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2410 E McGalliard Rd
Muncie, IN 47303-1596

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This is 1 of about 202 options operated by Assisted Living Concepts Inc. You may want to checkout some of the overall reviews for Assisted Living Concepts Inc.

This facility offers Lynd House Assisted LivingAssisted Living in Delaware County and is operated by Assisted Living Concepts Inc . Lynd House has a current rating of 0/10 based on 3 Review(s) by Assisted Senior Living users. The nearest services to Lynd House are Waters Of Muncie, The, Brookside Haven, Muncie Health & Rehabilitation Center, Family Counseling Services and Open Door Community Services Inc. Home Service Division.
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Name: Lynd House
Address: 2410 E McGalliard Rd
Location: Muncie, IN 47303-1596
County: Delaware
(866) 466-6323
(765) 284-7670
FAX: (765) 284-1209
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At Assisted Living Concepts, we are dedicated to making life easier. Here you will find gracious living, caring help when you need it, safety and security for peace of mind, and a chance to cultivate personal interests and lasting friendships ? all with unmatched ease. The perfect gathering Our intimate setting offers attractive apartments that feature modern construction ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms. Better still, we provide housekeeping, laundry and maintenance services so residents have even more opportunity to entertain, relax or socialize with neighbors ? what could be easier? Safety first Each residence is equipped with an automatic fire alarm notification, emergency call system, sprinkler system and secured entryways. Everyday living is made easier, no matter what the circumstance. Our extra-wide corridors feature sturdy handrails, and our apartments include a roomy walk-in shower to amodate a walker or a wheelchair. Celebrate the good things You can?t talk about the good things in life without talking about food! Following our philosophy of ?everything in moderation,? healthy never tasted so good. From our full-time registered nurse Wellness Director to our on-site exercise equipment, we are deeply committed to our residents? physical well-being. We develop an individually tailored wellness plan to help residents embrace and protect their good health (and have fun in the process). Getting to know you We offer assistance with things like medication, bathing or dressing in a plan customized especially for each resident. Our care team receives extensive ongoing training and strives to anticipate needs and preferences. Join the fun From parties to seminars to themed dinners and religious services, we give our residents plenty of life enriching opportunities to learn, socialize and have the time of their lives. You?ll just know Residents and their families have often told us they just knew they belonged here the first time they visited. We invite you to visit us and experience firsthand all the benefits of life made easier -- the way it is at Assisted Living Concepts.
Lynd House Reviews
0 Star Rating Do not place your loved one here
My father told me the Director of this facility, took him to his credit union-where he said they opened an account. He was residing at this facility at the time, and said he did not know what the Director had him sign. We call this a conflict of interest and/or Financial Abuse of the Elderly. Are we supposed to believe the Director did not know he was not of sound, competent mind? He also did not receive proper treatment- having to repeatedly ask for care for his leg which oozed discharge and had severe odor. This should have been properly treated, along with his critical Podiatry needs. My father ended up in ICU and at the time of this writing, has been on Life Support. Some nurses will tell you the infection in my father's leg could have contributed to his off the charts glucose/sugar number/level. (1133) Was anyone monitoring him at this facility? Thank goodness his leg was later, properly treated at the hospital. His shoulder was also broken while in this assisted living facility and hospital staff had questions about this. I was never notified that my father was taken to the E.R. and admitted to ICU. Only the grandsons- whom the Director helped get a Power of Attorney, and which I quickly revoked, were notified. Despite frequently seeing me in the facility- the next of kin, his only biological daughter and only local contact, the Director went behind my back to arrange for and witness a Power of Attorney. I was not even given the courtesy of knowing this was taking place. My father already has a Power of Attorney. In order for my father to obtain a new, LEGAL Power of Attorney, the law states he would have to be of sound mind to make this choice, which he is not. The Director did not know this? Also, the previous Power of Attorney would need to be dismissed. Again, my father looked stunned when I accidentally found the papers and showed them to him. He had no memory of signing them and even said, "what papers?" I also asked several times for the leakage to be stopped under the bathroom sink. My father asked several times for clean sheets because his sheets had urine on them. A Director loses his or her professionalism when choosing "sides" within a family. I have usually adopted the attitude that all family members deserve courtesy and respect and it is best for everyone to work together for the good of the patient/resident. Alienation of a family- by professionals, is just not acceptable. If the facility could not meet my father's increasing nursing needs, the Director should have said so, then an appropriate placement could be acquired elsewhere. Sometimes, it is just as important to refuse residents as it is to admit them- especially if the Director, knows the resident's needs cannot be met. My father paid $2981.00 a month for this? As a Social Worker for 30 years, and daughter, I take this very seriously and have made the appropriate complaints. I just wish to warn the public and increase awareness so this never happens to another family.
Posted by: Joytheauthor On 06/04/2010
0 Star Rating Thanks, Joy
Thanks for the advice, Joy. We will adhere to it.
Posted by: LookingForAssisted On 07/15/2010 Add your review of Lynd House

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