Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living

( 62 Reviews)
Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living
3154 S State Rd 135
Greenwood, IN 46143

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 24 Hours
  • Tuesday: 24 Hours
  • Wednesday: 24 Hours
  • Thursday: 24 Hours
  • Friday: 24 Hours
  • Saturday: 24 Hours
  • Sunday: 24 Hours

Chamber Rating

4.1 (62 reviews)
46
2
0
0
14

About

Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living is located at 3154 S State Rd 135 in Greenwood, Indiana 46143. Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living can be contacted via phone at (317) 535-3344 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   (317) 535-3344

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

What is the phone number for Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living?

The phone number for Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living is: (317) 535-3344.


Where is Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living located?

Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living is located at 3154 S State Rd 135, Greenwood, IN 46143


What days are Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living open?

Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living is open:
Monday: 24 Hours
Tuesday: 24 Hours
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 24 Hours
Saturday: 24 Hours
Sunday: 24 Hours


How is Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living rated?

Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living has a 4.1 Star Rating from 62 reviewers.


Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 24 Hours
  • Tuesday: 24 Hours
  • Wednesday: 24 Hours
  • Thursday: 24 Hours
  • Friday: 24 Hours
  • Saturday: 24 Hours
  • Sunday: 24 Hours

Aspen Trace Family-first Senior Living Reviews

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 62 Reviews)
46
2
0
0
14
Write A Review
Jacalyn King
Jan 6th, 2022

I don’t even like leaving one star but it makes you touch one unfortunately. This 5 star Facility is a huge joke and extremely understaffed. Worse facility I have ever come across. My Aunt came to the rehab department the end of Nov of 2021. The day I dropped her off a rehab nurse came out to my car to get her. The lady was very unfriendly and so was the front desk lady. I had to leave and get back to work so I left. My aunts phone had died and I couldn’t get a hold of her to check on her. 5 hrs later she called to tell me that she had sat in her wheelchair for 4 hrs after just having hip surgery. The staff said oops we didn’t know you was here. My aunt has pancreatic issues and has a special diet that she told the nurses and dietary about numerous times. They never listened to her and kept sending her food she couldn’t have. I brought her in groceries to supplement because of the small portions and foods she couldn’t eat. Her food was always ice cold and the room smelled like tuna. We finally realized it was the mop that smelled so bad housekeeping never changed it. The trash was over flowing with trash and room was messy each time I visited which was 4x week at least. Her pump to suction her hip infection out , broke several times and they wouldn’t replace it in a decent amount of time causing the infection to get worse. She constantly ran out of her meds and would go days without it. I contacted the floor unit manager and dietary manager but nothing was ever resolved. I just kept bringing her groceries to her so she wasn’t starved. Her call light would go off for over 30min and her pic line was hanging out her arm, I had to go find somebody and tape it myself because they never returned to do it themselves. They have 1 ply toilet paper and I had to buy her toilet paper because she had blisters from wiping. I went to find a nurse one day because I needed let out the facility. The girl was ignoring the call light eating Cheetos dressed in pajamas pants and a hoodie. Two other girls were also dressed like that. How unprofessional the residents deserve to know who’s coming in and out there room. My aunt has been sick all of December complaining and hasn’t recieved any medical care from a doctor and today she was vomiting, diarrhea, extremely dehydrated, crying in severe pancreatic pain from all the wrong foods they have served her. I took her to the hospital and JMH has admitted her. She has extremely high creatine kidney levels, pancreatic attack, severe dehydration all because of the lack of care that she has received in the 6weeks she has been at Aspen Trace. Do not take your loved ones here this place is a joke. She was in better health when she arrived then she is now. Explanation: I’m livid and disgusted with this place


Randi Smith
Aug 15th, 2021

Love working at Aspen Trace! They are a wonderful Cardon building. Employees and management genuinely care about their employees and provide the absolute best care for the residents. Thank you for the beautiful flowers.


Jessica Ehler
Aug 13th, 2021

Aspen Trace is a beautiful building. The staff all truly care about each and every single resident. It is a well cared for facility.


Julie Hammons
Aug 8th, 2021

Aspen Trace is an awesome place to work. They ensure that the residents receive the highest quality of care possible. Staff work together as a team and it is a tight knit family environment. The residents have so much to teach us as we learn about their past and we get to know their family as well. I can’t say enough about how much Aspen truly cares about putting smiles on the residents faces everyday ! Always a pleasure to come to work!!!


Jeraele Blane
Aug 6th, 2021

Aspen Trace is the best place in Indiana for your family. All the staff is very compassionate and incredibly smart. I appreciate everything they do!


Load More Reviews

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 62 Reviews)
46
2
0
0
14
Write a Review
YOUR RATING:
Please Choose A Rating
Please Enter Your Name
Please Enter A Valid Email Address

People also Viewed

  • 895 Cypress W
    Greenwood, IN 46143 | (317) 889-0963
    ( 0 Reviews)
  • 838 U.S. Hwy 31 N #840, Ste M
    Greenwood, IN 46142 | (317) 881-0086
    ( 253 Reviews)
Start Driving Online Leads Today!
ChamberofCommerce.com
Loading