4532 Abbey Place, Los Angeles, CA 90019
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Thank you to [name removed] at A Place For Mom for helping us find Olympic Board and Care! I give Olympic my highest recommendation. My father is SO HAPPY there, happier and healthier. This family run business is both extremely professional as well as providing the warm and gentle care of being at a loving home. I would never place my father somewhere I would not live myself. I am so grateful and highly recommend Olympic Board and Care , [name removed]Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
After being in two different large nursing facilities, my father who had very strong dementia came here. The most obvious benefit right off hand was the extra level of care and attention one gets when there are only 5/6 residents in a smaller space. It is difficult to get lost in the shuffle which is incredibly reassuring. The other reason for that extra bit of attention to detail is that Olympia is run by the owner, her daughter, and her niece (all with hands on experience) - not by a business person or a manager of a large organization. There is always a difference. I also really love the fact that only these 3 women are working at any time so you don't have the dizzying constant change of nurses/caregivers. The other benefit (at least for the family) is that the home feels like a home rather than a hospital with a little backyard + bougainvillea complete with the most adorable 5 year grand daughter of the owner + dog. This grand daughter and her mother also live in a little house behind Olympia so it is incredible for my father to see her running around from his window which faces the backyard. The downsides of such a small environment are: 1) the lack of space to walk around all day for a perfectly ambulating elderly person with dementia 2) the lack of community for a social personality I have found through the past 3 years of managing my father that different needs arise which require changes in facilities much like children having needs change of their schooling. Good luck during a very stressful process.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
I am super happy with the services at Olympic Board and Care for my husband. He has been improving, he does exercise daily, and has changed from being withdrawn to being an expressive person, who is friendly to the other residents. The caregivers are always available to answer the phone when I call. The facility has a prompt daily routine like, checking on the resident, bathing, mealtimes, and outdoor exercise, when there aren't too many sun rays. It's a clean and safe place for my husband. The caregivers are firm in their rules and policies, they are also very respectful, polite and responsive to my husband's needs. I am thankful that the facility is close to my house, it's also much less expensive, with a bigger private room than the previous facility where we were.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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