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Compass Park Indiana Masonic Home

690 State Street, Franklin, IN 46131

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3.3

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Reviews of Compass Park Indiana Masonic Home in Franklin, Indiana

3.3

(10 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.0

  • Staff

    3.0

  • Food

    2.8

  • Activities

    2.7

  • Value

    3.0

Mich

1

December 12, 2023

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

The facility is very good unless your loved one needs memory care. In one year’s time, my mother sustained four broken bones and multiple lacerations and injuries.

Karen

4

March 31, 2023

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

My mom stayed at Compass Park Indiana Masonic Home for two weeks. It was a good experience. She had adequate care. The staff was very nice. I kept in touch with them on a daily basis. My mom had a very nice room. It was practically new and very clean. They had a courtyard and a little bistro. The food was good.

BILLYJOHN

2

April 19, 2022

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

Very poor staffing, poor ratio to provide adequate care. Very poor food quality, cold and served in styrofoam boxes w/ cheap plastic utensils. The food I have seen should not be fed to aged patients. The staff is a hodgepodge of agency hires who float facility to facility and exhibit very poor skills and treat the patients very roughly. There are call lights that only light up at a nurse's station at the far end of the hall without any way to alert an aide of immediate need. The aides are supposed to carry beepers but hide them in the bathrooms, turn them off or just discard them so as not to be bothered. There are patients screaming day and night for help to no avail. A poorly run facility!

Bill

5

June 3, 2021

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

Compass Park Indiana Masonic Home was a beautiful campus. It had large open spaces, a lot of new buildings, and newly renovated buildings. That to me is the cream of the crop. The staff was very friendly, very concerned, and almost like family to the residents. They had all kinds of activities down there. They've got many trips off- campus for the residents, they have a medical facility on site, regular group outings, football nights in the lounge, a pub where people gather to watch baseball games, and huge beautiful dining rooms. The food was amazing. They cater to the individual if there are special dietary needs. They make sure that the kitchen staff is aware of them and prepares special meals just for them. I had a friend there that was gluten intolerant and they had their onsite bakery staff make him a gluten-free birthday cake and that was the first time he's had a birthday cake in many, many years. He loved it. They have assisted living, full-time nursing medical center, independent housing, and individual homes and cottages on the campus that get the same benefits as the residents in the assisted living. It's a wonderful place, and it's less expensive than a lot of the facilities that are in Northwest Indiana where I live. It's highly recommended because of the atmosphere of being a family there and their focus on the residents.

m j mallo

5

May 5, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

Anyone who needs to go to a nursing home ,should hope or wish for this one. The food ,interior surroundings, as well as outside were pleasing and well kept.Each one of my 8-10 visits were a 5 star experinnce. Good job, and well done Masonic Home. M J Mallo

Nursenet

5

March 18, 2015

I visited this facility

I am a RN that travels around the state providing assessments. The IMH is by far one of the best facilities! I have been to the various areas of the campus from SNF, Dementia Care areas and Assisted Living. All are above average as far as attentive knowledgeable staff. When entering into any of the areas, they truly make it your home and they are your family! The rooms in SN area are very adequate, and private. By the time we enter the area of needing a nursing home, the size of the rooms and the way the curtains hang are of very little concern. The main focus that they take care of is you and your needs and they do an outstanding job of it!! In all the areas, I have seen the staff interact with the client and family with professional kindness and compassion. I rave about this community and the love they give to everyone!

Happyfamilymember

4

December 22, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Assisted living facility was very clean, smelled great. So many times you can go into facilities and smell foods, or daily caregiving smells but it actually smelled like home. Staff greeted me several times and asked if I needed help with anything. I wanted to take my grandmother out to the nice courtyard and they assisted me, they did not act bothered.

amyinindy

5

March 15, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I have been involved in helping to find a suitable nursing home for my elderly aunt's continued care, so I have visited quite a few in recent months. Upon visiting the Indiana Masonic Home, I knew I needed to look no further. First of all, the home is on the beautiful campus of Franklin College. Just driving into the campus and to the home is a breath of fresh air. When we walked into the facility, I was also greeted not by the smells I expect when entering a nursing home, but by the smell of vanilla candles. We were given a full tour of the facility, and I felt like we were everyone's priority (from the admissions manager to the Director of Admissions and Finance) the entire time we were there. Secondly, I couldn't believe how clean and inviting the entire facility was. Although the rooms were small, the residents were able to bring their own furniture and decorations to make them feel like home. Both in the residential wing and the healthcare wing, the rooms were made to feel very homey. Finally, I was thrilled with the programs that were available to the residents. We were told about outings that my aunt would be able to go own, as well as opportunities she would have for social events, worship, and even getting her hair and nails done. Furthermore, the nurses we all talked to knew every single person by name and situation. We met several residents who have been there nearly 20 years. After our tour was over, I knew my search for a good place for my aunt had ended. She has now been there for rehab for about 4 weeks. When she entered, she was not in very good shape. She has since gained weight and is doing much better. There is a chance she might be able to come home in a couple more months. She has started playing cards with several people in her wing, and she is being more social now than she has been in a long, long time. I know she will probably require permanent long-term care in the next year or so, and you can bet I will make sure she can return to the Indiana Masonic Home.

Lotus Blossom

1

January 6, 2012

I visited this facility

I have visited this facility on several occasions. I was fortunate enough to dine in the cafeteria on my last visit. I thought the service was good, but the food was not up to par. The chicken was not fully cooked and had a rubbery taste to it and the vegetables were cold. I did notice the cafeteria was clean. The office part of the building seemed better decorated and cleaner than the patient living areas. While I was in the patient area I noticed that the rooms were very small and not much larger than a walk-in-closet. I would personally hate to live in such tiny rooms. I also noticed the patient rooms were drab and depressing looking. There was no carpet in the rooms just old had flooring. The walls were all white and the curtains were very cheap and ill-fitting. I saw several patients in the hallways that were only half dressed. I noticed several women who looked like that hadn't had their hair brushed in a very long time and one man was in desperate need of a shave. I saw no medical staff around but I saw several housekeepers. I also got to see the chapel and was impressed with how large and pretty it was. The chapel seemed to have an air about it that made me think it was used very seldom.

Lotus Blossom

1

December 8, 2011

I visited this facility

I have visited this facility on several occasions. I was fortunate enough to dine in the cafeteria on my last visit. I thought the service was good, but the food was not up to par. The chicken was not fully cooked and had a rubbery taste to it and the vegetables were cold. I did notice the cafeteria was clean. The office part of the building seemed better decorated and cleaner than the patient living areas. While I was in the patient area I noticed that the rooms were very small and not much larger than a walk-in-closet. I would personally hate to live in such tiny rooms. I also noticed the patient rooms were drab and depressing looking. There was no carpet in the rooms just old had flooring. The walls were all white and the curtains were very cheap and ill-fitting. I saw several patients in the hallways that were only half dressed. I noticed several women who looked like that hadn't had their hair brushed in a very long time and one man was in desperate need of a shave. I saw no medical staff around but I saw several housekeepers. I also got to see the chapel and was impressed with how large and pretty it was. The chapel seemed to have an air about it that made me think it was used very seldom.

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Services and Amenities of Compass Park Indiana Masonic Home in Franklin, Indiana

General

  • Resident Capacity: 173

Medicare

  • Health

    4.0

  • Overall

    4.0

  • Quality

    4.0

  • Staff

    3.0

Medicare Provider Number: 155593
    Ownership Type: Non profit - Other
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

About Compass Park Indiana Masonic Home in Franklin, Indiana

Admission only for members of Mason's or Eastern Star or extended family. Also offer Fraternal Plan, whereby all assets and income are turned over to Home

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