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This is an exceptionally beautiful community. This is exactly what my loved one is looking for and he is beyond happy. The staff are very knowledgeable and helpful with everything that my loved one needs.
We chose The Waters because they seemed to want to really work with us to get dad in in the timely manner that we had. He first moved into assisted living but within a month has been completely independent. The apartment sizes are very good. he absolutely loves the food, they are chef prepared meals. Would like more activities provided especially in the evenings. I would recommend them.
Our families experience was very disappointing with the care and attention our loved one receiving, hands down what we did not expect.
The staff is great, the food is great except for the soup. I would recommend this community to others
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.
The environment is lovey. They have a nice mix of residents, they have a good number of men. They do a good job. My mom likes it. Things have declined since COVID, The residents have been pretty isolated. The food is not the best.
My Dad and I appreciate [name removed], the Director of Operations, giving us a wonderful tour. This is a beautiful facility. The size of the apartment is quite small for the money. The staff is friendly.
We were there when it was new. The food was excellent. The front desk was always friendly. The help was good but as time went on the service declined!!! There were accidents that were NEVER reported. There was some nursing help that was good but the head nurses came and went and you could not get a hold of them. My husband fell, broke bones because no one answered his call. He had broken bones and I was not called nor was a doctor called. We were happy to leave!!!
Everyone at this facility is friendly and genuinely care about the residents. She (my mother-in-law) couldn’t be more pleased with the care she has received. She feels safe and secure and that is a blessing.
I moved into Waters with the perfect apartment for my needs. After finding out my needs exceeded their help in the independent living community I was moved to the Enhanced Care area in the Marsh. I made many friends and enjoyed all the people I met including nurses, caregivers and staff. I was active in many areas and happy except my apartment location. I had one other person in the same area whom was invaded get my space. He would come into my room and stare at me when sleeping and in other areas I was not comfortable with. It was a lock down facility to protect all but I was not able to open the doors and relied on others for assistance. I was uncomfortable with this situation and moved to another place. I pray for my friends at the Waters and hope to see them again. Thank you for your concern.
This is still a possibility. The services and corresponding prices are more of a "one size fits all" and not necessarily well matched for our needs.
Beautiful place but the bedrooms are small. They do not offer Sunday worship which is something my mother will want.
We moved our parents here in the fall of 2014 not long after it first opened. Looking back there have been signs on the priorities (profits!) of this facility; we just didn't see it. The first executive director, who we thought was great and put together a great staff, was fired because the occupancy wasn't growing fast enough to the owner's liking. We are now on our fifth executive director in just over three years. The most recent one, who was promoted from within and came with an accounting background, left to spend more time with the family. Her replacement comes with an MBA in healthcare. What is happening under his watch? They are doing away with the heavily used exercise room and converting the space into another apartment. Other spaces, such as the beauty department, are also being converted to apartments. I've long been concerned with the price of living at this location. I haven't complained as my philosophy has been - - you get what you pay for. Clearly that is no longer the case. We are now looking for a new home for them and plan to avoid the "profits before people" mentality that we see with The Waters of Plymouth.
Been there since this facility opened. It is definitely a "for profit" business. Nothing wrong with that- just know going it this is not a non profit set up to serve. It is great for independent senior living. Once assistance is needed they are not staffed or trained for additional needs of seniors. Lack of training /lack of degreed professionals on staff has been actually very dangerous for residents in many situations It is very very expensive for an apartment that includes dinner and med services. Outing and activities are a farse. Maybe once a month is a "real" outing planned and there are no real daily activities, other that the morning chair exercise class. Staff turn over has been a constant problem. As residents form relationships the staff leave.
This was a very nice facility and the only reason why I did not pick this community for my Father is because of the location. It was just too far for me to travel to see him. I really liked the staff. They seemed very nice and they answered all of my questions clearly. I would recommend this community to other families.
While I was touring this facility, they let me know right away they only had 1 room available at the time. The building itself was very nice and they were in the middle of remodeling. The few things I liked is they have a beautiful chapel and a nice screened in porch. However, the rooms weren’t nice looking and they didn’t have an in-room washer and dryer. I would recommend other families tour this community.
My wife is here. I chose them specifically after she broke her leg at a previous facility. The first 3 weekends were pretty bad as the weekend staff was a bit too demanding of her. But they’ve been letting her rest since I talked with them and things have been going okay since. The quality of the food here is a little better than a previous place that she was at and I think what they serve is well balanced and nutritious. The facility is in excellent condition cleanliness wise and they help her take a bath twice a week. Overall, this place has been better for her.
We have had great service at The Waters with our father who suffered a storm of strokes over a year ago. The transition from the Rehabilitation Center to Assisted Living at The Waters went very smoothly. [name removed] was and continues to be a gem to work with concerning dad's admittance and residence there. Dad was living independently in his own home prior to his strokes. The staff at The Waters helped him to get settled in and acquainted with all the residents from the get-go and he has since made many friends there. We can't say enough good things about the level of care dad has and continues to receive there. We would consider dad another happy camper residing at The Waters. What a blessing it has been to our family to have dad living there.
We toured this community for my husband care, The staff are nice and the community seems to be maintained. The menu is appealing and they offer a list of activities. We would suggest that families tour this community for the options for a loved one.
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.
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