200 Leaksville Road, Luray, VA 22835
Whispering Pines has a specialized unit designed and dedicated for individuals who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. This unit is self-contained with its own dining room, day room and enclosed courtyard. We offer Respite Care to give caregivers an opportunity for a temporary break from the day to day responsibiliites of caregiving.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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On tour My wife and I found Whispering Pines to be clean and well managed. [Name removed] , the administrator was an RN there before she took her current position so she has a lot of practical experience as well. The staff seemed happy and engaged with the residents. The memory care area has a nice little courtyard to go into with plants to tend if they so desire. They also allow some of those residents who still have some high level function to crossover into the regular assisted living areas to participate in their activities(supervised). We also got the sense that they are little more laid back (not sloppy, just informal)than other places we have visited. Definitely a contender
This place is disgusting. There are many flies EVERYWHERE, on the patients/on the food. This is NOT a care facility. This is a facility that will feed & water. I entered and not one staff member said a word to me on either occasion, no one even made eye contact. I wouldn't put my worst enemy in here. I just visited a very close family friend last weekend. I was there 2 different days and saw the "food" they served. The food I saw served- ice cold grilled cheese, tater tots, and some kind of slimy green vegetable poured right out of a bag. Not to be outdone by a playing card sized square of what was supposed to be a piece of fish with some sort of rice. Everything was served ice cold, there is no way to be healthy in this place. My guess is the facility wrote the last post/rating here. Resident daily activity- 1. Get them out of bed in to their wheelchair. Feed them breakfast slop. Sit them in a chair in front of the TV. Feed them lunch slop followed by "dinner" around 4:30pm. Put them to bed around 6pm and start all over again. This is no way for anyone to live or be treated, the staff is NOT caring in any way. I watched how they treated other patients, I want to get my friend out of this place ASAP.
Facilities were not well maintained. Staff was open and communicative, but I would not consider this for my father.
My mother in law is being well taken care of at this community. The staff are very attentive. The community is clean and the grounds are well maintained. She seems to like the food. They have a common area with a large television. The staff are really good with residents that have memory loss. I know she is safe here and I would recommend looking into this community.
I can't say enough good things about Whispering Pines, it's an awesome place! The staff here is professional and so, so friendly. From the administration to the kitchen staff to the nursing staff they all treat the residents like family. The facility itself is clean and well kept, and they really take great care of the people who live here. I highly recommend the place!
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