Checking out facilities for my mom, it was definitely hard to envision her being in a nursing home and getting the kind of care I knew she needed based on her diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. At this facility they definitely bridge the gap and allowed me to keep her in a home-like setting with more one-on-one care vs. a nursing facility. With my mom’s diagnosis, she is still relatively mobile and able to move around but she has to be monitored and somewhat confined to a lock facility and this has worked out perfect because we’re transitioning her from a home setting to a different home setting that just a little different and provides 24/7 care. The ladies that have been taking care of my mom have been extremely good with her. I can tell that they care. They are very aware of any changes in my mother and they bring that to my attention immediately. If there’s anything that they’re concerned about with her health they take actions and not only they contact me and let me know but also the hospice team that comes in and helps with her care gets notified immediately which has been really good because it’s care that I can not provide myself but it’s like having a family member there to take care of my mom.
I chose 4 Seasons Senior Living for my mother when I realized she no longer could stay at the Alzheimer’s unit that she was in. I looked at a number of small group homes while she was in the hospital. One of the nurses suggested that it would be a much better choice to take her to a care home because there’s always a maximum of 5 or 6 patients. They would have a lot more individual care than at a nursing home where there might be hundreds of patients. I looked at several and when I looked at the 4 Seasons homes, it was 5 minutes away from my house which was very convenient. I decided it was the right choice because it lets me go and visit and feed my mother 3 times a day. I can be there if anything happens in 5 minutes and take care of it. The caregivers have been very cooperative, as a matter of fact; they have been part of my family. I feel secure that they will let me know there are any changes about my mother or of I need to be there or if I need to pick up anything that she needs. They are always very helpful and loving to her. I'm very convinced that as long as the caregivers continue to be as attentive as they are, I will be with the facility. She is on hospice care and that is also working well. They come there to bath her and to check on her, do her meds for her; so everything has worked out for the best for her.
My dad has been under your care for a couple of years now and the care is exactly what anyone would want for their family member. My wife and I stop in every week, on different days of the week, and the house is always very clean and well organized for walkers and wheelchairs to access anywhere in the house. We have seen several different meals, and they look and smell delicious. The caretakers Marcy and Richard are very pleasant and very helpful with every aspect of dad's care.
We frequent hear people mention they have family members in need of constant care and we ALWAYS recommend your services very highly.