6406 21st Avenue West, Bradenton, FL 34209
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We toured this community, and it was very nice. We really liked this community, and the staff was very friendly and accommodating.
I moved into Freedom Village on [date removed]. I'm very pleased with every aspect of the facility. I live in the Lexington building on the Independence wing. The apartment is beautiful and completely re-decorated prior to my moving in. I chose the colors of paint, the granite tops and cabinets and carpet/flooring. Currently there are many activity restrictions because of the covid virus, however all the residents that wished be have received their vaccinations. It is the vast majority of us. Gradually activities are being re-started. The dinning rooms are open and serving excellent food! Everyone I have met both residents and staff are pleasant, friendly and eager to be helpful. The surroundings both inside and outside are beautiful and well maintained. I feel so secure here and my family does as well knowing I will always be care for no matter what my needs may be. It is definitely a five star place!!!
Due to COVID we have not been able to meet any staff members in person, but over the phone they have been very good and very helpful. We do know the meals are good, because our loved one brags about them.
We really liked that this community was smaller, and it would be more hands on attention. The rooms are very nice, they are big enough, however they could use more natural light to make them brighter. Our loved one things the food is horrible, it's sometimes cold by the time it gets to her room. If the kitchen staff has already done dishes sometimes its hard for her to get another dish to warm up her meal. Besides that the care services are excellent.
My loved one started there for rehab services, The staff took a few days for us to even speak to a social worker to figure things out. One of the nurses would roll her eyes are if asked question or anything as if she didn't want to be bothered be us. The charge nice was very good and helpful. Poor communication and no care plan.
I find them very welcoming and warm. Staff is very caring. Food is very good. I am very comfortable with them. They offer a lot of activities for their residents. They have a very low turnover rate with their staff. They are in a great location.They are great to their staff and the staff is great to the residents.
My mother ([name removed]) has been a resident of Freedom Village of Bradenton, Fl for three and a half years. She turned 100 years of age [date removed]. Special thanks to [name removed] / director of assisted living and memory care and [name removed] / programs director . I could not be with my mother before her actual birthday. The day prior to her special occasion the staff presented her with flowers, two certificates reflecting her achievement, balloons and of course the singing of Happy Birthday. My son and I were overwhelmed, as we walked with my mother down the hall. Every staff member stopped to sing Happy Birthday to her. I would recommend Freedom Village of Bradenton to anyone who may need their services. The professionalism and communication is second to none.
My mom is currently here. If you are in a hurry for help it takes about 35 minutes. When the gal was asked why does it take that long she responded “that’s about right” when hospice came in to put an air mattress on the bed they threw the call light button on the night stand and never gave it to my mom . She got her neck stuck in the pillow and couldn’t call for help. I do not recommend this facility.
I live here and everything here is wonderful. The food is good and the apartments are excellent I love being in the middle of town near most everything. If I can not drive they can take me I love that!
My 4 month stay at Freedom Village in Bradenton I experienced several things that led me to move to another assisted living facility. The 2 concerning things I left with that I did not have before: 1. Stomach trouble for eating poor quality food. The lack of fresh fruits and vegetables has placed me under the care of a gastroenterologist. 2. Spider bites all across my body for weeks due to a room that was not properly cleaned prior to and during my stay. The Freedom Village staff refused to take my nocturnal bites seriously. At my own expense I called in town exterminator to seek the source of the bites. They found many spiders and webs. I also now under the care of a second doctor, a dermatologist.
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