9130 Hypoluxo Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33467
Mariposa is an elegant and modern senior living community for active seniors in Palm Beach County. This gated, luxury residence offers resort-style living and 24-hour staff – with flexible leases and no buy-in fee.
Here, residents can enjoy an invigorating workout in our senior-specific fitness center. Soak up some sun and go for a relaxing swim in our tranquil, garden-style pool. Take part in engaging activities and social events at the community, or use our free, chauffeured transportation to access all the area’s favorite hotspots for dining, entertainment and more. We even offer an on-site beauty salon and barbershop, a movie theater and auditorium for live events, and so much more.
Each day, residents choose from a robust calendar of events designed to help them achieve whole-person wellness and realize their full potential. From book discussions and aqua fitness classes to group outings, volunteer opportunities and art exhibits.
And with active independent living, assisted living and memory care options, residents can continue living independently with just the right amount of assistance when they need it.
For peace of mind, Mariposa also offers a three-year rent lock as well as a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
For a local A Place for Mom Advisor(877) 345-1716
Although COVID took a toll on everything, Atria did a fantastic job keeping our loved ones safe and entertained. There are always improvements that can be made, but they always listen to feedback and strive to be better.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Unfortunately I cannot recommend Atria Villages at Windsor Memory Care and I advise you not to place a loved one there. As everyone said the facility is beautiful BUT the care is inadequate. The activities are lacking and not at all as described and promised. There is no leadership or management present most of the time. This lack of supervision leads to dangerous situations and people need to know that there is a lot more to a memory care facility than a lovely appearance. There needs to be caring, skilled, compassionate people. Training is definitely lacking. I hope they get there act together but right now things are not good.
Response from MariposaMarch 5, 2020
Your concerns are important to us, because we take pride in delivering quality service. I have shared your comments with our Regional Vice President. If you'd like to personally speak further, please don't hesitate to contact us at [removed].
My husband was a resident at Atria Villages of Windsor Memory Care. The care was awful, the activities were non-existent and the management was unresponsive. Please take this seriously because I feel it is my duty to prevent someone else from making the mistake I made. They make the place very pretty but unfortunately they care more about appearances and profit than care. During the majority of the time my husband was there there was no Director of Memory Care (she was told to leave for reporting staffing and safety insufficiencies) and therefore rarely was the staff supervised which led to many dangerous situations. Please believe me - it is too late for my husband but I want to avoid someone else getting hurt. They should not be in the memory care business.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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