Cobblestone Crossings Apartments

★★★☆☆
  • 7020 Clubhouse Ln

    Terre Haute, IN 47802

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  • 812-299-3909

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Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 9am-4pm

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My apartment is very nice, I love it! never had any problems, the girl at the leasing office is very nice, I have lived in apartment communities and this by far is the nicest and I had a couple of maint. issues but they always took care of them. I would recommend them to anyone looking, they are the nicest apartments in Terre Haute. Heritage Trail looked nice but the South side is great for me and close to my job. Its a safe area too.

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My apartment is very nice, I love it! never had any problems, the girl at the leasing office is very nice, I have lived in apartment communities and this by far is the nicest and I had a couple of maint. issues but they always took care of them. I would recommend them to anyone looking, they are the nicest apartments in Terre Haute. Heritage Trail looked nice but the South side is great for me and close to my job. Its a safe area too.

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I would highly discourage and I repeat, highly--- anyone who has a loved one that needs nursing care to go to this center. They have a wonderful 'sales' pitch they give to you and fantastic tour of a gorgeous facility, but once you sign on the bottom line, everything changes. There is no organization or management set. Nursing ratio is well below realistic to attend these residents. Upon arrival, I called ahead for assistance on getting him from the car after a two hour ride, and was assured that they were ready for him. He had to wait in the car for over 25 minutes because they couldn't find help or locate and 'extra' wheelchair. (This should have been our first clue.)
With your sales pitch that you will receive, you will be told that Cobblestone has trained culinary Chefs on board, yet the first night our dad was offered his 'McDonald's meal'. (Their excuse was that they also patronize local restaurants once a month and it just happened to be McDonalds night.) The next morning he was not asked his choice of breakfast but instead handed a plate with only one biscuit sliced in two with a dab of gravy on each half. (note: he was not on any type of meal restrictions whatsoever.but the last time I checked, McDonald's and biscuits and gravy aren't exactly healthy for a newopen heart patient) The bed assigned to him looked as if it was made in the '70's. With a crank at the foot (for him to crank up himself after just having open heart surgery) because there was never a nurse, aid etc to be found to help do anything.. Also on the inital tour, we were told that he would have his OWN room. Yet they switched on that one too. He was to share a room with someone who obviously had emotional and physical problems and kept crying out. We witnessed gross neglegence to patients UNLESS outside family is around, then staff will be right there acting as if your loved one is the only resident there and receiving all kinds of attention. Patients are left unattended for hours moaning and laying in there feces or crying out for other neccessities.
Our father was to have breathing treatments every 6 hours and received his first one on day three. He was to be up moving for his rehab four times a day and never saw it unless we were there insisting he walk. Needless to say, we had to pick him up take him to the local emergency room for shortness of breath which turned out to be pneumonia and treatment for a bed sore.
Beware of this place. It represents a paradise but patients are not given what they deserve!

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I would highly discourage and I repeat, highly--- anyone who has a loved one that needs nursing care to go to this center. They have a wonderful 'sales' pitch they give to you and fantastic tour of a gorgeous facility, but once you sign on the bottom line, everything changes. There is no organization or management set. Nursing ratio is well below realistic to attend these residents. Upon arrival, I called ahead for assistance on getting him from the car after a two hour ride, and was assured that they were ready for him. He had to wait in the car for over 25 minutes because they couldn't find help or locate and 'extra' wheelchair. (This should have been our first clue.)
With your sales pitch that you will receive, you will be told that Cobblestone has trained culinary Chefs on board, yet the first night our dad was offered his 'McDonald's meal'. (Their excuse was that they also patronize local restaurants once a month and it just happened to be McDonalds night.) The next morning he was not asked his choice of breakfast but instead handed a plate with only one biscuit sliced in two with a dab of gravy on each half. (note: he was not on any type of meal restrictions whatsoever.but the last time I checked, McDonald's and biscuits and gravy aren't exactly healthy for a newopen heart patient) The bed assigned to him looked as if it was made in the '70's. With a crank at the foot (for him to crank up himself after just having open heart surgery) because there was never a nurse, aid etc to be found to help do anything.. Also on the inital tour, we were told that he would have his OWN room. Yet they switched on that one too. He was to share a room with someone who obviously had emotional and physical problems and kept crying out. We witnessed gross neglegence to patients UNLESS outside family is around, then staff will be right there acting as if your loved one is the only resident there and receiving all kinds of attention. Patients are left unattended for hours moaning and laying in there feces or crying out for other neccessities.
Our father was to have breathing treatments every 6 hours and received his first one on day three. He was to be up moving for his rehab four times a day and never saw it unless we were there insisting he walk. Needless to say, we had to pick him up take him to the local emergency room for shortness of breath which turned out to be pneumonia and treatment for a bed sore.
Beware of this place. It represents a paradise but patients are not given what they deserve!

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