I didn't like Dove Tree Manor nor the caregivers, who looked like they're about 90 years old. The house looked OK and clean, but really dark, which bothered me. People were sitting in chairs like zombies, which looked horrible to me. They told me one thing over the phone and when I got there, it changed. I asked them serious questions and things changed a little bit again. I didn't ask silly questions, instead I asked things like, "Do you own the house?, Who writes your payroll? When was your last inspection? How did that go? Who are you insured by?" and when they can't answer me, that's the problem. It felt like they wanted the money. The place was clean and it's a nice house, but I would lighten it up and get additional caregivers because it looked horrible and you know the caregivers there can't do it and they're not going to have the energy to take residents out and do anything with them.
I was surprised to see the comments you left on Caring.com after you toured my facility. I felt that I answered all your questions directly and sincerely. Thanks for noticing my facility was nice and clean. My caregivers range in age from 28 to 52 years old and are very well experienced, and they are my family. If they look horrible to you I'm Sorry? I have dedicated my life to senior care and take much pride in the services I provide. If I can be of service to you or your family in the future please don't hesitate to contact me. -Eva Fe Sosnovsky, Licensed Administrator