Reviews of Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation - South Bend
Dana1 March 14, 2012
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My grandmother was a resident of Regency Place for four years. The quality of care went up and down. It wasn't great from the beginning and at times was negligent enough that I was extremely concerned for my grandmother's safety. She became incontinent about a year after being admitted. For a time her diapers were not being changed regularly. I don't know how often they were changed but judging by the amount of feces I cleaned off of her and from her bed it couldn't have been more than once a day. After I reported them to the sate (they had several complaints at the time) her care improved for a while. The staff was mostly friendly and seemed to want to do well by the patients but they were too thinly spread. I never met a doctor, administrator or social worker during the years my grandmother lived there. Most of my visits were on weekends but it still seems like a joint rehab center and nursing home should have an MD available.I feel a great deal of guilt for not being able to protect my grandmother from the poor care she received at the end of her life. She didn't have money so Regency Place was the best we could get her into. It was not a good way to die.
friendly14 July 11, 2011
I am/was a resident of this facility
Regency Place was a superb home for seniors. The staff was very friendly, helping residents in a swift and caring manner. They took the effort to make the experience of residents a pleasant one, and to make visits by family amiable. They even took the time to try to have a personal relationship with the residents and their families. If there were questions or concerns by residents or their family, they were listened to and taken care of in a very professional and thoughtful manner. There were always events planned for the residents to participate in, from holiday parties to bingo games. The facility was also clean as compared to other facilities my family has visited. Staff and volunteers made sure to make the environment clean and healthy for the residents. There were also professional dietitians and nurses on the premises to make sure that all health related issues with the residents and/or their diets were attended to.
SportsHect June 05, 2011
Friend or relative of resident
My grandmother was a resident at the Regency Place. The staff was very friendly and helpful in meeting needs of their residents. They were very good about making sure to meet each individual residents' needs, and in a prompt matter. If there were problems with residents, they would take the time to hear them out and take care of any issues at hand. Some of the staff members even got to know some family members of the residents. On top of a friendly staff, they had a fairly clean environment and a lot of fun activities for the residents to participate in.
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