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Happy Adult Care
1905 Quail Point Court, Las Vegas, NV 89117
Based on 2 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of NV. It is a small-sized community with 6 total beds.
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My family and I would give this place 0 stars if we could. They have only one nurse with credentials running multiple houses resulting in the only qualified one hardly being there and leaving two unqualified people with no credentials or common sense. They went against our wishes multiple times, lied to us multiple times and then played victim when they were caught. They gave our mother medication that we didn't approve and specifically asked not to be given to her and the medication didn't even belong to her. Mary had taken the medication from another patient there and given it to our mother after we said no. We bought it our mother food and drinks that were just for her but some was given away to the child they have running wild through the place. The gave the ice creams we bought for her to the kid but told us they melted because they were put in the fridge. What is a child doing living in and running around an inpatient medical assisted care facility? We have to pay $2,000 a month for our mother to be taken care of but we're still paying for her medications, providing supplies such as diapers and wipes when that's what the $2k is supposed to be for. The house has holes in the walls and other visible damages but everyone there seems to have brand new matching Mazda's in the driveway when someone is there. Now that I have voiced my disbelief and opinion on all this, they are threatening to throw our mother out of the facility. The two unqualified nurses that are left in charge hardly speak any English at all but are looking after our mother. We fully believe the Better Business Bureau, the state licensing and contracting agencies and immigration should be informed to check credentials and qualifications. So in other words, we would not suggest you take your loved ones to this facility if you want your loved ones to actually be taken care of with love, consideration, caring and compassion. It is all about a paycheck for them over there. We believe they aren't used to families being there so frequently to notice and witness these things going on. They are most likely accustomed to families just leaving their loved ones there and barely visiting if ever so who knows how long they've been getting away with these things and to who knows how many patients. We are just trying to warn people of this place.
When other facilities failed me, Happy Adult Care provided.The staff is amazing, hardworking, dedicated, kind, patient and watch over each client as though they were their own personal family.I highly recommend this assisted living facility. The staff are trusted, knowledgeable and most capable.I left each day with a great depth of peace of mind for my loved one.LC Press
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