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- CHRISTINA H. / Paulding, Ohio
- MARY N. / Paulding, Ohio
- ROLAND K. / Paulding, Ohio
- PAUL R. / Paulding, Ohio
- EVELYN G. / Paulding, Ohio
- INELLA F. / Paulding, Ohio
- GAYLE S. / Paulding, Ohio
- ARTHUR S. / Paulding, Ohio
- MARY H. / Edgerton, Ohio
“I have been at The Gardens of Paulding twice for rehab. Both times I have received great care. I really enjoy the facility activities and have made a lot of friends while here. The therapy department knows what they’re doing and treat you like family. I would recommend The Gardens of Paulding to anyone looking for a great place to do rehab!” – Christina H.
“I was admitted to The Gardens in August 2017. I wasn’t ready to go home when my insurance cut my therapy. So I moved into an assisted living suite and continued my therapy as an outpatient. Since it was winter, my husband decided to move in with me until I was ready to go home. Every one was so kind – we were very happy. We are now ready to go home.” – Mary N.
“I got ill in August of 2017. I went to see Dr. Kuhn and he diagnosed me with diabetes and an infection in my right foot. He informed me that my great toe may need to be removed. My surgery was set for September 5th 2017. During surgery, the surgeon found my lower leg would need to be amputated entirely.
After four months at Park View Nursing Center I came to The Gardens of Paulding. At The Gardens, I received wound care and therapy. Nurse Ann Munger was an incredible nurse. My would was healed in two months.
My therapy team was outstanding. I was put on their amputee program that helped me focus on standing, balancing with walker support, increasing my body strength, as well as performing my own self-care and waking independently.
I had a home evaluation performed before my discharge, which made me feel more comfortable going home. With the help of Sarah Stevens in social services, I will be having home health nursing and therapy come to my house through local community services and have everything set up at home that I need for independent living.
The team at The Gardens worked very hard to make sure my insurance allowed me to get the care I needed for as long as possible. They worked weekly to send in updates and new goals to get approval for my continued care.
My overall experience was wonderful. The staff is caring and so helpful. I would recommend my family and friends to come here if they every needed additional care.” – Roland K.
“I’ve been in for over a week. They put me through therapy more than I thought they would. It was good for me. I needed it! The therapists knew what they were doing. I’m happy with the nursing care. I haven’t had a problem with the aides, they were all here when I needed or wanted something. Overall, it’s been a pretty positive experience.” – Paul R.
“Everyone is just as nice as can be. The staff is very friendly along with all the workers. I was very pleased with everything. I feel that my goal has been met by therapy. It has been good for me and made me stronger.” – Evelyn G.
“This is a great place to be, not home, but the next best thing.” – Inella F.
“I have been here for 7 years and made many friends and they are like my family. I am very comfortable here.” – Gayle S.
“From the first day my dad went to The Gardens, Sue took the time to sit down with me and explain all the services available from nursing care, food planning, laundry, even haircuts. The staff even had meals available for my mom. The nursing staff and aides were all friendly and helpful. Also, any concern I had about medications or blood work, they made sure I had an answer. The Director of Nursing, Val, kept me up to date on medical concerns and truly seemed interested in my dad’s care.
Therapy was given two to three times a day and was challenging, but attainable. The therapists were highly skilled and again, truly concerned about my dad’s progress.” – Arthur S.
“My parents spent their last remaining months at The Gardens of Paulding. I was always kept informed of any changes in their condition. The nursing staff always talked with me about their problems and helped me to understand what was happening to them. Every staff member who came in contact with them treated them with respect and I could tell they cared about my parents and wanted to help as much as they could.
Between my brothers and I, we were there almost every day for seven months. I cannot express my gratitude enough for the excellent care our parents received.” – Mary H.