3033 Pearland Pkwy, Pearland, TX 77581
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Pretty good. The price is good. The residents are very friendly. We had a lot of problems due to a particular service that they didn't provide, but even so, the staff did what they could to work with us. We only ended up leaving due to my grandmother needing more care. Lovely events and community. Food is great.
The food is excellent and the organization is top notch. They all go out of there way to make sure your loved one feels welcome and not abandoned. They are professional and on top of their game. On more than one occasion they have taken extra measures to help or come to the rescue of my 93 year old mother. Everyone has an inflated title but they all seem to want to live up to the titles by exhibiting autonomy and professionalism in discharging there duties with kindness and authority....a necessary but essential pairing often very difficult to balance. Transitions are rough for anyone but the programs and outings and games all tend to keep the place a happy place to be in spite of the circumstances. My Mother needs help keeping track of her meds. They take care of everything from refills to administration. Of the literal hundreds of available activities I could only wish for one additional thing. Maybe a class on managing your smart phone. I know even I could use that. Mom was able to keep her little Shitzu who gives her great comfort and the courtyard is a great place to let her run around because it's a large manicured enclosure.
A great place for someone who thought they did not want to leave their home. Mom has found caring people, not only in the staff but also the other residents at Trinity Oaks....a very close knit family.
My father has been there just over one year now and in that time it has gone downhill fast. They have cut back services and always have an excuse when something goes wrong. The staff is nice but the management is horrible! The nurse does nothing but call a family member if an issue arises. They rarely have transportation available for doctor's appointments outside the facility and then if they are not on the day that they specify they will charge you extra. I would not recommend this place with the current management.
Trinity Oaks is a very caring place and a great place for my mother in law to live
There seems to be a high employee turnover from the director down which gives the residents an uneasy feeling. One of the reasons to live in an assisted living facility is security and stability. When the staff is either missing or new in their position the residents question security and stability.
The first time we visited, my mother got back in the car and said, "I think this is the place I want to be." We had visited several others and still visited a couple of other places. But this was the place she chose. Reasons: - The food is amazing...and, yes, we tried it out at our second visit on the spur of the moment. - There are usually people walking around, sitting in available places all over the place....visiting! - The staff is very friendly, nice, and accommodating. If one doesn't know something, they'll find out. - Visitors are welcome whenever - all the time! - They are willing to take residents just about anywhere they need...doctors, hair appt., to eat lunch out, shopping, even appts in the Medical Center! - They recognize family members of residents. - There, of course, are numerous scheduled activities. And some residents get together for other visiting. - There are activities to which families are welcome. - They actually practice fire drills. - Worship services are available most days. Our only complaint is that only Baptist services are available. My mother tried it once or trice, but she just wasn't comfortable with the delivery of the message/service. I think she'd be more comfortable with a Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopalian or, especially Methodist service, as she is a lifelong Methodist. Maybe something casual later morning or afternoon sometimes during the week a couple of times a month. There are several congregations near that might come. It would be nice if they could accommodate non Baptist residents. Better, it would be nice if she could ride with someone who can drive to church, but have heard it's not allowed. (don't know for sure) - She hasn't been living there quite 3 months, but seems to be enjoying herself, eating well, and meeting new people. - I don't worry so much about her although she is much farther from me than before. - The cost is certainly reasonable. - She doesn't need as much assistance as many, but what she needs, she can usually get. Sometimes its hard for her to get info from the nurse on staff, I guess because she's better off than some others. But we're finding I can touch base with the nurse to get a response. Nothing has been refused, just a bit slow. All in all this has been a good fit for my mother!
Awesome place... My Mom loves it. ??
The entire staff is unbelievable. They do everything and more to make the transition comfortable.
The facility is smaller but very welcoming. My Dad felt very comfortable with the facility, staff and location.
Mom has been there for nearly nine years. [removed], the director, is great and the care staff is very friendly. Trinity Oaks is small enough that residents don't get lost in the crowd. The rooms are a nice size and procedures are in place to ensure residents can be taken to doctors, shopping, etc.
Where did all the familiar faces go? This facility has gone downhill and fast with the current buyout from [remove] and the unqualified, new Director who transitioned from Activities. My parents have called [removed] their home for the last few years. Now, the staff is almost non-existent with the sudden departure of some of their (and my) favorite employees. No full-time nurse and the time management of medications is really fouled up. We have started searching for a more suitable, stable community to move my parents too. Such a disappointment.
Never, ever place your relative or friends in this facility. The atmosphere is dreary...the place is dirty...and the staff is uncaring. The administrator is inexperienced and will Not Return Phone Calls. After my mother became ill, it was difficult to get additional assistance for her. Cornerstone took over a few months ago and the place immediately went downhill but did I mention the rates went up. My mother passed away in this facility and I received a call yesterday that I have to pay an additional 30 day rent because we did not give a 30 day notice so the 30 days begins at her death. Unbelievable!!!
My mom has been at Trinity Oaks for nine years and our family is really happy with the facility. There are a number of activities for residents who choose to participate. The director and care staff are wonderful with the residents, and it's obvious they really care about them. We haven't had a bad night's sleep since Mom has been there, and we really appreciate all the director and staff do to make Trinity Oaks a nice place to live.
This is a great community, and they really helped make the transition for my father into this community an easy one. I'am pleased with all they have done for our family. The have a great staff, and they have been very helpful whenever needed. They do a good job with the cleanliness, everything looks great when I visit. They really go out of their way to make sure your love one is well taken care of. My father was new in town, and they helped us find a great doctor for him. I would highly recommend this community, it is working out great for us. I'am very satisfied.
Director doesn't have the capability of running facility. They make up things as they go along. Residents complaining about how bored they are there. Limited activities and supervision especially on weekends. No nurse on site. She quit after a few months. "On call" weekend personnel consist of a receptionist, maintenance man, a nurse when they had one and the director. And only during the daytime. Understaffed. Must work on commission when they get a lease signed. ??
This place has gone downhill fast since Cornerstone bought them out. It used to be an amazing place. Now the good staff are leaving. They hired a very inexperienced executive director who doesn't seem to care about problems at all and is not doing a good job at addressing issues. The food is getting worse by the day. So sad. We were happy here for 6+ years and are now looking to relocate.
We toured this community for care. The community was nice and clean. We like the staff who were able to answer the questions we had. This community is very big and we thought it might be bigger then what he would be comfortable with. They offer good activities for the residents who want to participate. This community is a little bigger than what we wanted for care for dad. We suggest a tour for other families
My tour of this community was pretty pleasant. The community was nice, and clean from what I saw. There were many factors that played into where to move my mother too for her needs. Unfortunately this was not the community for us, but our tour went well overall.
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