About The Chandler Estate In Laurel Heights
The Chandler Estate In Laurel Heights is a Skilled Nursing provider in San Antonio, TX. Please click below to get in touch with them.
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My mother was a resident here briefly... Some staff was skilled and friendly but facilities need work...
My SWAT, student working around town volunteer there bi monthly doing nails, playing games and just socializing and arts and crafts
Beautiful old estate that is used for social activities for the senior residents.
I've worked with the team at Chandler Estate on several projects. Both the staff and the residents were wonderful to work with. The residents seemed to truly enjoy their lives there.
The nurses and CNA'S were wonderful. My only major complaint was that my meds were not ready for me when I got to Chandler. This is a communication problem between hospital and SNF. If you will be placing your lived one there, insist that they move your loved one early in the day. It all comes down to $$, whoever keeps the person the longest gets the $$. If I had been medicated right before I left the hospital to be placed at Chandler, my first day would not have been so miserable but after I was able to get everything straightened out, my experience was ok to great. You can trust that your loved ones items will not be stolen. I have heard patients taken items from their roommates but sometimes the patient might have a disability that might come into play but for the most part I would say the staff is trustworthy. This is a big deal for me because the place I was BEFORE I had items taken from me twice when I had been placed in the hospital. My mom who is 73 has told me if we should ever have to put her in a SNF, or nursing home she would like this place. I would go back there and that is saying alot if you have any idea of what I have gone through (Aug -November, 2016).if you want to read of my horrific experience, look up Las Colinas. Never put your loved one there unless you plan on being with them everyday.