Brighton Gardens Of Lakewood
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Does Brighton Gardens Of Lakewood, 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 1.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Dawn B★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
i went to visit this place and was impressed at the beginning. But beware!! There 24 hour long term care is NOT CARE its out of site out of mind care. My mom had no care or meds unless it was asked for. They are under staffed and have no compassion for terminally ill patients. You would think if you are paying out of pocket full price you would get cared for.
Pat Bowens★★★★★ a month ago
We moved our Aunt to this facility recently and found the room to smell of urine and there were dirty towels in the bathroom. The admissions consultant, Anthony, didn't read my Aunt's chart to know that oxygen was needed-we had to tell him. That was our first red flag. The social worker seemed very inexperienced in reassuring a patient who is unhappy and quickly conceded into letting our Aunt sign herself out. In my Aunt's reports from the hospital , she was deemed non-decisional, needing memory care and shouldn't have been able to sign herself out. The ONLY positive was the visiting dogs and the OT.
maura mcguire★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
Mty mother is in green mountain brookdale i do not anything for her
Janet Taylor★★★★★ 6 months ago
We moved my father into this facility when it was owned by Emeritus , the facility was clean, staffed well, and the grounds were well groomed. After Brookdale took over the facility, we slowly noticed the staff being cut [ie.the activity director was moved to a different area and when she was brought back the floor director was gone]. The following summer the outside wasn't being taken careof [ie the bushes on the east side of the building have gotten so out of control you cannot see out of the windows]. As time went on, I would find my father in his room, nobody got him for the activities. I would visit my father 2 to 3 times a week only to find him wearing the same dirty clothes. The facility went through a major remodel so it shows well but the care is lacking. After the remodel was completed his monthly fees were increased by nearly fifty percent.
Nancy Rogers★★★★★ 7 months ago
My 95 yr old father was in the skilled nursing facility for maybe 2.5 werks in July. Although they were nice- they basicallly ignored his pain which caused a dominoe effect that eventually resulted in- or at least contributed to- his death a month later. The assisted living nurses, when he was discharged to them- were of the opinion that they just needed to use "tough love" on him to make him get with the program if he wanted to stay with his dog. Less than 40 hrs in assisted living he is admitted to hospice. 9 days later he died. No one ever called from the facility to offer condolances. Further they overcharged me- charged for his room after he died and kept the 250 non refundable pet deposit for a dog that stayed less than 3 days. I would never reccomend this facility to anyone
|Admin||Mr Justin Anthony Martinez|
|Ownership Type||Limited Liability|
|Primary Type||Assisted Living Residence|
|Sub Type||Private Pay|
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