4175 East Bay Dr, Clearwater, FL 33764
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The staff member's seem to work great as a team, it is more like a family type atmosphere. They are all very friendly and they are very easy to work with. If you have any questions, they give you personal cell phone numbers to call so you can get answers. The meals here are chef prepared, nothing is mass produced it is all freshly cooked daily. I would highly recommend this facility to others looking.
The staff members would be a 10 out of 10 they were just fantastic. We really cannot say enough good things about them. However the dining experience was terrible and the food was served on paper plates.
The best that I visited,It was 5 star in all phases,it was very clean,very assessable for their patients to get around, and they cared for their patients with sincerity.
My mom moved into Seasons of Largo approximately two years ago. The facility has a whimsical interior. When I initially toured the facility, I was taken back by the design and layout of the second floor. The corridors mimic an outdoor street, meaning that at Season's you'll find porches with white picket fences adorning the resident's entrance to their home. The hallways are flooded with interesting color schematics, and it's complimented by the abundant greenery provided by all the hanging plants that give the corridor a feeling of being outside. What I truly appreciated--the facility had so many inviting pieces of furniture in the common areas. Places that beckoned you to just sit for a bit with a few good friends and enjoy each other's company. Unfortunately, with the onset of the Coronavirus, most of the common areas were not available to the residents. Most of the comfortable sofa's, tables & chairs were placed in storage to discourage the residents from gathering. A necessary precaution, much needed because of the times we all face with the onset of the Coronavirus. Fortunately for all the residents, a New Executive Director by the name of [name removed] has taken the helm of this facility, and is graciously steering both the facility and all its residents to a safer harbor. I'm pleased with the fact that [name removed] is not only easily accessible to both residents and family members, but he also encourages communication. He listens, and then he executes, much like any good captain of a seafaring ship would do. I believe that [name removed] will help sail Seasons of Largo thru these difficult times with respect to the Coronavirus, and will eventually land upon a solid foundation for the development of a safe, caring community.
STRONGLY DO NOT RECOMMEND. Abuse the residents. Illegal ethics. Recently the staff they hired is trashy and unclean. No staff on duty when you need them. Beat and drug residents for no reason and no management cares when notified.
I already did this review and and gave [name removed] and "the gang" a glowing review. I really should not have to do it again. My brother-in-law was there for five days. Thank goodness it was a good experience as he upon our return from up North we found it advantageous to move them both to assisted living. Unfortunately, Season's was not the right fit for them as a couple, but he was not upset about
It was imperative that we find a respite for my brother-in-law as my husband and his sister had to fly to Ohio because their sister was seriously ill. We looked into at least five different places. When we visited SEASONS and met [name removed], that was it. [Name removed] said..l can stay here. [Name removed] and the entire staff made [name removed]'s stay wonderful. His room was extra big, his care givers were always there to help. The best news...upon our return from Ohio, we began a search for an ALF for [name removed] and [name removed]. Their need was more than SEASONS had to offer or we would have been there in a heartbeat. Because of his positive experience, [name removed] was willing to go to an ALF. Thanks, everyone. [Name removed]
Scheduled a tour through A Place For Mom. When I arrived, no Receptionist on duty and I stood in Reception area for several minutes before anyone spoke to me. Person I met with did not know about my appointment and was unprepared. On the plus side: there's an aviary; the residents of the memory care unit were clean; the nurse on duty was very helpful. The decor is nice.
My family was very pleased with the care that our sister [name removed] received over the course of 2 years. [name removed] had severe dementia. The staff took care of her needs everyday.
We wanted to leave when we entered. It was dimly lit throughout. Saw no residents. No garden area. The 2 rooms that we were shown - recently vacated - very strong unpleasant smells. Room was small and disappointing. They will only offer transportation once a month to Doctor appointments.
The staff at this community were quick to respond and notify me when my loved one fell. They brought her flowers and checked in on her when she was in the hospital. She likes the daily exercise class and they have a movie night a couple nights a week. She has no complaints about the food. The staff are friendly and always have a smile on their face. They have a pond outside with two swans you are able to feed. They offer coffee and snacks during the day. This community feels like a family.
I was pleased with every aspect of Seasons Largo. They did everything extremely well and I was comfortable with the care my husband received there. We had to move him because he was on the third floor and that posed issues. I would highly recommend Seasons Largo.
This is a nice community. We like the community for being clean. The menu is appealing. She liked the activities that were offered. This community is very nice. The staff are very kind and caring for her needs. We would recommend this community for other families for the value and care of a loved one.
Very nice residence but I feel it was too large and might be overwhelming for my Mom...however my sister and I were ready to move in. Disappointed they did not have ECC accreditation.
After visiting several ALF's, we knew we found the best one at Seasons of Largo. Our first impression of cleanliness was important, but we were truly overwhelmed with the warmth and friendliness of all the staff members. The caregivers (nurses) are absolutely wonderful, and very attentive to the needs of the residents. My parents are very happy, and I have peace of mind knowing that they are in great hands.
They offer a floor for memory care at Seasons. The rest of the floors are for assisted living. The staff are good . Mom seems to like it in the memory care unit. She has not complained about the food. The community is clean and I would recommend this community.
I toured Seasons Largo for my mother and I was amazed on how beautiful the building looks. it has a real cozy home feel and not like a Nursing Home. The building was very well staff and the staff was very friendly . it was very nice to see that much staff on the floor and they also asked us to stay for lunch and try their Mediterranean diet . It was delicious and served very presentable. The Seasons smells great , the food tasted great , and looked Great. I think I Found the Place for my mother and would recommended to go visit the Seasons yourself.
Came in for a tour. I was very impressed how beautiful the place looks like, it is very much different from the ones I have been too. While I was waiting for the lady who was going to give me a tour, I was seated beside this elderly lady and we chatted a little. I asked her how it is living here, she answered me "oh its fine, the staff used to be nice and fun but now they seem different. They don't seem happy as they used to and." and then I asked how the food was, "they have their days, but mostly it isn't good. Food always late same as meds are, late." then she whispers "new management that's why." I was a little bit shocked upon hearing this. Whle we were talking, I saw this big man at the corner of my eye and he was wearing shorts and slippers. I asked who he was and the lady said he works in the kitchen. I was in disbelief, because how can a place like this have employees come to work looking like that. Very unprofessional. I knew from then that this place was not going to work out for my mother. But I still continued on doing the tour. Driving 2 hours away that's the least I could do. When the lady came and gave me the tour, we went to the 2nd floor, she also showed me 3rd floor which was for memory care. I asked what if there was a fire, or a disaster. How will they evacuate the residents on the 3rd floor when all elevators will be stopped. Most residents I saw were in wheel chairs, walkers. they couldn't possibly walk down the stairs by themselves and mind you there were only 4 nurses upstairs out of 20+ residents? I questioned the safety of that. And also the care that each and every one is receiving up there. Because I see nurses just sitting down and on the phone, and thislady smells a lot like urine. 2nd floor was empty but it had a nice man cave. Aquarium was dissapointingly dirty. Aftert the tour, I waited for my husband to come pick me up. I saw some of the nurses just gossiping in the hall I had hopes that this was the one home I can leave my mother in. The price they demand should be the same care and love they should deliver. But I'm guessing that's not going to happen. Very disappointed.
I came in for a tour about 2 weeks ago and all of the residents were just sitting around bored. The staff was gossiping in the corner while not paying attention and one resident was consistently asking for help to the bathroom. I heard a staff member respond with "You're really annoying me, go back to your seat". This was clearly a dementia resident. It turned me off right away but I continued with my tour. As I walked around I noticed that the building is pretty clean, but a few things I was concerned with. The food looked terrible. I asked a resident how she liked the food and also the activities and she told me the food was cooked by a couple kids and it had no flavor. She also said the activities were low budget and repetitive. I found this all to be a turn off considering this place is EXPENSIVE! They could do a lot more here. I ended up placing my mother at the Lake House. It's beautiful and not to mention has a better staff to resident ratio. Seasons biggest problem is that it seems under staffed.
I placed my father in this ALF because it was very reasonable at the time and at first sight we absolutely fell in love with the place! They have a little library on the second floor and a bird sanctuary on the third floor. They have also just recently put in a man cave with a pool table, darts, puzzles and card games. I believe they still play Bingo every other night and sometimes they will round everyone up on the bus to take them out to dinner or fishing. My dad loved it until recently they changed management. Rent went up and now dad isn't getting ANY care... its as if they completely ignore him. I went there to visit him after 6pm and it was like no nurses to be found! I suppose maybe they are caring for those on the second and third floors but my dad is not a happy camper and when he complains they call me like I am suppose to be able to fix it. I pay nearly $2900 a month and they cant even give him his meds! Oh but they used to include all that (No additional charge) and now they want an additional $300 for that. Ummm NO!!! Wherever the old management went is where we will follow. It is literally like having a happy family and now NOTHING!!! Dad even has to wait nearly 30min-1hour for his meals from the time he sits down. Again it is like being ignored and don't get me started with the turn-around. They used to have good/caring nurses but now they turn him away when he comes in for his drops and meds. He has no companionship, no care, and just recently someone is coming in and unplugging refrigerators! I don't know about this place anymore. I had high high hopes until recently. Dad is already wanting to move and I don't blame him. The only thing good we got from this was his doctors and a set of high standards to look for in future ALFs.
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