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4001 Home Street, Castle Rock, CO 80104

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Reviews of Silver Heights Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation in Castle Rock, Colorado

2.4

(10 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.0

  • Staff

    4.7

  • Food

    3.0

  • Activities

    4.3

  • Value

    5.0

Sue

4

November 25, 2023

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

Silver Heights Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation is very old and you can tell it, but across the street from it, they're building a huge new facility and it's close to being done. My husband's room is super small and it's divided into two. It's not as small as the places that are converted schools though. This one is small, but it fits two beds and two little nightstands, and across or next to each other is the width of the wall. Most of the staff are wonderful. They had a few come in that were temporary care and most of those were the same. They truly cared about the people and that's the strongest point for Silver Heights Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation, is the staff and their investment in their positions. They offer lots of activities and it varies every day. They do bingo and they have craft activities. Most recently they were doing pumpkin stuff for Halloween, and this week they were working on Veterans Day and celebrations for that. It seems like they just never run out of activities. The lady has got something up every day and they even did baking and stuff in the room and made their own snacks. Their food is better than in some places. You can recognize what it is. As typical with homes for rehab, they control the salt and sugar and everything else, so the flavor isn't there, but they give you plenty of sugar and salt that you can add on your own. The menu most of the time varies. Sometimes they get hooked on something one day a week like hot dogs and broth. My husband had that three weeks in a row and I thought "On Wednesdays, that was Hot Dog Broth Day." They have a barbecue day also.

Ms. Marianne

5

March 22, 2023

I am/was a resident of this facility

Ms. Sandy, staff and caregivers, thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing me the opportunity to live again instead of just existing. Everyone here treats us like we are their family, with respect, kindness, and dignity. Staff and caregivers are never too busy to assist us with anything that we ask, including sharing their time with us and they always have a smile for us. I Thank each and every one of you with gratitude from the bottom of my heart. You have created a wonderful life for me to enjoy living again at Silver Heights Castle Rock Colorado. Respectfully submitted, Jimmy R. and Marianne M.

acurrentresident

1

July 29, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

If you like burnt toast for breakfast and pot pie made with sliced lunch meat than this is the place for you. The meat is often dry and very tuff so it is hard to chew. The staff is nice and caring but they are always short staffed. The facility is on the 6th director of nursing in 16 months. The rooms are small and the floors are very dirty. There isn't any public transportation in the area.

ChIsAd

3

May 4, 2017

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

My wife has been at the facility for about six years now. She would love to escape from it as would most folks there. It is an old single story building that has changed owner ship several times now. The current one seems to be providing a good staff and things for the residents to do. The food is sometimes great and sometimes not so good as reported by my wife. Over all it is a roof over your head and helping hands for when you need them. Keep up the good work.

Noble warrior

1

January 22, 2016

I am a friend or relative of resident

I have a family member that has been a resident here for sometime. It is a constant battle to make sure my family member is clean, and toileted. Some days I find My loved one has not been toileted for 3 to 4 hours which is unacceptable. It has been addressed time and time again with management. It is promised To be addressed but is ongoing. The nurses and CNA's are some of the best in the country, however there are never enough of them to be able to adequately get around to all of the residents to give them proper care. It is discouraging to have to constantly be battling management for proper care for your loved one. Executive director, director of nurses, assistant director of nurses, social service director, and dietary director are in constant change-over.

DenverGuy

1

July 25, 2015

I visited this facility

II was made aware of the Castle Rock Care Center from the VA in April 2014 as I was trying to locate a VA-approved facility in which to place my veteran father for respite time for myself. He has been there four times since then. The first time in May 2014 was very nice - a care package with toothbrush, mouthwash, etc. greeted him, and a private room in the wing where part time residents stay seemed great to me. I was impressed. Second and third times, things started to go downhill. Lost wheelchair (located a week later in their back shed), and an unexplained relegation to the very smelly South Wing where “permanent” residents are allowed to take over rooms for two, and where incoming visitors must fend for their own “half” of the space. His cane was lost, reading materials lost, articles of his clothing strewn about randomly in that South Wing, clothing which I coincidentally happened to notice as I was walking down the hall to pick up my father at the end of a stay, after having written a notice that staff was not to wash his clothes. In May of 2015 I made arrangements through the VA to place him there for ten days. As usual, I packed his bags with his toiletries, underwear for 20 days, ten pairs of socks, ten dry cleaned shirts on hangers and in sleeves, five pairs of pants, and a framed photo of my mother. I was fairly confident, since the arrangements had been made weeks in advance, that there would be no trouble with his admission. After wandering around for about ten minutes the morning of May 16, 2015, I located a person who referred me to a nurse who shunted us into a dismal room in the South Wing, obviously the home of a long term resident, who had commandeered the entire closet and most of the space intended for the second party. I glanced at the unmade, dirty, saggy bed intended for my father, smelled the urine in the room, glanced at the nurse, and started unloading my father’s clothing into the portion of the closet which was supposed to be for my dad. After about ten minutes I became convinced that this situation wasn’t going to work. The nurse, who had been disconcerted over the condition of the unmade bed and dirty bathroom and overcrowded space, agreed, and proceed to try to locate a different room for him. After an hour, he was assigned to a different room where I was told a more “congenial” roommate resided. I reluctantly left on my trip. Upon return, mid-afternoon on May 25, 2015, I wondered around until I saw my dad in his wheelchair, appearing only semi-conscious, in the odiferous, foul, South Wing common area. Multiple “residents” in that room were wailing constantly during the hour I was there. It took about ten minutes for my dad to recognize me (a first in my whole life). He had a ten day beard (a first in my whole life). He reeked to high heaven, wearing a very wet pair of sweat pants and dirty shirt. My partner and I quickly rolled him toward the entrance; it was my hope to get him home quickly. The staff who saw us wheeling him away affectionately said goodbye to my dad, relating to us that he often paddled in his chair around the facility, looking for me. I thought at the time that that was sad, not then knowing he was probably at those times looking for HELP. I reconnoitered the halls and fairly rapidly located his overcrowded and confusing shared room, where I noticed, in his closet, nine neatly dry-cleaned shirts in their sleeves. His bag was directly below, with all of his pants, undershirts, socks, diapers (minus ONE), toiletries, and a framed photo of my late mother, just as I had left them, except for the ONE missing diaper, ten days earlier, in another room. At first I was pleased, thinking that this time, the staff had actually anticipated my coming and had packed his things. I got his clean belongings to the car, then waited 40 minutes for the South Wing charge nurse to stop ignoring me and give me his pills and discharge papers so I could just leave the wailing and screaming people there. It was very apparent to me that she was delaying me on purpose. Once in the car, the smell of my father’s unwashed body hit my partner and me like a ton of bricks and I began to wonder about the unworn shirts and the fact that his suitcase appeared to have never been unpacked. He was nearly comatose all the way home. Upon reaching home, I got my dad into the shower right away. He thanked me for this. I got him into clean, dry clothes, and noticed that there was a puddle of urine under the pad he sits on in his wheelchair. This spill wasn’t recent in origin. The marks on his legs from the socks he had worn for who-knows-how-long took over two days to go away. When it became apparent to me that he had not been changed for days, had not brushed his teeth, combed his hair, or had access to anything in his suitcase, I became very angry and I called the main number at Castle Rock Care Center. I explained who I was and expressed my anger and horror. She (Debbie?) said, “so are you going to file a complaint?” I affirmed, and made contact with the VA. The personnel at the VA who are involved with the placement of veterans at local nursing homes were understandably upset upon hearing about this experience and in the following days related to me that the Castle Rock Care Center had been under a lot of “turnover” during the past few years, with an accelerated amount of “turnover” at the higher management levels. In fact, the admissions person I had worked with during this year left the day after I had picked my dad up, on May 27, 2015. The main director had been there a few years and had made a bit of a positive difference, but he, too, left this year. My contact at the VA assured me that this incident would be related to the VA administration and the complaint would have an impact on future admissions. In her communications with the staff at Castle Rock Care Center, she was told that the staff did not realize that all those clean shirts labeled with my dad’s name and the suitcase with his name on it, and his clean clothes, all labeled with his name, were his, and just assumed he had arrived with no change of clothes, no toothbrush, comb, underwear or socks. No word on where his watch, belt and favorite sweater that had disappeared during this time, never to be seen again. She assured me on several occasions that I would be contacted by the administration of the Castle Rock Care Center with some kind of explanation as to what happened. 60 days have passed and nothing.

Tally-ho

2

April 27, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

. 5 star?? Hardly. Over the past few years, this place has seen multiple changes in staff and ensuing confusion.The dining room is more interested in gourmet style meals than something the residents actually like. It would take a book..

cleo1980

4

August 21, 2012

I visited this facility

The first thing I noticed when I visited Castle Rock Care Center was the amazing view. This building is perched on a hill and residents can see the entire mountain range. The facility is pretty and clean, and the staff was very friendly. The person I was visiting seemed quite happy with her accommodations and told me about the many activities available to the residents. The dining room is spacious and nice, and the residents told me that they liked to food. The lobby was decorated with a baby grand piano as well as a beautiful bird cage full of singing birds. The atmosphere was pleasant and warm. Castle Rock Care Center offers many different levels of care and their services can be customized for the individual patient. The person I visited seemed especially pleased with the activities that are offered each day so that the residents are never bored. This is a great facility that is conveniently located just off the interstate.

Cathy8

2

August 21, 2012

I visited this facility

They made a very big mistake when they move the Alzheimer's patients from their hall, and move them into regular population. It complete confused my mother, since then I see where she is going down hill quicker. They didn't get the extra staff as they were suppose to either. Alzheimer's is bad enough for people but it's not far to do a major change on a person either.

JoAnn B

1

September 1, 2011

I visited this facility

I don't know how they pulled off a good Medicare rating. You will not be told the truth about the fees and how they work with Medicaid. Step Grandfather was there 5 months and received ONE invoice a couple weeks before he died. Two days before he died they said they were going to evict him. A 94 year old WWII Veteran with dementia and no family able to care for him. The day of the funeral the director DEMANDED we come in the meet with him. A problem with Medicaid approval created a balance that we were not aware of because there was no communication. The director of Castle Rock Care Center is now harassing STEP family with numerous threatening phone calls. They put a lien on property which is fine and they will get their $4k (not even 1 month's "rent"). Threatening calls continue after lien that they will call the police and a list of other agencies. Fine, funds were never misappropriated and we were not told of the correct fee or billed and the cash is gone. They were paid over $15,000 private pay plus Medicaid payments. Latest threat letter included detail for another resident which is a violation of patient confidentiality. The administration of this facility is incompetent and ruthless. Go elsewhere!

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