723 S Laclede Station Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63119
Based on 107 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice, Rehabilitation
Laclede Groves Description
Laclede Groves is located 1.0 miles from Shrewsbury, a very small town with a population of 6,254. Other nearby cities and towns include Webster Groves, Affton, Glendale and Crestwood. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $84,995, 41% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice Care and Rehabilitation and has Studio, One Bedroom, Two Bedroom and Three Bedroom apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,948 a month, while the average cost of Independent Living is $3,671 in Saint Louis, $3,846 in MO, and $3,394 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Laclede Groves is a member of a larger group of communities called Lutheran Senior Services. Laclede Groves is ranked 7 out of 18 communities in Saint Louis and is ranked 203 out of 636 communities in MO.
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long term care
personalized care plans
24-hour care with on-site therapy and licensed nursing care
endless options for enhancing wellness of the mind, body, and soul
recreational, educational, and spiritual programs
wide range of opportunities to promote an active mind, body, and soul
three daily meals
ice cream parlor
multiple dining venues
move-in resources to assist you with the moving process
on-site transportation services
regularly scheduled housekeeping services
full-service building and grounds maintenance
housekeeping and laundry services
comfortable surroundings with controlled-access entrances
urgent call system
warm, comfortable surroundings
independent and assisted living
beauty salon and barbershop
indoor swimming pool
faith-inspired community with an on-site chaplain and religious services
faith-inspired community with on-site chaplains and religious services
faith-inspired community with a full-time chaplain
Healthcare Near Laclede Groves
Laclede Groves is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital - St. Louis which is 4.1 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including St. Anthony's Medical Center, and Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Pharmacies close by are CVS Pharmacy which is 0.5 miles away, Walmart Pharmacy, and Walgreens. Have to go to the dentist? Options include St. Louis Hills Dental Group which is 1.8 miles away, Chippewa Dental Group, and Francis Park Dentistry.
Laclede Groves is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Mexican at Fuzzy's Taco Shop, Italian at Joe Barcardi's or pizza at Elica's Pizza. Love the arts? Head on over to Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts, Focal Point, or Lindbergh School District Auditorium. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Saint Louis Galleria, South County Center, or Plaza Frontenac. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Blackburn Park, Paul C. Wehner Senior Memorial Park, or Memorial Park.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 154 days of rain, 18 days of snow and 192 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 2.4 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 82°F in the summer and 34°F in the winter, with an average temp of 59.4°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 71.3%, with max winds averaging around 11.0 mph.
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If I could give a zero I would give it. My father was there for rehab and is a diabetic. After 2 weeks we discovered that he was not receiving his medicine getting finger sticks or even a diabetic diet. Sugars went threw the roof. When we confronted them they stated they had no idea he was diabetic. I guess they don’t read charts. Thank god he is not there any longer.
My father is a resident here, and had previously stayed here during a physical rehab stint. There aren't words to describe the level of care, compassion and attention to detail, this staff provides. It's truly unbelievable how smartly this facility is run. They've thought of everything in terms of providing a safe and welcoming environment to live in. Their hiring practices should be the subject of a case study in finding the right people. Every staff interaction is warm and thoughtful. This place, and it's people, are as good as it gets
Horrible!!!! rehab dept..cna staff.are lazy an rude,called several times to report the care of love one,,,you would think management staff would fix problems,,,I'd suggest other placement,for your family member laclede groves is terrible,department of senior services,an also lurthern board will be notified as well
Reach short stay rehab was absolutely awesome & kept me informed & updated the whole time. But since my father has been home he's developed some issues where he needs to be in long term care. The intake process has been a nightmare. No one returns my calls, had to show up in person to get financial application, when I tried to return with the documents & paperwork I was "greeted " if you can call it that by a rude & unhelpful receptionist at the information center in front of the bistro named Sharon.She wouldn't even try to contact anyone when I told her I wanted to drop off the paperwork in person and speak with someone. Wasn't at all one bit helpful or empathetic. I would definitely not have this woman working anywhere near the front.
Everything about this communities nice. Foods really good. Lots of parking. Securities good. I think all the apartments have balconies. I'm not too familiar with the staff but from the one's I've met, they come across as real genuine and caring. Apartments are really nice( like a condo) and spacious.
My friend who chose me as poa was moved to the SHORT TERM SNF very abruptly from Saint Anthony's hospital.She can't walk, and we need to get the poa document signed, witnessed and notarized all at once.They don't allow any staff members to be witnesses, like hospitals do, and their notary is only there M-F til 4pm. Exasperated,I spoke to a nurse admin who asked if she could help me while I was wandering the hallway, she said I could take my friend to the bank to get the document signed. THE BANK????SHE JUST HAD MAJOR SURGERY AND CAN'T WALK, THAT'S WHY SHE'S IN YOUR FACILITY!This kind of nonsense is what's wrong with the American health care system.
My father was in the skilled nursing facility for over a year. Care was wonderful. He was always clean, properly fed, and cared for in a respectful manner. Communication would sometimes be slow on doctors evaluations but I was always given the information I needed and was up to date on his care. When it came time to move Dad into skilled nursing I checked out a number of facilities and settled on Laclede Groves. I never experienced anything but positive care for him. It proved to be a good decision for the last year of his life. If skilled nursing is your only option, as it was for me, I recommend you check this facility out.
I lived there over six years. Each year my rent rose four percent. I moved out, I couldn't afford to stay.According to social security, cost of living increased far less.i thought a faith based facility would be more christian!! I was wrong.The residents and the hourly employees were wonderful. But the top executives were interested in the bottom line. I think their salaries benefited from the increases!!
If I could give zero stars I would. I stayed short term after major surgery. The staff was rude and uncaring. They never checked on me. They gave me a wheel chair with no foot rest, not a good idea after knee surgery. I couldn't even get a glass of water outside of meal times because the staff told me they were too busy. My cell phone and medication were stolen. This place is horrible. The only capable people were the physical therapists. I don't recommend this place to anyone.
My in-laws started at Laclede Groves in a lovely duplex patio home. They were very active in the Laclede community. After about 5 years they moved into a smaller, independent living apartment near the center of the community, due to my mother-in-law's worsening Parkinson's Disease. There they had easier access to the dining room and the Bistro, as well as activities and transportation. After a few years in the apartment, even with 24/7 private duty assistance, my mother-in-law's needs could not safely be met there. She moved into the Skilled Nursing Center. She's now been there for about 6 years. She has declined progressively, and my father-in-law has recently passed away. Though her physical needs are being met, and the registered nursing staff is competent and as attentive as they have the time to be, my mother-in-law's room is literally deteriorating around her. She is wheelchair-bound, has minimal use of her hands, can barely speak, cannot operate a phone, cannot feed herself, walk, or even reposition herself in her chair, and requires special equipment to move her into the bathroom, and between her chair and her bed. She is entirely dependent on staff for every aspect of her life. Her room is her world, and it's been allowed to deteriorate around her. I recently tried to clean some of the stains off the walls, but this is what her room looked like this weekend. (see pictures) We have also found soiled Depends in the sink, and on this visit an unflushed toilet was left after a bathroom visit. She has lost clothing in the laundry, and received clothing belonging to other people. The footrest on her wheelchair lost its locking attachment and was unusable. I happened to find the missing parts rolling around in her underwear drawer. We were able to repair the chair ourselves with a nut from the hardware store. But nobody had notified us that it was broken, and without the footrests her feet are left dangling unsupported when she's tilted back. The cost of this care is about $10,000 per month. We are very discouraged with the state of things, and live 1,000 miles away.
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