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- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Nurses on Staff
- Podiatrist Available
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Doctor on Call
- Nurse on Call
- Dentist Available
I found [Removed] to be very thorough in his explanation of what he provides for those in his home. Right now my mom prefers to be with family, so I told him to give the bed to someone else.
I do not want to put him in a place where there is just women. No activities. What do they do all day??? Watch TV??
Very nice, but no real socialization.
They are very good about keeping the home and the people clean, and they cook meals from scratch everyday. At Home Sweet Home I really do believe that their vision of the best care for elders is that everything be kept quiet. Nobody really talked, it was kind of discouraged, not in an outright manor, but the vibe in the house was just to kind of keep everyone quiet. They kind of sit in recliners and watch old movies and sleep the day away, and for some that is comfortable, but it wasn't going to work for my loved one. There was no real attempt to do activities with the people. I think they could use some training in engaging with that age group with people with Dementia. There were two caregivers 24/7 and eight residents. It was a very good ratio, and there were many things that were good about it. But it is a home for people who were quiet and doesn't like to or can't really talk or socialize much.