The Wellstead Of Rogers
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Does The Wellstead Of Rogers, 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
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Overall Rating 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Reviews and Great LifeStyle★★★★★ a month ago
I worked at The Wellstead of Rogers for almost 6 years. I can honestly say that this community does excellent dementia care. The neighborhoods for memory loss where residents can be placed with alike residents based on cognitive and physical ability is exceptional and the montesori way of doing things allows each and every resident the ability to adapt to an environment that supports memory loss while providing them the framework for releasing the vision of independence, self esteem and a promising future. I enjoyed working with the residents, families and all of the staff here..it was an incredible journey...one that I will remember for a lifetime.
Sue Grant★★★★★ 4 months ago
After facility research with the agency "A Place for Mom", my sister and I chose Wellstead because numerous providers (podiatry, dental, primary care doctor (NP), hearing aids, etc.,) come to the facility to see Mom. This has been a great asset and works out very well for Mom and us. Mom has been in The Wellstead of Rogers Memory Care facility Chickadee neighborhood for a year. Mom enjoys their music, games, bingo, puzzles, the ice cream parlor, and interaction with other residents living in Chickadee. Chickadee neighborhood is for higher functioning residents with memory issues. The facility continues to make lovely upgrades and Chickadee has been completely remodeled and is a wonderful neighborhood for Mom. Jennifer Kuhn the new Director has made numerous improvements with staff hiring and movement, communication between family members and staff, a news letter, flyers with pictures of staff workers and their information, family conference calls and her office is in the Memory Care facility building. It is never easy moving a loved one, Mom, into memory care. She is safe now, cared for 24 hours, the staff know who we are and always willing to help. I hope the facility continues to grow and provide the loving care of our Mom and other memory care residents who deserve nothing less than respect and kindness everyday!
Jodi Preiss★★★★★ a month ago
Great place. Staff goes above and beyond to care for the residents.
Sheryl Tegtmeier★★★★★ 10 months ago
I have family which lives at Diamond Crest and they do a very nice job of activities, food, checking in with the residents, overall they have been very accommodating to our needs! The staff really cares and we have enjoyed our experience with the assisted living facility!
Charlie Whitcher★★★★★ a year ago
It's not a matter of hating this place. I called to locate an old friend that a heard was placed in this facility but the operator could not tell me if she was even in this place or if she was still alive. My friends spouse is in the hospital somewhere with terminal cancer and may not even be alive at this moment..without being a relative I have no way of contacting my friend...the operator suggest coming out to the home but would not guarantee that anything would change......it's a pretty sad world when you can't visit or find out about an old friends health. Anyone have any advice?
|Facility Administrator||Ms. Susan Snyder|
|License Type||Limited Liability Company|
|Home Care Type|
|Housing Type||Housing With Services|
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