3202 S Willis St, Abilene, TX 79605
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If you put your relatives here, they need to be able to completely function on their own. They tested my loved one and said she would do great here. And she just ended up needing way too much help. So it wasn't a good fit for her. Another family member and I ended up going up there several days a week to care for her, and then we brought in hospice. She wasn't getting bathed, and she wasn't eating. They would come and set her tray down and then pick it up when she didn't eat. If they didn't set it near her, she couldn't eat. Looking back, she should have been in a nursing home instead of here. The people are nice. It was clean. It just wasn't a good fit for our loved one.
It is an expensive, the value is priced high. When we were there the last time they did had arts and crafts for the residents. It is a smaller community, and our loved one has her room which is nice. Our loved one says she likes the food they serve. We would recommend this community to a family or friend.
Can’t review cleanliness etc since we could not enter (Covid). I have told two people looking for a place for their loved one to look elsewhere. Mine died from severe dehydration. I have to assume he got zero assistance in holding a cup etc. The staff is super nice which makes it hard to be brutally honest.
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