Veranda Personal Care Home
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Does Veranda Personal Care Home, 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 3.1 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Sandi Sheffield★★★★★ 3 weeks ago
My mother is in the Memory Care Unit, she has Alzheimer's. The staff is so patient with her. She needs help using the bathroom but does not know why, this is where patience comes in. The food has been great each time I have eaten with her. The only problem I have is with the Memory Care Common area - they need more comfortable seating for the residents and a few benches along the hall to the rooms would be nice for those that tire after a few steps but want to walk. I hope they pay the staff in Memory Care really well because that is a job I could not do and the ladies there do a great job as far as I'm concerned and I want them to stay.
Patricia Brooks★★★★★ 7 months ago
Awesome Care: My father recently moved into the Manor House and our family is very pleased with the wonderful care he is receiving. The staff is very friendly and management is highly visible and accessible . We are most impressed with how the medical staff has supported us with his medical and diet needsl He is blind and the level of care provided for him is beyond our expectations. The Manor House is a great place for dad! He tells his friends that he is getting great care and our family agrees!
Jim Howell★★★★★ 8 months ago
beware of this place, your loved one is locked in their room at night, the food was a poor excuse for nourishment . they had me pay $800.00 to hole a room that was not ready for 2 weeks, when i started moving her things into the room it had dust all over everything from sanding the walls . when i was in her room the staff could not see me but i heard things that made me curious enough to look around the corner. the aids saw me and said "WHAT YOU WANT, WHAT IS THE PROBLEM" i saw the aids shouting at the dementia patients, the food was disgusting what little there was of it. the aids were watching tv while the patients fin for themselves. i brought these things to the managements attention several times, but nothing was done to correct the problem. One day i was there moving and cleaning the room and i just thought, i can't put her here because i did not know how she would be treated when i was not there. i moved her things out and tried to talk to the director and was told she was away for a week. I told the other manager of the dementia area that i would not be moving her in there she said ok. i said don't you want to know why, she said oh ok. when i told her for the 2nd time she said i will let the director know when she comes back. i called the main office (AFFINITY LIVING GROUP) still i did not hear from anyone, i wrote a letter and no reply. i told them i felt that i should get my $800.00 back and then the director called me and said that i did not give them a chance to change anything and i would not be getting my money back! BEWARE OF THIS PLACE!!!!!
Mrs. Smathers★★★★★ a year ago
The Executive Director is very rude and unpleasant to visitors. The turnover is awful and the name has been changed several times over the past year. Furthermore, the facility smells of urine and needs a thorough cleaning.
Christina Santiago★★★★★ 2 years ago
The new staff is amazing! The food is good and fresh every day. They have daily activities and the environment is safe and peaceful! Definitely recommend!
|Facility Type||Personal Care Home|
|Administrator||Ms. Linda Greer|
|Mailing Street||6830 River Road|
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