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Daughter of resident2 November 17, 2016
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
11/16/16, I sure hope the new owners shape this place up. The food looks like something out of a.prison show. The staff is very unfriendly. When you walk thru you could pass 5 staff and not one would say hi. The call bell goes for a half hr at a time or more before someone answers. You would think tjat the staff could tell when something is not right with a resident but thats not true. I have.had to tell them for months something was wrong with my family member and then had to yake it upon myself to call the doctor at her practice to ter her what i thought was wrong only for her to say to me, why havent i been told about this. Gee i dont know maybe cause the staff dont care and dont relay family concerns. Called the corporate people (ascention) as well as the state. Got some stuff soeted.out but they think oh well enough time has lapse she forgot but i dont forget... thats the.problem then i go back at them even harder. Family members please.watch out for your family member in there. And look for bed sores they are noted for that also. Could go on and on but i think you got the hint.
Heidsz August 24, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
With a new administrator and most of the long terms management quitting because of how he has treated them the atmosphere is totally different. We have been affiliated with the nursing home for a good 15 years and know it really takes "teamwork" and the love of the elderly. My grandmother (I am 42 writing this) will say, "Hi, ladies" when passing the nurses station with them all just Standing there talking about their gossip and not Even acknowledge her. I have worked in a nursing home for years and can't Imagine ignoring a patient especially when a family member was walking with them. But to know how the D.O.N. And the administrator have made people want to leave after being there 10 plus years says a lot. He is a passive aggressive person and that can be said about the D.O.N as well. The atmosphere has changed. I wish the staff seemed genuine in the care I gave. I could go in but I won't.
LoveMyAunt October 14, 2011
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My aunt has severe dementia and is a resident of Seton Manor. She moved in after staying home with her husband for years. It was too difficult to take care of her anymore on their own. This facility is very nice. There is always staff around to help the residents with their needs. The staff are somewhat friendly and helpful, however my aunt cannot speak anymore, so it is difficult for them to know exactly what she needs. The food seems to be edible, as with some other assisted living places, the food is not prepared or served well. There is a nice outdoor area where she can walk around and they also have birds, which she can watch to keep her occupied. She does share a room with someone else, so I can imagine that that must be taxing to some extent when there are extraordinary situations. The residents seem happy and the staff seems like they are there to help. The actual building is very easy to get to, and they have a good amount of parking. When you arrive, you have to sign in for security purposes, which is a good thing. We were there one time when there was a church service going on, and it was great to see the residents getting involved. It's nice that they are trying to keep them active. All in all, I believe it is a good place for my aunt and I'm happy that she is in good hands. Thank you for your time.
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Seton Manor is a nursing home in Orwigsburg, PA that provides patients with skilled nursing care as well as private or shared accommodations.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
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