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My mother was a resident for several years. The only good thing there is the atmosphere and housekeeping. The administration was non responsive to any issues. They did not value patient and family rights and we struggled and had to involve the county ombudsmen to firm a family council. In our opinion Very few registered nurses and the cna staff has far too many residents and are constantly complaining of under staff and low wages. In our experience Residents encouraged to wear diapers , take anxiety meds and be wheelchair bound to make it easier for staff. Call bell response time is terrible with staff turning off bell without providing requested assistance. 2 patient transfer was ignored causing resident to suffer fracture. Lawsuit settled out of court. Weekend staffing is poor and resident care suffers. The negative list goes on.
It's just outside of Pittsburgh. The have a little bus that will pick you up and take you around to where you need to go but it was well over $6000 to $7000 a month for independent living! I don't think so! Everybody's different but I mean, I couldn't live there and my mom would probably only be able to stay for year and then she's have to find something else. It's very nice but they didn't have any rooms available anyway.
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