At Brookdale Chambrel Pinecastle, you get to choose the lifestyle you want and have the care that you need. Whether you’re looking for independent living, assisted living, or memory care services, there’s options to meet your changing needs. Families and residents can take comfort in knowing that safety and security is our priority. Our staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be alerted to an emergency.
If you or your loved one needs future memory care, you’ll have an easy transition with our Personalized Service System. Providing multiple care options allows us to create customized, flexible plans for each resident, meaning you only pay for the services you need and want. As our memory care community recently expanded with an additional building at Brookdale Chambrel Pinecastle, you’ll enjoy a safe space filled with person-centered engagement and guidance.
There’s a variety of activities to match resident’s passions and interests at Brookdale Chambrel Pinecastle. From cooking demonstrations to swimming, overnight beach trips, other regional attractions, and more, there’s many options each resident can take part in. Perhaps there’s a special occasion you want to celebrate with family and friends? You can reserve our private dining...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*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.
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Our family had an in person tour experience and this was my top choice for our parents. They had a lot more activities then other communities we looked at. Our parents would of been on the first floor with a nice patio making it convenient for them to go out and smoke. The rooms were bigger bright and airy, but the reason they did not choose it was because of the shower, they would of had to step into it. The community said it could be re-done but out our expense.
I like that it is quiet, relaxing, and the people are nice.
Very clean beautiful facility, great staff and good vibes from residents. I can see my mother here in the future as she progresses to memory care.
My mom and I visited the facility. It was beautiful! Mom loved the pond and walking trail. She loved the spacious apartments and everything they have to offer. She will be so happy there!
I actually knew the marketing director from 30 years ago. She was understanding of me, and went out of her way to answer my questionsas honestly as she could. Based on the fact that we knew one another, she might have answered with more honesty than others would get on their tours. As soon as we came to move in, she grabbed the check out of my hand and said, "This is my business." Meaning, this is what I do. But Brookdale was not run as a business. It was haphazard and chaotic. On the outside from what the public would see, it was okay but not top notch. My loved one's room was not ready when we came to move in. There were no towels the first night she was there. She found rags that were used to clean dust/dirt off the floor/walls in the drawers. It was not good for respite care. In fact, the bed they gave her was roughly at my waist/hip high, so as 5'3" woman she could not get on the bed. So I had to pull the foundation out so she could get up on the bed, and also so she would not fall off and die in the night. They were supposed to take her medicine from her when she arrived so they could administer it for her. They did not take it from her, so they therefore were not able to administer it to her. The first day they were to provide food, they did not provide what she asked for. She was supposed to be on 3-day quarantine, which ended up being 5 days. They let her out on the 4th day, and had to add an extra day because they let her out early. She has a senior medical pet - an electronic dog basically, which has a heartbeat, makes noises, and is there for her comfort. She wanted to take it for a walk, and the staff member said it doesn't need to go for walks - it's not real. On her last day - we took her out early - they did not give her her medicine that morning. At that point I said "Give me my loved one - I'm moving her out of here." In the middle of her stay, she told me she was out of toilet paper. I told her to ask them for some, but she said she knew they wouldn't give it to her. So I called, and they told me they didn't supply toilet paper. So I had to come back 15 minutes after just bringing her groceries. Later on the administration said toilet paper was provided, yet I had been providing it the whole time. Anybody who considers Brookdale shouldn't until they're under new management again, because every facet of their business is trash. At no point did I get an apology. The marketing director said she was frustrated but did not give an apology. The executive director said "That's not what we are." But that's exactly what they are. And he did not apologize either. He offered nothing, and I had to ask for a refund. He did not respond to that phone call asking for a refund, but later on I received a refund for the rest of the 12 days we did not stay there.
Response from Brookdale Chambrel PinecastleApril 29, 2021
We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback and are sorry to hear you feel this way. We have reviewed your concerns with our management team and wish to assure you the safety and well-being of our residents is our top priority.
The General Manager is not very friendly and rude. Once when I went in to speak to him, he ended up being very rude. He didn't stand up to greet me, or shake my hand. He pretty much told me, go away. The other staff are very friendly in the community. I would recommend others look somewhere else. There was an issue with bugs, and as far as I know it's still a problem. There is a nurse who is just the nicest guy. My loved one, raves over this nurse.
Perfect for dad, active happy AL. Entertainment, pool, poker room, pool table, restaurant style dining room
[Name removed]is extremely professional and could not have been more personable and helpful. Costs were a bit higher than advertised, since they were recently revised and do not include the a la carte services. I am highly considering this facility and the entire family of Brookdale properties for my father.
My father lives here. He moved in using a wheelchair 3 years ago. He now dances with me when I attend happy hour with him. They offer an excellent variety of activities. The staff is loving and caring. We are very pleased we chose Brookdale Chambrel.
My father lived here. He is very happy. He feels like he is living in a 5 star hotel. The wait staff are wonderful. Activities are great. The nursing staff exceptional. We are very happy with out father's care.
I have lived here for 4 1/2 years. I am enjoy my life here. There is a lot of activities to enjoy (as much as you want to do or as little as you like). The food is plentiful and good and there is more activities than you can possibly partake in. The staff is wonderful, especially the activities Dept. and the Health and Wellness Dept.
Great facility with a very friendly and attentive staff. Tour was excellent and all questions answered. [Name removed] did a great job of explaining each part of Brookdale.
Nice, clean & reasonably priced. Didn't like not having cable access in individual rooms, but understand reasoning behind it...
Very nice facility; the larger one bedroom layout would be good for my mother; nice outside grounds; only concern is that complex is a little larger than my mom may want
So many activities Food is great Staff is friendly and helpful Apartments are open and spacious
My Mom moved into Brookdale Chambrel Pinecastle three years ago. One year ago she moved into their Memory Care, Claire Bridge. It was a hard transition for her, but the nurses up to Administration made it much easier for her. I am so thankful that I don't have to worry about her care. They take her to lunch at a restaurant once a month, country rides in their bus. A lot of musicians and hands on activity for her. They are all very caring, kind and helpful. Mom and I have made friends but we feel they are family.
My Mom moved into Brookdale Chambrel Pinecastle three years ago. One year ago she moved into their Memory Care, Claire Bridge. It was hard for Mom to transition into Memory Care, but the nurses up to Administration were there for her and she is happy and settled in. Whenever I have a question they always help me. I am so thankful that I don't worry about Mom and her care there. They take her to lunch once a month, on country day trips. They always have music and singing at least once a week. Mom loves the food too! Mom and I have made friends in the time she has been here, but we feel they are family too.
My mom and I took a tour here and I wasn’t all that impressed. It felt like the person that took us around was really trying to sell me on the facility instead of getting to know my Mom. That person is no longer there but she was pretty pushy and it made my mom feel insecure about possibly moving in. The building isn’t bad at all, when I went in they had food available and we walked around. They tried to understand to the best of their ability what needs my Mom had. I felt okay about it, but I didn’t feel that it was as welcoming as a few other places I had gone. I think it was really the personality of the marketing person. The rooms weren’t bad and they have more of a variety in the layouts. I think it might be right for some people but maybe not for everyone.
I recently moved my mother into Brookdale Pinecastle in Ocala, she is in their memory care unit. All of our experiences there have been wonderful, from [Removed] and the sales team and administration, to all the wonderful care givers. I visited other facilities and the memory unit at Brookdale really stood out. I have every confidence that my mother is receiving the care she needs.
When we brought my dad to this community for a tour, he took one look and liked this place. It is closer so I can visit him more and it has been a great fit. The staff are making an attempt to get him active and invite him to the dining room. He is starting to get out of his apartment more now. We brought him there for socialization. The medication process has been a good change for my dad.
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