Copper Village Assisted Living
Overall Rating 3.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Diana Smith★★★★★ 3 months ago
Previously worked here for a year some of the nurses really care about their patients who are there for memory care purposes. The upper management staff changed out so many times it was ridiculous.
Marty Colvin★★★★★ 3 years ago
My mother, Tess Pace, came to Copper Village over two years ago. She was in bad shape. Mom had spend about 13 years living with family members when we decided she needed to be placed somewhere safe; where she could not hurt herself or others. She then spent two years at another facility, in a locked down ward. This facility was not exclusively for dementia or Alzheimer patients. Unfortunately, Mom has dementia and was at the mercy of some of the other residents who were not kind or gentle to her. She became very withdrawn, pensive and lost over 50 pounds despite the fact that I visited her almost daily after work. I would bring her donuts and coffee, clean her room, give her baths and make sure her clothes and bed were clean. Prior to removing her from this facility, I noticed many cuts and bruises on her as there were not enough skilled aids to supervise the ward. My first visit to Copper Village made me cry as I was unaware such a beautiful, secure place existed. The cottages were clean, neat and smelled good. None of the cottage doors were locked, the residents were allowed to come and go as they pleased within the large, green, immaculate fenced yards. The staff at Copper Village was so loving and kind. My Mom was very sick, angry and hurt when I brought her there and Michelle, Jamie, Andy, Tony, Diana and many others spent hours holding and kissing and cooing to her. The change in Mom's demeanor was immediate and she stopped fighting and started smiling again. Although she was originally put in cottage 10, because of her combative nature, she has regained some of her old sweet self and is now in Cottage 8. She has gained back 36+ pounds. And the most wonderful part is that I have had glimpses of my Mom back for over two years. The weight of caring for my Mom has been lifted and I get to be just the daughter again. What a blessing. I can never thank the owners and staff at Copper Village enough. As this insidious disease slowly takes my Mom - my heart is warmed by knowing she is in the most amazing place I could ever have found for her. A very grateful daughter, Marty Colvin
Jman9000★★★★★ 3 years ago
2 years ago i placed my mother -in-law in copper village she had a hard time at the beginning i had to go in the middle of the evens and get her toileted , and changed into evening wear. as time went by the facility decided she needed to go into a different cottage and that was fair, i gave them personal clothing for her to wear daily a few times she wore what i gave them eventually as time passed they stopped putting on her own clothes and putting on donated clothes that where left behind from prior residents . i furnished my mother in-law with her own furniture and twice it was taken out of the room with out notifying family of the change they had retrieved one item and the other is still missing family has called office and they don't call back right away. caregivers when asked any question they are clue less . family has supplied snack items for the family member and up to this day it still sits in cabinets not being used, hygiene care is not the greatest my suggestion too any one placing a loved one in here , keep track of all items given to facility and keep in-touch daily
Ariyanna Blanco★★★★★ a year ago
They were nice people but I am kinda upset that my grandmother got fired
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Center-Directed|
|Facility Type Code||1J1|
|License Effective Date||2015-04-01|
|License Expiration Date||2016-03-31|
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