Reviews of Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation - Canyonwood
kwhamilton October 22, 2015
I visited this facility
we just moved my mother in yesterday and we feel the facility is not a place for anyone you love they are under staffed and you get the feeling of chaos, they mad excuses that they just recieved 6 new patients, but I feel that they should not put themselve in a position that makes the neglect others, also she got there at 11am and did not get any meds till after nine thirty at night and then not all of them . We are moving her out A.S.A.P.
Odieval September 26, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
Just had a friend there for 3 months and the care at this place was horrible. Sometimes there were 3 caregivers per 60 patients. The staff was unfriendly and never knew what the other person was doing. There were so many mistakes and the only good thing about it was the physical therapy . I would not recommend this facility to anyone. Guess I could go on and on but I do hope everyone gets the point.
EMCK March 09, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
My elderly mother was placed at Kindred following surgery which weakened her significantly. From the moment she arrived at Kindred she was mislabeled: incontinent, inambulatory, etc. The staff was not focused on her improvement but rather tailored all communication and treatment according to labels. She was never (literally never) helped to the toilet, but always placed on the commode or bed pan. On numerous occasions, I would find her in soaked clothing sitting slumped in her wheelchair with the call light on, upset and calling for help. Her glasses disappeared one day and were never found. The front door of the facility was never locked when I would leave, often after 9:00 pm. This lack of security was frightening given that the lobby offices were closed in the evening and anyone could walk in without any monitoring and access all the rooms. Despite my complaint to the director, no action was taken to change this situation during my mother's stay.
My mother was required to return home equipped with a brand new wheelchair, compliments of Medicare. That was 3 months ago. The day she came home was the day the wheelchair went to the garage where it sits untouched. From the day she came home, she was fully continent and able to go the real toilet on her own. Her institutionalized dependence on incompetent care was a deathtrap. Getting away and being in an environment that focused on healing and independence was what she needed. Fortunately when we removed her from Kindred she turned around and has regained her independence, all in time for her 90th birthday.
Sharon47 April 02, 2014
I am a friend or relative of a resident
We stumbled onto Kindred because my mother-in-law went there for rehab. She likes the place, and we like the place. She shares a room. It's a small room, but it has a window, and it has a beautiful view of the hillside with pine trees. The staff is very caring; they take care of her needs and make her feel good about herself. I haven’t tried the food, but I've seen it and smelled it, and my mother-in-law likes it a lot. They go on outings once or twice a week. They have music groups that come in. They play games, watch movies, and they have art projects. They have a lot of things they're going to do there. I like the fact that they make her feel safe there. The stores may be about 5 minutes away, but it's right across from a golf course. About a quarter mile down is a beautiful park and a river.
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