2145 Whitesville Rd, Toms River, NJ 08755
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The main reason my mom moved is for the socialization and dining with others in the dining room but now with the Covid-19 they are quarantined which makes things a little hard. I can’t wait for things to get back to normal.I think she will really enjoy the community and the socialization. I would definitely recommend Spring Oak to a friend.
I enjoyed my tour and was impressed with the staff
As a resident, you don’t get services you pay for. Read cont. they charge you for services they don’t give. If you say anything they’re working on it.FOR HOW LONG?
Very nice, for assisted living it is perfect. When you get into Memory Care part of the facility, it is just not what we would be comfortable with. Our family member is at the borderline of AL and Memory Care. Very pleasant tour.
I struggle to put an good yet an excellent rating on this review. My mom has dementia and I put her into an assisted living facility to keep her safe because I could not give full time care. I was led to believe that they would get her to doctor visits which I was struggling to do and keep my job. After she was already moved in it was then I was told that that would only happen one she was medicaid eligible. My mother struggles with a leg condition and because of her dementia tends to need frequent visits to the wound doctor. You see she simply cannot leave her bandages alone and ends up making the condition of her legs worse. I took her for four visits over a six week time period I struggled to get her into my car but simply cannot do it anymore. Before too long her legs were where they were to begin with. They told me that I needed to get her to the doctor and I reminded them that I could not physically get her into my car. The nurse in charge there then told me she would see what she could do. Well about three weeks later they havent gotten her to the doctor and now she has MRSA. I truly feel had they gotten her to the wound doctor she would not have developed this condition. To be honest if they would have just followed the orders that I brought back to them as they were written I believe she would be in better shape. I am truly concerned to move her because I think it would just move her mental state even lower than it already has since moving in there. I was also told that she would be able to participate in the activities that they have downstairs. Because she is in a locked floor staff needs to be assigned to go with the residents from that floor. I do not believe she has been able to go down to the activites more than five times since becoming a resident. With all this said I think that if she did not have dementia and could do more for herself she may have had a better outcome. Sadly her next step will be a nursing home and I carry the guilt knowing that I had no choice but to put her where she is at.
Do not put a family member in spring oak , care is not good, concerns go unaddressed.
We are removing our relative from this facility after 2 years. Has had a dramatic downward slide in the last few months. Unsafe for seniors.
Low price at the start but you have to furnish the apartment and there are extra fees which add up quickly. Seemed to me that the people living there are not very happy Apartment that I was shown had yet to be cleaned from the last person. Smelled funny. So not putting my Uncle there.
Moved our Mom to Spring Oak from an assisted living in Ocean Grove for a bigger living space. So not worth it!!! Very disappointed! Big sales pitch to get you in! My mom is currently in memory care, second level which I may add is an extra $1200.00 a month. She does not get showered, her room is filthy more often than not! They do no activities, no crafts from what is observed! I guess the trade off for a bigger room was a huge mistake!!! Often the staff is outside smoking, its fine but when residents need attention no one is around! What's sad is my mom is a very socialable woman and we feel she is not getting the activities she should. It is beyond me why she is in second level to begin with. Are they desperate for the extra money!? I would think second level memory care and for the extra money they would be a little more attentive!
It seemed nice, people friendly, fairly clean.I found that they really need a Kitchen staff that is experienced with the older people and what they should have to eat. A more versatile menu for what they can and cannot eat
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