3000 Lenora Church Rd, Snellville, GA 30078
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I was shocked to learn that $2,500 would be required "up front." $2,000 for a "community fee" and $500 to "hold the room." I explained our situation over the phone and the administrator still wanted me to come for a tour. She knew that the monthly SSA benefit and the V.A.benefit would cover the monthly fee. What she did not state was they don't bill Medicare for the 20 day respite care. That was the deal breaker.
PLEASE READ AND DO NOT LEAVE YOUR LOVED ONE HERE BY ANY MEANS. If I could give zero stars I would have. Please be aware that this facility is under the name Parkside Post Acute and Rehabilitation Center My mother went in to this awful place in for two weeks and she came out worse off than when she went in. She was drugged up. Her bedsore was not tended to properly. Clothes full of feces. Too make a long story short, we took her out of there and then she died less than two weeks later. I am devastated that my mom went in to gain strength and I now I have just buried her. I hope I have just saved you the pain and anguish that I am suffering now.
Great staff and care. I had my mother at another facility and transferred her here. They were on top of her care needs.
This place is nasty always smells, can you imagine you ask them for a wash clothes they don’t even have it, I give them a 0 star
My sister is a resident at scepter, she arrived there with a server case of bed sores. However they are no long in that condition thanks to the help of their phenomenal wound care nurse Mr [name removed] and the aides that turn her to prevent pressure..... they say it takes a village well there’s a village at scepter...... thank you guys for a job well done.
If your relative is high functioning and can talk, the staff is great! They really care!...From the Healthcare Providers on down to the Housekeeping, Laundry staff and the Maintenance staff. They kid around with each other and are really happy. They all stop and pause to chat and to say hello to residents. The walls are not perfect and the place is older looking, but the staff is very caring and positive and upbeat. There are fun activities planned too. They really care about the residents. There is laughter in the halls. My brother loves living at Scepter. He has lived there almost a year. They have done a wonderful job placing him with really nice roommates. If you notice a problem, tell them and they will fix it. They accept Medicare and Medicaid. If you want a place that doesn't sweat the small stuff and focuses on the people...come visit! They even have a huge Aviarium with little finches that had babies! It is right next to Briscoe Park in Snellville, so if you wanted to take your relative for a walk or stroll outdoors you can! Just visit and feel the good vibes at Scepter. They serve a variety of good food! I am sure they will update the walls someday... they spent their money on hiring a wonderful loving staff!
Every time we call to check on our mother. They never answer the phone. When they do answer they hang up. They should be treating my mother well and they don’t. This is a terrible facility. My mother can’t stand it. As soon as we can get another place we’re moving her out. Plz feel free to call me for a reference. [removed]. They need to completely restaff. Everyone that works there acts like they hate their job and hate being there. They need to get workers that care about their patients.
Go by visit to see this loving place for yourself. The Rehabilitation Hall E is wonderful! The case worker is taking care to place my brother in a room in the long term care side that will be best for his personality. Amazingly, the residents/patients there like living at Scepter...I asked. The Business office is every efficient. The Admissions process was pain free. [Removed] is part counselor, because he was great at answering all of my concerns and listening to my emotions of having to admit my brother to nursing home level care. The medical staff takes great care of the families too. [Removed] has offered to try different things to help my brother adjust to his new home. Take note of the nice and CHEERFUL Staff that works there. The RN's, CNA's , LPN's and even the Housekeeping staff spread cheery words to the patients as they enter the rooms to do their job. Realize that elderly people in pain are sometimes grumpy, but Scepter's staff does their best to spread joy. They hug, smile and say hello to the patients. My brother is getting 3 types of therapy and has nothing but great things to say about the staff. The ER doctor at Eastside Medical even commented that Scepter was one of the better facilities in the area. They have good food too. My brother has gained weight on his pureed diet. The Medical Director, [Removed] has a gracious bedside manner. It is located right next to Briscoe Park, so if you wanted to take your relative out to hear children's laughter or get sunshine it is very convenient. The library is right next to the park. More importantly, it is 3.5 miles from Eastside Medical in case there is an emergency. The activities coordinators are joyful and plan fun activities for the residents. It was important that I had a place close to my home, so I could visit often. It is also close to his other doctor's offices. Scepter is a great home for my brother.
I agree with all the previous reviews it is a DUMP the rehab was great it is a "bait and switch" they act like they are great until you get to the Long Term care. At the rehab you always have someone cleaning, at the long term care you have to beg for the rooms to be cleaned. Always filthy, when you confront the nurses they act so alarm as if they just see that the rooms are dirty. They just put the food down it does not matter if you can help your self, know one even bother to raise the bed up so the patient can eat.
This place is awfull please do not send your loved one there they are unorganized and do not give anyone the care they deserve . They didn't change my father's undergarment s for 21 hours they forgot to feed him supper they also would not hook up his c pap breathing machine and also forgot to schedule his dialisis oppointment witch lead us to having to take him back to the hospital. Would love to give this place zero Starz
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