Overall Rating 2.5 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Capt Ken Neidlinger★★★★★ 6 months ago
I died almost 2 years ago from Dementia. Of course, I didn't have any idea I was losing my mind - I went through all the 7 stages of Dementia at home... my family tried to care for me but I soon needed 24/7 care - I had no illnesses... I was a workaholic very active but started to forget, repeat, and became anxious about everything... I needed a place with 24 hour lockdown... Riveridge was the only place available... At Riveridge I became very difficult I wasn't complacent enough for the facility... I soon started having psychotic episodes... Within 1 1/2 months at Riveridge I was transferred to Bronson for an evaluation... My mind was gone drugs were given to calm me then transferred to another facility because Riveridge didn't want me back... I couldn't open my eyes couldn't walk... I wasn't eating or taking in fluids within 10 days I peacefully passed away... My family had a strained relationship with Riveridge some of my belongings disappeared... I would be wearing other residents clothing, food all over my clothing when they would visit... they would call my family to immediately come because I needed to see my family (I didn't even know my family)... The Administrator & Social Worker were very accusatory toward my family! My family had the facility investigated by the State of Michigan but the facility was found to be considered PERFECT!
Kyle Collatz★★★★★ a year ago
|Licensee Name||Riveridge Investments And Associates Llc|
|Licensee Street||7201 Shallowford Road|
|Facility Type||Home For The Aged|
|Certification For Community Living|
|Renewal Licensing Study Report||http://www.dleg.state.mi.us/fhs/brs/reports/AH110236878_RNWL.pdf|
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