I recently resided at Sagebrook for 60 days due to a broken leg. I'm an over 50 disabled retired Veteran and prior to that I've worked in the in the senior health care/physical therapy industry. I'm now home and on out-patient p/t. I recommend this facility to anyone considering long term care and/or rehabilitation.
2200 S Lakeline BlvdCedar Park, TX 78613
2100 S Lakeline BlvdCedar Park, TX 78613
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To the wonderful people at Sagebrook, thank you. Our father became a resident at Sagebrook in 2014 and quickly felt at home there- as so many people gave him excellent care. From the management who would always answer our questions and listen to our concerns to the great caregivers who quickly became my dad's "second family". We know with the illness our father had, he was not the easiest patient to take care of- but no one ever gave up on him. He was happy there. We can not thank everyone involved in his care enough. God truly blessed us when we found Sagebrook.
My father visited Sagebrook for a respite time for my mother. It was supposed to be for 5 days. After being there for 1, he insisted on coming home! When he was admitted they took him to the shower room to weigh him. (Dad is wheelchair bound due to advanced cancer.) Dad's locking wheelchair was sliding in the extremely slippery room as he was moved to an also sliding weight chair. The staff joked that "this room has claimed several hips." WHAT?!?! Dad's medication was brought to him in a cup that resembled sludge. They crushed all of his pills up together despite the fact that the prescription bottles say in large print "DO NOT CRUSH." Jeff - the Nursing Asst Supervisor (I think that's his title) was amazing! His staff, however, not even close. Dad asked one nurse/nurse's aide to close his door at bedtime and she responded with attitude (and I quote) "I didn't open it." I could go on and on.... I honestly hope no one EVER faces this kind of treatment as they age! Well.... maybe the people who have been giving it should have a week of it and then be shown how they should have done it - no one (not even current employees) deserve the disrespectful treatment some of the staff gave.