27440 County Rd, Daphne, AL 36526
Celebrated for its modernized brand of senior livng, the Brennity at Daphne is dedicated to ensuring the very best for our residents' golden years. Located in the picturesque beach town of Daphne, our sprawling grounds offer lake views and a tranquil new environment to call home. The Brennity offers 24-hour access to personal care, but no two assistance regimens are alike. Residents and their families work with our staff to custom tailor care to individual needs, ensuring all the necessary medical and personal assistance, while encouraging our residents' independence and respecting their privacy. We offer laundry and housekeeping, medication assistance, on-site medical professionals, transportation around town, and assistance with medical appointments. In the spirit of privacy, our one-bed rooms offer several plans that comply to the needs of seniors who join the Brennity community as couples or by themselves. All rooms feature their own bathrooms and storage. We are proud of our commitment to families with Alzheimer's and dementia patients. Our special memory-care program strives to stay up-to-date with the latest treatment options for all memory illnesses, and offers all the assistance that the Brennity is known for, plus any additional care for memory patients. Our team works with memory...
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Not an option for my husband. He does not meet their License Criteria.
We toured the Brennity and really liked it. It was more uppity and the residents here are active which just did not fit my mom.
This is a really good place for mother. She doesn't want to be here, but she acknowledges that they are good to her and do all they can to help her enjoy it.
Beautiful place and very inviting staff. It is a large facility and my mom wanted something more personal and a smaller community. Thank you!
Very well presented. Place was inviting and laid out with street scenes from the past. I liked The Brennity better than the other three places we visited and better than where mother is at now ([name removed]). It is enough less than [name removed] and the [name removed], and we think we make it work long term.
I would give 4.5 stars if possible. The Brennity appears to be a good facility and more importantly, had a good ADPH report.
This place is ideal, light, bright, community designed in a circular pattern with interesting old time things to look at (soda station, old typewriter etc). Their outdoor area is beautiful too. Of course they had no openings. :-(
This may be out best choice. I love the look of them in Daphne and in Fairhope. Memory Care is offered if we need it, or if he needs to move to that later. Smoking is allowed outside.
This is a great community for outstanding care. We like all of the staff that are helping in all ways. The community is clean and we do like the professionalism of everyone here. We like knowing that she is now involved with a lot of the activities with the other residents. We know that she is happy and would highly recommend this community for the outstanding care and value.
This wasn't a good place at all. I would not recommend them at all. He continually feel and they were not helpful towards my husband. He is in another community now and it is like night and day.
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