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Reviews of Attleboro Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
msstrummer November 28, 2016
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
My mother did great there, everyone was nice, therapy was very good, and the nurses were helpful. Very pleased with her outcome.
RelativeLPDCF May 11, 2016
I visited this facility
The staff at Attleboro Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is pretty good for the most part. My father-in-law seems to be OK with the food. The dining area is crowded because the people from the dementia unit are also there, so it seems stressful sometimes. There's enough parking, and the place is generally clean, but they don't have enough staff.
CDHS November 30, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
As another review stated and I agree, the weekend staff in the Nursing/Rehab Center was not good as my mother was neglected. We were surprised to find her not dressed, and in hardly any clothing when most others were. 2 out of the 3 attendants told us of her strength which we feel was their excuse for not attending to her. Well she only lived another 2 weeks so how strong could she be. My complaints were addressed with 3 calls from administrators. But it was, what it was.
rcaldan May 13, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
couldn't be happier with the care and kindness of everyone
Daria1 June 30, 2014
I am a friend or relative of a resident
The rehabilitation center is one of the 3 facilities at Attleboro. They're set up more like a hospital. You get a bed; you get a chair. You get a TV and a curtain because you're 2 people to a room. The food was adequate, but nothing to write home about. I would consider it hospital food. Not much variety, not much flavor. I mean, it's like going into a local restaurant. They have a chef there who talks to every resident at least once a week, personally, to see if they like their food. At the rehab, you go down, you eat what they put in front of you, and you go back to your room. The weekday staff was wonderful. The weekend staff was spotty. She was there 4 weekends, and we saw 3 different sets of staff, and at the other two weekends, there were new people, so you didn't get the feeling they knew as much about her as the weekday staff, which was constant. The treatment wasn't quite as personalized. The place was clean. It wasn't as bright and cheery or well lit, and if you go out of the room, there was a solarium to go sit in and an activity room. Attleboro is set in a wooded setting if you want to take a walk outside on the walking path. They were introducing us to everybody, and they were all very nice and welcoming. We walked around the dining room in Attleboro, and they all said, "Hello, how's your day?"
Yardley June 02, 2014
I visited this facility
Do not put your loved one in this nursing home. There are some workers there who do care about the residents but there nurses and aides here who are mean, cruel and neglectful. My mother was in here for over two years. I have seen a man begging for a glass of water who was in a wheelchair and they ignored him. I ended up getting him a glass of water. They are also shortstaffed. I waked by a man who had dementia one night who said he was unhappy. I said "Well tomorrow will be a better day." The worst nurse in the place, her name is Terri Lynne, started laughing, Many of the aides' personalities would change when Terry Lynne came on duty. They seem very afraid of her. I was outside my mother's room and heard people in wheelchairs down at the nursing station begging to be put to bed. They were ignored. After 15 minutes of this I went down the hall and asked Terry Lynne what was going on. She said there weren't enough aides to put them to bed. Two and a half hours later the same few people were sitting out in the main area asleep and completely slumped over in their wheelchairs at 11pm! My mother was choking on her food due to having problems swallowing. I asked Terry Lynne to come look at my mother. SHe heard me asking and did not answer me. Twenty minutes later I went back and asked her again. She heard me but didn't say anything. I kept asking. Finally one of the aides said she'll be down in a minute. She never came down, so 15 minutes later I wheeled my mother down the hall in front of her. By then my mother's choking/coughing sounds had calmed down. I asked Terry Lynne why she did not come down to my mother's room as she had said she would. SHe laughed in my face and said "i never heard you." SHe is someone who should never be allowed to care for other people. I talked to an employee who was more senior downstairs about Terry Lynne ignoring requests for help. WHen I mentioned her name the employee said "That surprises me. She is one of the more senior nurses." My mother was supposed to have soft foods and they would gave her the wrong food sometimes. They are very short staffed. I asked the head of the place Tom if someone could call me when my mother died. He said No because he didn't want to ask his staff to do more work. That is probably because they are understaffed. Donna is not gentle with patients. I heard her telling a patient that if the patient didn't do what Donna was telling her to do DOnna would have to use the machine on her as a threat. Also patients should not be dropped on their beds when having their diapers changed. THis is a HORRIBLE place. The food is also incredibly bad.
Joan3 June 29, 2012
My mother was in this facility for 4 years in the Alzheimer's Unit. Overall the staff was very polite and helpful. There was always activities going on for the residents and even taken out to lunch once a month for those that were able to do so. I was allowed to visit anytime of day or night and 95% of the time I received answered to my question or concerns immediately. There were luncheons for all holidays for the residents and their families. Even though I would have loved to had my mother home with me I knew she was better off living at Attleboro. I would recommend this facility.
About Attleboro Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Attleboro Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a nursing home in Langhorne, PA that provides patients with skilled nursing care as well as private or shared accommodations.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
Features of Attleboro Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Medicare (ratings last updated: 06/16/17)
- Medicare Provider Number: 395710
- Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation
- Date Certified: 05/01/2017
- Resident Capacity: 179
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