3700 SE Jennings Rd, Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
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The care is very good. The community is good at working with Hospice. I would highly recommend the community.
I thought the tour was good. It was okay overall. As tours go, it was informative. But of course they highlight all the great things. As a virtual tour goes, I think it was done well. But it's still a virtual tour and not the same as seeing it for yourself. You can’t tell if the place smells, for instance. The people I interacted with on the tour were nice, answered all of my questions, and were informative.
They do offer plenty of activities, and I like participating in certain ones. I really like the location and my apartment and just over enjoy being here. I like the routine of life at this community and it is just very comfortable.
It was very nice; my mom referred to it as a spa. The ambiance was very elegant. Large spacious activity rooms were they play games and have their theater. Lots of nooks and crannies where they can play cards. It is just a nice facility. It is a full service in that they have independent living all the way to skilled nursing on the same campus. We didn't choose because the rooms were really too cramped.
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