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13 years ago
04/30/2009, 10:59 AM
A lot of raw motions come to the surface when a parent begins to fail. And when it's time to have trained support 24 hours a day, relatives become supersensitive of the caregivers. Most find something wrong somewhere. I defy you to find anything at Pleasant Pointe!On entering the forayer, you see a well thought out floor plan of a split wing with dinning facility, nurses' station, and administrative offices at the hub. When encountering aids, one is hard pressed to find anyone who doesn't quickly display a smile and a cheerful 'hello'. These people care about their residents and their interaction with them reflects that dedication.Residents have the freedom to remain occupied through out the day and occasionally into the early evening. Those who need an extra invitation, receive one. The company bus and/or van carries them on short mystery trips, to the shopping malls, or just out to get ice cream. Bingo, church services, and movies are high on the list of favorites for the residents. And new, exciting events pop up often.Of course, it's the people who make an organization what it is. And some of the best people in the industry are right here at Pleasant Pointe. I know that for a fact or I wouldn't endorse this place with a warm recommendation. After all' my Mom lives here; Helen Kostko.