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Pricing for Brinton Manor
|Nursing Care||$12,860* (click below for pricing info)|
|Assisted Living||$5,902* (click below for pricing info)|
|Independent Living||$3,246* (click below for pricing info)|
|Memory Care||$9,737* (click below for pricing info)|
|Adult Daycare||$1,924* (click below for pricing info)|
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Reviews of Brinton Manor
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by Watch over these poor people on SeniorAdvice.com 10/10/2019
Sad depressing placeSomeday this staff will be elderly and might need to live in this facility what goes around comes around, no respect for the residents here. :(
by NotOnMyWatch on SeniorAdvice.com 10/03/2019
I had a friend who unfortunately was put in Brinton Manor by an uncaring family to live out their final days. In the 6 months I visited my friend I was appalled at the overall lack of care for the residents there. First, the personal living area for each resident is nothing more than your standard hospital room (circa the 1980s), with ANOTHER resident on the other side, separated by a curtain. Both use the same bathroom and shower, which is in the far front corner of the second resident's living area, forcing the other resident to walk past the separated curtain into their roommate's living area. So NO PRIVACY whatsoever. The worse part of it all is the size of what barely deserves to be called a "living space". I brought in a tape measure, as I was planning to buy a DVD player for my friend and find space for it by the TV. The space width wise my friend had for their bed, and all movement from the outside wall (wall of the hallway outside) to curtain separating their room mate, was 6 feet. The space from the far back wall that the head of the bed was against, to the closet a few feet away from the foot of the bed on the opposite wall, was a total of 12 feet. So you're talking about a total "living space" of 6 feet by 12 feet. In all of my visits to see my friend in those 6 months (once or twice a week), they were rarely checked on by any of the nurses (or anyone else). This is someone who was fighting (and dying) of cancer. My friends glasses broke, the arm came off. My friend repeatedly asked for assistance in getting the glasses repaired and for an appointment to be scheduled to see an eye doctor and get a new pair of glasses. This never happened and I bought an eye glass repair kit and fixed them best I could, reattaching the arm. An appointment was never scheduled or new glasses. I would ask at the nurses desk if it was being taking care of. Just received a BS non-answer. "We're working on it..." My friend also reported money being stolen from their bedside drawer. They give each resident a drawer with the crappiest little lock on it, that they carry a key for. The "lock" allows you to still open the drawer about half an inch. Anyone determined could easily pry it open and break the lock with a butter knife or some tool, if not just their bare hands. So my friend took to carrying all of their most important things on them at all times. Apart from the dismal living space, is the total absence of any real activities that are held for the residents. The best they get is BINGO day after day after day after day, and an "Ice Cream Social" from time to time, with two large brown economy tubs of lousy ice cream, where everyone gathers in the same room where the play BINGO everyday, and get to choose from vanilla and chocolate ice cream mixed, or strawberry. I spoke with the head of the "Recreation" department, who organizes the exciting BINGO and Ice Cream Social events about several free outdoor events/concerts in the summer that I thought the residents would enjoy and offered to make as much of the phone calls and arrangements possible myself to get them there. I knew one venue would definitely make special accommodations , them having a special road and unloading area especially for people in wheelchairs to get right up front at shows. She couldn't have been more dismissive or disinterested. I thought there'd be at least some excitement and discussion. Shot down immediately. I guess BINGO and Ice Cream is enough. My friend did tell me that from time to time they would take everyone out to dinner somewhere. I guess that's as good as it gets there. Residents pretty much just have to befriend one another and create their own "fun" it would seem. The shared community space inside is really nothing remarkable. The "nicest" thing is a very small sitting area outside, positioned in the center of the building, with some tables with chairs and a few small trees planted. Overall, it was just a very depressing place to be. The kind of place where just saying hello to someone in the hall and making eye contact, they would smile so big, just because you acknowledged them. My friend was not happy at all in there and told me so. Family never came to visit. Just dumped there to die. Sadly it is where my friend died. If you care at all for whoever you are looking to put into a permanent live in care "home", this place is as far as you can get from feeling like a home. There may have been better rooms there for some of the richer residents who could afford them, but I didn't see any. I just saw dismal hospital rooms. Holding cells for the old and dying. And as I said, apart from that, the total lack of interest and creativity in the "Recreation" for residents there is disgusting and depressing. To me, that is even more unforgivable than everything else. Just the fact that the place doesn't care enough to try and find more creative things and trips for the residents to take. It's not hard. It's called having a heart and c
by nadine on SeniorAdvice.com 01/06/2019
NO STARS SHOULD BE GIVEN had to give one to postunsafe, not clean, food is cold, uncaring staffvitals not checked, meds not givendirty linensrun, avoid do not let a loved one stay hereyou will not get out alive
by Donttrythisagain on SeniorAdvice.com 06/11/2018
If I could give zero stars to this facility I would. I was sent there by my hospital for 6 days of IV antibiotics. When I arrived, there was no intake, I was just pointed to an unmade bed in a double room with a mountain of filthy blankets on it. I asked if the bed would be remade. I was given no answer. I arrived at approximately 4 pm. Again, I was completely ignored. The whole place was filthy and the beds and furniture cannot have been changed for thirty years. Several hours after I arrived, a nursing assistant came into the room and told me I was to have a “body exam”. I was told to lift the front of my shirt, the back of my shirt, drop my jeans and underwear and bend over. To my shock I was then given a body cavity search HANDS ON. I will not go into further details because of my privacy. No one ever looked at my arms which were black and blue with bruises from being in the hospital.I slept in my clothes on top of the bed all night. Not one person checked on me.The next morning I packed my clothes and began to leave. The Administrator who I had never laid eyes on before, suddenly showed up with a pack of cronies and told me I couldn't leave, even though I told her exactly why I was leaving. She physically (I weigh 90 pounds) blocked me from leaving until I agreed to sign myself out AMA, against medical advice. Thiis horrible places charges almost $10,000 a month. Do not leave anyone you care about there for any amount of time. A true snake pit.
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About Brinton Manor
Brinton Manor is a 92 bed senior housing community located in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. The community is in a largely affluent area, with a median household income of $99,375. With roughly 19,000 poeple living in the 19342 zip code, it has an average population density. Located nearby are a variety of local amenities, such as churches, retail stores, and health care facilities. There are a number of churches within four miles, including Evangelical Spirit-Filled Church, Covenant Fellowship Church, Bethlehem United Methodist Church, and Concord Liberty Presbyterian. There are multiple pharmacies within a mile of the community. They are also located only 4.58 miles from Riddle Memorial Hospital.More About Brinton Manor
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of care at Brinton Manor?
The approximate monthly average cost of care for this facility is about $6,734. The Glen Mills average for this level of care is around $5,575. The average cost of care in Pennsylvania is around $3,948, which is higher than the national estimate of $3,762.
How did Medicare rate Brinton Manor?
Medicare gave Brinton Manor an average rating of 3.8/5 stars in the latest survey.
What types of payment does Brinton Manor accept?
According to our records, Brinton Manor accepts Medicare.
Services and Amenities
- Assisted Living
- Nursing Home
- Independent Living
- Memory Care
- Adult Daycare
- Dining Room
- Safety / Handicap Features
- Arts and Crafts
- Social Activities
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Personal Care Assistance
- Dialysis Care
- Stroke Care
- Speech Therapy
- Pain Management
- Cardiac Care
- Meals Included
Guest / Family Services
- Family Outreach / Education
- 24-Hour Staff
- 92 Total Units
- 92 Total Beds in the Facility
- 71 Current Occupants
- Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Participant Since 10/28/1993
- Offers Resident/Family Counciling
Complaints and Deficiences
- 3 Total Deficiencies Reported
- 0 Health Standard Deficiencies
- 3 Health Complaint Deficiencies
- 0 Total Incidents Reported
- 7 Total Complaints Reported
- 0 Total Fines Imposed
- $0 in Fines Imposed
- 0 Payment Denials
- 0 Penalties Imposed
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