645 FM 967, Buda, TX 78610
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I think that the memory care unit is nice. Right now anyway, it's very small. They have maybe 10 residents total. So it's small enough for them to all be in the common area together, and it's kind of cozy. The staff are pretty much young girls, but they're all good. Some are sharper and quicker than others, but they're still all good. I do think they're understaffed and could use more help. The food is pretty decent. And the place is pretty clean. But especially with Covid, I know they don't have the time to disinfect every little thing every second. But they do make an effort. I would definitely recommend this community to others.
The community has been wonderful, the staff members are great and very considerate. We do not have to worry about our loved one there, they are taking great care off all her needs. Her diet is more limited so she is not able to eat all the meals but the food is very good. The value for our mother is a little expensive, but for our father who is in memory care the value is excellent.
The management was inept. They promised activities and level of service that were never followed through with. There were some wonderful staff who were not treated well or given necessary resources and support by management. They were understaffed for the needs residents. The most concerning thing was that they were several medications errors with multiple residents. Unless things have changed, I would not recommend placing a loved one there.
I was very impressed the the facility and the staff seems to be a very caring and thoughtful.
I’m writing this review to expose what greedy, uncaring people run this place. I was going to move my mother to the memory care facility. I put down our $500 deposit but unfortunately my mother passed away a week before we were going to move her in. I had written the deposit check several days prior to and they hadn’t deposited it. However, the day she passed I called them and they chose to cash the check that day. Once I realized the check had been cashed and cleared our bank I called them only to be told that our money would be refunded within 30 days. The 30 days have passed and I’ve tried to contact them several times only to get voice mail and no return calls. People that can take advantage of people in their worst times aren’t people that I would entrust my love ones to, I’m just glad my mother never had to experience that lack of caring.
Moved my mother in April 2019....she LOVES it!! The facility is new, beautifully decorated, salon, lovely dining room, media room, library, patios and even a little chapel. The chefs are so good....they even make homemade breads and pastries! The staff is what makes this place so great!! They are kind, attentive and helpful. They truly care about the residents!!! They treat my mom like family, and she couldn’t be happier! Also, their rooms and bathrooms are larger than any of the other assisted living facilities that we looked at....and we looked at quite a few. And my mom LOVES the big walk in closet that you will not find at other places. Can’t say enough good stuff about this place!
I toured this facility. It’s a fairly new building and everything went well, however there were no openings at the time that I was looking to move my Mom in. I was able to see the dining area; it looked nice and had a set menu. The rooms were really nice and the furniture was included. The person that gave me the tour knew a lot about what the facility had to offer and answered all of my questions. The building looked clean, they talked about a few activities they could provide, and on the day of my tour they were even making cupcakes. The reason I didn’t move my Mom in, though, was because it didn’t feel like a very warm atmosphere and there were no openings available.
We chose this community for lots of reasons, but one was because they had lots of activities daily to keep mom as active as possible. They director told us they were going to make some changes to the patio area and we were pleased they did what they said they would do. They put in a sidewalk to make it easier for wheelchairs. The staff is caring and nurturing and communicates well the family. Always clean and nice smelling. They get 3 meals a day which is comforting. I would recommend this community.
This community is only for memory care residents and we were looking for a more independent living community. They do not offer a lot of private rooms and the closets are very small. The people I met were nice and the community seemed clean.
Terrible experience in the end. Monitoring in public areas so inadequate that my husband wound up in ER [Removed]. Due to severe Sundowning issues brought on by mismanaged medication regimen through a (recommended by Sodalis) hospice service, my husband was asked to leave 3 days before November--after I had prepaid $5250 for November.[Removed]. They refused to refund any of the November monies although he never spent a day in their care in November.
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