Autumn Leaves of Franklin - Franklin, WI

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Customer Reviews

Meals an area to improve

The meals lack sufficient calories and are inadequate in calcium in a population susceptible to bone fractures. We have requested a weekly menu plan but it doesn't appear to exist.
The facility is beautiful but I fear it lacks maintenance of landscaping of the grounds inside and surrounding the facility. They should to hook up with the Master gardener program.

Very Caring

We have a loved one in your facility. The place is beautiful inside and out. Residents are able to go outdoors to enclosed patios. We actually had 2 loved ones here. The people in charge went above and beyond. We seen a lot of one on one care for my parent. The rooms are spacious. Wonderful care.

Autumn Leaves just OK

Autumn leaves is a nice facility because it is new. There are not enough caregivers when needed and also no nurse or doctor on in the evening. It is highly priced. It needs to get better with the care.

Beautiful facility, Very well designed, We would look at this place again in the future.

Autumn Leaves is a fantastic facility. The people were so caring and it really felt like someone could make it home.

New facility planing to start taking residents Nov. 21 so we were not able to see staff interacting with residents. Anticipated staffing ratios to be 1/7.75. Beautifully decorated without being overdone. Room sizes were generous and bathrooms huge. Divided into 4 "neighborhoods" for resident's rooms but community rooms are spread throughout the 4 neighborhoods which may be a concern if self mobility becomes an issue. Total of 54 beds. Hallways are wide. Inner courtyards are completely surrounded by the building and those with elevation changes (landscape beds) are alarmed so residents are escorted outside. Residents fed restaurant style in 2 dining room areas and there is also a community kitchen area where hydration station and snacks will be available for residents. Had a small sensory room with aroma therapy, fidget blankets/pillows and changeable lighting for those needing less stimulation. Facility is laid out in a figure "8". Will take Medicare/Title 19 after private funds run out but would be transferred into a companion room. Rates based on room choice not care needs.
This may not be the right facility for our family member although it remains on our list of possibles. Feel it may be too big and overwhelming. May be confused by all the white doors in the hallways. Dining rooms and some public areas may be too large for hearing well. Outdoor views in courtyards only have view of the building walls which would be tough for dad who is a nature watcher.

Judy Brown

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