Peak winning/mentor facility! They do tons of activities with the residents and everyone works together as a team! Management is so involved and welcome to any suggestions! They have a mentor program and each unit has team leaders! They sit and eat with their residents and it is a home like environment.
There are so many chances to use my experience, knowledge and skills to meet the needs of people I work with, who can then be more effective to meet the needs of residents. Every employee can be involved in decision-making if they want to. The management really try to help employees feel at home and enjoy their job. There are ways to learn more and earn more. I'm happy to be part of an organization with a great reputation and purpose!
The culture of this facility is wonderful. Very resident centered. It is a not for profit facility which is awesome! Management is great and I like the family work environment. They are flexible with my schedule as I have school aged kids that have activities I need to leave early to be at. They have a day care on the campus. I really enjoy the job and the residents. Please don't read the reviews for the other pleasant view that is in Iowa. State is not here all the time, our last survey was zero and I am proud to be a part of a great team!!!!!
This place doesn’t have insurance! Your over worked. It’s understaffed. Residents to employees is 30 to 2. Sometimes there isn’t a nurse so the CMA is in charge. Use to be the best nursing home a few years ago when it was a different person in charge but now it’s in the bottom 2. They don’t show their ratings. Still use the one from years ago. Always get state called in.
Lots of hours if thats what you want
No insurance, low pay, bad management, over worked
Pleasant View Home is one of a handful of Mentor Homes in the state of Kansas. They have been a leader in the person center manner of taking care of the residents who call the life planned community home.
Although days are long, and the work is hard, the residents made everyday worth while. I am a huge advocate for the elderly population. As such, this job is very important, there just aren't enough CNA's anymore.