2000 Leonard St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505
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My mom died b/c a resident w/ dementia yanked out my mom's walker from under her causing her to fall & have a stroke. In the hospital, she had 1 broken arm from a previous fall, her other arm bruised & purple, her shoulder bruised. She could not function properly after the stroke, but could respond, and talk like in a 'different language'. Then they placed her in "HOSPICE" at Pilgrim Manor. NO VISITS WERE ALLOWED FOR 1 WEEK!!! Calls made by family members in attempt to see my mom before she died, but no one was allowed, until after 7 days! Hospice was supposed to allow visits according to safety guidelines for people who are dying! BY THE TIME THEY ALLOWED THE 1st VISIT 1 WEEK LATER SHE WAS COMATOSE. When she was at the hospital, she was able to respond, could recognize and talk with you. After being in "Hospice" 1 week, she had a new wound caked w/ dried blood on the side of her head, and newly bruised & purple hand, as if someone had grabbed her hand and hit her on the head!
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