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Pricing for Hyalite Country Care
|Assisted Living||$3,601* (click below for pricing info)|
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Reviews of Hyalite Country Care
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by Anna McDonald on SeniorAdvice.com 05/20/2020
I had the pleasure of working at Hyalite Country Care this winter as a CNA, and I can say from the bottom of my heart that this facility is run with love, kindness, and a mission to treat elders with the utmost compassion and care. LeAnn and Wyrenn care for the residents as if they were their own family, and they make sure that everyone they make part of their staff shares those same values. The staff is kind and very easy to work with, and the elders are cared for in an environment that feels like a home and community. Time is taken out of every day to make sure people who are able get some form of exercise in, and there is daily activities such as board games, dice games, Bingo, salon Days, etc. to entertain the residents. There are fun celebrations and events that happen throughout the year that the residents get to look forward to as well! LeAnn also has animals that the residents get to interact with, and a home garden that the residents can visit or help maintain. Again, LeAnn and Wreynn truly make this place feel like a home and I am so thankful I had the opportunity to be part of the team at Hyalite!
by Mk on SeniorAdvice.com 05/21/2019
I went to this facility almost every day for 2 years, it was not at all what we had hoped it would be. It puts on a good image but look out if you wet the bed or need help with your dentures, then you are just too much work. My mother was an elderly widow with dementia and stage 4 kidney disease on the Medicaid waiver program. When she was issued a notice to move it was legally insufficient. These people still have rights and they deserve to be treated with respect. It was this facility’s responsibility to secure a suitable placement for this resident and work with the family and have trial visits in place and a plan for a smooth transfer in place before the letter was ever issued. They did none of this. They issued the notice with a list of places we could try to get in to. We had already placed her name on all possible waiting lists before this, they have year long or more wait times. When we consulted the ombudsman they told us to file for a hearing because this was a clear violation of the law. The hearing judge granted her a stay until a decision was made. There were no other places to go. Waiver workers found only one place they thought might work , but it didn’t. The resident then went in to hospice care and became bed ridden and a category b which this facility is licensed for. The care should have never gotten so much worse no matter what category she was, a b or c. This resident was granted a stay until the hearing was over and a decision was made. This facility should have stepped up and owned their mistake and given this resident quality care no matter what. In the end the state gave her the right to stay in this facility because it didn’t follow the law in issuing the notice. The facility pushed still and was trying to get her Medicaid waiver taken away and without it she couldn’t afford to stay there. So, we were forced to move her into a rest home on an emergency opening. She died one week after we moved her. I see absolutely no quality or compassion in this as far as this facility and the top notch care they claim to provide. I don’t think the elderly should ever be treated like this no matter what! One instance like this is too many. There’s no excuse for this or the neglect she had to endure while living in this facility.
by Davo on SeniorAdvice.com 03/05/2019
The staff here make it feel like home. From the home cooked meals and the level of care. Haylite is the best. My Dad was a resident and I always felt welcome to visit, share a meal,and spend quality time with my dad. If I'm ever in need of care this is where I want to be.
by Lynnl on SeniorAdvice.com 01/11/2019
Hyalite Country Care is a small facility that looks nice but is more into the image of being a great place than offering the best care and respect available to the elderly . They are understaffed with inexperienced and untrained people. Family member was given wrong medication and over medicated several times. Facility doesn’t follow Medicaid, Medicare, federal and state laws and regulations and issues legally insufficient notices to residents and family. This is documented in a hearing decision with the state. In our family members last months of life she was bedridden and unable to communicate her needs and was in hospice care. She was neglected by the staff, only given water and food when it was convenient for them, Left in dirty clothes and bed linens, eyes crusted shut from no washing, nose plugged from no cleaning and her skin torn from improper changing of briefs. The staff treated family with unspeakable disrespect during this difficult time and the owner leaned over the bed of our dying family member, yelled and said appalling things to her family then denied her pain medications. I would never recommend this facility to anyone ever and feel it is undeserving of any recognition of good care for the elderly. Our family member was there for 2 years and this is a very limited overview of events that took place while there.
by Michelleb on SeniorAdvice.com 09/14/2018
I have a hard time even giving this place one star! They treated my elderly mother terribly. She was left alone, not fed or given water . Thankfully my sister and hospice workers were able to give her the care that they didn't . No clean clothes or sheets. They are understaffed and untrained. How many assisted living facilities do you know of that would call 911 on an 84 year old woman? She has been moved and I would not recommend this place . :(
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About Hyalite Country Care
Hyalite Country Care is a senior housing community located at 6040 S 3rd Rd in Bozeman, Montana. With approximately 33,000 people residing in the zip code of 59715, the surrounding area is heavily populated. It is a predominantly middle income area, with an average family income of $45,936. It is located near retail shopping, houses of worship, healthcare services, and other local amenities. There are 11 drug stores within one mile of the facility. They are located just 4.69 miles from Bozeman Deaconess Hospital. There are also many churches within four miles, including Church of Jesus Christ of LDS, Unity Church of Bozeman, Church of Christ, and Church of Jesus Christ of LDS.More About Hyalite Country Care
Services and Amenities
- Assisted Living
- Off-site Outings
- Social Activities
- Personal Care Assistance
- Medication Support
- Healthy Snacks
- Meals Included
- Low Sodium
- Gluten / Allergin Free
- Kosher Available
- Vegetarian Available
- Transportation Services
- Laundry / Dry Cleaning