562 Richmond Rd, Richmond Heights, OH 44143
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I would want other to know that this facility does not provide any linens or things such as soap and diapers, so you will need to provide that for your loved one. They have an outdoor porch area where residents are able to visit with their loved ones even during COVID and they still have bingo and other activities that they are keeping residents busy during the virus. The staff members have been very accommodating to my mothers routine and always call whenever anything happens, they are great at communication. It is always the same staff members who take care of the residents, so I know them and they know their residents very well. Overall, we have had a good experience so far.
Very dirty, workers not friendly. no one smiles or say hello. My Aunt and I were not impressed, she did not like the place
Response from Richmond Heights PlaceOctober 2, 2019
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This was a very different feel from brookdale mentor. Needs maintenance. Peeling paint scuffed walls. Staff not engaging or very welcoming.
Rude, unprofessional staff and nurses. Will never take my parent back there again Admitted for rehab and was disappointed with the way the facility was ran, lazy rude unprofessional nurses and especially the clinical nursing director. Poor managed facility with under skilled nurses and staff. Have no clue in what treatment and care the patients need.
Nursing staff are rude especially the ADCS. She is constantly talking down to family members that approach her or even call to check on their loved ones. The entire nursing staff seem to be in a state of panic and are very disorganized. I truly do not know how they received a 5- star rating.
Hello, we moved my Mom to this facility because she has dimensia but they allowed her to keep her beloved dog. However, after two months we had to move her again. The staff is lazy and not trained to deal with dimensia no matter what they say. The in-house medical support was lame at best. The Executive Director left as we moved Mom. I would never recommend this facility. Find a better facility which is actually prepared to deal with memory care and not just advertise it. Mom's new facility is much better although no dog. She doesn't remember her dog so the best case is do the right thing for your loved one but it is not Brookdale, in any of their facilities!
A very nice facility and one of the residents had nice things to say about the staff, but this was not the right level of care for my mother at this time.
The tour I had was okay but I was not fully impressed and I felt they were not the right community for my mom.
We toured this community for my father. We liked the staff. The community was clean and they have a lot of different buildings for the residents. My father wanted a bigger room than what was available at the time needed. We would recommend this community from what we saw from this nice tour.
This community is very nice and clean and seemed to be good. It was a little older and a little more worn though. I also did not like that there rooms were very small. My mom needed a little more space.
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