Oakmont provides "assistance with bathing, grooming,... ambulating, toileting and transferring." It does not say that they won’t use a lift. We asked them to reconsider. They would not. I noted COVID makes finding a new facility difficult & requested 15 add’l days to move. Oakmont refused. Their lack of empathy & flexibility was astounding. I don't want anyone to undergo the hardship, stress, & unexpected cost of moving out we had to endure.
Oakmont of El Dorado Hills is a newer community. We have been very pleased with how the staff there has handled the adjustment period for my parents moving into a senior living community from their previous residence. They have also done a great job handling the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuring the residents safety. The activities at the community are good. The price is a little high, however, and the meals have not been as good as they had originally promised. Despite this however, they do seem to be making an effort to improve.
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