Valley Stream, New York 2021-05-07 21:04:08 –
Berton, South Carolina (WSPA) – Due to lack of staff and support, the manager of the Rocky River Baptist Residential Assisted Living facility said it needed to be closed immediately. However, some residents and their families have told us that they are expecting more than five days of notice.
Pedestrians are pushed out and oxygen cylinders are stored. This is all part of a major shift in the Rocky River Baptist Residential Assisted Living facility.
In recent months, Dwayne Dub’s mother has called home. He told us, she made a lot of good friends there and liked the facility.
“Many caregivers and stuff like that were very kind to her and everything went well here,” said Dwayne Dub, whose mother lived in the facility.
Now she is heading to her new home. The pigeon said it was notified on May 5 that the Rocky River would be closed in 5 days.
“Some people have been around for 10-12 years, but suddenly they are uprooted and put in a different environment,” Dub said.
According to a DHEC spokesperson, state law requires these facilities to notify the state health department within 10 days of closure and plan to relocate residents. The spokesman told Seven News, that’s what this facility did.
But Dub believes that the law should require longer notices that give residents more time to find new homes.
“If you run such a facility, you have to give enough notice to find a place for people to stay, in order to find a place for people to live,” Dub told us. ..
Rocky River admins told 7 News that all resident placements were found. Moreover, they hope that this closure is not eternal.
The pigeon also said it paid May rent just days before being notified of the closure. The facility manager said that the resident and his family will be refunded within two weeks starting next week.
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