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Spring Arbor Cottage Of Salisbury
14020 Steeplestone Drive, Midlothian, VA 23113
Based on 9 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Memory Care
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(804) 897-3332
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Spring Arbor Cottage Of Salisbury DescriptionAt Spring Arbor Cottage, we believe that life is all about "how you live." Here, residents can take advantage of high-quality senior living in Virginia while still enjoying life to the fullest. Spring Arbor Cottage of Salisbury is designed to provide a safe, warm and caring home environment for individuals living with the daily challenge of memory loss. Our two Cottages can hold a total of 24 residents. Both cottages come complete with a comfortable living room, open dining areas, and plenty of indoor and outdoor spaces for activities and events.
Parent OrganizationSpring Arbor Cottage Of Salisbury is a member of a larger group of communities called Spring Arbor Living
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AmenitiesSpring Arbor Cottage Of Salisbury provides residents with a range of amenities to make them feel at home, such as high-speed internet, three meals per day plus snacks served in the traditional dining room, a spacious courtyard for relaxing outdoors, an on-site therapy wellness program and more. Additionally, the living room has a country kitchen for activities and there is scheduled transportation available. Residents can also take advantage of the beauty/barber salon and screened porch with rocking chairs or garden in the greenhouse year round.
Employee Reviews for Spring Arbor Living in Midlothian, Virginia
4 out of 5 stars. Based on 3 reviewsEmployees who have worked for Spring Arbor Living in the Midlothian, VA area generally have positive things to say about their experience. They appreciate the flexible scheduling and the great residents. However, they note that staffing was always low and administration refused to help or hire more help. They also had to go to physical therapy after working there. Employees advise management to help out and listen to their concerns. They also mention that the director tried to help, but was being told one thing by staff and another by coordinators who focused on bonuses. Employees also mention that the hours were decent and the residents were really nice. They had the opportunity to learn new things and were given the chance to perform other jobs. The only complaint was that the pay was low. Overall, employees enjoyed their experience and found it to be a great place to learn.
Employee Reviews for Spring Arbor Living
3.32 out of 5 stars. Based on 106 reviewsEmployees generally have positive things to say about working for Spring Arbor Living. They appreciate the good values for the residents, the nice facility, and the good pay. However, there are some issues with communication, staffing, and management. Employees have suggested that management be more kinder, personable, and appreciate the staff more. They have also suggested that the company invest in their workforce and provide more unique ideas and offerings for work-life balance. Employees have also noted that there is favoritism and lack of structure, and they have suggested that management take out time to listen to their employees and implement a plan to make the place more cohesive. Finally, employees have noted that wages are low and there is not much potential for advancement.
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I wanted to take time to say how happy we are that my sister, Darlene is part of your family now. You are the 4th community that she has lived in. The first was in assisted living, but too soon for her. The 2nd one sedated her without our knowledge or approval and the 3rd, The Memory Center at $8,500 per month made promises never kept, and a health care plan never followed. I have experienced more love for my sister here in the month of July than l did in all the other places combined. Nan, Director of Nursing amazes me everyday with her hands on approach and always being on the floor. I witnessed her literally on the floor with a man in a wheelchair so she could look up to him and talk him from a bad moment until he was in a good place. This morning before our caregiver arrived Katie, the Activies Director happened to see my sister sitting up in bed and came in and got her ready for breakfast... cleaned up and dressed! Our caregivers are amazed with how much everyone loves their jobs, interacts with the residents, and just the complete package!.Thank you Cassandra for showing me around and being so honest with me! Cindy, the Director must be doing everything right to have such wonderful people there! I hope that l never have to be sitting in her office complaining, as has always happened in the past because of staff not doing their jobs. But if l do, l feel Cindy will do her job, and resolve issues brought to her. Well done to all who make this the best place and most affordable in Richmond. 💖 Carol
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