12928 North May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73120
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$5700-$6200. Unfurnished. $2000 Community fee.Free meals for 1 guest. Falls okay. 22 apts, 12 occupied. 1/4 ratio. 24 hr toileting. Unfurnished. 2 houses. Laundry 1x per week. Live entertainment 3x per month. Podiatrist 1x per month. Lots of music. Beautician and nails available. Older building. Converted from hotel, so feels hotel like and pleasant.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Thanks to Denise,for helping us find a beautiful new home. The first three months, we received several incentives and we certainly appreciated that help! Full price will start Jan 1st Wendi O'Donnell, Marketing Mgr. was informative and pleasant to work with, finding the right apartment, sharing the contract with us and answered our questions.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
I moved my mother there when it was Emeritus. Everything was perfect. The food was excellent! Mom was in pretty bad shape and was cared for in the best possible way. The management was superb! Then it was changed to Brookdale. Left much to be desired. The food quality went down somewhat. The staff wasn't nearly as happy. However, mom was still cared for in a great and sufficient way. Then it was changed AGAIN to Quail Creek. Wow. What a horrible decision to have Grace Management take over. EVERYTHING declined. I watched the staff quit and go elsewhere. Thank God our favorite 2 stayed on board! I don't know what we would have done without them! The food quality was a disgrace. The cook was really good, but I'm sure she didn't have enough money to get what she needed for a decent menu. They terminated who I thought was the best manager they have ever had. She cared, she worked hard, the residents loved her, she had the best communication skills and made sure everyone was happy and went out of her way, on her own time, to make sure things were the way they should be. Then a new person came in who showed no care at all for the residents. She never even made eye contact with them! I know this because I watched her regularly! Seems like all Grace Management was interested in was collecting rent. Not much beyond that. Four years ago, I would have referred this facility to anyone! I wouldn't let my dog live there now! And it's a shame. My mom is now with Jesus and all-in-all, she was happy there because the workers took such good care of her. They all loved her and she loved them back. This place needs some serious work in order to attract new residents. I was told years ago they were going to remodel. It looks like something from the 1960's. The carpet is unexplainable, especially after all the past "accidents" which happened on the carpet. And they need to modify their menu and make it more desirable and nutricious.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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