7410 Skidaway Rd, Savannah, GA 31406
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The memory care was depressing and had no outdoor access for community members. Assisted Living area was decent.
Response from Oaks at SavannahJune 23, 2021
Thank you for visiting with us recently. On the day you toured there may have been some wind damage from a recent storm, which has since been cleaned up. In nicer weather our Bridge to Rediscovery memory care residents enjoy our beautiful Memory Garden with its herbs, lemon tree and roses. We also frequently use our front porch with its comfortable rocking chairs and outdoor ceiling fans. We invite you to visit us again anytime, and wish you the best as you explore senior living options.
We chose Morningside because of the value for the money. I do think that the night time staff are a problem, they were grumpy and not very attentive to residents needs. I did have an issue that my mom was here 32 days and I had to move her because of care she needed, they charged me for an entire month extra for medications and the upgrade for the level of care that she was. Due to our experience I would maybe recommend to others looking.
Response from Oaks at SavannahMay 7, 2021
Hi Christi, I am the Executive Director and want to thank you for choosing Morningside of Savannah. Exceeding our resident and family expectations is our goal every time, and I hope you are willing to have a discussion with me about your experiences at our community. Please contact me at the community at your convenience.
I would recommend you find a different community. I ended up taking my loved one out of the community after a very short amount of time. I found the care to be substandard than what was our expectations. The food looked balanced and edible. At the time they delivered it hot.
Response from Oaks at SavannahJuly 20, 2021
I am the Executive Director and was sorry to read this review, which was unfortunately just published by SeniorAdvisor. While some time has passed since you wrote this, I would like to have a discussion with you about your concerns as we always strive to exceed the expectations of our residents and their families. Please contact me at the community at your earliest convenience.
We chose Morningside of Savannah because the facility was very clean and had no smell, it is spacious, and the location was good for our family. They had a lot of activities pre-covid, they had things like animals coming in once a week to visit with the residents, people coming in to play music, etc. The staff members try very hard and they are very patient with their residents and they are always available to talk to you, easy to communicate with. I would recommend to others who are looking.
We do like it, however they do seem understaffed. They do keep the community clean. They also are not keeping up with my mother's hygiene as much as they are supposed to. The quality of the food is also not as good anymore, which could be a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The staff is very courteous.
Response from Oaks at SavannahJuly 2, 2020
I am the Executive Director and want to thank you for your feedback. Exceeding our resident and family expectations is our goal every time, and since you feel we fell short I hope you are willing to have a discussion with me about your experiences at our community. Please contact me at the community at your earliest convenience.
My father absolutely loves this place!
Very nice place! Well run by a friendly staff.
We ruled this facility out. It was not well maintained. Staff did appear to be patient and engaged with residents. Reminded us too much of our loved one’s current facility.
Response from Oaks at SavannahSeptember 12, 2019
I am the Executive Director and want to thank you for visiting us recently and for your insightful comments on how our team members interact with our residents. Our entire team takes great pride not only in the care we provide to our residents on a daily basis, but in our beautiful building and grounds as well. I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your observations from your tour. To reassure you -- or any interested family -- of our care and hospitality I would be delighted to connect you with many current residents and family members who can tell you about their experiences at our community. Please contact me at the community at your convenience if we can be of further assistance as you look for a new home for your loved one.
I would not recommend memory care unit at Marshview. Majority of staff are incompetent and [Removed]. They are not properly trained in how to interact with residents suffering from memory loss. Make sure you observe the unit and speak with residents family members if they are present when you're there to get a better idea of the memory care unit.
Response from Oaks at SavannahOctober 5, 2017
I am the Executive Director at Marsh View. I want to reassure you that we provide the team members in our memory care neighborhood with training according to state regulations as well as in our organizations' unique Bridge to Rediscovery standards. Our goal is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where seniors living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia can flourish and share a positive life experience. That said, I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you regarding your observations; we are always looking for ways to listen and improve. Please contact me at the community -- my door is always open.
My grandmother fell in her bathroom and pressed her help button to which a nurse responded. [removed] My aunt arrived in the meantime and took care of the situation. The nurse called me to tell me that my grandma was at an ER but would be okay and would be back to the facility soon. Three weeks ago Grandma fell again while walking to my mother's truck. Grandma uses a walker, but also grabbed the safety railing, which was shaky and caused her to fall. [removed] Grandma will be in the hospital for at least two more weeks and then a rehab facility for a few more weeks. No one from Marshview has called or come by to check on her. When my mom or aunt use Grandma's apartment to shower, they have been ignored by the director, who refused to pay for Grandma's apartment while she is in the hospital.
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