Anthem Lakes

905 Assisi Ln, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233

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About the community Anthem Lakes

Anthem lakes is an assisted living community located in Atlantic Beach, Florida. We welcome up to 119 residents aged 55 years old and older. Our purpose-built community was constructed in 2016, and has since been providing residents with specialized care to meet every aspect of their day-to-day needs. In addition to offering assistance with activities of daily living, we host regularly scheduled off-site trips and experiences. We want residents to have access to everything they need, both inside and outside of our community. We don’t expect you to move in without your furry companion, so we allow pets such as dogs and cats in private rooms. Loved ones are able to visit you with ease by taking advantage of our free guest parking. If you’d like to learn more about what Anthem Lakes can do for you, contact one of A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors!

Community Services

We provide a restaurant-style dining experience with a personal chef and kitchen staff who prepare three meals each day. In addition to proper nutrition, we have specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical well-being. Our community offers a healthy living program to promote cognitive, dietary, and physical health, helping to...

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Senior Living Options Offered

Assisted living
Memory care
Independent living

Pricing for Anthem Lakes

Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.

Base fees by room type

Studio
Starting at
$XXXX
/mo
1 Bedroom
Starting at
$XXXX
/mo
2 Bedrooms
Starting at
$XXXX
/mo
Semi-Private
Starting at
$XXXX
/mo

*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Amenities at Anthem Lakes

Health Care Services

Diabetic care
Memory care
Incontinence care
Ambulatory care
Medication management

Staffing & ancillary services

Hospice available on-site
Doctor
Podiatrist
Dentist

Meals & Dining

Meals provided
Anytime dining
Guest meals
Professional chef

Room Amenities

Wheelchair accessible showers
Bath tubs
Respite or short term stays offered
Wi-fi/high-speed internet
Kitchenette
Ground floor units

Community Amenities

Memory care services

Wander guard or similar system available
Secured community
Designed specifically to accommodate memory loss
Memory care only community

Transporation & parking

Resident parking available
Complimentary transportation
Transportation at cost
Property convenient to public transit

Common areas

Outdoor common areas
Indoor common areas
Main street shops
Indoor atrium

Services

Beautician
Housekeeping
Laundry service / drycleaning

Pets

Cats allowed
Dogs allowed

Primary language spoken by staff

English

Recreational areas

Arts and crafts center
Fitness center
Game room
Golf course or putting green

On-site dining options

Bar or pub
Café or bistro
Private dining room

Activities

Devotional activities on-site
Devotional activities offsite
Visiting chaplain or priest
Art classes

Reviews for Anthem Lakes

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Cleanliness

3.0

Care services

2.8

Staff

5.0

Meals & dining

5.0

Activities

2.8

Value for cost

3.0

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4.5
September 8, 2021
Diann - Child of resident/client
Lovely Place for Your Loved One if Price Isn't a Deal Breaker

It is a lovely community with good sized rooms. It is a nice place with well cared for grounds. The fees were a little more than we expected. Anthem Lakes is a community that is on the newer side and has been around for about 5 years.


5.0
August 8, 2021
Alex S - Child of resident/client
Best Care in Jacksonville

My grandmother enjoys every part of living at Anthem Lakes. She participates all her favorite activities, has friends, and her independence. The staff offers the best care and go above and beyond to fit her needs. The facility offers specialist so she doesn't need to leave for doctors appointments. They accepted her insurance with ease. They always keep in contact with us about the small details. Anthem Lakes is beyond accommodating and the staff is very qualified. It has everything a town offers on one campus.


0.5
November 13, 2020
SophiaKing - Loved one of resident/client
No RN’s on staff

Because there are no RN’s on staff, there was a lot of theft of medications (especially diabetic medicines). Also, residents get billed for services they never received.


5.0
June 17, 2020
Anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Verified Review
Anthem Lakes

The community is very clean and most of the staff is very good. The only thing is that there are no RNs on staff. The community itself doesn't provide my father much assistance, although that is primarily because he has an outside nurse come in and take care of his medications and such. The activities director does try, however, my father does not much like the activities they put on just based on his own preferences. Definitely worth the price as the care they are providing my father is very good. They clearly love my dad and are so kind to him, which we really appreciate that.


0.5
January 10, 2020
Mrs X - Loved one of resident/client
Very poor facility based on experience

Very disappointed in this ALF. Mom lived here for 2 years. It was good when there were few residents, however as management, chef & employees left and it became more populated, care was sacrificed to a great extent. The place began to smell as residents were left in soiled clothes, laundry was done on a “quick wash” leaving it smelly and still soiled. Food was the equivalent to a truck stop, with breakfast being the only satisfactory meal. Lunch & dinner were heavy, dry pasta, meat, potatoes & bread with a few soggy vegetables. Fruit, when available was canned peaches, pears or fruit cocktail. It was not a menu that the elderly would choose, had they the ability to do so. There are also functional obsolescences throughout the facility. The bathrooms are so small it is nearly impossible to accommodate a wheelchair. There is no protection from weather when taking a resident from the memory care facility and no automatic doors that stay open while maneuvering a wheelchair. The dining area is too small to accommodate full residency so some residents are put alone in common areas to eat. The staff quickly puts residents in their rooms to “nap” even if they don’t “nap” after lunch, I assume in an effort to keep the common area uncrowded. There are just too many negative issues to address. Management is confrontational and quick to threaten expulsion hen issues are raised. Do yourself and your elderly loved ones a favor and avoid Anthem Lakes.


0.5
November 19, 2019
R Fleisch - Loved one of resident/client
Verified Review

Sadly, Anthem Lakes has proven to be a substandard experience. Those entrusted with the care of my 90 year-old mother have failed on many accounts. After 5 months in residence, my fall-risk mother was unaccompanied while walking around fully-dressed at 4 am while caregivers apparently slept. When she returned to her room alone, she fell & shattered her femur, requiring extensive surgery and was officially an invalid, never to walk again. Mom soon began having seizures when returning to Anthem Lakes, from rehab, and needed to be admitted to Hospice or be moved to a nursing home. Three months after the above experience, DCF was brought in as she was solidly bruised from both hands up to her elbows; her skin then began to tear. Nobody on staff noticed or had a clue what was happening to her as I continted to inquire. When I continued to press, It was discovered by the “best employee ever” on staff, that a male night-shift employee was being “rough” with her as she was “ uncooperative “ when being checked during the night; I was terrified that she was being abused and she could not remember and express her experience as she has Alzheimer’s. This abusive employee was suspended during the investigation but was allowed to come back following its conclusion. The “best-ever” employee was subsequently fired for a ridiculous reason. Although I wished to move Mom to a more responsible facility I felt my hands were tied and I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t want her to end up in a nursing home nor could I afford an additional on-site caregiver. I continued to visit daily to keep an eye on her, although a couple hours daily only showed that she was being left in soiled clothing. I would continually ask staff to remedy the situation & became a sort of burden for asking them to take care of Mom although I paid in excess of $5,000 per month for care. Strike 3 was when Moms teeth began falling out. Upon going through her always locked supply cabinet, I discovered several full tubes of toothpaste and realized they weren’t having her brush her teeth which she would gladly do if given a toothbrush w/toothpaste. There were also dozens of “sponge sticks” in her cabinet. Upon contacting management regarding her teeth rotting & falling out, I was told that “brushing teeth doesn’t guarantee you won’t get cavities”. Now totally appalled, I knew I had to get her out of there but wasn’t sure how. She was one of the first 3 residents there, had been there over 2 years and things had become tense & crowded during that time. There was not room in the dining room for all residents and care had severely declined. I gave 30 days notice on [date removed], hoping to move her to a new facility being built, however my own life was very busy and 30 days went by. On [date removed] I received a registered letter from Anthem Lake’s attorney notifying me they had a waiting list and telling me to sign & return the letter to cancel my notice to move. I didn’t sign it, received no other communication, other than 2 days later when I received an eviction notice, giving me 45 days to move my mom OR ELSE. I attempted to call the Exec Dir for further information ( as I had given several 30-days notices prior to being able to move into the newly- constructed Anthem Lakes without being evicted. Nobody returned my calls so I emailed, and included the owner in my request for info. The exec dir responded and said the eviction letter was self-explanatory and that residence was on a 30-day basis. I began to press the new facility for a move-in date. It turns out that The nursing dept at Anthem Lakes told the new facility that Mom was combative and had behavioral issues, which was not true, but the new facility rejected Mom due to this. When I contacted the owner at Anthem Lakes regarding the rejection, they stated that they absolutely would not extend Moms residency. Luckily I had her on a waiting list at another facility and was able to move her. I had never expected an ALF that claims to have a passion for the elderly would threaten to put someone’s loved one out on the curb or have the state come & get them because they had a waiting list. Upon completing the move I began alerting others through public forums of the poor treatment received by Anthem Lakes management & owners. Immediately I was contacted by the facility owner, threatening me with legal action for defamation & slander. I informed him that I would no longer be intimidated by his threats and would tell my story in an effort to help others avoid the heartache I have endured by trusting Anthem Lakes with the care of my mother.


0.5
November 4, 2019
anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Did not have a positive experience with this ALF.

Anthem Lakes is not recommended if your elderly loved one requires any type of "care". The caregivers are not CNAs and many are there only to earn a paycheck. I have personally witnessed these "caregivers" tormenting residents and calling them by condescending phrases rather than by their names. Management is confrontational and does not accept ownership of issues within the facility nor do they care to make improvements. The "memory care director" is a 20-something year-old with no nursing experience or degree in nursing and she doesn't appear to like the elderly very much. Until my loved one passed I was afraid to leave a review due to fear of retaliation against them.


5.0
August 23, 2019
Anonymous - Toured community
We are moving to Anthem Lakes

What a beautiful place , very nice staff and the people living there were friendly too. We had looked at several others before this visit and we are most pleased with Anthem Lakes and what they offer. Just a different feel.


5.0
July 21, 2019
Anonymous - Toured community

Clean, nice, small studio is tight; larger studio nicer. Staff very knowledgable and friendly, good interaction with residents. Downside is cost.


3.0
September 11, 2018
Anonymous - Toured community

Apartments are much smaller than we could accept.


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