Copper Heights Assisted Living
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Does Copper Heights Assisted Living, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
Overall Rating 2.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Jessie Marie Jacobson★★★★★ 4 months ago
Perfect for my mom's needs...clean, great staff, studio apartments that make my mom feel independent...and budget friendly...she can smoke in the designated smoking section and feel free to do it when she pleases...she has a fridge, microwave, a tv with Cox cable..and my mom feels comfortable which is the most important to me...misty and Gary are welcoming and great at their jobs... it's an older building so it's not some Palace but it's clean and comfortable and has everything my mom needs with her income... she also has a little pendant to wear that will alert the staff if you need anything there's a little elevator that helps them go from floor to floor and a wide open area for cafeteria styles eating and alternative options if they don't like what's on the menu for that day... I'm happy, mom is happy...
Alyse Hilles★★★★★ 3 months ago
STAY AWAY! Considered moving a family member to Copper Heights after first tour, but everything has gone downhill since. Their Nurse, Marketer and Director assured me we would have a room to move to. Medical assessment was completed and she was approved for move-in. There were plenty of rooms to pick from. Met with Misty, (Marketing Director) to see room and sign paperwork. I showed up and Misty turned me away and said to call her in 2 weeks to see if a room would be available. Assuring me that if there wasn't, we could have the model room. I called back a few days later to confirm a move-in day and Misty assured me that we would have a room to move to on that date. I contacted them AGAIN to see her room and sign documents for move-in, I found out that they, instead, accepted another person who was either a lower level of care and/or private pay. I mentioned to the Director, Gary, that accepting a private pay resident over an ALTCS resident is against the law and he told me that they wouldn't talk to me anymore and hung up on me. I reached out (twice) to his boss in the corporate office, Cindy, and she has yet to return my call. I requested a copy of my family members approved assessment and they said that even though I am the Power of Attorney, they wouldn't give me any paperwork. I assume this is to protect themselves from documents being seen that show them breaking numerous assisted living and fair housing laws. Director, Gary, and Marketing Director, Misty, provided empty promises of room availability. After assessing and approving my family member for move-in. Upon touring a second time, on my own, I found the following: Old broken building with holes in the ceiling and molding along floor coming off, creating trip hazards. Marketer said they were "remodeling". But I never saw anyone fixing anything. And the issues were still there when I returned. The model looked okay, but it is far from what the actual rooms look like. Maintenance repairs to ACTUAL rooms were obvious band aide fixes. Specifically, the patching for a 3 in hole along the base of the toilet looked like masking tape and paint. Tubs desperately needed resurfaced, rooms needed painted from years of mismatch touch-ups and windows needed fixed to open and close properly. Rooms have their own ac/heat, but every room I walked into was humid/warm/hot and smelt of mold and some hallways smelt like urine. Library/Game room was bare, dark and dim lit with disorganized books lying around. Holes in the ceiling, revealed insulation and old leaky pipes above. Dining room looked like a deserted room with no decoration. Had a sad hospital feel. Not enough chairs for the tables that were there. A resident stopped me and mentioned having bedbugs in their room and showed me red cluster bites on their arms and face. There were no caregivers or staff members in sight. There are only 2 Caregivers/MedTech's on staff for entire facility during the day. And only one on duty at night for over 30 residents who all need some kind of assistance and/or medication. ALTCS members will be overlooked for Private Pay residents. Assisted Living and Fair Housing Regulations are being overlooked and are far from followed. STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE! What they Say and what you ACTUALLY GET are vastly different and extremely unsettling.
Jeff Killian★★★★★ 9 months ago
I was looking for a home for my mother, who now has reached a need in care beyond what I can do myself. Kevin showed me around the building, was very pleasant, and knowledgeable. He answered every question I had, but most importantly, he cared about my situation, and helping me find the best home for my mom. Copper Heights may not be the newest, or best appointed assisted living, but the staff I was introduced too while I was there ALL seemed to truly care, and to me, that is what matters most.
winonah scruggs★★★★★ a year ago
Went there today! I would not take any one there! It smells badly!! Nothing like the website pictures ! Doors are very dirty & old
Marie Lawrence★★★★★ 10 months ago
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Center-Directed|
|Facility Type Code||1J1|
|License Effective Date||2015-03-01|
|License Expiration Date||2016-02-29|
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