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Overall Rating 3.3 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Jackson Heuer
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    They deliberately paired me with a suitable (quiet) roomate who was seeking the same. I give it four stars for it's cordial administration. The quality and cleanliness of the facility has varied, but seems to have improved. I have no major complaint, including either of the staff or residents, though one previous staff commented on religious matters. However, I have had little problem as an LGBT person. Staff of course has varied with high turnover, though the administrator Valery Waters has remained a constant. She seems a beneficent sort to me. Medical matters arent perfect, but I reported rib pain and recieved an x-ray, and easily receive sleep medication (which is all I need). Though, if we really wanted to be preventative we'd follow up the X-ray; which is for bone problems I probably don't have. A request to try a different sleep medication was not pursued in any reasonable timeframe, but then health care isn't great for the country in general. The psychiatrist can only come once a month. What would be good is if this could be coordinated with outside services. Medication is paid for (but then I do have Medicaid/medicare? I'm not sure how it works) though I get these two dollar bills in the mail every other month. not a big deal, but a little cumbersome. There's not usually fecal matter, but they only have a janitor during weekday (which is regulation unfortunately.) So, bathroom floor might get very dirty, but is usually clean. Toilet paper used to not be refilled on weekend apart from asking for some, but they fixed this. Meals are mostly on time though tends to be meat and potatoe, or pasta. Some good boneless fried chicken on occasion. The quality of the food has improved, and they now have good real meatloaf. Chinese is more rare unfortunately. They have tacos or nachos for special occasions ("party"). They have a small nightly snack. Internet used to go down, and is occassionally spotty, but seems to be better now. They lost my clothing in the wash once and didnt offer to compensate. But they are better in this matter than the facility I was in when I first got out of the hospital. Ive managed to find some work, and plan to go back to college, but money isnt easy for me to come by. There ought to be contingency for temporary problems with social security. I need my money for such things as clothes or the bus. I would like if the state took initiative to try to get people employed, even if only temporarily, and into college and more independent housing. I am lucky to be capabale enough to pursue some of this on my own, but when I first contacted vocational rehabilitation they implied only minimal support, and this is not true.

  • Albert Pepper
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    The current administration as of the date of this post loves the residents without regard to our individual eccentricities.

  • Patricia Green
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Very clean. Residents seem happy. Friendly environment.

  • Catherine Bush
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

  • Rachel Cheatwood
    ★★★★★ a year ago

 

Other Information

Level Of LicensureResidential Care Facility I
Licensed Beds111
Medicare BedsNo
Medicaid BedsNo
AdministratorMs. Liza Pequeno
OperatorLindenwood Care Corporation




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