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Value for cost
The staff members and care services they provided are excellent. What really stood out to us was the smallness of the community. It has a very homey feeling to it, very compacted. It does not feel like a large institutional community.
We chose Brookdale Tavares because we needed to make a quick decision and they had availability at the time when we needed it, it is also a smaller facility which is what she liked. All in all the people are friendly and the cleanliness and the size of the rooms are what really pushed me here. I think they could use improvement on communication, she is in FL and I am in NC, so I wish they would communicate with me a little bit better about changes on medications. She has Alzheimer's so it is hard to get information from her. But overall I would recommend to others looking.
The facility was nice, but it was not the right place for my Mom. There was a base price for each apartment, and then they added fees for care. After adding everything that my Mom would need, it was a good bit more expensive than other facilities in the area.
The staff are great and friendly. The problem is accessing the building. One has to ring the buzzer & then wait for the (understaffed) staff to answer, then come to the door and put the code in before you can enter. This sometimes takes 5-10 minutes depending on if they’re busy or even hear it. It’s not fair to the staff to disrupt their duties to do this. I’m there every day and it’s getting old! I’m told the door code cannot be given out to other than staff. This makes no sense to me because the purpose is security for the confused/senile dementia clients in, not to keep visitors out. The other thing is the meals are not very accommodating to medical problems like diabetes or heart problems. The staff does what they can but a little health appropriate meal planning seems to be needed. Otherwise affordable, safe & caring staff facility. Would like to see more staff available.
My father is currently in rehab, but we did have a good experience with this community. They have a good, friendly staff. They do a good job with the cleanliness around the community. I was satisfied with everything they did for our family, this is a nice facility with friendly people.
It has been a while since I had taken a tour of this place but I have no complaints of how things had went. I thought the staff did a nice job with the presentation and where very knowledgeable about everything they had to offer. It was just not the right location or right time when we had looked at this place.
This is a nice looking community. It is one floor and it looks like a large square. This community is more for residents with Dementia. They do have smaller rooms on each side of the hallways. Everything is inside the community. They have a large dining room. The residents were participating in an activity when I visited. This community is laid out well and has a large foyer.
I had a good tour of this community. The community looks nice, and well maintained. The staff was very kind, and polite. I was satisfied with my tour of this community, everything went well. It was a pleasant experience overall.
When my sister and I toured this Brookdale, we absolutely loved it. It was beautiful but it was also $2000 more a month than other places. Also, my mother did not need Memory care yet, so we chose a different Brookdale.
All of the staff that greeted us during our tour where very friendly and had lots of great information to give me about there community. I would defiantly suggest that they have a stronger communication line. What I mean by that is when I had asked who there main point of contact was I could not get a straight answer. I think that is important in case of emergency or if I needed to get a hold of my mother.
A caring staff. Clean and pleasant atmosphere. Staff helped in the transition from independent living to assisted living. Physical therapy staff also caring and professional. They have added more mobility and independencey for mother-in-law.
My mother-in-law has been there a short time. As time passes I'm sure it will be 5 stars across the board.
This was a lovely facility. It was a little pricey.
I like this community for my dad so far. The staff is great and everything in the community is in close proximity. We like that there is a good amount of residents in the community but not too many. We are pleased and would recommend this community to other families.
We stayed here for a short trial period. We liked it, it was nice. It was a little on the expensive side for a long term stay. We were looking for something a little more independent, we thought it would be a little easier to socialize.
We used Brookdale Tavares for a brief respite stay for a loved one, and overall I thought things went well. The staff here seemed friendly and professional, they took good care of my loved one, and the facility itself was well kept and clean.
We had checked out larger communities but decided to go with Brookdale Tavaries because of the smaller home style and easier navigation for my wife's 88 year old Dad,and we are sure glad we did.The staff and Nurses go the extra mile to make sure he is comfortable & clean.
Sterling House is small enough that it really feels like home. The staff are exceptionally kind, and professional. The residents have plenty of opportunities to be engaged in lots of varied activities throughout the week and as a newcomer they reached out to my mother personally who was feeling a little lost in a new place. It is also quiet in a nice way but when the situation arises like around the dinner table there are very nice conversations going on. It will not take too long before my mom has some new friends. A big plus is that everyone listens to you and if you have a specific need for your loved one....like ice cream and cookies for dinner, they are very flexible and accommodating. I also see lots of safety practices in place which is very reassuring. I know and feel that they are doing everything possible to make my mom and her family feel like it really is home, only it's better!
Very lovely setiting. Quiet. Small enough to feel homey. Staff was very friendly. Residents I met were happy. Choices for rooms had variety. It was easy to chose. Prices and plans reasonable.
Nice and clean, I actually know the people there. They have nice staff. It's bright and clean and there were a lot of activities for the residents to participate in.
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