Wealshire Assisted Living - Lincolnshire, IL

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Aging in Place
  • 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
  • Homecare Onsite
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

Senior Care

We have found that the overall care my mother has received at Wellshire to be very good. There have been few issues and those have been resolved quickly by those in charge. The atmosphere there is positive and there are various activities offered at different levels depending on interest and ability to participate.

Worry free care for mom

excellent facility. Caring staff and attentive and responsive assistance. Plenty of activities to keep mom engaged and easy access and comfortable facilities available for spending quiet time with mom.

A nice location

This community is clean and my loved one has a fabulous room. The main complaint with this community is the food. They do not offer a good menu of options. This community is in a nice quiet location. The staff are professional and attentive. I would recommend when you look at this or any community you go during meal time to see what the food smells like and how it looks. Do they have a nice dining room with a wait staff. I also would say not to be fooled by the entrance to the community, take a look at the whole place. Make sure the food they serve and the activities they offer are the right ones for your loved one.

Food Needs Improvement

I know that all of the residents complain that the food they serve at Wealshire is just terrible. They indicate that each of the residents can have special diets, but the kitchen fails to get that right.

Warning--Wealshire Will Not Pay Debt Owed to Our Family!!

Our family is concerned about bill payment practices at the Wealshire. I am a health care professional and this is a true and ongoing story. Since June 2014, the Wealshire administration has acknowledged--in writing--multiple times that they owe our family a refund of over $6000 for nursing home care previously provided to our elderly mother (now deceased). However, they have repeatedly failed to pay this debt to our family. Over the past year, my sister and I have had well over 30 email communications with Wealshire staff, including very high level administration, regarding this outstanding debt, without any success in receiving payment. The Wealshire's pattern of behavior is not to respond, or occasionally to respond and say they are sorry and will pay, but then never to send the check. This has happened multiple times, including most recently January 2015. The situation is very concerning as either the Wealshire cannot run their business effectively and pay a simple family refund, or they hope that over time our family will just give up and go away.

For these reasons, we want to share our experience with the Wealshire and offer a warning about their business and specifically debt payment practices. We have found that we cannot rely on the Wealshire to pay the debt they acknowledge they owe us.

They are just terrible.

They are just terrible. I can't say enough about the way I was treated, and my wife was treated too. It's a holding pen. They go out of their way to tell you the support your person will have and when you ask where is the supportive staff, and they tell me they never said that. They don't keep the place up, it's a disaster.

They are strictly private p...

They are strictly private pay. Unaffordable

Rehab and Assisted Living are good, Skilled nursing not so much.

It's simply terrible. The rehab portion is wonderful! The rehab could not have been better. we have heard good things about the assisted living too. The skilled care is the problem. The staff on the evening and night shift would speak only in Spanish to each other and in front of the residents too. This was something they knew was a problem had been addressed and was supposed to be stopped. I felt like they didn't have control over their staff, including the head nurse, who would also speak in Spanish in front of the residents. They had no dignity or respect for the residents. The food was terrible, they were supposed to have a choice but they never got one. it was dingy the light bulbs were burned out. Their billing department is horrible. They put the wrong doctor on the chart for six weeks, and it took four weeks to get the right doctor to come see him, even though the right doctor was part of the community. The activities were good, there was a guy name Stanley that was great! They also had a man named Raymond that did a great job with therapy. It would almost be worth it for those two men, almost. My loved one was always afraid to speak up and say anything. The care was good, but they had no respect for the patients, in the skilled nursing section.

This was not for us.

They suck him in skilled care with everyone speaking Spanish. It’s fine if they speak Spanish, but not when they’re working with residents who don’t also speak Spanish. They were holding their noses when they would come out the restroom if someone had had a BM.

Very friendly staff

They've done a great job here so far, we've been very pleased with the service. The staff are very friendly and caring, and they made the transition to the community very easy for my loved one. I looked into quite a few, but this is the one that really stood out to me.

It's been good.

They could have more excercise variety, there are all different levels of mobility and what different people are capable of doing. The food is pretty good, and they will keep something that you like on hand in case you don't like what they are serving, and they will find out what you like and try to include that in the menu once in a while. They are considered sheltered care so they can give more assistance to an alzheimers patient as assisted living.

My 94 year old mother fell and broke ...

My 94 year old mother fell and broke her hip. We were very concerned about her and her rehab. My daughter called her friends and went on Facebook to find a kind & caring nursing home for her. The Ponds Wealshire was the one that most people recommended, because of the kindness of their staff. My mother has been at the Wealshire for about three weeks and has been treated with ultimate kindness and respect. What more could anyone ask for.

My dad looks so much better!

My view overall is favorable. My Dad looks great lately, some of which is probably due to an epidural pain treatment he had recently, but I think his stay here has also helped.
He says he likes how he's taken care of here.