825 Carillon Dr, Bartlett, IL 60103
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Clare Oaks is bankrupt. Clare Oaks lost a $4.1 million dollar lawsuit when a jury found that a resident's medications were mismanaged leading to negative health consequences. If you love your parent, do not put them in this facility. You will regret it forever.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My mother has been a resident at Clare Oaks for several years now, and until this past year have had no problems at all. In the past year, besides items going missing (told accidently thrown out and similar stories) have been frequently harassed by [name removed] regarding threats of paying more money or kicking my mother out. Being on Medicare and Medicaid, has not stopped her demands. Having her social security directed to Clare Oaks, is not sufficient. Yet again am getting threatening letters (and there was never a polite one to start with from this...person) demanding more money which doesn't exist, be sent to them, else my mother will be set out on the street. I cannot believe any place expected to care for a loved one, to be treated like this, and as I am thousands of miles away, being given deadlines of days in which to provide funds that do not exist, my reactions are not of the most kindly thought out. Be cautious when putting your own family in their care, else may happen to you as well.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My grandmother has been staying at this facility for a little over a month now for rehabilitation. My family and I visit her often and whenever I personally go to visit it is always a waiting game for my grandmother receive the care she needs. My grandmother is there for rehabilitation, which is the only part that has seemed helpful this far. This facility is understaffed and lacks compassion for their patients. My grandmother had undergone surgery and has needed assistance because she cannot use the bathroom to pass bowel movements. My grandmother has had to wait countless times for over half at hour, at least, to be changed and cleaned. The staff of CNAs do not take their responsibility seriously. I have been told that only nurses can change certain medical assistive equipment, but the CNAs will not even try to clean my grandmother, they leave her to lay in her own filth. When I have asked for clean linens for my grandmother to change myself the CNAs argue about who will actually get the linen. I have worked as a CNA myself and I have never seen such a lazy staff. The nurses have even said that my grandmother needs to be more patient because each nurse has 24 patients to overlook. Again, this facility is poorly understaffed. My grandmother has even told me she has waited for a nurse, only to find out that there had been a shift change so no one else was aware she needed assistance. Since each nurse has 24 patients my grandmother has to wait over half an hour to be cleaned? My grandmother needs to lay in soiled linen? Where is the compassion? The nurses and CNAs are there only to make money, not to provide appropriate care for the patients.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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