Reviews of Regency Retirement Village
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I visited this facility
Regency Retirement Community will be my first option for my mom. The facility is large and clean. The facility is a familiar village for her because my grandmother had stayed there. The staff is nice. It also has all the activities for the residents. It has all levels of care. You can go from independent living to a nursing home in that one building. That would be an advantage in case if she moved there and if she would be needing more care, then we would have to move her to another facility. We just have to move her up the stairs to another level.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Back in March of 2012, my mom was Alhzeimer's Unit on the Assisted Living side of Regency. I was worried about her all the time. She fell and broke her arm, another time she fell and wasn't found until hours later and she had a concussion. The final time she fell she fractured her hip and had to be hospitalized. When she was released from the hospital, she moved over the the Nursing Home / Rehab side. The move has literally been a day and night difference. The care she receives is much better. The staff knows what is going on with each patient. She has not fallen or had no go to the ER in almost a year since the move.
I realize that each unit is different, but the level of care that is provided on the Nursing Home side is far superior to the care provided on the Assisted Living side. Every where you go there are good staff and ones that are just there for a paycheck. But the fact that mom hasn't had a trip to the ER in almost a year is telling in its self.