I have visited and referred clients to this home. In general, I thought Sanai Assisted Living Home was a nice home.
The grounds of the facility were horrible. The lawn was dried, dead, and needed a lot of TLC, the backyard was nice except for they had huge big dogs. The common areas of Sanai was nice for the owners but not the residents. It was very little space for wheelchairs, and the owners had literally transitioned their home into Sanai Assisted Living Home, the living room is nicely decorated for a family not seniors, the den has nice cozy furniture with a nice entertainment area for residents to enjoy movies but was so small. The residents' rooms were normal room size and the master bedroom was still being used by one of the owners. So with the rooms I did see they were ok and they have a nice shared hallway bathroom as well.Â
The staff and management is the same a wife and husband team who seemed to be very nice when we first met. They opened their doors with open arms for the family I showed the home too as well. The family was very satisfied with Sanai.
While I was there the next day to visit with my client so they could sign the residential agreement, the wife decides to try to tell the family they would have to pay extra even though the client was a Medicaid client. She understood all the terms prior to that day and tried to get more money. The family so upset and saw how the management was and decided to go with another home.
Overall, Sanai was an ok home but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone because the owners didn't seem like they had a clue about assisted living.
I give this home two stars because I didn't feel they could handle caring for seniors and they only were worried about the money instead of caring for seniors.