11305 Highway 55, Plymouth, MN 55441
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For [Removed] [Removed]. Very sorry to read about what happen to your Mother. My Mom was one of the first to move in the Waters of Plymouth. Lived in Assisted Living and then moved over to Enhanced Care. She too had Parkinson's Disease. At first the facility was charming and served delicious meals. Not long before things changed. The kitchen service company changed multiple times and the food quality dropped. The nurses were fantastic, but most of the nurses assistants were average to poor. If Mom chose to eat in her room, many times the food was delivered late or not even delivered. As you know, Parkinson medication must be kept on schedule. At first they told us they had a window of 15 minutes, then the window became an hour. My brother and I monitored the best we could and really got after the staff when they were late with her meals and her meds. I blame many of the issues we experienced due to cultural differences, ignorance, inadequate staffing and inexperience with elderly and medical procedures. Mom passed away Oct 2015. I was told, at that time, the staff was starting Parkinson Awareness Training. Obviously they need more training. My Mother could be handful, but the head staff never called the police. Thankfully I got the call. Sometimes in the middle of the night. Something is very wrong with the trained staff if they thought their only option was to call the police. My Mother enjoyed overlooking the highway in both apartments she lived in. She loved to watch the cars/activity. It kept her mind busy and the hallucinations out of her head. They don't accept any government $$$. All payments are out of your pocket. Our monthly bill was over $9000.00 when Mom moved in to Enhanced Care section. The quality of the nursing staff did not justify the cost. I'm not rating this facility, but I would recommend this location if your parents don't require advanced medical care. Hope your Mother finds Peace of Mind in her new location.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Our families experience was very disappointing with the care and attention our loved one receiving, hands down what we did not expect.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This community just felt right, the recruiter we spoke with was very helpful in the beginning and she seemed to really care about what was going on. The rooms are excellent, there is a variety to choose from. We would recommend this community to a family or friend. The only criticism we have with their COVID measure are a little to harsh. There has been no ability for my siblings or I to go visit our loved one unless it is through a glass window or out on the deck in the hot sun. We do understand and sympathize, but they just have not been very accommodating.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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