1501 Secessionville Rd., James Island, SC 29412
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Nice intimate facility with helpful, friendly staff. A good for my mother w/her mobility and sight issues. However, this facility was much more expensive on rent/community fee, but they said they could work with us on that
This community was nice in comparison to others that we saw. The community was a good size not overly big where I felt my mom would get confused and lost. The grounds were lovely and inside was very well kept very clean. The staff was very nice the person who did the tour was very informative took their time didn't make us feel rushed.
Things happened very fast with availability. My mother is very happy here. This is the first time every we had to go with a companion and it is the best thing we have ever done.We did it for financial reasons but they get along great, they look out for each other. Everyone, there is already likes family. It took her a week to adjust to the meals, but she is doing better now. She is interacting with other residents and joining activities, we are happy with this community.
We toured this community when we were looking for my sister. They did turn her down because they didn't feel they could provide the level of care she needs. It was a wonderful place with a friendly staff. I wish we could have moved my sister here but it wasn't a good fit for us.
I like the fact that the place is homey. All of the staff seem to be very accommodating and welcoming. My mother seems to be very comfortable. The place is clean and they have a good variety of activities. My mother's more favorite is when thy play Uno. The meals she is not crazy about, she doesn't always like the choices. But it's not home cooked meals and I'm sure it's like that in other places. Other than that, things are going well and we like the place.
The community was very homey and a beautiful setting. Everyone was very friendly. The location would have been difficult for everyone in the family to get to, so that is why we chose somewhere else. Loved the room layouts.
It has been a transition process since my mother's move to this community. Some days are better than others, but overall she seems to like the place. The family loves the community, we know she is being cared for well. My only issue has been that it isn't a completely secure facility. My mother got out the back door, and now I have to stay, or hire someone to sit with her 24 hours. That is the only problem I have with this community. Other than that the food is good, and they have nice activities available. At this moment due to the security system. I'am not quite sure I would recommend it.
We did end up having the tour and it was good. I was helped and all of my questions answered. Things were okay and the community was nice. We just did not think that it was a good fit for my wife.
As of right now I have little to no complaints about this community, they have friendly staff and all of the residents have been very welcoming to my mother. My favorite thing about this place is how involved they keep the family members . We are able to join in on many of the activities and share meals with my mother as well as take her off campus whenever we would like.
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