333 16th Ave SE, Largo, FL 33771
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The facility is very nice, clean, and neat. The staff is so friendly and knowledgeable. I'm anxious for my mom to move in in 2 days.
We were happy to tour this community for care and needs. The staff was nice and caring. The community was clean and seemed nice inside and out. The menu looked appealing. We did like the layout of the community for good care.
We toured this community. We did not like having to move in and get furnature. The staff were nice and caring. The menu was nice. This is a nice community and families might want to tour this community for the care of a loved one.
We toured this community for the care for my mom. I was not what I was looking for. the staff seemed to be nice, but this is not what I wanted. I would suggest other families tour this community for the care of a loved one.
During our tour of this community I really was not satisfied with what I had saw. It was a really depressing atmosphere and there was not enough room for all of the residents, it was way to cramped. The bedrooms where way to small and I would not want my mother living in this environment.
My mother was only there a short time, and she went from semi-ambulatory to bed-ridden very quickly. She suffered some bruises from rough handling, but the most disturbing was bed sores. They have some great nurses on staff, but they are in short supply. Many of the care givers are young and thoughtless, or middle aged and resentful. I don't think anyone was deliberately mean, just not suited to be caring for geriatric patients who tend to be fragile and frail. If your loved one is ambulatory, they should be fine. If not, you best keep an eye on them.
Princeton Village is a nice community. The memory care unit is a securely locked floor with all the comforts of home.
Marilyn has adjusted very well to her new environment. This can be attributed to the staff at Princeton Village. They are friendly, helpful and address problems it they come up. My only concern is at times I find her room is unlocked. As a result some items have been taken, but they have always been found and returned. Her room is clean and the staff has always been receptive to hern eeds.I would highly recommend Princeton Village.
They have done a great job. They have been very accommodating to all her needs. We have overall been very, very pleased. They have a nurse on-call twenty-four/seven. We have been very happy with everything.
We toured several other Assisted Living Facilities and chose Princeton Village in Largo, FL for my Aunt. The team made the transition for my Aunt and all of us very easy. Since she suffers from Dementia, we wanted a facility that was equipped and experienced to give her the care she needs today and what she will need down the road. It has everything we were looking for in meals, medication management, laundry, hair salon and activities. We are very happy that we chose Princeton Village.
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