2715 Charleston Pike Jeffersonville, IN 47130

Care Provided: Personal Care, Personal Care Memory Care

Riverbend Assisted Living Jeffersonville IN

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Riverbend offers personal care living and memory care and has knowledgeable staff members that tailor care plans to individual resident needs. Riverbend works hard to provide an environment for their residents that is physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally stimulating.

Services include: 24-hour staffing, care plans tailored to individual needs, regular personal care assessments, medication administration, escort and transfer assistance, bathing, dressing and grooming assistance, incontinence care, standby shower assistance, early stage or mild dementia care, wellness, walking, balance and exercise classes, recreation and entertainment programming, 24-hour access to licensed nurses, and access to a choice of home health agencies (for assisted living residents).

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Amenities at Riverbend

  • Activities On and Off Campus
  • Devotional Services Offsite
  • Indoor and Outdoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Beauty Salon on Campus
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Pets Accepted
Community Staffing
  • Visiting Podiatrist
  • Doctor on Call
  • Visiting Speech Therapist
  • Visiting Dentist
  • Visiting Physical Therapist
  • Nurses on Staff 24/7
  • 24-Hour caregivers
  • Visiting Occupational Therapist
Payment Options
  • Medicare – No
  • Medicaid – No
  • Veterans Benefits – Yes
  • Long Term Care Insurance – Yes
  • Subsidy – No

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Reviews of Riverbend

Staff will make you wear a mask while theirs are hanging off one ear or down on the chin. Residents will lie and say you cannot park in a handicap spot or they will straight up insult your daughter about how she is dressed!!read more
21:28 06 Oct 22
They put me on the street for trying to get them to understand what they were saying was wrong. I stood up for myself when I knew I was right and my sobriety didn’t mean anything to them then. If you want to go live off corn dogs and hot pockets and be talked to like a child then this is the place for you.read more
Britt Snodgrass II
07:29 15 Sep 22
All the staff go out of their way to accommodate my mother's needs not just yearly but daily. Very clean facility. Never worry about my mom's care or meals or meds...worry free! Maintenance is extremely prompt on all issues. I appreciate all the extra care and going out of their way. Most appreciated.read more
Tine Alvey-J
21:31 19 Jan 22
Love the Magnolia Trails Program.
Tana bolus
13:28 18 Jun 21
Dan Fink who has given a great review for a place that he was the administrator for at the time. Wow. LowI am one of those people as well. I will leave it there. What I refuse is knowing what the truth is vs what is actually being told about I don’t want to be lied to or about just as I would not do that to anyone myself so I just expect to be treated with the same and that being truthful about me. TIA.read more
Robin Ann (Rattitude20)
23:59 29 Mar 21
Perhaps, things have changed.... My wife and I placed her step mother, afflicted with dementia, in this facility in November of 2019. Given the negative reviews, we weren't inclined to even visit the facility, but we did. Most families have few options and that's our situation. But we didn't observe any of the offenses documented in other reviews. That's not to say they aren't accurate. The comment from "Elizabeth G" about the courtyard might be true as we didn't see one. And as for the events, we observed movies, a church service, several meals and an evening of bingo. Of course, most of the residents, including my mother-in-law, don't benefit from the events due to their condition. In speaking with the staff, everyone has been professional and friendly. We live 600 miles from Riverbend, and have only been there five times since November. However, since Christmas, we've hired my niece, a nurse, to visit weekly for checking up. She would generally concur with this positive assessment and my mother-in-law seems to be happy and enjoying her new neighbors, even if she can't (sadly) remember names.We did visit other facilities and the only thing where Riverbend is a bit lower than their competition is cosmetic. Many areas could use new paint, wallpaper and carpet. But the little kitchen and bathroom are in fine condition and the housekeeping staff do a fine job. We also found the rent to be competitive.All this to say that maybe some of the negative reviews of the past are worth ignoreing.read more
Robert Stuber
16:36 12 Mar 20
Daniel Fink
06:13 22 Sep 19
ConnieLee Brown
18:23 16 Apr 19
Staff is very rude and not helpful at all.
Tony Green
19:42 24 Mar 19
Be aware when it comes time to place a family into a care facility. My sister and I did our research. We toured the faculty. We talked to family member of previous residents(most from many years ago)When we met with them we were told of all the wonderful activities to keep their minds active. Of the lovely courtyard where they could enjoy some fresh air and they even sometimes planted flowers.After she moved there, what I saw was very little I interaction with the residents by staff. The staff sit in a room and observe the residents through a glass wall, as if they were in a prison. They say there are activities all day for the residence to keep their mind active. This is not true. They have a calendar of events but these are frequently canceled.The say say they there a courtyard for the residents to enjoy and even garden. But it is almost always locked. When my mother would ask to go outside, they refused. Telling her that the didn’t have the staff to accompany her.They would give my mother a sleeping pill at 7 pm and put her to bed when the sun was still up. When I ask them to do that later in the evening, the response was “I will put it in her chart” but nothing changed. She was frequently up wandering at 2-3am because she went to bed too early. I ask that when there was actually an activity, for them to let her know and show her where to go. I again got “ we’ll put it in her chart”. But nothing changed.My mother constantly complained of being bored. Eventually she started having attention seeking behaviors. Instead of working with her to keep her entertained they wanted her medicated. I wrote an email to the management about my concerns regarding her care. I told them that they were not providing what we were promised before we moved Mom there. The response was they would look into it and get back to me. They never did. They gave medication, they insisted on, one day to work . When it didn’t they insisted(we initially refused) on sending her to a geriatric psych unit to adjust her medications. There her care was even worse. She only lived at Riverbend for 2 months.Before she moved to Riverbend she was physically fit and active for her age. She was always going to activities and exercise classes when she lived at Westminster. All her problems stemmed from Alzheimer’s. Which is why we moved her to a facility that specializes in memory care.Now we are burying her on Thursday.read more
Elizabeth G
14:51 25 Jun 18

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