4549 Stilesboro Road, Kennesaw, GA 30152
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Our experience with Stilesboro Personal care home was terrible. When my dad got out of the hospital and rehab from C-diff [name removed] checked him and said he would workout fine there. After 1 day my Dad came down with C-diff again and went back to the hospital. After 7 weeks of hospital and rehab he returned to Stilesboro for 5 days and then got C-diff again and [name removed] said he could not come back. So my Dad was there a total of 6 days in 2 months and it cost us $6500. His first night there he fell on the floor and [name removed] was going to leave him on the floor on a mattress all night. My Dad was very upset and I ended going there at midnight to help pick him up, so he could sleep. At night there is only one person on duty, and if they have problems they call [name removed] to come help.
My mom lived there briefly bc at the time, we had no other options. Don’t be fooled. This place is awful and the owner is a liar and a phony to family members. The young women that work there are inexperienced and the newest one is particularly nasty. They have no cooking skills so everything is processed and unhealthy. For a full review please read my review on google. The only 5 star review on google was put there by the owner. There have been complaints with the state as well??
My dad moved into Stilesboro Personal Care Home after spending 30 days in Roselane Rehab where he had worked to regain his abilities to walk. My dad has a lesser aggressive variety of Parkinson's and he was also challenged by left leg amputation 4 years ago due to an old knee injury while playing college basketball for the U of Florida Gators. Dad regained strength and walking abilities while at Roselane. Upon transfer and admittance to Stilesboro, owner [name removed] took my dad's prosthetic leg, hearing aids, and cell phone away from him and placed him in a wheel chair where, according to McCook, my dad had agreed to that arrangement. My dad did not agree to that. According to [name removed], my dad had crushed his own ($4,000 value) hearing aids and his cellphone using the wheels of his wheelchair. This was a lie. I found my dad's cellphone hidden away in a drawer at Stilesboro. My dad's prosthetic leg was stored away inn the back of a closet at Stilesboro. I live in Texas and had trusted McCook's word that my dad "is walking around the lovely grounds here and getting fat on the good food we serve him." My dad lost over 15 pounds off of his already thin body in only one month at Stilesboro. My family and I in Texas made 3 trips to Kennesaw to rescue my dad. On May 15 when my dad and I made an emergency flight home to Texas, my dad was admitted to the hospital here in Texas and weighed only 161 pounds. My dad is 6'6" tall. This was reported to Cobb County and they Adult Protective agency did nothing. These and many more facts are well documented however it does not seem as though senior adult lives are worth much in Georgia, or at least Cobb County, Georgia and especially Stilesboro Personal Care Home. My family had some brief hope that Stilesboro affiliation with a place for Mom might offer assurance of no horrible circumstances happening to dad. That affiliation was useless for my dad and us. My dad regained over 20 pounds after return and care in Texas. My dad and I walk over a quarter of a mile at a time together now. Stilesboro and the home healthcare company working with Stilesboro providing "physical therapy" said my dad would never walk again a day in his life. If dad had remained at Stilesboro we agree that dad probably would not have ever walked again. Recollection of time at Stilesboro by my dad is a horror. My dad has told many people about this horror and believe me it was horrific. We have an obligation to make this public for the benefit of others.
It is a truly wonderful home that anyone would be happy to live in. The care giver is a true delight ... The owners are wonderful---very professional and courteous...they truly all treat one another like family . My sister said the food is delicious, and that they are always asking if she needs anything. The home is very well take care of and it makes it easy for everyone to get around . I can 't say enough good things about it---they are tops in customer service .
Nice place and location but typical fee-for-service pricing that is risky on our budget.
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