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About Kiva at Canterbury
We take senior living seriously, that’s why Kiva at Canterbury has a designed plan. We offer services and amenities that keeps our residents healthy and happy. We are a private, peaceful property located in Bonita Springs. Residents appreciate the short distance to local attractions, activities, and events. Bonita Springs Also has sufficient medical resources for seniors who have additional health needs.
The programs offered here at our community can make a huge difference for you and your family. We create a positive atmosphere that will improve you or your loved one’s perspective and the amount of enjoyment they get out of each and every day. Families are always excited because of the relationships we build improve every resident’s quality of life.
Kiva at Canterbury Assisted Living
The assisted living services provided at Kiva at Canterbury are tailored to fit each individual lifestyles. Residents enjoy a secure independent lifestyle with help when they need it.
We designed our floor plan that offers a little bit of everything for our residents. Cozy suites and apartments that will have exactly what you need at Kiva at Canterbury. We can fit every need for most budgets. Our staff will free of the burden of worrying about things you don’t want to do so you can focus on what matters. Members of our staff are extensively trained to care for senior Bonita Springs residents and everything they need. We continually strive to assist our residents for the highest quality of life we can provide for them. Our chef and cooking staff at Kiva at Canterbury are driven to constantly deliver quality meals that are great tasting and nutritious. We strive to create memorable meals from fresh produce that help our residents reach their best health and wellness.
Kiva at Canterbury Amenities & Services
We offer seniors the latest amenities in comfort that they would enjoy in the comfort of their own homes. Multiple amenities are available for all residents. The staff here are fully trained, friendly and accessible. They will help your residents enjoy their stay with us.
Our trained staff helps our residents enjoy benefits that our facility offers, like Several services and other perks. As seniors age, they still want to feel independent and maintain a healthy lifestyle, and we help them do that.
Residents enjoy of a full schedule of social, educational and entertaining activities. Our structured program helps all residents maintain a high quality of life. Many of our activities encourage members to socialize and develop friendships with other residents. We make sure the activities are fun and entertaining.
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Kiva at Canterbury – Reviews
I saw firsthand how terrible they are to dementia patients. They blame dementia patients for everything that goes wrong, or goes missing and for every injury they sustain. I saw them try to "punish" my loved one for "bad behavior." Uh, she's 89 and has dementia?? This isn't a preschool. The cleanliness of the memory care side was always utterly disgusting. Feces on the floor of the dining room not cleaned up for hours. There was also a nurse who moved from facility to facility (should tell you something) who showed me a picture on her phone of another dementia patient resident who had put on a diaper as a halter top. This head nurse showed me the image, laughed at the poor woman sitting in a wheelchair, wearing a diaper as a shirt, and said "Don't tell anyone I have this, I'm not supposed to take photos of them.. you know, HIPPA/PIPA and all that." Well, I immediately stopped trusting her right then and there! Cindy Digman is fine in the beginning stages, but she WILL turn on you the minute your loved requires an iota of attention... or experiences prolonged hospital stays. Or god forbid "acts up." It's not like we paid you thousands of dollars a month to provide my loved one with special attention as well as medication, food, medical care, etc. Someone there (I can't know if it was staff or another resident) stole prepaid cellphones, a gold necklace & some art from my loved one. Of course, always blaming it on my loved one. Every time I'd arrive to pick them up for a visit (weekly) I'd have to go room to room to try and find their shoes. They told me that was their fault too. I finally gave up and just brought a pair with me every time. The staff physically pushed my loved one, they screamed at them, ignored them, left them outside one night... I really could go on. I'm glad that this place is nice for some people. I have a feeling those people's loved one's aren't on the "bad side" aka the memory care side. I'd be interested to see them take an impromptu tour of it. I recommend just asking one day to see the other side. Where you enter is the "good side," for higher functioning residents. It's brighter, cleaner, cheerier, more active... Look- i understand how difficult caring for several dementia patients must be. I only had one in my home, whom I loved immensely, and over the years it grew increasingly more difficult. But these aren't just some neighbors I left them with; these were professionals whose sole job was to provide CARE. Instead, both my loved one and I were both made to feel like we were a bother, an inconvenience, and were barely tolerated. If a weekly visit from a family member causes you that much consternation, it really makes one wonder WHY? What's going on over there that a sane person's presence is so annoying... are you worried what else we might witness? TL:DR- if your loved one can still care for themselves & are more independent, then this place might be okay for them. It's certainly one of the better price ranges in Naples/Bonita. (Or, at least it was.) But if your loved one has a personality or requires a bit more care/attention, I'd avoid this place unless you want to watch your loved one's spirit die from daily mistreatment. Please know I do not write or share any of this flippantly. And when Kiva changes their name eventually, like they all do to avoid the scrutiny of bad reviews, I'll reiterate my concerns. If I can save one person from dying alone here, my loved one's suffering & my learning the hard way won't be wasted. Hug you people tight.
I am an elder law attorney in Naples. When I am looking for a memory care community for my clients, I always consider Kiva. Kiva is a small and has a homey environment. The administrator, Cindy Digman is always involved and engaged with her residents. We don't have many problems, but if we do, we know that Cindy will be responsive and help- to solve any problem. You will not find a place with more heart than Kiva.
Cindy and team appear to provide a safe, clean, and caring place for many elderly patients. It is not an easy job so our thoughts are not only with our Aunt but all the workers who make her as comfortable as possible. Thank you.
My Mom has been a resident here for 3 years and there staff has been nothing but loving and caring toward my mother. Cindy the administrator has been wonderful she saved my Mothers life. Without this facility my family wouldnt know what to do.
Kiva at Canterbury is a quaint well-run Assisted Living Memory Care Community. The Administrator, Cindy Digman has held her position at Kiva for over 20+ years. Cindy as well as all of the Kiva staff are compassionate individuals who care for the residents as if they were caring for there own families. When an individual requires Memory Care it can be expected that this individual might exhibit some behavioral issues associated with the disease. Kiva at Canterbury will work with these individuals tirelessly to resolve issues. It is a home-like atmosphere where the residents feel comfortable and safe. and Families of the residents are also comforted to know that they can reach out to the Administrator, Cindy Digman, 24 hrs a day 7 days a week.
It became apparent in early July that I needed to find a Memory Care /Assisted Living residence for my 92 year old mom. Shes been living in Independent Living for 7 years but only because Im a retired RN and for the last 4 years, has been a participant in PACE (Program designed to keep the elderly in their own homes) who provided all her medical, social work, PT/OT, dietary needs. We looked into several places that PACE recommended and chose Kiva at Canterbury and Im so happy that we did! From Cindy the Administrator to Tariana a Med Tech (studying for her nursing degree), to Denny the Maintenance/Engineer, to the aides and dietary staff, everyone has been so kind & supportive of my mom and me & my family who visit her. My mom has dementia (nasty disease) and as is typical, has difficulty with changes to her day-to-day activities and environment. She said as she first walked into Kiva: It feels like home! (which amazed me). Cindy and her staff have created a home-like environment for their residents. Mom has flourished at Kiva! Im greatly relieved as shes now safe (residence is locked), monitored and well cared for (to minimize health risks) and receives good patient/resident care, meals and meds in a timely manner.
These people truly care and love the residents. The place is like a bed and breakfast. Home cooking, very clean and comfortable. We could not have found anyplace better for my Mom!
Its a good company
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Kiva at Canterbury Amenities and Services
- Multiple amenities
- Several services
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Kiva at Canterbury Housing and Staff
Living Types Available
- 24-Hour Staff
- Doctor on Call
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