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Overall Rating 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Connie Tyson ★★★★★ a month ago

    Wow - I am amazed at that really negative review. My husband received care both at home and in the facility and I have nothing but the utmost gratitude and respect for the staff. They were truly a godsend and I don't know how they could have done any more.

  • Dane Edwards ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    My father has just been released from care with this organization and I can't say enough negative things about transitions. They basically signed my life over to take care of my father without my permission. The social worker Denise did this without my Consent over a week ago now. I am visiting my father who is ill from California and can only take so much time off to help unfortunately. All these people do is dump pills and medicines at you and expect you to do everything yourself! This type of behavior is insane and should be illegal. I'm not a licensed medical professional. I highly suggest you don't let your loved one get care from these people.

  • Pack Mom ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    We were able to keep my parents at home for over a year with the assistance of loving caregivers and the caring and supportive nurses and other staff of Transitions. It was always their wishes to pass at home and they did. Almost 2 weeks to the day after being married for 74 years.

  • Sara Newland ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    If I could give less then one star I would. I have had a horrible experience with this place. No response on evening or weekends or when things are the worst and you need to find out why your loved one is hallucinating and can't not urinate after they made him take water pills that morning. However if the family is not right on the phone or traveling 750 miles every time they don't want to deal with what they are being paid to d, They turn irate and very judgemental. They flat out told me I should move my father up to facility near me and the sooner the better. They have threatened to put my father in a nursing home, which he does not want, if I did not get there and stay with him and make him put his feet up, sleep in his bed, and take his medication. I could go on with dozens more horrible things they have said about my father or myself. It is just Shameful.... I would never recommend this place to anyone. I think if your loved one is in hospice a few days you will love this place but any hospice care beyond that and they really don't want to be helpful.

  • Larry McGee ★★★★★ 9 months ago

    We just experienced the care provided by Transitions folks with a family member who recently passed away. Not only was the care compassionate, but the staff members clearly listened and were also alert. This alertness extended to a careful checking of medications. Our family has seen various hospice providers in action and what we saw was excellent.

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