The Manor At Glacier Hills Home For The Aged
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Does The Manor At Glacier Hills Home For The Aged, 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 2.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★
CAROLE GIBSON★★★★★ a month ago
It was a horrible experience! The first check in day at the rehab center was wonderful, but it ended there...after we left my mother she was stuck on the toilet many hours in the evening and was to weak to get off. She kept pulling the cord off and on hoping to get their attention until she finally started screaming for help. Never got her medication and we could not find the floor nurse for hours...no one seemed to know where she was. When my mother finally had enough and said she was leaving they threatened to call the police??? My mother said bring it on I have a few things to tell them about this place. We were shocked...they all were so different during admitting, even told her to never go to the bathroom by herself and if she needed anything to call because thats what they were there for. Warning think twice about going to this rehab...its a shame, it is a beautiful facility but thats where it ends!
Frakki Karu★★★★★ 8 months ago
Removing my father from the rehab center after one night, some of which he spent on the floor. No night lighting, poor quality support rails, no care given to make sure call button is within reach. Minimal checks on patients. Rooms are cold. When I arrived in the morning, he was freezing. Do they no know seniors get cold easier? But it sucks for non-seniors as well. The man sharing my dads room had to wait two hours for an ice pack. An ice pack! The rehab center is NOT safe for seniors. Annoying for young people without mobility.
SSD★★★★★ 10 months ago
Facilities are very clean and well-taken care of. Admin staff is very nice, but they need much better systems and procedures: chronically and severely understaffed on weekends with only one nurse to serve dozens of residents. NUTRITION is a big problem as the food quality is very substandard and poorly prepared for most meals. "strawberry champagne soup?" The 3 levels of nursing staff are generally very nice and usually very competent and willing to help residents and simply to talk with them. Glacier Hills needs good competition.
Rachael Bennett★★★★★ 10 months ago
FANTASTIC place! My father (98 years old) has been there for 13 years, and enjoys the company of long-time friends who are all able to get together for meals, etc. The food is good, and the staff are friendly and caring. He is happy and our family knows that he is in a wonderful community. Thank you to one and all!
Igor Ivanitskiy★★★★★ 7 months ago
My mom got a great help after hip replacement surgery. Nice conditions, friendly staff and good physical therapy.
|Facility Type||Family Home (Capacity Of 1-6)|
|License Effective Date||2015-02-24|
|License Expiration Date||2016-02-23|
|Serves Physically Handicapped||No|
|Serves Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Serves Mentally Ill||No|
|Serves Traumatically Brain Injured||No|
|Has Special Certification For Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Has Special Certification For Mentally Ill||No|
|Has Certification For Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Has Certification For Mentally Ill||No|
|Licensee Name||Glacier Hills Inc.|
|Has Rules Violations Within The Last Year||No|
|Licensee Street||1200 Earhart Rd.|
|Licensee City||Ann Arbor|
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