Traditions at Brookside McCordsville, IN

Offers Assisted Living

7 Reviews
6311 W 900 N, McCordsville, IN 46055
Call (844) 325-8230
Traditions at Brookside (844) 325-8230

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Assisted Living Reviews for Traditions at Brookside

February 27, 2018

By Harold

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

The only complaint that I possibly have is that Mom sometimes, esp on weekends, has trouble getting Imodium on a timely basis. She says it sometimes takes an hour and a half. Otherwise, this is a beautiful facility with wonderful friendly and helpful staff. The food is very good and mom overall is very happy.

May 23, 2017

By bill-stanley

I visited this facility

On 3 Feb 2017, two Traditions@Brookside (T@B) employees, including a supervisor, assessed my mother at another facility (MM). They were aware she was eating pureed food. MM prepared and Dr. signed a detailed 3-page Order Summary Report (Doc 1) that included “DIET: PUREE diet” on the top half of page 1. T@B accepted Mother and gave me forms to be filled out by MM to support a Mar 6 transfer. MM filled out and Dr. signed T@B’s forms (Doc 2) and also updated Doc 1 (Doc 3). Doc 2 had a line “__ Resident choice from regular diet menu”. MM did not make a check mark on this line, indicating she was not eating from the “regular diet menu”. Doc 3 included “DIET: PUREE diet” on the top half of page 1. T@B changed the transfer date to Mar 13, then Mar 20, then “hopefully in Mar”, then “in a week or so” and finally Apr 10. By then, Docs 2 and 3 had expired and were redone (Docs 4 and 5). The Doc 2 line quoted above was again not marked in Doc 4. “DIET: PUREE diet” was included again in Doc 5. Starting June 2014, my brother drove 1000 miles one-way and I drove 1100 miles one-way at different times each month to visit our mother. During T@B’s delays, by brother delayed his visit so we could both support the transfer, causing neither one of us to visit for about 3 weeks. He made a visit, drove home and then returned a week later to support the transfer. With each delay, I changed the rental-truck reservation needed to move furniture. While moving items into her room at 10 am on Apr 10 in preparation for her transfer at 1 pm, the supervisor informed us our mother was being rejected because she was only eating pureed food. The supervisor knew that on Feb 3. She claimed MM told her they could transfer my mother without stating she was eating pureed food. MM denied saying that. Why would an MM employee alter existing documents that would place the therapist and Dr. at risk when the therapist had not and was not planning to perform an assessment to determine if my mother could eat food processed “mechanical soft” or not processed at all (regular)? Because T@B does not accept residents eating pureed food, they should have inquired before doing the assessment on Feb 3. I had to go through the entire procedure again to find a new care facility. Mother was transferred on May 8. On Apr 10, T@B told me my $1000 deposit would be returned. I called on May 15 and the check had not been printed. I received it on May 19.

May 06, 2017

By Mary881776

I visited this facility

We are going to be moving my parents into Traditions at Brookside. It is nice because it is brand new. When I first visited, it was under construction, but now it is finished and really nice. They have a workout area and a movie theater. You don’t have to sit down at a certain time and eat; you can go and get what you want whenever you want in the dining room. That is something that my dad really likes because where he is now, you have to eat lunch from 11 to 1. They have a courtyard in the center. We worked with Kara, who was very nice, very helpful, and showed us the different apartments that they had.
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Questions about Traditions at Brookside

What safety features or security measures does Traditions at Brookside offer to assisted living residents?

Our Wellness Director assesses all new incoming residents to ensure that our community is able to meet their current healthcare needs. Open communication and teamwork between resident, family, physicians, and staff create the ultimate healthcare environment. For added peace of mind, we provide an emergency response system which includes pull cords in the apartments as well as individual pendants for our residents. Safety and security is achieved in our maintenance-free, care-free environment.

If Traditions at Brookside accepts dogs or cats, what indoor/outdoor areas can they enjoy?

Traditions at Brookside Is a pet friendly Communities. Our Apartments surround a courtyard creating a perfect area to take out pets!

What ongoing senior care training does the staff receive?

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How many staffers are on duty in the daytime and overnight?

2 Licensed Nursing and Aids onsite 24/7

What safety features or security measures does Traditions at Brookside provide to protect residents who wander?

•Licensed nurse on site 24 hours a day •Care provided by Certified Nursing Assistants or Licensed Nurses •Health status monitoring performed routinely with notation of conditions of changes For added peace of mind, we provide an emergency response system which includes pull cords in the apartments as well as individual pendants for our residents.

What programs or activities does Traditions at Brookside offer to keep residents engaged? How does the staff engage residents' long-term memories?

Traditions at Brookside incorporates, along with group activities the innovative Behavior-Based Ergonomics Program (BBET) to improve the quality of life for our residents with Alzheimers and Dementia.

Who assesses residents' health and cognitive functioning? How often is that assessment repeated?

Residents are assessed by our staff to identify their cognitive and physical abilities, as well as learn about each person's unique life story to develop a comprehensive plan of care. Both physical and emotional stimulation are then incorporated into the plan to support and maximize quality of life

Describe the neighborhood around Traditions at Brookside. Is it located in a residential neighborhood, a business district, a rural setting, or other type of locale?

Traditions at Brookside is in the Heart of Geist near Geist Reservoir which is full of local restaurants, shops, churches, and a local winery. We are only minutes from Hamilton Town Center Mall in Noblesville. Traditions at Brookside is located in McCordsville although we are RIGHT on the board of Fishers, Indianapolis, and Fortville.

Is Traditions at Brookside affiliated with a hospital if more care is needed?

We are within 6 Miles of 3 of the Major Hospital including; St. Vincent’s Fishers, IU Saxony, and Community North. We have a local Physician Groups within a mile of our community as well as a Geriatrician who come to our community to see the Patients onsite.

Costs for Traditions at Brookside

Cost of Assisted Living

$ 1,234

Starting Price

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Services and Amenities of Traditions at Brookside

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Studio Apartments

General

  • Resident Capacity: 142
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed

Licenses

  • State Licenses: Pending

Costs

  • Assisted Living Starting At: $3100/month

  • About Traditions at Brookside

    Traditions at Brookside is a licensed senior retirement community with no large entry fee or endowment. Residents are served by providing superior, yet reasonably priced accommodations and services in a peaceful, quiet country atmosphere. Living options include licensed assisted living, assisted living memory care, and independent living garden homes. We provide a home-like setting for those who need assistance with personal care and daily living activities.

    The personal service plan is created to allow residents to live life on their own terms, while enjoying the company of others in a community setting. Licensed 24-hour nursing staff are available to monitor healthcare needs for those residents needing assistance with personal care and daily living activities.

    ASSISTED LIVING IN MCCORDSVILLE, IN

    Traditions at Brookside features home-like residences in a setting for seniors who may need assistance with personal care and daily living activities. Our Wellness Director creates a personal service plan specifically tailored to each resident. This plan may include assistance with daily activities, such as medication management, bathing and/or dressing assistance and much more, all provided by a 24-hour licensed nursing staff.

    INDEPENDENT LIVING IN MCCORDSVILLE

    The Independent Living Garden Residences at Traditions at Brookside offer maintenance-free active retirement in a variety of spacious floor plans. Our Garden Residences are all on one level and feature fully equipped kitchens, relaxing sunrooms, and beautifully landscaped yards. All appliances are provided and most Garden Residences include an attached garage. Best of all, no utility bills!

    The Garden Residences are conveniently located on our beautiful campus, with easy access to the main building that features a full-service restaurant, chapel, movie theater, beauty salon and fitness room, as well as a monthly calendar of events.

    MEMORY CARE & DEMENTIA CARE IN MCCORDSVILLE

    Traditions at Brookside serves seniors who experience various forms of memory loss and cognitive decline. Individuals are assessed by our staff to identify their cognitive and physical abilities, as well as learn about each person's unique life story to develop a comprehensive plan of care. Both physical and emotional stimulation are then incorporated into the plan to support and maximize quality of life.

    A state-of-the-art security system is also provided which allows residents to live independently while remaining within the comfort of a secured environment.

    Traditions at Brookside incorporates, along with group activities the innovative Behavior-Based Ergonomics Program (BBET) to improve the quality of life for our residents with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

    AMENITIES

    • Beauty Salon
    • Chapel
    • Fitness Center
    • Restaurant-style Dining
    • Theater
    • Traditions Café Casual Dining
    • Laundry Facilities
    • 24-hour Nursing Staff
    • Care-free Environment
    • Walking Paths
    • Maintenance-free Environment
    • Life Share Program
    • Scheduled Transportation
    • Endless Recreational & Entertainment Choices
    • Restaurants

    Thank you for your interest at Traditions of Brookside. Please give us a call to schedule a free tour.

    What Makes Us Special

    Our team consists of talented industry veterans whose skill sets range from marketing, human resources, accounting, community operations, and hospitality. Traditions takes pride in recognizing that each senior living community it manages is unique and that there is no “one size fits all” approach to providing care and services to the residents of our communities. Exceeding the needs of our residents and their families is our top priority and we strive to provide unparalleled services within our senior communities, which incorporate all of the amenities and enjoyments that each resident should expect in their new home.


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