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Holiday Manor Care Center

20554 ROSCOE BLVD, Canoga Park, CA 91306

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3.3

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Reviews of Holiday Manor Care Center in Canoga Park, California

3.3

(11 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.0

  • Staff

    3.0

  • Food

    3.0

  • Activities

    3.0

  • Value

    3.0

Laura

1

September 11, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My husband is in Holiday Manor Care Center. I would say don't even bother with the place because it doesn't seem that anyone cares there. The staff is verbally abusive. There are a lot of people that have Alzheimer's and dementia, but they put my husband in there for speech, and they're not doing anything. They're not teaching him anything as far as speech. The staff are just going through the motions of a job. The food is horrible. What they do for my husband is all pureed stuff and it looks like it's stuff that they just put in a blender. They have puzzles and games. It's not worth the money. For what they do, it should be way less.

Josephines daughter

5

July 31, 2020

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother Josephine Was well taken care of. The Nirses Rosalina, Chonna, Lorraine, Pang and Cnns Flor, Neth and Patty all showed nothing but Love to Mom. Flor was like a daughter to my mother. My Mom loved Flor. Miss Edna the manager was excellent, wonderful and caring anytime I needed to call my Mom she was on it. This facility is Five Stars ⭐️ ⭐️ 🌟 🌟 🌟 My mother developed a beautiful family❤️❤️❤️🤗This facility is very clean. Love Holiday Manor Canuon Vista😍❤️❤️Thank you everybody for taking such good care of my mom. Flor & Neth❤️🤗

joann dickens

2

July 26, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I have seen a downfall on this facility since I have been visiting a family member for the past 5 yrs.there is no customer service at all from staff at the front.i even wait for long for me to get in.And need to call the facility that nobody is opening the door wherein it's only after lunch.You will see employees at the front patio smoking and listening to music wherein they can't be bothered.Im sorry I had enough, I wonder if the owner knows about this. Office staff are not approachable.However my hats off to all nursing dept, esp to Edna and Mary . They are an asset to this building.No wonder their five stars went to three and maybe will continue to dropped if there won't be changes on administration.Im sorry I just need to voice out on missing that friendly smile from this guy,Mr Kam.

gumby65

3

July 19, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother was at Holiday Manor for approx, 7 years. I can't say this facility is horrible but I also cannot say this facility is great. We saw a decline in how this facility operated through the years. They have a new administrator. She seems to care about the facility and improving things. They really needs to clean house and get rid of some of the worthless, lazy staff they have if she wants to improve how this facility runs. It's this type of staff that can make and even breaks a facility. When we decided to take mom home, I can say I was pretty much done with this facility. We found ourselves unhappy more and more each day with the care my mom was receiving,. Her regular day CNA was great.You could tell she loved her job and she treated her residents with care. However, the night CNA and Day CNA who covered when moms regular CNA was off, were lazy lazy lazy.. Several times, mom was found soiled. Her laundry basket was always full of soiled clothes. She would go through 2-3 outfits a day because she was not being changed. They have some great CNA's who really care about the residents..... But..they also have a lot of lazy CNA's who are just there for a paycheck. If you put your mom in this facility or any other facility, you have to make sure you are visiting your loved on on a regular bases to ensure they are being cared for correctly. We decided to take mom home. We always told ourselves we would not let our mom pass away in any facility. We wanted her to pass away in peace, surrounded by her family. At the end, Mom knew she was home. You could see it. She looked so peaceful. The lord took her home in May, 2017.

Sharona

4

July 17, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

The feel and the look of Holiday Manor Care Center was average like any other, but the staff and care are excellent. The staff does their job, and everything is great, so I have no problems. My dad likes movies, music, puzzles, and communicating and socializing with other residents.

Wyndie

2

July 29, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

Finding a good nursing home is difficult especially if you have time constraints. We were told by one nursing home NOT to go to this facility, however because we needed a place immediately we checked it out. I have to say it did appear to be large and well maintained and the staff did seem very kind. The activities board was filled with things to do so we thought okay, every place else is full so we will try this facility. What we experienced was different. Our mother was left sitting in a chair in the hallway during the day, she was forced to use a walker and wear a diaper. On several days we visited only to find her teeth not brushed and food all over them and she was a stickler for having clean teeth. Her hair was a mess but it was clean. They had us buy gowns but then told us it was too cold in there at night so they had to sleep in "sweat pants and shirts." We never actually saw a sit down meal. If you asked when dinner was being served, they replied "Why is she hungry? I can get her 1/2 a peanut butter and jelly sandwich." They are very understaffed and the time they can spend with a patient each day is about 23 minutes when the state and national average is about 1 hr 40 minutes. Activities only take place with a few residents who are social, they do not try to integrate new residents who are shy. Residents can only go outside with a nurse or visitor and there is no real shade to allow for comfort. In short the activities and all you are promised is NOT REALITY. After two weeks my mother was severely injured due to negligence and had to be transferred to hospice facilities where she died a few days later. Many times we are forced to make quick snap judgements in the placement of our elders for Alzheimer's and there are not enough quality locked facilities. My suggestion is to start looking for a place very early into the illness, it does not mean it will be available when you need it, but you will have done your homework and know what you like and don't like. Talk to others that have already gone through a search and get advice. We kick ourselves every single day knowing we cared for her for 10 years and within 3 weeks of placement she was gone. Don't live with guilt as we have. We wish we could speak with others who have experienced what we did here as well, maybe it would make us feel better.

Mary Y

5

July 16, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

Holiday Manor Care Center was the best for my dad who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease in 2013 and now for my Mom who is in the end stage of dementia. All the staff members are genuinely kind and caring towards the patients from bottom of their hearts. There are many staff members to provide 24 hour care for my parents and other patients. When I am working, I can be sure my parents are in safe hands. In addition, I have some time to spend with my children. I feel happier and can spend valuable time with my parents . I can take my parents out with me anytime I want to. Whenever my mom is not well, the staff will notify me and explain to me that they have called the doctor. The nursing director takes the time to listen and reassure the family members whenever there is cause for concern. Besides breakfast, lunch, and dinner, patients have activities all day to keep them occupied. Many people believe the myth that when we send our parents to the senior center, they will be medicated heavily. That was not true. Actually, the nursing director reviews the medication list during the admission and consults with doctors to cut down as much as possible on those mental condition medications. There were times that I thought my mom couldn’t eat by herself. The staff encouraged her and allowed her to eat on her own. Some nights, I miss my mom so I just visit her at any time of the night without limitations. About the food, every patient has his or her meal specially prepared to fit the individual’s health. My mom has a problem about balancing and oftenly gets up to go to the restroom. The staff placed a beeping mat under the bedsheet to notify them when she gets up. They took many caring steps, and there is no way we can provide that kind of safety at home. I treat this facility as my second home because I can either stay home or stay at the facility to sit by my mom.

Margie Porter

4

March 19, 2013

I visited this facility

I would recommend Holiday Manor Care Center for someone who needs a locked down facility. The place is very bare and minimum but it's clean and exclusive. The staff is nice and friendly. Patients can go outside but nurses need to go out with them. Visitors are allowed to come once a week.

angelcaregiver

3

October 6, 2012

I visited this facility

I was on a waiting list with this facility for many months. The patient's Doctor gave me the name of this facility to inspect for the future need. However, the patient was still able to live at home. After a 3 week stay at the hospital, the patient was released to another facility offering short term stays, too. I called Holiday Manior to see about room availability. The Director Nursing was unprofessional and rudely informed me the patient I was responsible for placing was no longer on a "wating list" because of my inablity to make a decision for permanent placement. I am now forced to find another facility.

Kathy m

5

April 22, 2012

I am a friend or relative of resident

My aunt has alzheimer's disease and has been a resident at Holiday Manor for the past 2 years. Before my aunt was admitted to Holiday Manor she was in a retirement home and when her dementia advanced to the point that she could no longer be kept safe the facility suggested Holiday Manor and we are forever thankful. This secured facility accepts only those residents with alzheimer's and dementia diseases and I am always amazed at the number of staff present to care for the patients, all of whom have varying stages of confusion. The facility is so supportive of the patient's family members, who often struggle more with the effects of their loved one's disease than the patient themself. I joined with the staff and other family members last year in participation of the Alzheimer's Walk and we raised a good amount of money, even winning an award. I have made many nice friends of other resident's familiies and we all share in our admiration of the facility staff all who have an extensive understanding of this cruel disease. My aunt no longer recognizes me but our circumstances have been made better by the thoughtful and supportive staff at Holiday Manor, a facility me and my family highly recommend.

NMN2011

3

December 8, 2011

I visited this facility

I first visited Holiday Manor with my mother, who was employed independently by a family to provide extra care for their resident. The staff was always incredibly friendly, but often seemed overworked as each was assigned multiple residents in a given time frame. Mealtime was my least favorite experience, as every resident was taken into the cafeteria at the same time, and pandemonium broke out when meal trays arrived. It seemed as if this center had a lack of funds, because seating was inadequate, wallpaper was coming off, and the place never really smelled clean. The residents seemed content, and visiting families never complained, so I suppose the center was doing something right. The atmosphere was a slightly uncomfortable one, and rooms felt crowded. With 3 residents per room in a standard room, there was hardly any space available to these residents. Perhaps the best thing about Holiday Manor was the fact that the staff went out of their way to plan activities for every occasion and every day. The calendar was always filled with some group activities or a holiday celebration. Overall, I felt Holiday Manor did a decent job with what was available to them.

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Services and Amenities of Holiday Manor Care Center in Canoga Park, California

Languages

  • English spoken
  • Spanish Spoken
  • Tagalog spoken

Outside Amenities

  • Garden

Medicare

  • Health: 4.0 out of 5
  • Quality: 4.0 out of 5
  • Staff: 2.0 out of 5
  • Overall: 4.0 out of 5

Parking Options

  • Parking Lot

Dining

  • Guest Meals

Safety & Security

  • Gated Facility

Additional Amenity Information

  • Payment Options: Private funds, Medicare, Medicaid, Long Term Care Insurance

Medicare

  • Health

    1.0

  • Overall

    2.0

  • Quality

    5.0

  • Staff

    3.0

Medicare Provider Number: 555578
    Ownership Type: For profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

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