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Our family had a virtual tour and an in person tour and the experience was great. Orchard Park is a very nice facility, however it was only assisted living and memory care and our loved one was just not ready for either of those.
Response from Orchard Park at SouthforkAugust 31, 2021
Thank you for the great review! We're glad to hear that we made a positive impression after your two tours. We wish you all the best in finding a home for your loved one!
It's a nice place but we had some issues, however, they did resolve them. I visited several and this community was able take him right away. The food was pretty good. When they cleaned his clean room, it wasn't thorough. The caregivers were very friendly ,very nice, and helped him out a great deal.
Response from Orchard Park at SouthforkJuly 6, 2020
Thank you for taking the time to leave us your review! Our team is dedicated to the growth in quality and service at our community. Having your honest feedback is very much appreciated and will contribute to our ongoing improvements. Please feel free to contact us anytime you have any suggestions on how we can continue to improve.
I really liked the activity schedule and room set up. However the $4000+ a month was not feasible for my mom’s budget.
Response from Orchard Park at SouthforkJune 25, 2020
Thank you for your review. We do have apartment options below $4,000; and we would love to discuss those with you at your earliest convenience. Please give us a call at [removed]. We hope to hear from you soon!
My loved one has been a resident at Orchard Park Southfork for about 6 months. For the most part, we have been pleased. The major concern/complaint is the understaffing and/or the need to keep the staff. Staff call off or quit abruptly and there is not enough employees available to assist the residents in a timely manner. The residents' call buttons are sometimes pushed several times for assistance within a period of 60-90 minutes before a staff finally comes in. What if the resident was in an emergent need or had fallen and could not get up. That to me is unacceptable. Another concern/complaint is the food is not very good and they keep saying they are making changes, etc. but there are no changes. There could be more activities and social events for the residents. There are some everyday, but for the more active residents (in house) there could be more offerings for activities. On a positive note, the nurse directors and the staff are all very kind and seem to care about the residents. They just need to step it up and go to the residents when the call buttons are pressed and with verbal requests for assistance. No one should have to wait longer than 15 minutes (tops) to be checked on and assisted. Also the cost has gone up $500.00 a month effective February 2018. That is an outlandish amount for a rent increase, by any facility. I do not know if we can continue to keep out loved one staying there. A fixed income is very tough and we are having to provide financial help.
We had an extended tour of the home and were very impressed with the leadership in the community. The staff appears engaged and knowledgeable. The apartments and facilities appear clean and well maintained.
Response from Orchard Park at SouthforkJune 13, 2019
Thank you for your review. We take great pride in our staff who help ensure that each resident has the best experience possible.
The facility is great. My mother in law was treated with care and dignity. Just pray when your family member passes away they don't own you a refund. It has been over 2 1/2 months since she passed and they still have not refunded our money. When I call I am told it has been processed. Yet, no check has arrived. They promise to call back and no calls are made. This has left a sour taste in my mouth for the facility. It shouldn't take that long to return our money. If you refer someone there, your referral bonus is not a check to you, like is implied. It can only be applied to active resident's account. This happened with the person who referred me there.
My wife was here and they never checked on her. They are very understaffed here. Everything started out good here then just went downhill. They would charge me things I never used. I had a lot of issues with the rehabilitation that they contracted. The only good thing here is it was a little bit less expensive, and they had a Dr or a nurse come 1x a week. I would not recommend this community. When I was moving her out the door was open a good 45 min with a buzzer going and nobody even came to see if it was a resident
Response from Orchard Park at SouthforkApril 16, 2018
Thank you for your honest feedback! We are always looking for ways to improve and help give every resident a great life. Please feel free to reach out at [removed] to let us know more about your experience.
The community does offer daily activities. The staff get to know the residents and their families. The caregivers are outgoing and great at interacting with the residents. I have good communication with the staff. The food is good and they offer healthy choices. The community is clean and the grounds are well maintained. I would recommend this community.
This is a great community with a lot of amenities for their residents. the staff was friendly and they did a very good job showing us around and answering our questions. We just did not think that it was as secure as my brother-in-law would need. I would recommend a tour here.
Unfortunately my mother in law was only in this community for a few weeks before she broke her hip. She is currently in rehab, and we do not know if she will be returning to this community. However this is a nice facility. The staff was kind, and was responsive when she fell. They were good too her overall. The community is well maintained, they do a good job with the cleanliness. It wasn't the right for my mother in law, and her needs. However it is a nice community, and I would recommend it.
I like this community for the care for my mom. The staff is caring and attentive to her needs. The staff needs to keep up with the cleaning of her room more ofter. The menu needs some small improvements. They offer activities for her to participate. I like knowing that she is happy at this community. We would recommend this community for good care.
Please do not take someone you love to this place. I give this place No Stars...The rooms do not get cleaned and roaches, The bathrooms should be cleaned daily, due to urine on the floor and feces on the toilet and grab bars.They make up the beds leaving the soiled sheets. Items go missing..vanish in thin air, as for CARE...there isn't any. Caregivers are not certified., nor are they compassionate. Memory care residents get corraled near the TV, where you may find 1 caregiver. The elderly need naps, but that would mean having to check on them individually... The most caregivers seen on the floor at any given time, other than during dinner, is 1-2. Don't bother to ask for help....they will ignore you or tell you they will find someone. During your initial tour, they tell you that there is a nurse Always on the premises...Not true. NO ACTIVITIES...unless corralling is an activity. Only bathing is done with a wet rag on their face. The sign says Assistant Memory Care...there is No Assistance. Your Love one is better Off alone in their Home. When you hear your love one tell a staff member that She is sorry and she will never do it again...That's a Red Flag!!! The Elderly with dementia who can't hear, are placed in Memory Care with Alztheimer patients, who are very lost. Therefore there is No stimulation for the resident who has dementia. They live in a world of silence and can't understand why they are being mistreated. Mental [Removed] and I would be concern about physical as well. There are No Cameras....no way of knowing which staff members are going in or out of the room. When you discover bruises and swelling....no one knows what happened. Of course, the fact that they are in Memory Care, your love one can't tell you what happened...they don't know. Do You believe the staff??? As for the time when you see More staff....breakfast, lunch and dinner. Take note...the extra staff is kitchen staff and sometimes 1-2 caregivers from the other side of the locked doors. How often are the residents taken to the toilet....0-1 How often are they changed 1 time per shift change. Each shift waits for the next to take care of it. No shift knows what happened on the shift before., and no one knows the reason why some patients can't walk or how to handle them when lifting. So....What can I tell you that will make your decision easy. Find another place.
We toured this community for care. The community did not have the feeling that we looking for. I wanted a more home feeling community for my dad. We did like the staff who did answer this questions we had. We would recommend that family members tour this community for the care of a loved one.
I had a nice tour of this community. Everyone was very kind, and friendly. The community was very nice looking. Everything was clean, and well maintained. The staff was informative, and my questions were answered. It was a good experience, but I found other community that suited our needs better.
We liked the community. Everyone was very friendly. The residents seemed to be happy. This may be the place for MOM.
I had the worst experience during my tour of this community. I wouldn't even send my dog here. Everything about this community needs improvement. From the staff to the up keep of the community, major improvement is needed.
Boy went there with my wife saw a room it was not even clean roaches crawling every where what a lie .....looks nice when you walk in but the rooms nasty .........and the lady her name was [Removed] was not very sincere she is not professional at all .....she spoke about victory lakes and how it would closer to are home .....we are looking there not league city ......so unprofessional. .......
Don't go here not a good place at all management awful they never have time to speak to the residents. ..and rude horrible they are always short staffed people are always quitting here this company it poorly handled from the top down .....we see faces for a week then they are gone if I knew before I moved here how it was going to be I would have never came here ....moved here in Aug then got a letter in December my rent was going up .......what is that ............I am moving somewhere else next month thank god ........so please beware of this place not what you see is always good ....
Beware of this place trust me staff never comes to your room when you call ...they change eds like I change my clothes .....every one is nice but one ....[Removed] memory care don't go to that side she is rude says she will help you lies ......just to get you in there plus all the hidden fees you don't see until mom moves in then they hit you with the actual price .........every year they go up 6 to 8 percent on your rent ........it's nothing but a bad place .........
Be very careful when dealing with these people regarding fees. We were quoted a specific price for my father in memory care. They honored that rate for one month and then raised it $320 the following month. They were told what his income would allow. We are looking for another facility. We are not happy. Beware!
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