101 Sterling Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127
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The only reason we did not go with this community is because they did not have a private suite available for my loved one. Other than that they were great.
They've been fairly easy to work with, and they're pretty responsive. I would say they're not perfect. They do drop the ball a lot on small details like getting my loved one ready for appointments and making sure she's clean and nails groomed. She's certainly not being neglected though. The facility is very nice. For the amount of money that it costs, it's not outlandish relative to their competition, but I wish they were more transparent from the start about what services are available on site vs what appointments and services we would have to utilize off site. We did have to make a quick transition to move in, and they definitely helped accommodate us. From a business standpoint, the seem pretty semi-organized.
11 weeks my Husband resided at this facility. ( This was before Covid struck. ) When transferred to a skilled nursing facility, staff there reported and documented, "bright red fungal like rash in bilateral groins and peri area, right hip showed deep tissue injury, right heel showed deep tissue injury, left heel showed Stage 111 pressure sore and right elbow scab". ( I did notice this elbow injury before scabbing over, and was told " I should of reported it sooner,") No follow up there. All this after only 11 weeks. I did send letters to the Peregrine Corporate Offices regarding my concerns and never received any feedback from them. No one seemed to care, no empathy from them what so ever. No one held accountable. In conclusion, my experience at Peregrine turned into a nightmare. During the time my Husband resided there, I had no major issues. Maybe his elbow injury, but everything else all came to light after he was released and transferred to skilled nursing.
I think it was the best available choice we had. There's not a lot of options in our small area. It is the best around the area for your parents. My father was in a situation that he could've helped, and thy chose not too. He was dying of cancer and dementia. They choose not to call an ambulance and could have do that. They have one doctor and the doctor doesn't seem to know what they are doing. There has been a couple of things that they should have treated the residents better. I even found human feces there at a visit in the hallway. If your parent seems to be in pretty good shape, it would be nice to place there. If they get sicker, then they get removed. I think if I could do it over again, I would choose a different community from the start.
My dad was there 3 months and in that 3 months many problems mostly with his hands on care to the point we have moved him out . There is a new administrator who understands the place needs an over haul so really hope things improve and that my dads new place provides the care we expect and he deserves .
I can’t say enough about the kind, caring, attentive and knowledgeable staff at Peregrine. The level of personalized attention and dignity afforded every resident is incomparable. Over the past several years we have entrusted our parents’ care to a total of five area facilities—independent living, assisted living, rehab and memory care — all five-star rated. Peregrine is exceptional.
A wonderful community but they just raised their prices and are now beyond our price range and the assets my Mother has left.
I love this community for what they are able to do for the care of my relative. The staff is outstanding and caring. This community is always clean and has a nice environment. I am very happy to know that he is eating a lot and likes the meals that are healthy. He is enjoying a lot of the activities that are offered and likes making new friends. We would highly recommend the care and the value of this community to other families.
We are happy with the care at this community. The staff is nice and caring. We like the variety of the menu of healthy meals. They do offer a lot of activities for the residents who want to participate. We would recommend the care and value of this community for other families.
We have not had any complaints about this place so far. The aides are very good with mom and they have been getting her up and involved with the activities. Mom likes the food and the dining experience.
My mom is getting great care here in the community. The staff is excellent and caring. She appears to be happy with the meals and the variety. They do offer a variety of activities for those who can participaqte. This has a good feeling for my mom. I would recommend this value and the care for other families.
The staff members were excellent. I was lead to believe that they had a lot to offer my husband who is suffering from dementia. I was told that they had all kinds of activity's for him. There was absolutely nothing to offer him. I was told that the facility was locked down. True it was but my husband got out 4 times from emergence exits and I was with him each time, So this is a facility for women ages 80 and up and like to play bingo.
Peregrine's Landing in Orchard Park is probably about the nicest place for a family to take a loved one who can no longer be cared for adequately at home. It is a warm, cheerful environment, with a relatively small number of residents compared to some of the skilled-nursing facilities, & is very-well priced, considering the cost of facility care these days. It also feels nothing like a "facility", and the staff is universally friendly and caring toward the folks who live there. The food is good, with healthy choices. The residents' own rooms are quite large and attractive, and there are lots of activities to keep minds and bodies active & engaged. My mother, who swore she would never leave her home of 55 years, has acclimated very well; after only 2 months she is doing better, both mentally and physically, than she was at home, & looks forward to her day & seeing her new friends. I feel confident that we made the right choice for her, & it's a pleasure to visit her there, instead of a guilty chore. The only caveat one needs to understand is that this is a memory care home, NOT a skilled-nursing facility, so once your loved one can no longer feed him/herself or walk independently with a walker, you will need to find a skilled-nursing facility. They also do not take Medicaid.
My mother-in-law had a 14 day respite care stay at Peregrine's Landing at Orchard Park. And we are thinking about moving her there in the future. I would recommend this community. One of the nicest things was the friendliness of the staff.
It is clean. The staff is friendly and helpful in all situations. The layout is around a central courtyard, open in good weather. Residents are able to walk with or without mechanical assistance around the hand rail equipped halls giving them some sense of freedom. The food is simple but good and nicely presented. The rooms are large and attractive. Many activities are offered for those capable on varying functional levels.
We toured this community and it was very good, I liked it a lot. It was cheaper than other communities in the area, but offered the same services and care for my loved one. It is my favorite so far, out of all the senior care communities I have seen.
I went with my daughter to look at the community for my wife when the time came and I was very impressed! It is extremely clean and fresh, and everyone there is so nice and friendly. I liked the bathing facilities and even the little kitchen if she wanted a cup of coffee. It overall just had great features!
We had a very rough go with my dad. The staff has been wonderful and I know my dad is in a safe and friendly environment. Love the pet therapy!
My advisor really understood the needs of my father. I think he will adjust well. The staff has been wonderful and look forward to visiting again.
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