800 Whitley Road, Keller, TX 76248
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When we arrived there was no one manning front door and reception area which is left unlocked. Memory Care wing is kept locked we found when Director gave us a tour. Front door and reception area was still unmanned after the tour. After touring several places I think Whitley Place is overpriced considering how old the place looks. We also thought Memory Care area was too small.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mother was in memory care there at Whitley Place , IN KELLER, for three years. We were told that she could live there until she passed away. As her dementia increased, She became wheelchair-bound. SIX WEEKS BEFORE SHE DIED, she became bedbound. She developed large multiple unstageable BEDSORES and suffered horribly. Her bedsores drained, turned black, and smelled. They were necrotic and infected. They did not have meals appropriate for her condition. Her floors were so sticky, I had to request mopping. Pain was poorly controlled. SHE WAS NOT TURNED FREQUENTLY. Whitley Place should not be taking care of skilled nursing patients they are not trained to do so. When moma died, not even a sympathy card was sent, and she lived there 3 years.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
a little older facility but comparable amenities. Friendly staff.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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