575 Cayuga Creek Road, Buffalo, NY 14227
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There are some staff that care about the residents but not all. Starting with the administrators all they care about is making sure they cover up mistakes. None of them really care about the residents or what goes on. The blame is always on someone else. They really need to look into the menus for these residents & get opinions from them--they all complain about the food but it gets ignored. They don't care who they hire to take care of these people as long as they have a body there. A lot of the good employees are overlooked & taken for granted. These residents need more than just a place to live--they need more attention & care for their needs. The building itself is very nice for these residents. The activities are also great-there's a lot to do & the activities director is great with these residents. Its just to bad that the administrators (starting with the director) doesn't have enough compassion for these seniors. They're so sweet & deserve more.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The care was well below a standard you would want for your loved one. Patients not treated with the respect or dignity they deserve as their Alzheimer's disease/dementia progresses. They will convince you that drugging them to the max is what they need instead of alternative behavior management and properly training their staff. As staff goes, constant turn over, severe lack of training and most administrator's lack in professiolism and can look you in the face with sincerity and lie. Can you imagine how bad it truly is when loved ones are not there? Lack of care and proper staffing lead to falls and constant ambulance trips to hospital. Especially on holiday weekends. Low staffing and temps and off they go because of laziness and poor training. I wouldn't leave my dog there for a day. Nothing but regrets and guilt for thinking it was the right place for my loved one. Don't make the same mistake, look elsewhere.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My brother has been there for several years and the care he receives is below standard. His living there is not Medicaid funded. He pays for his living/care out of his own hard earned money. We felt when the time came for my brother to be placed in a nursing home facility he would be in a place that we felt fit his needs. The care givers do not watch over the patients. I have seen this too many times when I have visited him. My 2 brothers who are his executors have also witnessed this and have complained many times. Apparently on deaf ears.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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