Kuna Living Center
Overall Rating 2.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Annette Guidry★★★★★ 4 years ago
I can't even give this place a single star. My mother was lonely there, and consistently missed her breakfast. I had to supplement meals. In November a few years ago, I called her in the morning. She stated that she was cold and hungry. I reminded her that for $3300 a month, they refused to feed her in her room, she would have to get up and make her way down the hall. I called the care taker in charge of the house, she rudely told me not to bother her, that she had checked on my mother two minutes ago, (lies) and my mother was fine. 45 minutes later I was called and told my mother was on her way to the hospital. Of course, no one helped her with the bathroom. My mother's fall led to her death three months later, despite her valiant attempts to survive. They insisted that they could take care of my mother after the fall, but I found her with her lips cracked and bleeding, dehydrated, because no one bothered to even get her water. She lay in her own urine, calling "Help me! Help me!" but was ignored. Thank G-d I found a handicapped accessible home to move her into, I lived with her for the last months of her life. I tried to sleep by her side after the fall, but the institution lied and informed that IDAPA rules didn't allow family to spend long hours there. They kicked me out for two days after I found her broken fingernail on the bathroom floor and inquired of the care taker that had been there as to how the fall had happened. (All I did was ask a question, this does not substantiate kicking me out. They were trying to hide the truth. To this day, there has never been an explanation.) All this is on top of finding out that they were drugging my mother when she became upset and was calling out for me in the middle of the night. She wanted out, she knew this wasn't her home, and that it was understaffed. I would NEVER have placed my mother here if I had seen the terrible way she was treated. There is not a day that goes by (it has been 3 years) that I am racked with guilt as to why I couldn't have found a home to live with her earlier. Kuna Dying Center has greatly harmed my life; their negligence took the life of my beloved mother. (P.S. Serious falls are required to be reported to the State of Idaho, of course, Kuna Dying Center didn't report my mother's fall. The supervisor had previously threatened me, "If you ever report us to the State, I'll have your mother out here on the sidewalk so fast it'll make your head spin!".) Their greed and negligence and the hurt they have caused me will never go away. The memories of the final three months, and the picture of the pain and suffering that my mother endured will never leave me.
Becky Brooks★★★★★ 2 years ago
This was the worst place. All they want is your money. They don't care about the residents. My grandfather lost so much weight and finally had a heart attack because they messed up his medicine. They are understaffed and have been requested to increase their staff because the fire department was tired of getting calls for lift assistance. The workers are worked nearly to death and the good ones leave to work at better places. I moved my grandfather out.
Robin Hanington★★★★★ a year ago
Yes this place is horrible. They are severely understaffed and irresponsible . They fail to pay their own staff and treat their residents as if they have a number not a name. The whole pholosophy of the management is selfish and cruel and immature .
Monica Miriello★★★★★ 3 months ago
|Administrator||Pat Gooding Rca-244, Administrator|
|Mailing Street||194 W White Way|
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