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The place was terrible for my husband. I left him on [date removed] there, and he was watching TV and talking as usual. I went back on [date removed] and he was totally out of it, having had a stroke, and not one person there knew the difference. No doctor was called, no one helped him. Nine months later I visited him there in the morning and he was sliding back and forth on his chair. I told two aides to watch him carefully because I was afraid he would fall. They assured me that he was safe. Two hours after I got home they called and told me he had fallen but that he was fine. One day after that they called and said he had a cracked rib.
Soon after that he died. I warn anyone thinking of using the place to forget it and go somewhere else.
Staff and administration don't communicate
Staff and administration lack empathy and are cold-hearted. Both don't communicate. Not worth the expense.
A very unique spot on the Upper East Side – entirely devoted to dementia care - The 80th Street Residence caters to yesterday's Executives, Politicians, Artists, Educators and World Travelers. They are our Husbands, Wives, Mothers, Fathers and Friends, whose lifestyles and love of New York City continue to thrive here at 80th Street.Our intimate boutique-like Residence is a tribute to the tremendous thought and caring that allowed us to create a place that truly feels like home rather than one that just looks like home.