8227 Meadowbridge Rd, Mechanicsville, VA 23116
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The community did a great job taking care of my loved one. She was there for a month and then was able to go back home on her own. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
The community doesn't have enough staff. The Harmony Collection is a nice place. It takes forever for my loved one to get their meals, and sometimes they don't have the food my loved one ordered. This all recently started after the COVID restrictions lifted.
I would recommend the community to others for their loved ones. The friendly staff and everything is brand new, and they are accommodating stands out to me. The community is working on creating a menu for vegetarians.
It was good community. The only downfall was the community only have a wing for memory care. My loved one would have had to share a room to make it affordable for us.
I thought it was impressive here. The difference between The Harmony Collection and the place we ended up choosing is we wanted a single level facility, and not too corporate of an entity The Harmony Collection had 3-4 levels, and my loved one would have been restricted to the first level due to his mobility. They have a lot of great features though. The rooms were highly presentable, and the facility itself was really nice. They’re building on an addition for independent living. There's a lot going on there, and things were fresh because it was a newer facility.
It's definitely the place you should choose. It's a beautiful facility, and it's newer. The staff, the nurses, even the people that live there are all very nice and friendly . My loved one has already made new friends. We're absolutely in love with it. It wasn't our first choice. My family actually wanted somewhere closer to my other siblings, but as it turns out, we're all happy and feel like it was meant to be. It was the best choice, and it just worked out for some reason for his benefit. My loved one is extremely happy there. He raves about how good the food is and is always telling me what meals he's had. And he's been a picky eater most of his life. They have two fitness centers, one on his floor and a larger one one the main floor, and he's doing physical therapy and exercises three days a week. All the places we looked at were very comparable for the services we've needed. And Harmony has done an excellent job with any concern or need we've had. So I think we're definitely getting what we're paying for. It's a great location, near medical facilities like doctor's offices and a hospital, and we've already found a physician nearby who actually comes out to the facility to see our love done. That has been huge for us. He's been completely reevaluated and is taking less medication than he was before, yet he's in better health than he's been in a long time. And having them manage his medications has been a godsend and a blessing.
We chose The Harmony Collection at Hanover because my mom had been on a tour of it years ago and she knows a lot of people there. It was also the best value that we found in area. She has a room that is about 450 square feet and she is very happy with it, it has a kitchenette and a very large bathroom. I have been very pleased, they evaluated her when she moved in and took her off of a bunch of medication and that has been really helpful. I would definitely recommend to other families who are looking.
We chose The Harmony Collection because I wanted her to be close to me and it also got good ratings for the area that it is in. The CNAs here on the 3rd floor are awesome, her biggest thing is that she feels safe here and she definitely does. As far as the administrative staff goes, when I try to get a hold of someone I usually have to email them 2-3 times before I can get an answer. My mom said the food was really good but she thinks that they have recently gotten a new chef and it is starting to decline some. I am very pleased with our experience and I would recommend them.
This is a very warm, caring, and knowledgeable community. I've been very satisfied. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and accessible. The food is pretty good. Any complaints about the food are rare and minor. I've seen my loved one in the community room singing and dancing, or sitting on a bench having a personal conversation with the staff, not medical/care related. They offer a good variety of activities, she's just not one to participate much. But they do make an effort to try to encourage her to participate. I think the value is good, it's just a sticker shock. They aren't the most expensive, but by no means the least expensive either. But the staff is very caring. They always greet me when I come in, and they're very easy to talk to when I call. They take the time to give that individualized attention to my loved one. Also the room is really nice.
It is a great place. My loved one really enjoys it. They take care of my loved one. There is a hospital right across the street in case the residents need assistance. The have a covered patio with bench seats with lots of walking paths. They have a sister community that will be opening soon. I've had the food and it is really good.
The medical staff were awesome. The administration staff were horrible. My husband said she couldn't manage a fly. There was no caring, they were just they to make money. They didn't care about the patients. If there was any challenge they would throw you out. One of my loved ones had sun downers and they called us one night and told us that we had to come get them. If you didn't sit in a wheelchair they didn't want anything to do with them. If the patient could walk around, they weren't patient with them. The new community will call me and have me calm my loved one down, when they are upset. Two of the nurses reached out to me to check on my parents. The environment was always clean, you just weren't comfortable there.
We chose this community because of the staff, they were not overcrowded, and the care received. He really liked the food, there was more variety and they always had coffee. The room sizes were very nice and large. Our favorite part about it is it looks nice, it looked like a hotel rather than a care home. There were a lot of veterans there and he loved that because he was a veteran himself. On Veterans day, they honored all the former veteran residents. They gave them flags and certificates.
After we chose the community and paid, things changed. Meals were not warm or on time. Very well intentioned but understaffed. My brother lived there about a month and a half. Residents seemed to be happy. My brother liked socializing at dinner. We expected more for the cost.
Feels like a hotel that has apartments with medical staff. Clean. Very nice apartments.
The staff are friendly and the facility is very nicely set up. They offer a ton of activities and the staff are all very friendly. My father lives here, and the only things which I personally feel are not perfect are the laundry service (missing items, sometimes sloppily folded/sloppily placed in closet or drawers); and there does not seem to be sufficient night staff (my father is often helped into bed much earlier than he would prefer because staff do it when they can fit it in). I get the sense that these issues are common in this type of facility. Overall however, I am extremely pleased and would recommend this facility!
I wish I could give this place 0 stars. The Crossings treated my loved one horribly and I wish we'd never moved him here. It was an awful experience for him and our entire family. The memory care unit and corporate are both horrible. They handled his dementia horribly, ignoring clear signs of his aggravation and confusion. Communicating with corporate is no better. They have no sympathy, empathy or passion for caring for senior citizens, it's clearly all about how much money they can bring in. I would strongly advise against moving anyone into the Crossings.
I went on a tour of the facility with one of the admission coordinators. She was quite rushed and condescending. Everything seemed "staged". We did not get a good feeling from the place. The nursing staff seemed quite unsure of themselves. I could not leave my family member there with a good conscious. There was no heartfelt concern or genuineness about the staff or the facility.
If there was a rating less than one I would pick it. My Uncle passed 7/5/18. It was a difficult ending made worse by his mismanaged care at this facility. Dementia is a condition which takes many resources. The Crossing could not handle our uncle due to a plethora of excuses. His stay started off ok but as his dementia worsened the episodes of mis-handling their patient started adding up. Off hour personnel not following procedure and at the end, in-ability to perform for patient. Their lack of ability to provide care came at the cost of adding an outside sitter to be with patient overnight until the family could decide where to take our uncle because the cost of Crossing is very high plus the addition of a requested sitter by the Crossings Staff to be with patient overnight. It would have bankrupted resources. I had to leave vacation and come back to get our Uncle out of that facility with the help of 5 other family members. He passed 3 days later. The new Hospice nurse explained that our Uncle was in terminal agitation when first observed at new facility. A term and diagnosis we had not yet heard from staff at Crossings. Do not use this facility.
I really loved Hanover Crossings. Maybe because it is a newer building, Everything was fresh and bright and cheerful. They had shared and single rooms. Their shared rooms were two separate rooms but they shared the bathroom which was in a little foyer outside of the bedroom doors. They had a 30 day program where you could try out the facility with your family member and you would pay a daily rate for the room. After 30 days you could to extend another 30 days or not. You could ultimately decide you would like your love to stay because it worked out so well. They have skilled nurses at the facility 24hrs. They are located not far from my house.
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