4713 Garrett Rd, Durham, NC 27707
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This has to be the worst facility to put a loved one in. There is always a shortage of caregivers and the turn over if unbelievable. The smell of urine hits you before you even enter into the "Garden Area". The cost is high considering the lack of good care that is given. Many falls with patients. I can count on 1 hand at most responsible workers there and trust me NONE are in management. Fake, non caring, all about the dollar facility. STAY AWAY if its someone you love.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Great place feels like home very clean and staff is wonderful I would reccomend to anyoneReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Im afraid I cannot give a positive review. The facility looks good. It’s clean and the rooms are fine. I spent five days visiting my sister at Carillon. She has only been there since the middle of September and all I’ve heard from her and from her friends who frequently visit her is that she has been extremely unhappy there. She kept complaining about the food especially about there not being any choice in what was offered. I ate with her two times, once for lunch and once for dinner. I wasn’t sure what I was eating at dinner and both had to be two of the worst dining experiences I’ve ever had and I’m someone who doesn’t mind airplane food. The other issue for me was the sense of how unhappy the aides are. Some of them obviously are doing the best they can but seem to lack training or support to know how or have time to care adequately for an elder who has dementia. My sister is in the early stage. She can look and sound like she is capable of caring for her own needs but all one has to do is look at her to know she wouldn’t be able bathe herself completely without some help. She will tell you she doesn’t need or want help but she has a physical disability as well as the dementia that requires assistance from someone with at least basic knowledge of how to successfully along with the time to do so. This wasn’t happening at Carillon. When I told the new manager and head nurse my concerns and that I’d been able to find another place for my sister they asked me to give them three weeks to correct everything. I appreciated their attempts and could see they are doing their best. However, my sense is this amount of trouble is not something that can actually be corrected in just three weeks. This goes beyond just the workers or even the head staff. This reflects corporate policy. So I am moving my sister. I sincerely hope the two women who are now in charge can turn things around but I can’t afford to leave my sister there while they try to do so.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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