Emeritus at Altamonte Springs in Altamonte Springs, Florida

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Finding the right Assisted Living Facility can be a tiring process. Some people may be more concerned with the services offered, while others want to find something affordable, and unfortunately residential care homes in Florida are not all the same. So it is important that you thoroughly research the facilities you are considering. Learn more about the Emeritus at Altamonte Springs assisted living facility in Altamonte Springs, FL, including services offered, bed capacity and contact information.


Emeritus at Altamonte Springs Location Information

433 Orange Drive
Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701
(407) 260-2433

Emeritus at Altamonte Springs Facility Description

Enjoy social, recreational, and leisure activities with new friends at our elegant senior community. Forget meal preparation and household chores — we do that for you! We even have free scheduled transportation available. And, should you ever need it, we offer a full range of assisted living services including medication management, housekeeping, laundry services and much more! Our compassionate care staff is available 24 hours a day.

Bed Capacity: 180


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This place is dangerous particularly for those residents with Alzheimer's Disease. I was fired for reporting the abuse and neglect of residents in the memory care unit, which, I was told by AHCA, usually happens in places like this, where the management is poor and oversight is minimal. The director in charge of the memory care unit, Brenda Stauffer, failed to report the abuse, though it was required by law, and refused to tell me whether or not the report had been made (they are subject to negative ratings if there is an abuse report on their record). The employee in question was not fired, or even removed from the building until months later, after I reported the abuse to the Dept. of Children and Families. As I was told they would, the Stanford Centre waited a few weeks, fixed many of the unsafe and unsanitary conditions I had planned to report them for, and then fired me. That day two residents with Alzheimer's Disease just walked out of the complex, on the watch of a negligent employee who had been reported many times. The residents were found walking down a busy street an hour later. In that time no one even knew those residents were missing, in spite of the fact that they should have had a snack and been engaged in an activity. Employees lack proper oversight and proper training (I wasn't provided with any training for two months, and I had no previous health care experience), residents complain of stolen property and are mocked or ignored (by the Executive Director), and they obviously do not take abuse and neglect seriously. This terrible experience has made me passionate about making assisted living communities, which are not subject to the same laws as nursing homes, safer places to take our parents and grandparents. Please contact your state/local legislators about this issue, as I will.
Source: google

With Mom, I toured this facility Thursday March 6th, 2009. Very clean, friendly staff, good food, not too many residents. I was ready to move in (expect for the family I still tend) and so was Mom. Our "tour director", offered as much help as Mom needs to get settled. As I live 900 miles away, this is a comfort to me. When my time comes, I hope I can find a place as nice and welcoming as this.
Source: Yahoo

The facility is dirty and to many times one person is in charge of 16
Source: google

Over a year has gone by, but it has not erased the memory of the terrible experience I had at this facility, which was partly the fault of people who still work there and the corporation that runs it, Emeritus, which does not do enough to prevent abuse and neglect at their facilities, and allows the firing of those who report it. Here is my review: This place is dangerous particularly for those residents with Alzheimer's Disease. I was fired for reporting the abuse and neglect of residents in the memory care unit, which, I was told by AHCA, usually happens in places like this, where the management is poor and oversight is minimal. The director in charge of the memory care unit, Brenda Stauffer, failed to report the abuse, though it was required by law, and refused to tell me whether or not the report had been made (they are subject to negative ratings if there is an abuse report on their record). The employee in question was not fired, or even removed from the building until months later, after I reported the abuse to the Dept. of Children and Families. As I was told they would, the Stanford Centre waited a few weeks, fixed many of the unsafe and unsanitary conditions I had planned to report them for, and then fired me. That day two residents with Alzheimer's Disease just walked out of the complex, on the watch of a negligent employee who had been reported many times. The residents were found walking down a busy street an hour later. In that time no one even knew those residents were missing, in spite of the fact that they should have had a snack and been engaged in an activity. Employees lack proper oversight and proper training (I wasn't provided with any training for two months, and I had no previous health care experience), residents complain of stolen property and are mocked or ignored (by the Executive Director), and they obviously do not take abuse and neglect seriously. This terrible experience has made me passionate about making assisted living communities, which are not subject to the same laws as nursing homes, safer places to take our parents and grandparents. Please contact your state/local legislators about this issue, as I will.
Source: google

With Mom, I toured this facility Thursday March 6th, 2009. Very clean, friendly staff, good food, not too many residents. I was ready to move in (expect for the family I still tend) and so was Mom. Our "tour director", offered as much help as Mom needs to get settled. As I live 900 miles away, this is a comfort to me. When my time comes, I hope I can find a place as nice and welcoming as this.
Source: Yahoo



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