Brookdale Anderson is a luxurious senior living community offering a wide range of senior services in Anderson, South Carolina. Our campus sits on 12 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, offering residents a peaceful and tranquil retirement experience. Just minutes from major interstates and within driving distance of Charlotte, North Carolina and Atlanta, residents and their families enjoy easy access to downtown Anderson as well as the amenities of larger city living. Anderson is proud to be an 'All American City' that is warm and welcoming, exuding southern charm.
At Brookdale Anderson, we offer a continuum of care services including independent living and assisted living, giving residents peace of mind that they can stay on our campus if needs should change. Our inviting atmosphere puts residents and their families at ease while our experienced and compassionate staff delivers quality care services that encourage independence.
Brookdale Anderson is a resort-like community that offers all the comforts of home. Services and amenities offered at our community include:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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.
Devotional Services Offsite
Devotional Services Onsite
Indoor Common Areas
Outdoor Common Areas
Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
Meals & dining
Value for cost
My father was admitted into Brookdale rehab . While he was functional, he was weak and needed assistance. I was amazed at this facility and not in a good way. The building itself is worn and showing age. The lighting is absolutely depressing, the walls need new paint and the overall atmosphere will do nothing for a patient's spirits. While my father benefitted from his physical therapy there , the rest of the experience was not good at all. I was constantly having to call directly to the nurse's station for basic things like taking him to the bathroom, helping him get dressed etc..... There is no communication whatsoever. Never once talked to the doctor even though I repeatedly asked for doctor to call and update me. I was FINALLY able to get my father BACK to the hospital after repeated pleas. And once he was admitted back to the hospital, the social worker at Brookdale called me to discuss his care plan & had absolutely no idea that he had been readmitted to hospital.
Response from Brookdale AndersonOctober 13, 2021
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During the six weeks our loved one was there, we had some circumstances that they really bent over backwards for us. Due to our loved ones health he was not able to be in assisted living so they made space for him in their skilled nursing. They were really good to us and very accommodating.
The community was clean. They had a tendency to lose sight of the residents needs once they are actually moved in. The food and activities were good. It was a better fit for those who are more mobile and steady as they had a lot of exposed roots outside so there was some fall risk we saw there.
Family member there during coronavirus and no communication after calling 4 times. I am a NP in large upstate hospital and we are calling family members about their love ones daily. Surprised with me being a provider no provider would call me. Terrible communication. Lots of problems with this facility. Physical therapy was good but that’s about it. Would not recommend this rehab facility.
My mom is in the Rehab part of Brookdale and there have been many times we have come in to find her in bed or in her wheelchair soaked from her urine and a puddle on the floor under her wheelchair. She is not allowed to get up to go to the bathroom herself and it takes them 20-60 minutes to even come into the room to see what she needs. We have found her asleep in her wheelchair where she has slept there all night and her legs were swollen. They didn't or don't check on them to see if they are in bed at night. One time i went to visit and was there for a couple hours and they had folded sheets on the bed but never made it up so she could lay down, I had to make it for her so she could get some rest. She has also gotten cookies or cakes with her meals that were stale/hard/dry. if you go into the back room where there is a TV and long table you will see several people in their wheelchairs asleep sitting up/hunched over and have been there for several hours as i see them when i visit my mo.
Support for aging parents is difficult and our journey with Mom’s stroke brought us here. Mom had a short stay at Brookdale as she came from a rehab in Anderson. She needed 24/7 monitoring and care before coming home as she continued physical therapy. The team at Brookdale was caring and throughtful on every level. Thanks especially to [name removed] and [name removed] who were so helpful and accommodating throughout each step of our journey.
Brookdale Anderson was a very pleasant and enviting community. The staff was very friendly. The residents seemed to be very active around the community. Overall it was a nice place.
love Brookdale, very nice and so much like home. signed up for the transition program today for mom. she can stay here up to 42 days at a special rate. I only wish mom could afford to live long term here. It's disappointing that they have no assisted living companion rooms so that it may be more affordable. If mom can transition to independent living here in the cottages that would be awesome! Only time will tell! Mean while I must keep searching for a place in assisted living that is in Anderson as nice as Brookdale and that's in our price range. These are important factors!
Everything is going just great for my loved one at Brookdale Anderson! The staff are very nice and the facility is very well maintained. My loved one also gets plenty of opportunities to socialize with other residents and participate in activities. She's very happy there, and we are too!
I toured Brookdale Anderson, but it was independent living, and my father did not qualify for independent living. This community was gorgeous, but it did not fit my father's needs.
My mother was in Brookdale Anderson for Rehab and they took pretty good care of her. They are highly understaffed, but they try to do the best they can. The discharge process was a nightmare, I was dealing with the nurses and I felt like some of the higher up people should have been the ones helping me. Having the nurses be the ones helping me was taking them away from administering medications or helping other patients. Those nurses those work their tails off. My mother did have good care, though.
I really did like Brookdale Anderson. The people were very sweet. I felt it was too big for my Aunt's who both grew up in a small town.
I have not had the best experience with this community. They need to improve their billing system. I had a set rate for my mother when she first moved into this community, but as time as gone one her price keeping raising every month. When I brought this to their attentions, they were not very good at handling the problem. If this continues I will have too consider a new community for my mother.
All is well for my sister here at this community. Everyone is very welcoming, and kind. The community looks great.
I placed a 91 year old in the independent living section. The staff is very friendly and goes out of their way to assist in all requests we have made. The independent living cottages look a little shabby on the outside, but nothing a coat of paint won't fix. The only other criticism I can offer is the lack of a wide variety of activities. The activities tend to be the same thing all the time. A better variety is in order. All in all, this is a great place for your loved ones, that offers everything they need to live independently. When the time comes it is a easy transition to more advanced care.
This community was very clean and well maintained, with lots of great amenities and features. The staff was all very kind and gave my loved one and I a lot of useful information during our visit. I have no complaints and would recommend this place.
The overall experience is good, however the sales staff and the medical staff are not always on the same page. Be careful with your loved one if they need anything more than basic care. The facility is not designed for anything more, and the staff is not trained to handle any more than basic care. Contact the regional nurse in charge of the facility and advise them of medical conditions, and there should be a better advice on whether the facility can care for your loved one.
I toured this community while looking into care options for a loved one. The facility was well kept and clean, and all of the staff I met seemed friendly and professional. However, it was also one of the more expensive places we saw. We ended up selecting another community, but this is somewhere I would have considered as an option for my loved one.
Our experience with Brookdale has been a very positive one so far. It's a nice looking place, and we really appreciate how accommodating they were when it came to the pricing and letting us get things set up with them before the lease with his previous community expired.
They did a great job overall at Emeritus at Anderson Place, they took very good care of my loved one. It was a clean, well kept community, and the staff all seemed very friendly and made my loved one feel welcome. I was impressed by their attention to detail in general!
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