St Agnes Home

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10341 Manchester Rd, KIRKWOOD, MO


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User Reviews

07/17/2017  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

Excellent facility! My friend's parents simply love it there. It is spoken of very highly by every member of the family, especially the parents themselves, which is the most important review you'll ever get!

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    01/14/2017  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

    I wish I could give St. Agnes Home a good review, but I can’t. They say their place is “warmed by His love,” but my experience and my mother’s experience there was anything but Christian. The Sisters seem to have lost the vision of what their real job is – to care for the residents. There are so many other senior living facilities in the St. Louis area; I would recommend looking elsewhere.

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    07/19/2015  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    This is an excellent home. A year ago the managers changed in Nursing, Dietary, Activities, and Administrator. The staff cares and are very approachable. Their survey was perfect. Very pleased.

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    09/16/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My family found this home. It was nearby and seemed to be the answer to what we wanted for our father. The Catholic Nuns were nice but they really don't have anything to do with the home. Their staff is poorly trained and often rude. My father was on a special diet. He never got the proper food and it required him to take additional insulin and heart medications. I complained but no one cared. We moved him to another home and he is better cared for, is happier and so are we. I can not recommend this home.

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    03/19/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Sadly my father just died at this home. We were promised great loving care. The staff acted like they didn't want to be bothered. The Sisters are very sweet but they are young women with no skills. This home is poorly run and people that live here are at risk. Check with the state of Missouri before bringing any loved one here. They have paid out a great deal of money due to lawsuits. There are good homes this is not one.

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    01/17/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I checked my Mom into this home. It was very stressful for her and the family. She was not there very long when they said they couldn't care for her and she would have to leave. They don't seem to know how to run their business. Was truly a mess for our family and really set Mom back.

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    Response: This home had an excellent Director of Nursing. When she was asked to leave in March of this year things went down hill fast. This person was there night and day. She knew all the residents and tried very hard to make sure everyone was cared for properly. I heard they made her leave because she was not catholic. That's just wrong. Anyway things have been bad since she left. You can look at these reviews and see what happened

    10/25/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My aunt passed away in this home a week ago. She had been a religious sister and a school teacher. She did not have much money but she was accepted to live in the home. She tried to offer helpful suggestions to improve the life of the others that lived there. She was ridiculed and treated very rudely Her mind was very sharp and she knew that the staff was making fun of her. It was terribly hurtful to spend her life in that situation. I bought her an electric scooter. It had a problem and would not work. It took them 8 months to fix it. There was no good reason for that to happen. They were cruel to her and I am sure others. When she complained they told her to leave, knowing she had no funds. Horrible place.

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    10/18/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My long time neighbor moved in to this place because he couldn't be alone anymore. He might as well of stayed at home. He fell several times because no one answered his call light at night. They were rude to him when he asked for help. They suggested he pay for a private duty person to care for him. He was paying them $7,ooo to do that. He is now at a Lutheran assisted living. They like him and he has his life back. This place just doesn't care they want money and no complaints.

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    09/05/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    We moved our friend from this home after residing there over a year. He was found at night wandering outside. No one seemed to watch him or care. I showed them a sheet on his bed covered with feces and they just said that happens sometimes. Poor attitude and staff that seems to be untrained. They do have mass everyday which he liked but sometimes they forgot to take him. People just act like they aren't interested.

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    08/16/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    As soon as my mother moved in they said she needed to be signed up for their hospice services. I wanted her back in the hospital . The hospice kept her drugged. She quit eating. Got pnumonia and was dead in two weeks. These people don't know how to care for older people. They are not monitored by the federal inspectors. Don't take any one here if you care about them. Read other reviews on here. Use a federally monitored home

    08/02/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    A nice home to visit but don't let them fool you. The staff is poorly trained but worse they are rude. They actually refuse to help people. The nurses probably have such low skills that they couldn't be hired in a good home. Ask to see the written documents from the state over the past two years. The state said they were unsafe and a threat to the residents. Run from this home. If your loved one is there--get out.

    05/31/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My blessed aunt lived in this home for many years. The only reason she was there was because it was a catholic home with nuns that lived there. She has just passed away recently. We tried to get her to move but she wouldn't. The care was just poor. I never saw a nun any place but their ads have nuns doing everything. Mass was at 7am. That is just too early for most people who live there but no one seems to care. I guess that is the additude I always felt. No one cares. It really should be an apartment complex instead of any type of nursing home. If you can't do for yourself-you are in trouble. Don't get me wrong there are some exceptions with a few nurses and caretakers but they are exceptions. It is too bad. It could be a much nicer place to live.

    05/15/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My aunt lived at this home for over a year. She just passed away. Things started out ok but the longer she was there the worse it got. The food was a big issue. She had diabetes. She never was given the type of diet she was supposed to have. She gave up and ate the wrong foods for her and took extra medicine. She was told by a manager that she could not buy anything with her own money because all that money had to pay for her room. She got very depressed over the way she was treated. When she complained she was told to move out. The staff seemed to not care. I see that others had this same experience.

    04/27/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My mother has lives at St. Agnes home for many years. I've had many aunts and uncles who called it home. In the decades that I've been visiting, St. Agnes really has felt like home. The Sisters consistently bring a peaceful and spiritual aspect to the residents. Words can't fully describe the joy that my Mother has as a resident of the community. And that peace makes our family happy to know that we too are part of the St. Agnes Community.

    04/22/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    We find the staff cheerful and the nuns go out of their way to assist where they can.

    04/22/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I have visited several homes in the St. Louis area, and some of them are very nice, but there is something special at St. Agnes Home. It has a peaceful feeling that is hard to describe. The residents are smiling and friendly, and seem genuinely happy to be there. The spiritual atmosphere seems to bond them in a unique way. I have seen staff members drop whatever they are doing and really go above and beyond to provide for residents' needs and desires. They genuinely care about the residents. It's like stepping into an oasis, or as I have heard the residents say, "a little bit of heaven."

    Response: Really? An oasis? Please!! I do agree with a little bit of heaven. A very little bit indeed.

    04/21/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Have a long association with this facility. Many families have placed multiple family members over the years. Many staff and Sisters know them because they have been there for many years. Excellent care and a commitment to their ministry.

    04/20/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    I have been associated with St. Agnes Home for over 25 years. Often have I heard visitors comment that there is a sense of peace that is palpable upon entering the Home. The residents are happy and content and buoyed by the very evident spiritual life of the Home. The employees are caring, concerned and competent - many of them are long time dedicatated employees. There is a true family spirit that reigns in this Home. It is the only place I would entrust my mother.

    Response: I agree with what you have said. It is better to keep your loved one in their own quarters with home heealth aids. This home may be quiet and a home like place but its more like a home where nobody is at home. Very uncaring staff. My Father got left on a toilet and fell off because the aid went to supper. I didn't even get a "sorry" from any one. They just act like that is an every day happening. Bad care.

    04/15/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    This is a very tidy home. There are no odors and it is kept clean. Everyone seems friendly. The problem is the nursing staff. They either are poorly trained or don't care. My mother moved in and was basically ignored. She had been taking care of herself at home but we thought she needed others around her for safety. We only kept her in this place a couple of months but while she was there she had many problems. She was given someone else's medicine twice. The second time it caused her blood pressure to drop so low that she fell and broke her shoulder. They were unwilling to provide her with a low salt diet. No one ever checked on her. No one seemed to care. We moved her back to an apartment She is happier, it's cheaper, and much safer.

    03/22/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:


    12/24/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Resident die becausr the nurse was sleeping and the patient took the weelchair and left and fell

    Response: The nurses were not sleeping. It was around 6:30AM in the morning. The nurses were getting up residents who wished to be up at that time. The resident was confused. The resident was one that they just got up, was in the wheel-chair, in the sitting area next to the entrance. The resdient was going to go to Mass at 7AM. (The sisters start to pick-up the residents around 6:40AM.) The resident was confused and accidently went out the entrace door. The nursing staff was right there, but the resident fell (like a child who gets injured while you are just one step behind him/her--watching it happen and gasping to stop it.) The resident was sent to the hospital, recieved IV Benadryl-- high dose for age-- and died. The resident did not die at the site-- only after being "cared" for at the hospital. The resident was very sweet and would not appreciate the slander-- untrue-- being passed around. The door now has a new security on it-- all of the doors do. The home is safer--and still inviting. Considering I know the story, there are not many that happen that way- otherwise I would not be able to name the ONE case-- which the door safety has been corrected.

    Response: The nurse was old enough to be a patient. She was totally incompetent and had her license taken away by the state. This could have been prevented by a staff that cared.

    Response: Well the patient might not have liked the slander BUT the family sued the pants off this home for the crummy care their that their mother received. It was a slam dunk. I think the family really would have rather had their mother than the huge amount of money they were given in court. Any one else should get their mom out before it happens to their family!!

    12/16/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Also have been to this home many times. I cannot express how much it feels like a home. I have spoken with a lot of residents during some volunteering in their activity department and the residents I have spoken with are truly content and have expressed this to me. Someone even told me, "I love it here. I just love it. Everyone should spend some of the last times of their life here. With all the Masses, activities, and the Sisters' presence, you feel like you are even closer to heaven."
    I took his opinion very highly. He has been there for several years already. This place is beautiful and clean. The ground are nice too.

    12/15/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Well, I just visited this home to see a Christmas play. I could not believe that this was a nursing home. It is like being in somebody's house. It is beautiful Very much like a home. No smell, beautiful furniture, very sweet people. I saw lots of families and kids. Just a place full of fun and the people that live there look like they are having fun and being very well taken care of by the staff. Looks like a winner to me.

    10/27/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    My husband was there for a year and a half. He loved everything about St Agnes. His death was a peaceful event for him because of the wonderful hospice there.

    10/21/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    A very nice place to work. Wonderful residents. Nice families. Very clean. The managers are very caring about what the workers need. They hire people from many countries and it is fun to learn other languages and customs. A very good place.

    Response: I am sure the staff is also happy you are gone

    Response: Our grand daughter goes to the daycare on that property. The sisters are school teachers not nurses. They are young and very kind to the children

    09/21/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Very unprofessional. I don't know where the skilled nursing comes in. My mom is immobile and she was in bed for over a week because of a broken body-lift. She was dirty and had bed sores. Most places would do something like rent one, but not "saint excuses!" 95% of their employees are very defensive and rude. Don't ask for help,one actually got in my face and was cursing me out. we commented on the smell one afternoon and one came around with room spray and said "no" it was ciggarettes" ( she saw me smoke outside) Then did it again and was talking about me in front of her supervisor! I know poop when I smell it. The level of care is very bad! My mom is so much better since we took her out of here.

    Response: I agree with your review!!!

    Response: This sounds rather unbelievable

    Response: Is this a Young family that does not know much about how things are done?

    Response: This is not a "skilled" nursing home.

    08/11/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Beautiful Home, Catholic facility not just in name but in practice, constant presence of the Sisters is much-appreciated by the residents, variety of activities, newly renovated and updated/recent addition and beautiful rooms. This Home just "feels" different when you come. It is the Love that makes this place a "Home away from Home" for many of the residents. I have spoken with many of the residents who love it there.

    Response: What place are you at? The sister's are rarely present except in the chapel!

    Response: This clearly was written by someone who works at St. Agnes.

    Response: What is with all the hostility? Guilt for putting a loved one in a home and not taking care of them yourself?

    Response: Duh, Catholic Sisters are not in anything for the money. They take a vow of poverty.

    08/06/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Uncaring toward residents. They are only it it for the money.

    Response: I am sorry if you have had a bad experience with St. Agnes Home. I do wish it could have been different for you. I am close friends with many of the residents there who attest that they love St. Agnes Home and the presence of the Sisters. I know each of the Sisters and I can attest that they dedicate their lives to serving God and their neighbor, those whom they serve. Having taken vows of poverty, it is impossible for them to be in it for the money. I know personally that they keep nothing for themselves. From my personal experience, they are extremely caring toward the residents. I'm sorry your experience proved to be different. I wish I could help.

    Response: I saw 1 nun in the new wing in 6 months. Where are all these caring nuns?

    Response: Uncaring sisters? I hope people don't believe this trash. The door to St Agnes is open. Go find out for yourself. Shame. Many people who live there live there for free. Wow feel sorry for those with hearts full of hate. Go to the St Agnes chapel and say a few prayers.

    Response: Guilt for putting a loved one in a home and not taking care of them yourself?
    What kind of comment is this? My Dad chose to go to St. Agnes. There was no pressure from me or other family members. He likes going to daily mass and praying the rosary and he wanted to be around others his own age. We didn't just dump him off! We visit him daily Yes, they are great when you can take care of yourself, but as soon as you need help their entire attitude changes.

    07/21/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Uncaring sisters, just in it for the money. Do not respect the elderly.

    Response: I have talked to a number of residents and they have expressed similar concern toward their own care. One woman told me, "Don't mess with the nun's...they will get you in the end." A man told me that he just wants to go to bed and cover his head and pretend this isn't happening to him.
    One of the reasons I chose St. Agnes for my Mom was because it was Catholic. Since they respect life before birth I thought they would respect life at the end of life. My Mom had to go to the bathroom and needed assistance. Someone finally came to her room 30 minutes later. When she expressed her concern about the delay they told her she should wear depends, so she could just pee in her pants and not worry about when help came. If that was happening to a child they would call that ABUSE!

    Response: How Sad!!!!

    Response: The people who live there for FREE are the priest!!!

    Response: I believe you are paying for your Mom to live there. If you don't like it and feel it is a bad place---why don't you move your Mom? I don't understand why you complain but do nothing. Isn't that really you abusing your Mom for leaving her in a place you don't think is treating her the right way?

    Response: Just saw this 5 year old comment. Yes, we did move our Mom and we found an excellent place that cared for her until she passed.

    Description of St Agnes Home in KIRKWOOD, MO

    Number of Beds : 150

    St Agnes Home concentrates on providing the right assisted living care and support to seniors in Saint Louis, MO. Assisted living communities provide a chore-free lifestyle and the support you or your loved one needs to maintain as much independence as possible. Living in a senior community has many advantages. Research suggests that seniors who live near their peers and have a variety of social activities feel a greater sense of well-being. With assisted living, you'll enjoy senior-friendly homes and a welcoming staff. Other services you'll find include around-the-clock supervision and security, access to professional nurses, emergency call systems, help with daily living, and nutritious meals prepared by chefs. These communities typically provide housekeeping, laundry, transportation, and a calendar of social events. Reside at St Agnes Home and enjoy a relaxing lifestyle, where residents can enjoy conversation and meet new friends. With a full range of assisted living services, and with a warm, friendly staff, seniors feel right at home. The help you'll find at assisted living communities is offered as necessary, with the goal of supplying the support services required to stay as self-reliant as possible. Find the ideal services and amenities you need to live comfortably at St Agnes Home.


    Demographic Profile for KIRKWOOD, MO, 63122


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    43.9 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    1% Above
    Cost of Food
    5% Below
    10% Below
    1% Below

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    12.4 / 100
    Water Quality
    60 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    10 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

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