Meadowview Of Greeley Premier Senior Living
Overall Rating 3.3 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Ms. Hart★★★★★ 10 months ago
DO NOT MOVE INTO THIS FACILITY!!! The one star is for aesthetics only! New Management is either trained by the corporate office or they are worthless when providing what they advertise about themselves. The new nurse has told me and many other family members of other residents that "We can't give your person 24 hour care so you should hire in home healthcare or hospice" this is bull@#*t, Matt Buchanan of the corporate office has said the care of our loved one is what we pay for and the last nurse should never had suggested it, but obviously this is a standard training point for any nurse that works for them. Since Legends purchased Meadowview, all but two employees have left, mostly by their own free will. They operate on a skeleton crew that only one or two of them truly care for the residents. I have heard from them as they leave the employment of Legends, "I am only one person and I can't do it all". I have also been told that if you show any concern for your loved one residing at the facility that your loved one is a "difficult" resident and have heard if you the loving family member of a resident are difficult they classify the resident as difficult. In a very few weeks I have been told by 5 employees that your loved one is very complacent and easy to care for, it is the care givers and administration that don't care to do the job they have been hired to do. The number of residents that have died in the last few weeks is astounding. I have to ask myself is this mostly do to the severe neglect on every front??? I do understand that elders do pass away naturally. Legends has destroyed what was once an outstanding facility. Activities are designed to not pay for anything for the residents to do... pre-school dittos to color is art, other activities that have no purpose, especially to those with Alzheimer's and Dementia like, meditation and aroma therapy are laughable. It seems that they are sparing costs on providing food to residents by taking them out of the facility for a meal (at sub standard restaurants) and having them pay out of pocket for the meal, when in the past since it is a meal the facility has covered the cost. So place your loved one anywhere other than at a Legends facility if you want them to have quality of life, even if the quantity is lessoned, because as it stands now there is neither quantity or quality. I have been told that I am a thorn in the administrations side but I have an extensive knowledge in the care of seniors especially those with Alzheimer's and Dementia and am personally certified in the care of those above mentioned.
Family Member★★★★★ a year ago
I am surprised by the negative review from the previous poster. I have always found the staff to be very caring and engaging with both the residents and the family members. Everyone is always welcoming when I come in to visit my Mom and everyone, staff and residents, seem happy and well cared for. My experience has always been positive. It is a beautiful building with good staff. I haven't witnessed anyone being lazy or anyone receiving bad care. I would recommend Meadowview to my friends and family.
s martin★★★★★ 3 years ago
While I took a tour of Meadowview I walked in and felt like I was in a Colorado resort. The place was alive with energy, warmth and happy people who seemed to love it there. While on my tour I was impressed with the size of the apartments they were large living spaces. Meadowview has all sorts of unique amenities. I loved the billiards area, big screen TV area for movie night and how fun to have a salon on site. Everyone was inviting and I also understand they are people that enjoy going places ( Cherry Creek Shopping... how cool), being involved in the community, keeping the residents active and bright. The tour of Meadowview was incredible and I would recommend taking a tour and experiencing this for yourself!
Susan Havekost★★★★★ 4 years ago
Meadowview is a nice facility if all you look at is the facade. My Father and his wife were residents for 18 months. The caregivers all seem to be dedicated and kind, however beware of the administration. My Father passed away while under Meadowview's care. After his passing I did not receive a call from Meadowview to either explain the circumstances of his death, or to offer condolences. We went to Meadowview the day after his funeral. We were not even greeted by the receptionist, Linda, the same women who greeted as we went in and out for 18 months, nor did she offer so much as an I'm sorry. In fact, she didn't say anything. We asked to see the administrator, Susan, who is acquainted with my husband. She did not offer condolences. We asked what exactly the circumstances around Dad's collapse were. Susan proceeded to read the caregiver's report out loud from the screen of her computer. Though she didn't offer condolences, she did explain that they require a 30-day notice if vacating the unit, and that the apartment would be inspected for damage before they could ascertain whether the damage deposit would be refunded. I had put a call in for Darlene earlier that day who had conducted numerous care conferences with us and was intimately acquainted with all of us. She did not return the call. You be your own judge, but I'm absolutely flabbergasted, and it sure does look like it's all about the money.
A Google User★★★★★ 7 years ago
I recently toured several assisted living communities in Northern Colorado. MeadowView represents Colorado living at its finest. It feels like you are right at home in your mountain resort. I was impressed with the staff and the Memory Care/ Dementia Wing where they have full time staff that really care about the residents that live with them. They invited me to a concert they were having and it was wonderful. They were raising money for Alzheimers Awareness and invited the community to a free concert on a beautiful Colorado evening. Meadowview is definetly setting a new standard in assisted living.
|Admin||Mr Rancy Musick|
|Ownership Type||Limited Liability|
|Primary Type||Assisted Living Residence|
|Sub Type||Private Pay|
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