Caring.com
Caring.com

(800) 558-0653

Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center

2525 Centerville Rd, Dallas, TX 75228

(800) 558-0653 (Call a Family Advisor)

2.72

(11 reviews)

Offers Nursing Homes

Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center Photos

Get Cost Information

Who are you looking for?

Full Name

Phone

Email

By clicking Get Costs, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. You also consent to  receive texts and calls, which may be autodialed, from us and our partner providers; however, your consent is not a condition to using our service.

Community Comparison

Currently Viewing

Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center
Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center
  • Top rated on Caring.com

Dallas, Texas 75228


2.7

(11 reviews)


Bedroom Type


Starting Price

Pricing not available



Care Types

Nursing Homes

View Community

Autumn Leaves

Dallas, Texas 75218



Bedroom Type

one bedroom apartment, two bedroom apartment, studio


Starting Price

$1,825/mo



Care Types

Independent Living, Nursing Homes, Continuing Care Communities, Assisted Living

View Community

Walnut Place

Dallas, Texas 75231



Bedroom Type

one bedroom apartment, two bedroom apartment, studio


Starting Price

$3,950/mo



Care Types

Assisted Living, Memory Care, Nursing Homes

View Community
Get cost information
Find out availability
Ask about payment options

Reviews of Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center in Dallas, Texas

2.72

(11 reviews)

  • Facility

    2.5

  • Staff

    2.5

  • Food

    1.0

  • Activities

    1.0

  • Value

    1.0

dena.c

1

July 22, 2019

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

My mother was admitted to this rehab/ nursing facility on a Friday night, my mother’s and ours worst fear came true ; when the first few hours that she was there two nurses came into her room; my mom was trying to go to the bathroom and they said to where do you think your going? My mom preceded to tell them she wanted to go to the bathroom, they ignored her request and started to put my mom’s legs back on to the bed . My mom’s legs and feet are And are very delicate. My mom told the two nurses to be careful and to move her legs and feet only touching her heal; they ignored her again and did as they pleased. My mom told them that she was not in there because of mental illness that she was there only for physical therapy. They mocked her by saying who do you think you are; and what you think you are a princess. They also pinched her with s twist and said to her, what are you going to do about it, they said that to her twice. So when we came to see my mom the very next day. And found out all of this and that she was in the the visitors area totally soiled and no pamper or pull up. My mom was also bleeding from one of her legs, she is diabetic and when I mentioned to the nurses they took over 45 minutes to clean and wrap my mother’s leg. After I had to keep asking were they going to take care of this matter. After the nurse just trying to defend their actions, and let’s not forget to mention that my mom was suppose to be on a CPap over night and when she would nap, she was not ever put on that. So Because of that my mother was takin to the emergency again! And was placed in ICU because her carbon dioxide was way to high. My mother was just last night removed from ICU to a regular room she is still in the hospital because of all this. So never take a love one to Southern acres. On 2525 Centerville in Dallas tx this all happened this past week

Gloria

4

July 17, 2017

I visited this facility

Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center was pleasant and clean. The staff was informative and I talked to the director of admissions about what is involved, the private room, who the doctor would be, and transportation to and from the doctors' visits. They had planned activities and activities open to visitors where you can take part in. They had a beauty shop and volunteers to do things with them.

Extremely disappointed

1

September 12, 2016

Other

Please do not be taken in by the appearance of this facility. I sadly was and it turned to be a nightmare. I thought the facility was very attractive did not have a 'nursing home odor' the people were very friendly and nice so I thought it was a wonderful place. To make a very long story short my husbands 97-year-old grandmother was there for 30 days she was not showered she was not given her physical therapy we were charged a large amount of money and found out from Medicare that we should not have been charged anything because they covered expenses along with her secondary insurance. They lost her clothes, they moved her room that we had specifically picked for therapeutic reasons, they put her in a diaper without asking or telling us ( at 97 she is extremely independent and goes to the restroom alone there was no need for a diaper) when we brought her home the diaper was dirty and she had dried feces on her back she was given medication that I specifically signed a form not to give her being her medical power of attorney it was a drug to basically keep her sleeping. Patients yelled from their rooms for help while nurses aids stood around visiting. Patients and diapers were not changed so that when they urinated it went all over the floor and I had to go find someone to clean it up. Other patients would ask my husband and myself for assistance because nurses and nurses aids were not helpful in meeting their needs. A head nurse was actually asleep sitting at the computer when my husband and I attempted to alert someone there was no one to alert the receptionist had no idea of who to contact so no one was contacted until Monday when I went back. The physician they're treated my grandmother without having results from an x-ray that was taken however no one could find it for a week. The physician was rude and dismissive and told me to speak to a nurse however the nurse did not diagnose her or write her prescription for an inaccurate diagnosis. I spoke to social worker many times I spoke to a psychologist which was actually trying to be very helpful I spoke to the physical therapy department three times I spoke to a gentleman after leaving a message for the new administrator and was told that I would be contacted within a couple of days it has now been 2 to 3 weeks and I have still not heard a word from them. Her clothes are still missing no one has bothered to contact me about any of the issues that we had which is extremely sad. I would think that as an administrator especially a new one you would want to address the concerns of people patients families so that you can correct issues for future families so that they don't go through the same turmoil . My husband's grandmother is doing well in a different facility chosen by a doctor is not in a diaper use of the facility completely on her own using her cane to get around . Please keep looking you do not want to go through the same things that we went through or that we saw other patients going through it was extremely sad.

Claudia21

5

March 14, 2016

I visited this facility

Golden Acres was a very pleasant-looking place with very nice, accomodating people. I only saw the dining area, and they were preparing for their Christmas program, which looked very nice. I did not see any of the rooms, and they said that they were going to have a room available for me to see, but I knew that they were too expensive for me.

123b

1

October 26, 2015

I visited this facility

Please do not consider this facility for your loved one. When we first placed our loved one here it was a nice caring place. Now it is just a place for people to go to work and go home. They care nothing for the people who live there and it is grossly understaffed. The desk where the buzzer rings for assistance is left with no one there to answer the calls. These nursing stations should never be left unassisted. I know that sometimes it takes 45 minutes for a call for to be answered. I agree completely with the person who complained of the sunroom being turned into a rehab room. The residents who loved to go there and look outside or have lunch with their loved ones were left with nothing. The residents got a petition together about losing this room and they were told it would do them no good. They sat outside in the heat this summer because they had no place else to go besides sit in their rooms. It would crack the face of most of the employees if they had to smile or speak. I could write a novel, but please don't be deceived. My loved one told me I had no idea what went on there. Sometimes I would ask the person who brought the food trays what the food was because you can't tell by looking and they didn't know either. Pretty sad isn't it?

joanie78

1

September 2, 2015

I am/was a resident of this facility

UNFORTUNATELY GOLDEN ACRES IS NO LONGER JEWISH. THENEW OWNERS HAVE DONE AWAY WITH THLOVELY SUNROOM BY THE RECEPTIONISTS DESK AND TURNED IT INTO A REHABILITATION ROOM WITH ALL GLASS WINDOWS.THE SUN BRINGS IN TREMENDOUS HEAT AND THE DISTRACTION OF PEOPLE WALKING BY THE GLASS ENCLOSURE IS BOTH CONFUSING AND DISTRACTING TO THE PATIENTS. THE COUNTRY STORE WASALOVELY PLACE TOMET AND RUN BY A CARING, WONDERFUL LADY, ELLIE RODRIQUEZ, AND IT TOO IS GONE. THERE IS NO PLACE FOR FRIENDS, FAMILY, AND RESIDENTS TO GATHER. THE FOOD HASGOTTEN TERRIBLE-REAL MYSTERY MEAT. MOST OF THE AIDES ARE RUDE, MEAN, AND DISREPECTFUL ALONG WITH SOME NURSES THE WEEKENDS ARE REALLY MISERABLE AS PATIENTS ARE LEFT IN BED WHO SHOULD BE GOTTEN UP. ON WEEKENDS A PREGNANT AIDE HAS BEEN WORKING BY HERSLEF ON THE FLOOR AND CAN'T BEND OR LIFT. SHE WENT TO USE THE LIFT ON A PATIENT, WHO IS NOT TO USE IT, AND NO NE WOULD HELP HER. THE NEXT DAY SUNDAY SHE FINISHED WITH A PATIENT AT 7;30AM AND WAS IN LABOR AT 8AMTHE BUG INFESTATION IS TERRIBLE,

Caring111610350

5

August 22, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

She is in a nursing facility -- Golden Acres. They are great; they really work with the senior citizens. She is a dementia patient, so they really have an eye in the area. They give them exercise, and they just do a lot for them. I really love the facility. When you walk in, it doesn't smell bad. You can see that everybody is being taken care of because everybody is happy. It is just a good place for her to be, and it is close to where I live. Her room is kept immaculate, and it is really nice.

Caring104255950

4

April 7, 2015

I visited this facility

We are in the process of possibly getting my mom in Golden Acres. The staff was really nice as well as the admitting lady who I talked to. They are remodeling; they've remodeled a little. Caring.com gave me the name of a company -- I think it was a Brookdale up in Plano -- and they were the ones who told me about Golden Acres. They said that they like it because Golden Acres has a rehabilitation center and they take a lot of their clients there to work on their rehabilitation, and they said that they have always liked that. So that's why she gave me the name of this place in the first place. The rooms are older, but they are big. It is more of a traditional nursing care home, but they have a lot of people on their staff, and they have Biblical verses throughout the facility, which I thought was really nice. It seems really clean; it doesn't smell. They were telling me that the people who run the ward on each floor had been there for a long time; they don't turn people over a lot. The people there really care for their tenants so they work to keep it nice like that and not change it so much. It is an older establishment, but you have to realize that they are taking nothing but government checks, and they don't have all the extra income coming in to make it all fantastic.

Daughter-of-Resident

2

December 1, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

Please take the time for a walking-in visit especially during the weekend at this facility. There is a big difference in how resident's are cared for during the week verses the weekend. To my understanding the facility has been bought twice. The original owners left the facility in good condition, but now it's obvious to many that the it's declining in overall nursing care. My mother has been at this facility for more than 12 years and was receiving fairly good care. She has had several falls recently for trying to get up and care for herself. The last fall was while sitting in her wheelchair. She fell hitting the floor with her forehead that left a golf ball size knot. It took her over 24 hours to regain consciousness and was hospitalized for four days. When I arrived at the nursing home staff had not followed proper procedures. There could have been lots of reasons for the fall, but the one they provided was not consistent with the medical findings at the hospital. There were limited staff on duty and the one nurse never left the desk area to provide assistance. She was observed using her cellphone non-stop, even when the nursing supervisor was present on the floor. The staff member who poorly cared for my mother desire a rating of zero, but I give it a two for staff who are providing some degree of care at the facility.

caring7645

1

May 24, 2013

I am/was a resident of this facility

We live in Golden Acres because I'm disabled and that's why we're here in the first place. It was recently sold and it seems like they're just letting it go downhill. Now, I feel that we're getting nothing from the rent we pay.

MichelleMortland

5

July 21, 2011

I visited this facility

This is a CCRC--with independent living, skilled nursing, long-term care, and rehab--all well integrated for residents moving from one level of care to the next. The rehab is unbelievably good--state of the art. They even have a car and a kitchen inside the rehab department to help patients relearn driving and cooking skills. The nursing care is also excellent. It's not in the best location; it's in a less desirable neighborhood in Northeast Dallas. But the facility has a kind of metro-retro look to it. The skilled nursing unit has been remodeled, and it's superb. It has four-star quality. I'd love to break a hip to go there. It's that nice. All private rooms. The colors, the lighting, the bathrooms, the bedding, the towels. The attention to detail is just amazing. They have three activity directors. I used to teach the activity director course at a junior college in Dallas, and I'd give them my highest rating. They have daily activities focused on physical, spiritual, and mental needs. They're also good at getting donations and making outings to the the symphony, the opera, that kind of thing. Even the food is superior.

What you can do with Caring

  • Search the Caring database

    Quickly search the largest online senior living and senior care directory

  • Read reviews and expert guidance

    Read our authentic consumer reviews and content by experts

  • Speak to a Family Advisor for free

    Guided, expert advice to find the best community or agency for you

  • Take a tour to decide yourself

    We’ll help you book tours or get in touch with local agencies

Medicare

  • Health

    3.0

  • Overall

    4.0

  • Quality

    5.0

  • Staff

    2.0

Medicare Provider Number: 675081
    Ownership Type: For profit - Corporation
    Rating Date: 9/1/2023

About Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center in Dallas, Texas

Map of Golden Acres Living And Rehabilitation Center

Help seniors by writing a review

If you have firsthand experience with a community or home care agency, share your review to help others searching for senior living and care.

Request Pricing Information

Who are you looking for?

Full Name

Phone

Email

By clicking Get Costs, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. You also consent to  receive texts and calls, which may be autodialed, from us and our partner providers; however, your consent is not a condition to using our service.
alt text

Compare costs, photos & reviews of senior living and care options near you.

 

Questions?

Call to speak to one of Caring’s Family Advisors, or submit a request for more information here.

(800) 558-0653

Didn't find what you were looking for?

Caring's Family Advisors can help answer your questions, schedule tours, and more.

Call us at (855) 948-3865

Helpful Articles

Senior Living Communities near Dallas County, TX

  • Rockwall County
  • Collin County
  • Kaufman County
  • Denton County
  • Tarrant County
  • Ellis County

Senior Living Communities near Dallas, TX

Caring.com

Caring.com is a leading online destination for caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. We offer thousands of original articles, helpful tools, advice from more than 50 leading experts, a community of caregivers, and a comprehensive directory of caregiving services.

 

The material on this site is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for legal, financial, professional, or medical advice or diagnosis or treatment. By using our website, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Caring.com

Caring.com is a leading online destination for caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. We offer thousands of original articles, helpful tools, advice from more than 50 leading experts, a community of caregivers, and a comprehensive directory of caregiving services.

 

The material on this site is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for legal, financial, professional, or medical advice or diagnosis or treatment. By using our website, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Our Services

  • Senior Living Directory

  • Senior Care Directory

  • Caregiving Resources

  • Sitemap

  • Terms of Use

  • Privacy Policy


© 2024 Caring, LLC. All rights reserved.