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ms Hearon February 28, 2017
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
I would not recommend these apartments to any seniors. They constantly have trouble with the elevators. My mom has been in her apartment since last November her door bell is still not working. The staff gets aggravated when we ask them to let us in.
home4seniors November 10, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
I wish I could give this place less than one star...I wouldn't move anyone into this property...this property is the pits .it is bed bug ,roach and mice INFESTED!!!the management tells all new tenants they must have moved in with the pest causing tenants to pay out pocket for bed bug service. the place is so.INFESTED pest are now in common areas...there is security but even the security guards were robbed and had cars broken into ..there is no safety...the staff is rude and educated and unprofessional..you can not voice your concerns for fear of revenge...against u from the office.they have been accused of bullying and intimidation of seniors.
disappointeddaughters November 24, 2014
I am a friend or relative of resident
If I could give them less than a star, I would. My father has been a resident for 2 years now with a promise, since he has moved in, that they will be remodeling and fixing his building. It is important to know that Paul G. Stewart Center is not just one building and all of the buildings are not treated equally. My dad's building is full of roaches and bed bugs. One of the two elevators is almost always broken. The system to buzz in your guests might work for some occupants but not for others. All of these points, and more can be added, are harmful when it comes to my father's situation. He has been an independent man for as long as I could remember but with recent health issues he needs more attention. Bed bugs make it hard to take care of your loved ones when you have to worry about taking them back home with you. Stop being cheap and fix ALL of your buildings!
Caring72774550 December 03, 2013
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Paul G. Stewart was recommended to my parents by a friend some time ago and they've been living there for about four years. It's independent and assisted if you need assistance and it's at a very nominal cost. They provide lunch and dinner if you need it. They have the Golden Diners and the food is pretty good. The ball room, media room and the computer rooms are kept pretty clean. They have a facility for exercise and they have a movie theater. They have trips to various stores and shopping, different things like plays and art classes. They have a Christmas party and occasional field trips. They recently put in a grocery store inside of the building on the first floor but it is also open to the public. While there, I was a little concerned because I felt like they could have cleaned the hallways a little bit better and I also felt like they could have painted near the elevators a little bit better and it was often one elevator that was not working. But they have, in the last month, painted by the elevator and got it looking better and they are cleaning the hallways a little bit better now. One elevator is still not working often and for a building that size for that many people especially for senior citizens and some elderly who can't walk that fast, it's not a good thing to have even one elevator that's not working. They should all be working. Sometimes if a senior has a concern, there is a young person that is working in the office. It may be a generation gap in communication and the person doesn't realize that that person could be their grandmother or their grandfather and it's important to make sure that office staff, no matter what their age is, speaks to residents with respect at all times. There has only been a couple of occasion where one of my parents has not sulked that they were spoken to with respect but they it was only two incidents. One of these times, it was as though they just weren't listening to a senior taking into account what they said but they did take to account what was said and they started cleaning the hallways better and they painted the hallway near the elevator. They did start taking action from what was said. It's a couple of things that they need to work on.
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