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Does Rose Arbor, 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
1 of 1 users say yes
Overall Rating 2.8 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Laura J★★★★★ 6 months ago
Very professional caring staff. Dads nurse during the day was great with him and his care. I wish there was a way to see them at night when families can't be there but to check in just to know they are okay. I never met the night staff. His hospice care was good. A man played music for him and another gave him massages. The nurse from hospice was ok but the on staff day nurse was the very best. It's a sad time in the lives of family as this is where my father took his last breath here on earth. He's in a perfect place now. Thank you for being there for us at a painful time. However it's been a few years and staff changes. If something isn't right speak up for your loved ones because with Alzheimer's they can't speak up. Dad was kicked out of another nursing home which was horrible with him but they lured us in when Mom was in short term care saying they could take care of both of them. Wildflower was there for us when dad and us needed them most.
Troy Stowell★★★★★ 4 months ago
They apparently don't like it when the residents are active. Every day they would drug my mother who would then go to bed. After waking up in the late afternoon, they would drug her again so she would sleep. This place is criminally negligent. The first time I came to visit my mother, she was so over medicated that she was blind and couldn't move. I have a sister that lives in California who was responsible for putting her in this place, of course she write reviews saying how wonderful this place is. There are some caring staff members but the majority are just uncaring lazy people that should not be working in this type of setting.
Tracy Seymour★★★★★ 3 months ago
Don't waste your time applying to this company. If you enjoy rude condescending staff members and poor communication, this might be the job for you. Avoid!
Jeff Zappa★★★★★ 6 months ago
I had to put my mom somewhere for memory care, Wildflower lodge seemed like a nice place, So my mom moved in the first time I went to visit there was a rank smell in the place I complained and things did get better. During the time she was there she lost her mobility and needed a wheelchair? When I would visit I would notice her clothes she was wearing were the same and she would have a bad odor they were not helping her to the bathroom like they should have been, mom didn't have a wheelchair yet just a transfer chair which is made to be pushed no wheels for the patient to turn with their arms, so I would go and see my mom and she would be in that chair in her room facing away from the tv unable to move, my mom had 30 dollars in her purse it was stolen, while she was there staff some were good but the majority were rude and untrustworthy. KEEP AWAY!!!!
Brendan Classen★★★★★ 10 months ago
My mother was on CADI for payment assistance and we had put a deposit down to hold that room. We got a call a few days later and that they decided they wanted to make more money and give that room to another person with private pay. They offered to stick her in a double bedroom only because that other person was already paying privately so they made their money. Don't expect any caring from this place. You are just a number and a source of money.
|Facility Administrator||Ms. Shelley Mcdonald|
|Home Care Type|
|Housing Type||Housing With Services|
|Services Type||Assisted Living Services|
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