7105 Mission Rd, Prairie Village, KS 66208
Brighton Gardens provides assisted living in an apartment-style setting that offers the simple pleasures - nutritious food, comfortable surroundings, and the support of a warm, caring and competent staff. Our Healthcare neighborhood emphasizes resident care and dignity in private or shared accommodations. We offer a variety of nursing care and support services including 24-hour skilled nursing care, post hospital and post surgical care, restorative care, coordination of physician and pharmacy services and family counseling. A separate neighborhood for residents with Alzheimer's or other memory related disorders is also on-site. The key to our success is our dedicated and compassionate staff, which receives special training and supervision. Our Live with Purpose programming offers a variety of activities designed to achieve memory enrichment and positive social interactions. Caring for residents with dementia is a partnership between the community and the family, frequent family visits are encouraged and support groups and advisory councils are arranged. A Respite stay for seniors who need short-term care may also be available. It is the ideal alternative for recuperating after a hospital stay, while family caregivers are on vacation or if you just want to try out assisted living. Please call for more information or to schedule...
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I don't think I could recommend this community to others, The way they handled covid was not good when it first started. They do not communicate well and don't return phone calls and don't keep communication channels open.
We chose Brighton Gardens of Prairie Village because it was close to my aunts home. The room sizes here are a little on the smaller side compared to some others that we saw. She said the food has been ok so far. The best part about the community so far has been the staff, they are very informative. I can easily call down there and get information quickly and they are helpful they help her when she wants to call me. I would recommend the community.
The care was not what we were told it would be! Memory Care was amazing and the staff was fantastic with the care my mother received. The staff on the assisted side was never to be found and the nurse who was in charge, [name removed], was incompetent! Surprised she is in the role she was in! Would not recommend!
The staff was very friendly. Overall I liked them. The food was just okay. I liked the layout of the community. They had different floor plans to choose from. They have an outdoor area to walk, they have gardens and they are across the street from a park and shopping area.
My mother was a patient in their rehab unit in the middle of Feb. She received horrible care. She has chronic diarrhea part of the reason she had been in the hospital and had not been given her medicine for 4 days. When I asked the nurse he would not look and me and just said they were still waiting on it and didn't know why she had to have the certain kind. I said it was drs orders and had we been notified we would have gotten the medicine. He never apologized or even got up out of his chair. She did not receive a bath the entire week she was there. Now I see they have had multiple COVID patients and deaths. No surprise. Staff would cross train which I get but they would help my mom to bathroom with norovirus and wearing their kitchen apron and then got back to kitchen. I have been a nurse for over 35 years and have never been so disappointed. Especially with the nurse that wouldn't even get up out of his chair. Luckily we got my mom out of there within the week and transfered her to a wonderful facility in Shawnee. She is home and doing well. My heart breaks for the other patients.
My siblings and I removed our mother from Brighton Gardens 10 days ago because this place is a “hotbed” for the Coronavirus and management hid the risk from residents and their families! The executive director failed to properly communicate via email and phone with us . Thank goodness for the Freedom of Information Act and the Johnson County Health Department - otherwise our mother might not be alive today! When we got the true number of positive cases and swathes, we confronted the ED, but were told that she didn’t know how many cases had been identified at BG. We told her how many cases that BG (she) had reported to JCHD and then she admitted they had a problem. Because none of us lives in KC, it took us 2 days to move our mother out of BG. Trust is an important quality we look for when we consider a long term care provider. I hope others will consider this and failure to communicate when looking at BG. I would have rated BG a “0” if it was an option.
We finally found a place for my wife`s sister at Brighton Gardens after her physician and multiple psych hospital admissions and multiple Assisted Living facilities recommended she be placed in a facility that has both assisted living ( memory care) and a skilled nursing facility on the same campus...she has made remarkable improvements since coming to Brighton Gardens....we think she has finally found her HOME,,Thanks....
This is just a review of the rehab facilities. My father was sent here from the hospital after a bout of pneumonia. They never respond to the nurse button. This is our fourth day. We pushed the button 25 minutes ag6. Still waiting. There is currently a woman across the hall calling "will someone please help me!" No response. I can't leave my father because of his dementia or I would help the poor woman. Don't send your loved ones here.
Response from The Villages at MissionDecember 30, 2019
Thank you for sharing and sorry to hear that you did not have a positive experience. We care deeply about the comfort, safety, and well-being of all our residents. We would like to learn more about your experiences and hear any additional recommendations you and your family might have. Please do consider contacting us at information(at)sunriseseniorliving(dot)com so that we can learn more. –The Sunrise Team
About a year ago, we moved my Father into Brighton Gardens in Prairie Village, Kansas. We came from Park Meadows, a Spectrum product because they didn't have the staff, expertise or willingness to manage my Father's Assisted Living care properly. I say this only because we knew what we were looking for. I will say, that BG-PV is where we found the most caring, compassionate folks. They have taken care of my Father with dignity, love and grace. Service begins with the aids and support staff, all of whom showed love and care. This continued with the dining staff, reception and the administrative staff. Their team was proactive in determining the level of care and really made us feel at home, like part of their family. My Dad's journey has now ended, but my appreciation for BG-PV will continue. It was a loving community that took care of my Father in the most dignified way. For that we are eternally greatful. Thank you BG-PV !!!!!!!
Response from The Villages at MissionFebruary 1, 2019
We thank you for entrusting us with your Dad's care. We miss him and his gentle spirit!
I loved the beautiful living space and everyone is well cared for. Lots of activities and interests to occupy mind and body. I was very impressed with every aspect.
I just finished listening to some great blues and decided it was high time that I sat down and wrote a letter of thanks to Brighton Gardens, an Assisted Living facility in Prairie Village, KS. You see the blues gig took place right there at Brighton Gardens where there is a whole lot of living going on! The decision to move yourself or your loved one into assisted living is not an easy one. However, the years of playing Pro football finally took its toll on my husband's body and made us realize that living at home was no longer an option. Our first attempt at assisted living was disastrous. The highlight of the day was to circle the wheelchairs around an atrium and watch the birds fly. We were depressed and discouraged. But then I walked into the Marketing Office of Brighton Gardens. The minute the young lady opened her mouth I felt a sense of home. As we toured the facility I observed a genuine friendliness amongst the staff and the residents. I could tell that they were sincere in the care and compassion they were offering to all. They even had a resident rescue dog! This would be the place where my husband would feel comfortable and safe. Kudos to the receptionists who always greet me with a warm welcome. Kudos to the Activities Director and staff who are, in my opinion, the best in the land. Kudos to the Finance Comptroller who makes the payment process transparent. Kudos to the Marketing Director who got us settled in with ease. Kudos to the Nursing Staff who make sure my husband's health needs are met. And then last, but not least, kudos to the caregivers who provide much needed tender loving care 24 hours a day. I spend almost every day at the facility so my thoughts are based on observation and experience. The demand for assisted living care is at an all time high. The job can often be stressful, unappreciated and underpaid. Yet the folks at Brighton Gardens can seldom be seen without a smile on their face. Our warmest regards to everyone. IF YOU'RE IN THE MARKET FOR A HOME WHERE THE GOOD TIMES ROLL THEN I HIGHLY RECOMMEND BRIGHTON GARDENS IN PRAIRIE VILLAGE.
I am a Guardian for an Elderly Woman with early onset Dementia. I moved her in over 6 months ago. We had a few problems in the beginning but the staff was very responsive to the needs of my loved one and the relationship keeps getting better. They took the time to get to know her. Great activities, lots of music. Not a big fan of the food, but the seniors seem to like it.
I have recently read some poor reviews about Brighton Gardens of Prairie Village regarding medical care issues. I was sorry to read that some people had bad experiences there. I work in the industry and also have a loved one at BG. Unfortunately, I have found that medical care problems are found in all health care facilities whether they are senior living facilities or hospitals. Both humans and computers are not perfect and sadly mistakes are made sometimes. Since no place is perfect, I wanted to write about all the areas that I have found to be better at BG than anywhere else in town. The concierge team that covers the front desk are personable, friendly and extremely helpful. They greet you as you enter the building and set a friendly, welcoming tone immediately. I have been in other facilities where the front desk people scowl and make you feel very unwelcome. [Removed] in Sales performs her job from her heart. She visit my loved one in the hospital and helped me transfer my loved one from the car into the building when I needed help. She knows all the residents and families and helps foster a sense of extended family and community within the building. I know of no other marketing person in the area that performs their job that way. (She also sings like an angel and performs concerts...even sang to an upset resident to help calm him down.) [Removed] has taken the Activities position and created a department of staff who provide ongoing activities throughout every area of the building each day. (Other facilities usually just have one person doing the job, not a staff.) Where other facilities may have 2 activities a day, [Removed] has at least 8 activities daily. She has live musical entertainment weekly and is so community minded that she even has a weekly bus ride for the memory care residents to deliver meals on wheels. She has residents help make blankets for local pet shelters and helps the elderly residents feel like they are still contributing to the community in many ways. The maintenance staff are seen circulating the building daily in an effort to keep the building running smoothly. They are friendly and always willing to help residents and families with any building problem. The care managers of each unit try their hardest to see that their residents are well looked after. Their hearts are in the right place even when things don't go well. As I said previously, no place is perfect. But the atmosphere at BG still remains an atmosphere that is family and pet friendly and breeds a strong sense of community.
So far Brighton Gardens of Prairie Village seems to be a good fit for my aunt. She has been back and forth from the hospital, so she is still settling in. The overall atmosphere is warm and inviting. Her room is very nice as we have decorated it so that it feels more like home. The staff is friendly and caring and attentive to her care needs. I think the landscaping is very appealing and well-kept. I would recommend this community to others.
I toured this community for my grandmother, and her needs. Everything went well for the most part. The staff was kind, and helpful. The community looked nice, and clean. The experience was a nice one, but this was not the right fit for my grandmother, and her needs.
They were friendly and worked hard but not real good with the meals and medication. They missed my medication for a day or two. it was inconsistent at times too. They food was taken from me often because I am a diabetic, and the staff would say it was too much sugar. They were making meal decisions for me and it seemed like they were not knowledgeable about diabetic meal choices because they would serve me white rice and potatoes. It wasn't a good fit and I feel like I was not getting the right help for what I was paying for.
The food at this community looks good and they seem to have some healthy choices. The staff are friendly and encouraging. They do offer some activities. The memory care unit is on the second floor so the residents are not able to enjoy the outdoors. The community is clean, however I would not recommend this community.
I had a nice tour of this facility. Everything went well for the most part. It wasn't the right fit for my mother, and her needs. However my tour went well. The community was clean, and looked nice. The staff was kind, and friendly. It was a good experience.
I toured this community for my mother and her needs. It was a good tour for the most part. From what I saw the community appeared to be clean for the most part. The staff was friendly. They were kind to my family and I, but it wasn't the place for my mother and her needs.
I went up to this community for a tour. It was a nice facility to see and the director was nice and knowledgeable. They did a very good with the tour but it was way too far for me. I did not have a bad experience.
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