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Daughters Of Israel Pleasant Valley Home

1155 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ 07052

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3.5

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Reviews of Daughters Of Israel Pleasant Valley Home in West Orange, New Jersey

3.5

(10 reviews)

  • Facility

    5.0

  • Staff

    4.0

  • Food

    3.0

  • Activities

    5.0

  • Value

    5.0

Anonymous

4

August 31, 2017

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

My father needed sub-acute rehab and a long-term care option, and Daughter's of Israel seemed like a good facility. My father is focused on his rehab. They also have music and card games. They do laundry, there's a barber shop, they provide transportation, and they serve three meals and snacks. The staff is very caring and compassionate.

Elizabeth841586

4

November 22, 2016

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

We have my mother in the Daughters of Israel. The facility needs to be update. I feel it is a little bit not in the best of shape. However, with her being in there for a couple of months, we see that she is getting outstanding care. We did not be feel that she can get it anywhere else. The staff is very accommodating and very caring. They have good numbers of them. The location is very convenient. It is a very large place, and the grounds are OK. The food is excellent. They offered three meals a day, and they do have mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks as well. I think they may even do a before bed snack, if they want. I think they are in line with other facilities in the area.

Pamela Ann

2

October 18, 2016

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

Ask what the number of aids to patients is. Each aid should have a low number of patients to care for. Six is good. Twenty two is not. The first time my mom was cared for I was pleased. When she returned a few years later, I found she had severe infections from improper care of under the skin lines providing fluids. I regretted having chosen this place for her rehabilitation after hospitalization. I took her home and healed her infections with proper care. They should never have happened. It was a terrible experience.

A you thing

1

March 23, 2016

I am a friend or relative of resident

This is an aesthetically nice place. The care is not good. The staff makes family members and patients feel like they are inconveniencing them. Patients are left for long periods of time and begging for help. It's truly disturbing. Don't put your loved ones through this.

Karen117097150

3

January 16, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My husband was in Daughters of Israel and I was not happy at all. When I went in, he had food stuffed in his face 3-1/2 hours after he had eaten and he was laid on his back. He was supposed to get the pneumonia and flu shot and he never got it. There were times that I went in, his feeding PEG was filthy. I had to ask them to clean it. The dining room was OK. I would fill up his pitcher by his bedside with a kiwi/strawberry enhanced water on a Wednesday, go back on Friday, and the same water would be in his container. It happened on multiple occasions. They said they could accommodate him with a wheelchair, and it was a week before they got a wheelchair that he couldn't slide out of. They moved him on Thursday, and on Saturday and Sunday he spent the whole day in bed because they didn't have a wheelchair for him. On Monday, they got a wheelchair but it still wasn't good for him. The place was dirty, even the food trays. It looked like they never even came in and cleaned his room. They weren't attentive. I went in one time and he was laying, there were no sheets on, and everything was on the floor. Overall, I wasn't impressed. They did have activities for him, which were posted, and the staff was nice, but they were short staffed.

Avram

5

December 31, 2015

I visited this facility

The Daughters of Israel was beautiful and very nice. They have nice little areas for privacy. It’s a very homey place even though it’s an institution. It’s just very incredibly expensive.

kakie66

2

July 22, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

I had high hopes for this facility when they admitted my father. However, in retrospect, I feel that they hastened my father's demise and death, within only a few months of his stay there. The nursing care is haphazard, there is insufficient CNA oversight for the number of residents, the food is often served cold or lukewarm/unappetizing and the activities program is quite limited in terms of interests. Physical therapy and occupational therapy are inconsistently administered and there are no clinical social work services to speak of. I would never admit another relative to this facility.

GI.MD

5

February 14, 2015

I visited this facility

There truly is none Better. My Mom was cared for in the most kind loving and positive environment from the rehabilitation through a wonderful and long yet productive and at all times medical clinicians who are superb. Thanks DOI

SCain1

5

June 23, 2012

I visited this facility

The facility itself is extremely nice and quite comfortable as far as the rooms, the outside area, activities and amneties. The staff there is wonderful and no matter what the patient/resident needs, they are there to help. The medical staff is also wonderful, and they do everything they can to make sure the patient/resident is comfortable and happy. This is a kosher facility, but patients/residents can have food brought in by family members and eaten either in their room or in one of the many family rooms provided. There are many activities offered every day, from movies, concerts, games, etc. and the patients and residents are always encouraged to enjoy all of them and are also encouraged to mingle and make friends. The laundry service was also top notch, with clothes being collected on a Sunday and brought back to the patient/resident the next day. All in all, I felt that this is an excellent facility and should I ever need to live in an assisted living facility this is where I would go.

John5

4

January 28, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Daughters of Israel, the West Orange nursing home, has greatly impressed me over the years. I used to visit a lot while my grandmother was staying there and never came across an unhappy person. The staff seems to take great care of the patients' every need. There are events held for the patients, whether it be arts and crafts, or a group of visiting children to brighten their day. I feel that this facility is different than others in that patients can benefit more through proper care and lack of neglect. There are staff members on call around the clock, to tend to the residents' every need and are always optimistic and caring.The only small change I would like to see in this facility is the food. On the few occasions I went to the cafeteria to have something to eat, the food seemed a bit stale. Although the food isn't great, I feel very lucky to know that my grandmother was taken care of very well.

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  • Health

    2.0

  • Overall

    3.0

  • Quality

    5.0

  • Staff

    4.0

Medicare Provider Number: 315029
    Ownership Type: Non profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

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