3 Avenida Aldea, Santa Fe, NM 87507
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A Place For Mom
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Two close friends of mine moved in 17 months ago. Legacy did some heavy advertising and many promises were made. The line We believe in challenging people! Caught my friends attention. They have fallen short on all promises. There are very few activities. Many of the residents are confused and wander around the building at will. One lady was constantly asking where her apt was. The building is not even half full. The staff turnover is at least 80% and they just fired the activities director who wasn,t there a year. My friend needs assistance with transferring and bathing. She has complained to me that a few staff members are rough when handling her. Because they are ALWAYS short staffed, she was not always getting her 2 showers a week. Today when she rang for assistance, the aide was very rude and acted as if she was being put out. Are there any pluses? The food is good and the chef tries to accommodate. The building is lovely . There are some nice staff...just not enough of them. Cons: Hiring and keeping nurses is a big issue. There is NO nurse on duty at night. Poor staffing. Recently a confused resident started pounding on residents doors in the middle of the night in an agitated state! In this time of Covid they are going their best to keep residents safe but with no planned activities some residents are having a tough time. Don,t move your loved one here.
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