I feel kind of silly asking this since it seems the answer should be obvious but ...
We’ve been on the waitlist of a lively AL facility for years so that when the time comes it will be easier to get a room. We’ve got long term term insurance that hopefully will help us pay for this.
For explanation, it doesn't interfere with them ... they just contact the people underneath us when there's a vacancy and we stay where we are.
The question is that they have a facebook page and are frequently advertising for various openings ... no nurse aide positions tho that I've seen so far but the receptionist opening did list nurse aide duties ... which I think is odd.
What I wonder about is turnover ... chef (that may give an idea of what it’s like since they're not saying cook), management. So I'm wondering why.
It seems that if the place is as nice as it looks, outside and inside, that people would want to stay tho it may be movement in the company structure as the company owns several facilities.
I know care facilities have big turnover in aides but I question turnover in management.
Perhaps someday when we’re closer to needing to move I should look into respite care for a few days.
Has anyone else noticed anything like this and what are some opinions.