1119 Pick Pocket Plantation Drive, Beaufort, SC 29902
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These past months of being unable to see our ninety-four year-old mother would have been even more difficult had we not known in advance of the kindness of [name removed] and his wonderful co-workers. We are particularly grateful that, due to the vigilance of the staff, residents and workers remain virus-free. We look forward to thanking them in person right after we hug our mother!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My mother has been a resident of Summit Place of Beaufort for a number of years. We have all been pleased with the conditions and treatment of the residents until now. Unfortunately, the quality of life has diminished substantially...the facility is understaffed and overworked. The meal quality, which was exceptional is now, at best, mediocre and sometimes inedible. The daily activities which once were innovative and interesting to the residents are now so boring that residents do not even make an attempt to attend. Summit Place of Beaufort used to be a warm and welcoming place where residents and their families were welcomed into, what felt like, a true family environment. However, since the new administration has taken over, the entire aura of Summit Place has changed from a warm and cozy home environment to that of a cold institution and as the quality has declined, the cost has increased. I am in the process of finding another facility where my mother can live out the rest of her life in comfort and peace.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Where do I begin! This facility use to be friendly and inviting. The main reason I moved my mom into Summit was for the Activity Director and her creative style and loving approach towards mom. Sadly, that director was moved to the memory care unit and the new Activity Director is intimidating and cold with the residents. She sits at her desk all day and the new assistant only seems to paint everyday. The activity calendar is no longer filled with fun things. The activity department is only there two Saturdays a month! Mom and others are bored! No one seems to notice how much programming has dropped off nor do they seem to care. Other facilities have activities all weekends. Staffing is always an issue. They are always short. They can not keep a nurse on board among with having several executive directors in the past year. The building is dirty... carpets are filthy. Meals are certainly not five star. They are very cheap looking. I will be moving my mom out very soon. The company needs to hang on to great employees [Removed]. My mom definitely deserves better and I will find it.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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