The Addison of Pleasant Prairie

9651 Prairie Ridge Blvd Pleasant Prairie WI 53158

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Welcome to The Addison of Pleasant Prairie, the premier senior living community in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, offering Assisted Living and Memory Care. Pleasant Prairie families are always welcome to visit their loved ones at The Addison, which is conveniently located at Prairie Ridge Blvd. and 96th Ave., a short walk to St. Anne's church. Residents of this great Wisconsin assisted living community enjoy the amenity-rich environment, which provides an unprecedented senior living experience in Pleasant Prairie. We would love for you to visit us with your loved ones and see our community for yourself!

Pricing at The Addison of Pleasant Prairie

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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of The Addison of Pleasant Prairie

3.7 of 5 Average rating
16 Reviews
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(9) A Place For Mom
(7) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Think Twice, cost is reasonable, services eh

    There are many comments about being understaffed. I agree, there is not a lot of the appropriate level of staffing to support the amount of people who live here. They rely on CNAs who are fresh out of school and really don't have enough training. I believe the staff is caring, but not capable. The value for the money is not there. They raise rates annually, however changes that occur are often to make things cheaper for the company. The biggest example is the food. The food options are unhealthy, do not fit the dietary needs of 90% of the residents, and quite frankly not much better than a cafeteria in a hospital. I have observed lack of fresh fruit, water and sodium soaked ham, heavy gravy, heavy cheese, etc... None of the food is good for a diabetic or cardiac patient. The facility is unwilling to listen to the residents or family members. They have a "resident advisory committee" however the sole purpose is for the various directors to tell people what is going on. They do not allow feedback and if it is given they say thank you and that is the last it is ever heard. I am also disappointed in the transportation services at the facility. When we toured we were told that it was available daily, but the reality is that it is only available Tuesday and Thursday first come first serve. My mother has had to pay for rides to doctor's appointments because the bus is too full for hair appointments off site. I am also concerned about my mother's safety on the bus. There have been numerous accidents where patients in wheelchairs were not properly secured and had been tossed to the floor. This has happened on a couple of occasions. The driver has not been disciplined to my knowledge. I have also found that my mother is out of medication and has to wait the weekend because they are not getting delivery until Monday. I find this unacceptable, and we are filing a complaint with the state. With the new increase, I continue to question what I am paying for. My mother complains regularly about the food, that some of the nurses are mean (though the turn over in nurses is about 200% - so typically resolves quickly), and the lack of things to do. Overall the staff is friendly, and my mother is aware enough to make appropriate choices and prevent things. I just questions her staying here based on the issues I have seen.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Think Twice, cost is reasonable, services eh

    There are many comments about being understaffed. I agree, there is not a lot of the appropriate level of staffing to support the amount of people who live here. They rely on CNAs who are fresh out of school and really don't have enough training. I believe the staff is caring, but not capable. The value for the money is not there. They raise rates annually, however changes that occur are often to make things cheaper for the company. The biggest example is the food. The food options are unhealthy, do not fit the dietary needs of 90% of the residents, and quite frankly not much better than a cafeteria in a hospital. I have observed lack of fresh fruit, water and sodium soaked ham, heavy gravy, heavy cheese, etc... None of the food is good for a diabetic or cardiac patient. The facility is unwilling to listen to the residents or family members. They have a "resident advisory committee" however the sole purpose is for the various directors to tell people what is going on. They do not allow feedback and if it is given they say thank you and that is the last it is ever heard. I am also disappointed in the transportation services at the facility. When we toured we were told that it was available daily, but the reality is that it is only available Tuesday and Thursday first come first serve. My mother has had to pay for rides to doctor's appointments because the bus is too full for hair appointments off site. I am also concerned about my mother's safety on the bus. There have been numerous accidents where patients in wheelchairs were not properly secured and had been tossed to the floor. This has happened on a couple of occasions. The driver has not been disciplined to my knowledge. I have also found that my mother is out of medication and has to wait the weekend because they are not getting delivery until Monday. I find this unacceptable, and we are filing a complaint with the state. With the new increase, I continue to question what I am paying for. My mother complains regularly about the food, that some of the nurses are mean (though the turn over in nurses is about 200% - so typically resolves quickly), and the lack of things to do. Overall the staff is friendly, and my mother is aware enough to make appropriate choices and prevent things. I just questions her staying here based on the issues I have seen.

  • There is no where near adequate staffing, and the staff that is provided is not trained properly (especially to handle the memory care residents). I witnessed staff in the memory care yelling at residents, and residents were constantly falling and walking around in soiled clothing and briefs. My grandmother will not even eat the food here because it is so unappetizing; it is either under or over cooked. I have witnessed my grandfather being given another reisdent’s medications. Sometimes call lights go completely unanswered. The aids and cleaning staff are constantly complaining to my grandmother about the poor staffing and how they are forced to come into work while sick. The building is new and pretty, yes, but do not let this obscure your judgement, as the care is simply very poor. Additionally, nearly every month we have had to argue the billing because we were overcharged.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    There is no where near adequate staffing, and the staff that is provided is not trained properly (especially to handle the memory care residents). I witnessed staff in the memory care yelling at residents, and residents were constantly falling and walking around in soiled clothing and briefs. My grandmother will not even eat the food here because it is so unappetizing; it is either under or over cooked. I have witnessed my grandfather being given another reisdent’s medications. Sometimes call lights go completely unanswered. The aids and cleaning staff are constantly complaining to my grandmother about the poor staffing and how they are forced to come into work while sick. The building is new and pretty, yes, but do not let this obscure your judgement, as the care is simply very poor. Additionally, nearly every month we have had to argue the billing because we were overcharged.

  • The Addison

    I stopped over to look at Addison, and I thought they were great. The community looked great, and I was able to take a short tour and see some of the rooms. I was worried that they didn’t take state aid however, so I didn’t want to risk moving my loved one here.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    The Addison

    I stopped over to look at Addison, and I thought they were great. The community looked great, and I was able to take a short tour and see some of the rooms. I was worried that they didn’t take state aid however, so I didn’t want to risk moving my loved one here.

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