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Beehive Homes Of Great Falls
2320 15Th Ave S, Great Falls, MT 59405
Based on 45 reviews
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Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Respite
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Beehive Homes Of Great Falls DescriptionBeeHive Homes of Great Falls, Montana is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for our elderly residents, those suffering from traumatic brain injuries, and memory care patients. We offer a variety of services and amenities to make sure our residents are comfortable and well-cared for. Our care homes are places where people can come to enhance their lives. The professional caregivers at our facility are trained to provide top-notch care, but it is the extra bit of themselves that they put into their work that makes the care unique and special. Our homes are designed to provide quality care for each of our residents. This allows them to gain a deep understanding of the care that each resident requires.
Assisted LivingBeehive Homes assisted living care are ideal for those who value their independence but require help with some of the activities of daily living. Residents at our facility enjoy around-the-clock support, private bedrooms with attached bathrooms, medication monitoring and documentation (where permitted), delicious home cooked meals approved by a dietitian, housekeeping and laundry services, engaging social activities and outings, as well as daily opportunities for physical and mental exercise.
Memory CareAt Beehive Homes, we understand that as our population ages, more and more seniors are affected by memory loss and dementia. That's why we offer specialized memory care services designed to meet their unique needs. Whether it's help with activities of daily living or engaging social programs, our goal is to provide the best possible quality of life for each resident. At our company, we value diversity and cater to individual needs in order to create the best possible experience for everyone. At Beehive Homes, the professional staff not only assesses residents upon joining the Beehive family, but on a regular basis to ascertain each person’s specific needs - which of course may change over time.
Respite CareAt Beehive Homes, we provide respite care for your loved one in case of an expected or unexpected event. If you need a break from your normal routine, respite care can provide you with peace of mind. Your loved one will be in good hands and well cared for while you're away. Our respite residents enjoy many of the same benefits as our full-time residents do-a furnished room, three nutritious home cooked meals a day (with snacks), great interaction with other residents and staff, and activities tailored to their specific needs.
Parent OrganizationBeehive Homes Of Great Falls is a member of a larger group of communities called BeeHive Homes
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ServicesBeehive Homes Of Great Falls provides private rooms for its residents, each with its own bathroom equipped with an ADA shower for ease of bathing. Mealtime is a favorite at the assisted living home, as all meals are dietician approved. Residents can feel safe knowing that there is 24-hour staffing to ensure their safety and well-being.
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Employee Reviews for BeeHive Homes in Great Falls, Montana
3.31 out of 5 stars. Based on 13 reviewsEmployees generally have positive things to say about working for BeeHive Homes in the Great Falls, MT area. They appreciate the opportunity to meet unique individuals and help them be successful in their daily life struggles. However, the worst con of working in any type of healthcare assistance is the loss of residents. Employees have suggested that the owners should show more care and appreciation for their workers, and that the workplace should be more friendly. Employees also appreciate the fact that there is always something to do and that the residents are well taken care of. However, they have also noted that the politics of the workplace can be difficult to navigate. Additionally, they have mentioned that it can be hard to work their hours and be home when needed. In general, employees appreciate the opportunity to work with and help families, and they feel that it is a rewarding job.
Employee Reviews for BeeHive Homes
3.18 out of 5 stars. Based on 339 reviewsEmployees generally have positive things to say about working for BeeHive Homes. They appreciate the sweet people they work with and the good job they do caring for the residents. However, some have noted that the management of the facility can be disorganized and have trouble with communication. They also note that the owner of the company only allows one 15 minute break for the nursing staff, which is not long enough to eat a meal. Employees also report that the pay is not competitive with the market and that there are no benefits. Advice to management includes better communication, showing appreciation more frequently, and replacing management with people with experience.
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This place will take your money, promise what you ask for, and do the opposite. Management is terrible, employee turnover very high, and only one or two barely-trained workers on shift per house to cover up to twenty residents. Do not consider placing your loves ones here if you aren't able to closely monitor the care yourself.
Never have enough staff on hand. Staff turnover is ridiculous. And this has been an issue for years, NOT just since Covid. Lots of excuses, but no successful action to resolve issues. Maybe they should pay the staff more and provide more workers per shift to lighten the workers loads? For the thousands of dollars per month that each resident pays, one would expect the BeeHive to have enough workers to provide all of the amenities/care they promise before your loved one moves in... And for all that money they should be able to pay the staff more to retain adequate staffing and provide the care they promise. Maybe the problem lies within the upper management/owners being able to effectively run and staff these homes.
We had a wonderful experience with Beehive Homes in Great Falls. My mother was allowed to move in on short notice when her husband suffered a heart attack. The staff worked hard to make her feel at home and to adapt to her moods. I was always able to get hold of someone there and they all knew her needs and issues. They allow any family members to visit at any time and even to eat meals there. It is comfortable and clean. The staff even offered to go to her home to assist when she went home to visit. They were caring and trying hard to help at a difficult time of her life.
1)How many calls does it take to get a simple answer from the Home Administrator? 2)Do you need to show up not once, but twice, in person to get an answer? 1)I don't know -- after at least three inquiry calls we STILL didn't get even a call back. 2)Apparently showing up in person to inquire and having the office assistant leave a detailed, handwritten note for the temporarily absent Home Administrator doesn't get you a return call either.Bottom Line: People in the community told me how great Bee Hive was. If Bee Hive Homes can't get the simplest of courtesies to return a call, imagine how they'd treat your family member! Despite what people told me about Bee Hive, had the Administrator taken the time to call me back one of the last days of my visit to GF (and helping my mom find care for my grandmother), I would have shared what I am sharing here and told them, "No thanks!"
5 stars all the way!! This has been home for my sweet great aunt for a little over a year now and I can peacefully know when I go back home after our visit she is being well taken care of and up to date on her medicine. The nurses are so kind and caring and so is all the other staff as well. I’ve gained so much trust with Zach especially, he is so genuine with the care he shows my aunt and I’m extremely grateful for everything they’ve all done for her. 10/10 Recommend!
My parents reside in one of the MEMORY CARE homes and the care for them is terrible! They pay over $5k monthly and these people are hired with NO MEDICAL experience whatsoever. Then, they have a whopping 2 people per shift in charge of over 17 individuals with major issues. This includes cooking meals and cleaning. I am not impressed by this company's GREED! They do not care about the residents, they care about $$$. My parents require better care and kindness, which is also lacking in these homes.
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