2450 Parr Drive, The Villages, FL 32162
Serenades at The Villages by Sonata Senior Living is an award-winning, purpose-built memory care assisted living community conveniently located within The Villages master-planned active adult retirement community.
Recognized for its unique programming and design, Serenades is committed to innovation and services that recognize individuality and personal choice in memory care.
Residents of Serenades at The Villages enjoy a safe and supportive environment while receiving assistance with their personal care needs by dementia-certified caregivers and licensed nurses available 24 hours a day. Residence options include a choice of private and companion apartment suites and one all-inclusive convenient monthly fee.
Serenades at The Villages combines research-based design and programming with the latest science in Alzheimer’s disease to emphasize the impact of personal choice in memory care. Architecture, personal care and life enrichment activities have all been thoughtfully planned to enhance freedom, dignity and a sense of control among people with memory impairment.
The design incorporates features proven to positively impact the symptoms and behaviors of dementia such as a small neighborhood that allow for more interaction between caregivers and residents.
Serenades purpose-built memory care communities integrate unique features and technologies to meet the distinctive needs of those living with dementia...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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.
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Totally unsatisfied with the staff at Serenades. The sales person stressed the beautiful facility, but underplayed the staff. Not enough persons to take proper care of residents.I was told one thing by one person and another thing by a second person. Never got the full truth. The nurse shortened the hours of the aide I hired by two hours. My husband fell one hour after the aide left. I never had a valid explanation of how he fell and broke his hip. He had hospice service there, but when He was released from the hospital, Serenades refused to take him back even though my monthly rent was paid. I am still trying to get my refund.
Managerial staff completely incompetent. There’s a total lack of communication between the managerial staff and the clinical staff. Don’t let the beautiful facade fool you. If you Have a family member that can not advocate for themselves or do not have a medical professional in your family, I would not recommend this place unless you want your loved one to suffer like our family member and family did.
A friend of mine lives there and I visit.the place is beautiful the people are wonderful the staff is the best the activities are awesome there's always something going on I was watching the interaction that the activity department has with the residence I've been to other places and you barely see them do anything Interactive with the residents
To whom it may concern: I was very impressed with the Serenades at the Villages in Lady Lake, FL. You walk in and it feels like home. Everyone is gracious and very helpful, especially your community relations personnel. It also impressed me how clean and bright the facility was. If a friend or a family member was needing a place live in the declining years I would highly recommend the Serenades at the Villages.
When we first moved our family member to Serenades it was outstanding and continued that way until September 2017. Since then the care staff was reduced. Followup from all staff is non existent. The lack of care has dwindled. Team [removed] is no longer involved with the activities. Some of the newer residents should be there as their needs/actions require a higher level of care. There are some very caring aides, unfortunately they are overworked. What was once outstanding, is now in a tailspin and needs corrections.
Everything is working out pretty well for my in laws with their move to this community. It is a very nice place, and we are comfortable with their move here. We know they are safe, and in good hands. The staff is good, it has been a good experience working with them. I would recommend this community to my friends,and family.
Loved it, is was perfect, small, just memory care and very homey feeling. The entire concept was great and I think we will go with this one
Amazing care throughout the building, the caretakers have become family. I suggest this community all of the time to anyone that asks. 5 STARS
Serenades by Sonata is by far one of the best Dementia focused facilities out there. They go the extra mile and make sure that residents are treated with with the respect and compassion they deserve. I recommend this facility highly and without reservation.
By far the best community in the Villages. The at home feeling you get when you walk through the building & the smaller neighborhoods is by far the best feature. They are able to provide more one on one care for the residents. The staff seemed extremely pleasant, and all the residents seemed engaged with there daily activities. The food was wonderful as well. Definitely would recommend to anyone I come across who is dealing with a loved one that has Alzheimer's or Dementia. This is the place to be!
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