Pete's Place

243 Sinsbury Drive North Worthington OH 43085

866-465-5993

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Overview of Pete's Place located in Worthington, Ohio

At Pete's Place, we offer a host of community amenities. Residents can participate in regularly scheduled off-site experiences and trips. Free resident parking is available at our location.

Dining Amenities

We provide occupants with meals throughout the day. We offer specified meal options such as vegetarian food and Kosher fare.

On-Site Activities

We have specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical health.

Outdoor Common Areas

Outdoor common areas are designed with accessibility, flow, and movement in mind.

Indoor Common Areas

Indoor common areas are quiet and a nice place to enjoy the company of fellow residents or just to relax.

Community Amenities at Pete's Place

Living Options and Amenities

We offer wheelchair accessible units. Ground floor units are available. To accommodate our residents, WanderGuard capability is employed to ensure the safety of our residents. Resident rooms featuring wheelchair accessible showers are available. Units with a private bath are also available.

Available Amenities at Pete's Place

Transportation

We provide complimentary transportation services at our community.

Personal Services

We offer devotional services on-site, so residents can practice or worship in the privacy of our community. Offsite devotional services are offered in the nearby area.

Medical Care Services

Our 24-hour awake staff is available to assist your loved one in fulfilling time-sensitive needs, should they arise. Our community staff includes registered nurses. In addition to other transfer services, our community provides 1-person assisted transfers. We recruit first-class visiting podiatrists whose job it is to ensure our residents are happy, fit, and mobile. Regular visits from specialized occupational therapists are available to residents to aid development, recovery, improvements, and maintenance of skills needed for daily living. Speech therapy services are provided by trained and certified speech-pathologists. A visiting nurse is available to all residents. A dentist pays regular visits to our facility. Our residents may schedule reminders for medication and care activities. On-site hospice care is provided. Our community offers respite care - a short-term stay at a senior living community - perfect for those recovering from a hospital visit, the interim during which a caregiver takes an extended vacation, or simply to experience a senior living trial period. Services include incontinence care for bladder-related and bowel-related symptoms. Services for residents with Disorientation/Lack of Awareness issues ensure residents are well-directed and receive support in living a healthy lifestyle, and that no one's needs are neglected. Alzheimer's and dementia may encourage wandering as a means of coping with anxiety. Our facility utilizes a locked and secured perimeter to ensure the safety of our residents.

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Community Certifications

Our community is licensed for 5 residents.

Pricing at Pete's Place

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Pete's Place

3.3 of 5 Average rating
4 Reviews
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(2) A Place For Mom
(2) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Location is perfect. Small ...

    Location is perfect. Small house but the back yard is inviting and the opportunity to take walks around the neighborhood is nice. Would use this facility for quick relocation for mom because they dont require a contract.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Location is perfect. Small ...

    Location is perfect. Small house but the back yard is inviting and the opportunity to take walks around the neighborhood is nice. Would use this facility for quick relocation for mom because they dont require a contract.

  • Pete's Place

    We saw some troubling things that we felt were serious problems. • We believe that the staff was not qualified to handle a male resident who, although not large, was ambulating and could possibly have more strength than the staff. This was after the resident was “approved” by the consulting nurse to live in the facility. • Staff called me, asking me to identify a pill. Obviously, I could not have known over the phone and had to make a trip to the house. Staff said the pharmacy person who delivered it said what it was but she did not remember. I was astonished that something so important was not written down. Our family all were very concerned that the pill was not identifiable by staff. • I sent supplies and typed up 3-step directions on how to care for a wound (1. clean with gauze & saline, 2. apply antibiotic cream, 3. cover with supplied bandages so it would not stick to the wound). When I visited the 2nd day, the resident had gauze on his head. Definitely, that was not going to keep the wound moist and would be possibly painful to remove. We were very concerned that staff was not able to follow these simple directions. The quality of care was not as expected. • I was told that staff members had to be shown how to redirect the resident—how not to say “No” and “Don’t do that” and to be positive and move him onto something else. I would think that with their years of experience, staff would already know how to do that. • A staff member took a very high blood pressure reading the first day the resident was there. I asked if maybe it was wrong; I was told No. I was extremely concerned and made an emergency doctor appointment. A day later, blood pressure readings were very much more normal. Staff should have taken the blood pressure reading again immediately instead of having me worry that he was going to have a heart attack. I have to question the staff’s skill, equipment used and the staff’s decision-making process. • When resident’s family was moving furniture in, they saw three “piles of pills” sitting on the kitchen counter, unmarked and unattended. That sounded like a prescription for disaster to us, either by not having the correct person receive the correct medicine/dose, or having someone who is not fully in charge of themselves grab a pill/pills and take them and become ill, or worse. I understand that they are not a nursing facility, but we were told basic needs would be met. I believe their intentions are in the right place, but execution was not as expected.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Pete's Place

    We saw some troubling things that we felt were serious problems. • We believe that the staff was not qualified to handle a male resident who, although not large, was ambulating and could possibly have more strength than the staff. This was after the resident was “approved” by the consulting nurse to live in the facility. • Staff called me, asking me to identify a pill. Obviously, I could not have known over the phone and had to make a trip to the house. Staff said the pharmacy person who delivered it said what it was but she did not remember. I was astonished that something so important was not written down. Our family all were very concerned that the pill was not identifiable by staff. • I sent supplies and typed up 3-step directions on how to care for a wound (1. clean with gauze & saline, 2. apply antibiotic cream, 3. cover with supplied bandages so it would not stick to the wound). When I visited the 2nd day, the resident had gauze on his head. Definitely, that was not going to keep the wound moist and would be possibly painful to remove. We were very concerned that staff was not able to follow these simple directions. The quality of care was not as expected. • I was told that staff members had to be shown how to redirect the resident—how not to say “No” and “Don’t do that” and to be positive and move him onto something else. I would think that with their years of experience, staff would already know how to do that. • A staff member took a very high blood pressure reading the first day the resident was there. I asked if maybe it was wrong; I was told No. I was extremely concerned and made an emergency doctor appointment. A day later, blood pressure readings were very much more normal. Staff should have taken the blood pressure reading again immediately instead of having me worry that he was going to have a heart attack. I have to question the staff’s skill, equipment used and the staff’s decision-making process. • When resident’s family was moving furniture in, they saw three “piles of pills” sitting on the kitchen counter, unmarked and unattended. That sounded like a prescription for disaster to us, either by not having the correct person receive the correct medicine/dose, or having someone who is not fully in charge of themselves grab a pill/pills and take them and become ill, or worse. I understand that they are not a nursing facility, but we were told basic needs would be met. I believe their intentions are in the right place, but execution was not as expected.

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Community Details at Pete's Place

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    • Pete's Place Amenities

      • Activities Onsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Private Bath
      • Meals Provided
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Onsite

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