59 Bayville Avenue, Bayville, NY 11709
Rosewood on the Sound is an assisted living residence in Bayville, New York. We focus on complementing the lifestyle of residents while providing a professional continuum of care. We all get older and eventually grow to need assistance, company, and comfort. At Rosewood on the Sound, we make improved efforts to help ensure that we’re providing standard care to all we serve. Rosewood on the Sound is a wonderful place for New Yorkers, or those new to New York, to enjoy senior living.
Bayville, New York is home to West Harbor Beach, Bayville Historical Museum, and many other attractions and businesses, making our city a wonderful place to retire and take trips with loved ones.
On-campus, our community is modernly designed, with a chic interior, spacious living spaces, and elegant common areas. We offer an array of activities and amenities that enliven each day. We enjoy arts and crafts, meditation-relaxation, yoga and stretching, lectures, scenic cruises, and many other activities that promote social spiritedness.
Our professional healthcare staff are well trained to assist residents with activities of daily living (bathing, eating, transferring, etc.), medication management, memory loss programs, recreational and therapeutic activities, and much more. Residents’ healthcare is our top...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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I was an Occupational Therapist that went to Rosewood twice a week for some of my patients.. I have never seen such a poorly run facility and I am familiar with several that I work put of. Staff here is lazy and most don't even speak english. The management is oblivious to this because they are equally untrained and should not be in an administrator position.
We have not been able to go inside the facility due to covid so it is hard to judge. I would prefer they be a little better with communication, I have to follow up with them but they seem like they are quick with their response time. When I have facetimed with her she seems like she is good and well taken care of. She has had both vaccines and I think the facility is fine and with all things covid considered I would recommend them at this point.
My mom is a current resident here and I am actively looking for a new place for her but with Covid19 it is difficult to your a new facility. The care here is below par to say the least. There is a lack of nursing staff as in they don't even have a real nurse just a LPN who only works a few days a week. Rooms are always in disarray and are in need of a makeover. The dining room is always filthy with food on the floor and the residents aren't even eating their meals because no one is helping them to eat. The staff gives the nigh time meds at dinnertime so the residents fall asleep fast and they don't have to deal with them. Staff don't speak English well as I have a hard time communicating with them.
My mom was a resident here and received the worst care ever. I was lucky to be able to move her to a different facility where she is safe. She was only there 2 weeks and she was admitted to the hospital for a UTI due no one ever took her to the bathroom , they just let the residents sit in their diapers which is why they dou le and triple them up. After she came out of the hospital she was back in again whene she had a huge bruise above her eye and was a concussion. No body knows how she got that. Then after that stay in the hospital she got the flue in the facility and went back to the hospital. So even though she was a resident for a year she spent more time in hospital and rehab facility. Look elsewhere.
My dad was here for 1 year but he was fortunate enough to be able to tell us that this place was not good. I had been living in Florida before I relocated back to New York and started visiting with him everyday and placed him elsewhere. The rest of the residents are not that lucky. This place is very dirty and overmedicated it residents to the point of complete incoherence.
My mom was a resident of this facility for about a year before I had to move her due to the substandard care. Only 44 residents here but still not enough staff to attend to their needs. No real medical staff on duty only med tech to administer the meds . Most residents just sit around clearly over-medicated due no activities to speak of other than having the TV on all the time. Rooms always in need of being cleaned especially the shared bathrooms despite the fact that there appears to be a cleaner mopping floors all the time.
I had my mom here for 4 months before I realized that they were never going to make good on anything they promised us when we took a tour and committed to placing mom here. Look elsewhere instead of here. Residents just sit around all day , they appear to be drugged up do this way no one has to deal with them.
My dad lived here before he passed away this year and this place was not very good at all. Lack of staff and lack of activities and people just sit around doing nothing. My father needed medical care becasue of his diabetes and they claimed they could provide what he needed but that was not the case. He had open wound on his leg that was supposed to be changed everyday but that was not the case. There is no medical staff on duty just med techs that hand the meds. If medical attention was needed a doctor comes on every other week. I wish we had placed him elsewhere
I am a health care provider that visits this facility for the past years. The standards for the residents are clearly sub par at best. I feel compelled to write this reveiw since I will no longer be treating residents as I will be a permanent member of a new facility. The residents here are unable to benefit from physical therapy as they are too over medicated to comply with any instructions. Staffing levels appear to be severely insufficient. There is no kind of activities going on despite the fact that they have an activities director. Please consider placing your loved ones elsewhere.
I toured this facility twice in hopes it might be better the second time around but not a chance. The cheap price is what attracted me but the place stinks and is filthy. All residents sitting around over medicated. Never any happy faces to look at among the staff. The look tired and worn out. Rooms need an updating for sure as well as the outdoor areas. Look elsewhere
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