Mentis Neuro Rehabilitation in Houston, TX with Reviews -
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By: Betty D.
Bridgecrest Rehab
Look around this place, all the departments need to be call together and need to be shown how to clean, wash, and read notes on doors. Also need to learn how to read the residents names on there clothes. No one yet has known how to bring my mothers clothes back to her. They bring other residents clothes to my mother. where hers goes is beyond me. We have lost 7 tops 7 pants and 7 socks also 4 bars. Lost lots of others things that we can't find at all. Only a few staff that care where her things are and really try to find them. It's like talking to the wall. When ask a question it's like I really don't know what to tell you mam. I could go on and on but no use. Just need someone higher up above them to get some real answers.
By: Cindi N.
Bridgecrest Rehab
My mom was one of the first residents at Bridgecrest. We moved there in April and she lived there until her death, at age 97, August 29, 2014. I have had vast experience with a number of nursing homes in the East Harris County/Baytown/Pasadena area. Bridgecrest is by far head and shoulders above the rest of them. The love, compassion and care they gave my mom was beyond compare. After she went into hospice (1 week) and we were there almost around the clock, they took care of us like we were one of their own. Kudos to everyone at Bridgecrest the administrator to the housekeeping crew. Y'all are so awesome. Much love and thanks, Cindi Nettles
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By: stormy1963
Windsor Houston
This home is hidden away and most people do not know they even exist. There are no odors, people speak to you as you are walking down the hall and the people who live there look happy. We chose this home for our mom. We are pleased with Windsor Houston and would recommend them to others.
By: Ashley C.
Bridgecrest Rehab
Staff is compassionate and knowledgeable, facility is new and beautiful. Top of the line rehabilitation gym, equipment, and therapy staff. The best place in Houston to send your loved one for short term rehab, skilled nursing, or long term nursing care.
By: Jacqulyn L.
Bridgecrest Rehab
Per a family member she/he states Administrative staff is friendly and always available to discuss your needs. not to mention the activities department keeps all residents active.

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