My Uncle is so happy here. When I visit him he just looks so alive and he doesn’t want to leave. The staff members are so nice and are very well mannered. Everyone is so helpful and understanding. If they’re busy and you need help, they will drop everything and help you. My uncle liked the food and he looks so much healthier now. When you go here, you see life. Everyone is loved and cared for. You see something worth fighting for. The only bad thing I can say is that you can smell cigarette smoke inside. I would recommend this community.... Read more
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My Uncle is so happy here. When I visit him he just looks so alive and he doesn’t want to leave. The staff members are so nice and are very well mannered. Everyone is so helpful and understanding. If they’re busy and you need help, they will drop everything and help you. My uncle liked the food and he looks so much healthier now. When you go here, you see life. Everyone is loved and cared for. You see something worth fighting for. The only bad thing I can say is that you can smell cigarette smoke inside. I would recommend this community.
I toured Queens Adult Care Canter while looking for care options for my stepdad, but I knew right away that this was not the sort of place I wanted him in. It was not clean, and seemed old and run down to me. The staff did not seem as helpful and caring as other places I had looked. I chose another community for my stepdad.
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Queens Adult Care Center has received an average review rating of 2.5 based on 2 reviews. See all reviews.
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