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Lutheran Village At Wolf Creek

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Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Connie
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    If your parent has dementia! DO NOT TAKE THEM HERE. My mother had been here for a year and a half. and we believed they would have her until the end. We wanted this to be her home and never have to move her again. That didn't happen. As her condition got worse, they said she was too much to handle. She ended up in the hospital for dehydration. When asked how she could get dehydrated the response was, we don't monitor them on how much they drink. Asked if she could go to the nursing home area and was told they can't take her because she wanders. She had dementia when we put her in there and was told as things got worse she would be moved to the different areas to help her needs. That didn't happen. She would refuse to eat so they wouldn't even take her to the dining hall. When we took her down they didn't give her anything. We asked if they were going to serve her and they said no, she never wants to eat. Eventually they brought her food and she ate it. She is one who will say she isn't hungry, but put food in front of her and she will eat it! They seemed to have just given up on her. Soaked filled diapers left on her floor when I went to pick her up for church. The day we moved her out I went to pick her up and the aide asked what time they should expect her back. Seriously?! You weren't told she's moving out and it was her last day? She will never be back and I do not recommend this place to anyone with dementia.

  • Rachel Watson
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    My grandmother stayed in the rehab part of this facility. The family was never part of the facility's decisions. They made appointments outside the facility for us and refused to give us dates. We were never given any updates about her progress. We had to take the lead in arranging appointments for her. Twice the nurse had told her she didn't have any underwear and it was in the drawer in the closet. After she was discharged, there has been a big issue with her home care being arranged. We are still in the process. If I was going to give my opinion, don't put your loved one in their care.

  • Renee Peters
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    If your loved one has dementia, definitely do not take him or her to this place! My ex-husband is 52 years old and has been in this place for over two years, over the last year his room has been filthy there is food left on the floor, he has thrown up all over his room and he has been left laying around in it for four days I asked the staff if it was cleaned up 4 days later, the nurse Amy told me it was, she lied to me because I was just up there and it was dry vomit all over his room you could smell it walking down the hallway with the door closed! He refuses to do things because he has dementia and he's all Mixed up and the aides and nurses do not even try to persuade him ,, he has missed meals, and called me and told me that he is hungry, he was found wandering in his wheelchair in the parking lot in the pouring down rain looking for a car that he did not have and no one knew he was out there! He has a bed sore on his bottom because the nurses and aids refuse try to get him to walk ,,which he can walk with a walker,, but they refuse to try to get him to do it! We have talked with the nurses and AIDS about solutions but they don't seem to care I definitely would not take your loved one to this place that looks good At the very beginning and then after they are there it all goes down hill and They don't care about your loved one anymore

  • Logiee
    ★★★★★ 6 months ago

    I'm an employee here for very short time. Everyone is rude to eacheach other. Threatening people. When you go to the supervisor they say they'll take care of it and when it continues they say just stick it out. They renege on promises. I've never worked at a worse place in my life. Employees stand around on their phones instead of working and leave it to the responsible people. The high school kids who work in the afternoon down right do nothing. The boss has to ask the employee if they can use there company products. A big joke

  • M Fowler
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My mom had severe dementia, and was at the Wolf Creek skilled nursing facility for nearly 5 years. I never doubted that she was in good hands. The staff was very friendly, patient, and compassionate, which can be very difficult when caring for patients with dementia. Her room and bathroom were always clean, as were her sheets and bedding. Any concerns our family had during her 5-year stay had were quickly acknowledged and addressed. I never felt like mom was invisible; she was lovingly cared for, even though she could be difficult at times. When mom qualified for hospice care, the Wolf Creek staff worked hand-in-hand with hospice workers to ensure mom was comfortable until she passed.


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