Glenwood Place Senior Living
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Does Glenwood Place Senior Living, 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
Overall Rating 4.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★
K M★★★★★ 5 months ago
I have worked there for about 2 months as a caregiver for an outside company. I spend a lot of time there and am confident to say, it is an amazing place to be. They do the best they can for their residents to assure they are comfortable and happy. They have so many activities for seniors to thrive and enjoy time spent socializing with others. It is someplace I'd definitely like to be when I grow older.
Jakob Grant★★★★★ 2 months ago
My grandma has been a resident here for a bit over a year. I have enjoyed watching her make new friends and go on a few of the adventures Glenwood has to offer. She loves the people and enjoys the activities they offer.
Rhonda Gibson★★★★★ 5 months ago
It's too easy for just anyone to walk in and go to the elevators or elsewhere. I went in, walked to elevators and went to the third floor and to a party. I think there should be more security. A lot of the residents are barely mobile and need protection. I haven't seen the whole facility, it is quite large. The little I've seen seems clean, well cared for as do the residents. The bistro was being full.
Patty Kadel★★★★★ 3 months ago
My review is specifically about Glenwood Place Memory Care. My parents lived in the Glenwood Place Terrace for most of their 3 year stay and were quite satisfied, particularly appreciating the Terrace manager, Jennifer, the breakfast staff, and the maintenance staff. However, my mother stayed in Glenwood Memory Care twice, one year apart. The first short stay, in 2018, after my father became overwhelmed with her care, resulted in a fall that opened my mother's arm down to the muscle and required 19 stitches. The staff, knowing that she should not walk without assistance, put her to bed, placed her walker in the far side of the room, left the light on, and closed the door. She tried to turn the light off without assistance, fell, and was left on the floor for an undetermined amount of time until the next "bed check". We removed her from memory care and my 96 year old father resumed most of her care. Her most recent experience was February of 2019. We arranged for respite care at night and were promised that an alarm would sound if my mother got up. The staff moved her commode away from the bed where we had placed it, the alarm (according to Glenwood staff) did not sound, and my mother fell, resulting in a compression fracture of her spine. She died 10 days later, in pain. I know my mother cannot have been the only patient in Memory Care with mobility limitations. I do not believe the staff is deliberately negligent, but I would warn anyone whose loved one needs mobility assistance for their safety that this is inadequate, no, dangerous, care. Follow up note: It is now late June 2019 and the "follow up and reaching out to me" promised in the owner's response never happened. I suspect they are just relieved that we have not sued them and don't want to rock the boat by offering any personal apologies for my mothers very serious injuries due to their negligence.
Ms. Ginny F.★★★★★ 8 months ago
we are responsible for taking care of our residents 24/7. If weather is bad like snow, ice, we can't make it home, they set us up in an empty room on cots. Or if we are home and need to get to work Management will come and get you. That is how wonderful they are. Also, the food is great...
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