9131 Benfield Road, Charlotte, NC 28269
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I've had my parents in Shad's Landing for three years now. Without any reluctance, i must rate them five stars across the board. Of course, categories like "care services" have to be considered in the context of where they operate on the independent living to skilled care spectrum (closer, of course, to the former than the later). It certainly is more than a senior apartment; unless, you want it to serve as a senior apartment. Beyond meals, they have services, activities, and programs. Also, as it is an independent living arrangement, residents can have service providers come into their homes (and the staff can facilitate making connections to quality providers that service residents). All if this, positions them to fill a broad, yet, not too broad; and an appropriate space in the "spectrum" I referred to earlier. They manage this "appropriate environment" dynamic (if this makes sense) very well and, with tact and professionalism. Other than the infrequent ultra trivial complaint (e.g. they ran out of one of the options on the menu), I can think of no noteworthy "beefs". As it is more "communal" than living, say, in rural farmhouse, it is best if residents practice some flexibility and present themselves with an affable and pleasant demeanor. Though, if you choose, you can "keep to yourself" some without offending anyone. As my parents have been there for three years, there has been some staff turnover but, no more than you'd expect as people traverse through their work lives. Despite the normal turnover, there is consistency in the staffing. They must have effective leadership and processes to consistently maintain the caring, compassionate, pleasant, and professional staffing. We made the right decision in moving my parents into Shad's Landing. It positioned them in a safe, clean, and pleasant environment, run by a competent and caring staff, while adding some lifestyle enhancement optionsReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Even though our loved one did not always participate in the activities they still had a lot to offer. The residents would go out on outings to different stores to shop at, they would even have entertainment groups come in and sing for the residents. The food most of the time was good, some days it was really good and other days it was just okay. Overall when you entered this community it was very nice, but the rooms could use some updating. The rooms do not have a central air unit in them so it is hard to keep the temperature regulated and comfortable.
Response from Shads LandingApril 28, 2021
Hi there, thank you for taking the time to rate and review our community. Our goal is to have happy residents and family members so your feedback is important to us. Thank you
The quality of the facility is outstanding. The staff is courteous, helpful and friendly. The only negative could lead to problems in the future. This facility is grossly understaffed and many things go either undone or handled in an as necessary basis. The director is handling far too much and it could lead to a poor quality of life for the people living there. There is a definitive problem with Waterbugs/Roaches. I suspect that there is a root problem regarding the source of the infestation.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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