- Covenant Village Rehab
3210 Werk, Cincinnati, OH, 45211
Community InformationCovenant Village Rehab is an assisted living facility in Cincinnati, OH. Covenant Village Rehab offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.
Being able to chat with other residents becomes an important part of many peoples' lives and Covenant Village Rehab offers common spaces indoors to support that need. The benefit of living in an assisted living community is that making meals can be costly and time consuming process so Covenant Village Rehab provides meals for residents.
Staff is awake and available 24 hours a day so if any emergencies occur no matter the time, there will be someone ready to help. Making sure residents with diabetes monitor their insulin levels is clearly an important task and Covenant Village Rehab can help with that task. If a resident needs assistance moving from a bed to a wheelchair, this facility has staff who can help.
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Average Room Pricing at Covenant Village Rehab
Room Type Assisted Living Studio 1 Bedroom Semi-Private 2 Bedrooms
Estimated Fees at Covenant Village Rehab
Fee Type Assisted Living Community Fee Respite Fee Buy-In Fee High Care Needs Fee Medium Care Needs Fee Low Care Needs Fee 2nd Person Fee
Paying for careCommercial InsurancePrivate paySocial SecuritySeparate pricing structure for careVeteran's benefits
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They were ok.....reviewed on: 03/28/2014 by Family Member
They were ok, except she wanted to be out and around people, but they kept her in her room and in her wheelchair. She would push the wheelchair with her feet and they would put a cushion under her so her so her feet didn't reach the floor, and she wouldn't be able to get around. We didn't get to see the therapy personnel until 3 weeks after she was admitted, and then we didn't hear from them again. Communication with the staff was not so great.
Gem in our backyardreviewed on: 06/27/2016 by Anonymous
This is the third time my father has been admitted to Civenant. The facility is immaculate and it's so nice to have this right in out community. There were no beds on the day hairs of his discharge from the hospital following surgery. The staff at CV were able to place him in a long term care bed for 24 hrs until a bed opened up on the short term care side. The rooms a re spacious and the shower and bathroom in the room are truly barrier free and oversized. They a planning for the facility outfitted each room with ample closet space as well as a mini fridge that is fantastic in its design as well as a counter and large drawer unit. There is also bistro table and chairs. The room is such that fm or visitors don't feel crowded even for in room meals or visits. There is a large dining room as well as several smaller dining rooms that you can use for parties or large fm gatherings. Public spaces also include a living room and library, a chapel, as well as small seating areas located near groups of patient rooms. This is a nice place for visitors to step out to if the patient is in need of some privacy for assessments or things Like Toileting. The therapy space is beautiful and you can tell a lot of thought went into its design. There are also 2 therapy pools that have floors which drop down so that the pt cane wheeled right into that pool thus avoiding steps, ramps or chairlifts. The building is also built around outdoor courtyards which is nice - weather permitting. CV staff are the icing on the cake. Each we encountered has seemed to truly love the work that they do. That's something that can't be faked. Keep up the good work and thanks on the part of my Dad for all that you do!
Do your homework on this facilityreviewed on: 12/14/2016 by Anonymous
DO your homework on this facility. I read many reviews and decided to give Covenant a shot. The building is new and clean which is appealing. The on floor staff is friendly and forms nice relationships with the residents. The major problem is when health matters arise and the upper management/staff are informed there is lack of action. The Dr only sees your loved one once a week for mere minutes. Test results and medication approvals are delayed causing major unnecessary medical complications. Please read each review please discuss with your family Dr. Huge decision and I regret terribly the added medical issues this facility caused my loved one.
need more staffreviewed on: 08/13/2015 by concerned family member
They are very short staffed. Residents seem to stay in their room most of the day. Place would be soo much better if they were staffed correctly. Friend had family member in there two years ago. Same problems today as two years ago. Why?
Pretty placereviewed on: 11/13/2017 by Mary
I was a patient in the rehab side of the facility. The place is clean and beautiful. The food was awful but I hear they have a new chef and it has greatly improved. Thats the good. Now for the bad: it is impossible to get help and all you get is excuses from the nurses upto the Director of Nursing. I had knee surgery and could not get help to go to the bathroom. After 40 minutes I went to the bathroom myself. I fell in the bathroom and could not get up. I pulled the emrgency cord to get help. No one came. After more than an hour on the floor, I dragged myself out and to the bed. My daughters tried calling to the DON but she would nor return their calls. My daughter finally walked in her office when she saw the DON laughing with the ADON so she figured they wernt having an important meeting. The DON never appologized. She just said that shouldnt have happened. I also could not get my pain meds until late at night on the first day I got there. The nurse aides said we told the nurse, the nurse said the doctor has not sent us the okay. My doctor said they did said the okay then the ADON said well were waiting for our facilities doctor to give the okay. Later I found out that was a total lie. Doctors just need an okay from your doctor. Since then my granddaughter worked at the therapy department (they are not employeed by Covenant Village). She said the help the place is poorlt run, especially the rehab side. They have so much trouble with patients getting thwir pain meds that Mercy will no longer send their patients there. Too bad. If management was in bettwr handa maybe it would be a good facility.