“I as a resident of Landmark of Acadiana, I can say that this place is top of the line. It is beatifically decorated with various antiques, paintings and décor. There are two living areas (The Peacock Room and the Man Cave Room) and two porches for sitting outside with beautiful plants and a fountain.
Daily activities occur like bingo, pokeno and art’s & crafts. We have numerous celebrations throughout the year – Prom, Mardi Gras Parade, Cinco de Mayo, Halloween Party , a huge Christmas Party, along with many bands that perform for us. All of the staff are very professional and helpful to all of us. I would recommend this place to everyone.”
Ms. Munerra B.
Landmark of Acadiana is without a doubt, the finest retirement home and rehab facility there is from the Administration Dept., Physical Therapy, Nursing Dept. down to Dietary Dept. I am there daily to visit with my mom so I see the care that is given. The Activity Dept. is second to none. Never a dull moment – the residents are engaged all the time! The Activity ladies do a fantastic job!
The rooms and bathrooms are private – which is a major plus. The beauty salon is top notch. If you live in the area, you should really check out the facility. My mom loves living at Landmark of Acadiana!
Ms. G. B.
“I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you and all the staff at Landmark of Acadiana just how much it means to me & my family that our Mother is a resident there and is being so well cared for.
She has been a resident since July of 1998. I do have 3 siblings that live in Louisiana but one sister lives in Texas and I live in Alabama. Knowing that our Mother is at your facility has lessened our worries.
Through the years Mom has had issues but in every case the nurse on duty has called me to advise us of her issue and discuss her treatment. Even in hurricane season, the facility has plans if evacuation is required and I am advised. As I live in Alabama, this is really a comfort to me that she is in such good hands.
Mom doesn’t talk much any more due to the advancement of her Alzheimer’s, but I recall vividly one occasion shortly after the State came to the facility, when she said “they came to ask me questions. They asked where would I live if I didn’t live here? I told them: Why would I live anywhere else? This is my home!
I was a happy daughter that day because I knew that she was happy.”