17803 Imperial Hwy, Yorba Linda, CA 92886
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Like the Placentia place better because of the rooms. The resident rooms all have a sliding glass door and balcony. Having a room with lots of windows, and natural lighting is important for my mom's eye site. She also loves to sit on the porch. Everything else was comparable so Placentia won out over this one.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
When looking for a place to put my elderly father who suffers from dementia this placed seem to have all the needs met..Things start off good, and go to bad fast.They have activities and music time that at first they took my father out to, then as I started coming to visit I noticed he was not out any more.. I would find him in his room just looking out the window, sometimes not even dressed. or trying to get dressed, but he couldn't get his pants up by himself.. He went in there walking rather well, but he was soon put in a wheel chair, I'm sure it was so they could push him instead of waiting for him to walk to the dining room. When I asked if they would make sure my dad got out to activities with others they said yes, well that never happen.My dad feel several times, needing a trip to the hospital once for staples. They only get a shower twice a week, and they put most people in diapers, that don't get changed very often, so I feel if they are in dirty diapers daily they need a shower daily. They are very understaffed, and have very few RN's working there. Once I came into my dads room and he was laying on there floor, he had fallen and no one had even noticed him on the ground, or if they did they didn't stop to help him back up. I had talked to staff many times, asking them to do small things, like make sure hes dresses, take him to activities, asked to do his laundry that was overflowing since he had been in wet diapers for so long his clothes got wet too. One time I was visiting my dad in his room, it was lunch time. No one came and got him, I finally took him, 15 min after lunch had started, they said oh there you are... Really!!!! you didn't notice him not there, or just didn't care. No one checked his room to see where he was or seemed upset that he wasn't eating. I have know Idea how many other meals hes missed, because he didn't know it was time to eat, or no one came and got him. You need to supply all needs, diapers, Kleenex, personal products. This place in big bucks, so I would have thought diapers and Kleenex would be provided. I have since moved my dad to a place where the people shower him everyday, twice if needed, he is happy, he goes to activities, they take him outside for morning coffee he talked to other people and is much happier, This place is half the cost of Brookdale and does 100% better job..Best thing I ever did was move him out of Brookdale.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Day after day, I met with the nursing staff regarding my loved ones medications. It was a disaster. I complained to the doctor, head nurse, shift nurse, etc. all to no avail. I finally brought in the needed medications, but after 3 days they found them and took them away. Then I get a bill from Omnicare for $800.00 for drugs. Drugs that were to come home with her, but never did. I have attempted to discuss this issue with the Administrator, Randy , but he will NOT return any phone calls. I am now contacting the Elder Laws for a resolution Facility looks nice, but functions horribly. Beware that if your loved one is placed her, you must be there daily to make sure they are okay. Every patient needs an Advocate and should not be left alone. The only department that seemed to care was OT and PT. They really work well with the patient. Thank God we got her home in 2 weeks and hired caregivers to meet her needs.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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