2701 North Course Drive, Pompano Beach, FL 33069
The Court at Palm-Aire is a continuing care retirement community, offering independent & assisted living, skilled nursing and many ancillary wellness services, in the exclusive neighborhood of Palm Aire in Pompano Beach. In addition to spacious apartments, three chef-prepared meals daily, weekly housekeeping & linen services, medical & home health offices on-site, local transportation and an active social life, you will experience management and staff that strive to provide you with peace of mind and quality care in a warm and home-like setting. Step inside our doors to discover the life that awaits you!
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*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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Don’t leave your love one there. Would give this place 0 stars. My Dad spent only one night for rehab after hospital stay. They overdosed him and then lied to us and said he had not been given any meds. Dad was unconscious but staff refused to call 911. Said they had to do paperwork first to transfer him to hospital and were too busy to call. Said to call 911 myself if that’s what I wanted. I did and paramedics said Dad had been drugged. He was there for rehab but had him so drugged he never was able to receive physical therapy. The room he stayed in was cramped and dirty. Wall air conditioner was all moldy. Staff did not seem happy to work there. Drugged Dad because he woke up in the morning and wandered outside his room looking for his wife. Worst place ever. Dad would have died if we hadn’t found him unconscious and got him to the hospital. I wanted to share so no one would leave a family member there ever!
I had a family member staying at a ‘5-star’ skilled nursing facility in S. Florida for over 2 wks. We were there to visit nearly every day, for at least 3-4hrs per day, sometimes more. Therapists were very good. Nurses, generally, did there job. The rooms were kept relatively clean. There was a handful of staff that would give a little extra from time to time. When it came down to my family member complaining of pain and visiting family speaking to nursing staff & supervisors about worsening issues, little was done. Within a few days this family member was rushed to the ER in critical condition. Had the doctor and nurses acted responsibly & ethically it wouldn’t have come to this!
Response from The Court at Palm AireFebruary 6, 2019
At The Court at Palm Aire the health, happiness and safety of our residents and the peace of mind of our families is very important to us. Our entire staff strives to deliver quality care to all of our residents and is held to the highest standards of care and safety. I am the Executive Director and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you directly regarding your observations as we are always looking for ways to improve the quality of service we provide. Please contact me at your convenience at the community.
The worst... my mom was only sent here for rehab and she never got a chance to come back home. They hardly ever answer to the call light. The charge nurse at the front desk is extremely rude. The staff is negligent, They lie to cover each other’s backs and now that my mom is gone all I can get is a “I’m sorry for your loss!”
Response from The Court at Palm AireJune 11, 2018
I am the Executive Director at the Court at Palm Aire and I want to extend my sincerest condolences upon the passing of your mother. At the Court of Palm Aire resident care, safety and happiness is our top priority. We can review your mother's records with you, and would welcome the opportunity to do that along with my Administrator and the Regional Director of Nursing. Please contact me at the community to set up a time to talk.
Don't put your parent or lived one there if they need any kind of help. They are bare boned staff. Nursing supervisor is not nice. They show you the whole facility at the sales pitch, but neglect to tell you the assisted living residents don't really have access to the downstairs unless they can go on their own ( but they need assistance because they are in assisted living?) or guess what, you can hire an aide to take them down to listen to music for a half hour,but guess what again, the agencies all have a minimum of 3 to 4 hours at a time. An expensive trip to the show. Try Willowwood or The Bridges.
Response from The Court at Palm AireJuly 13, 2017
I am the Executive Director and would like to have a conversation with you regarding your comments. To live in our, or any assisted living community, a resident needs to have the mobility to move throughout the building. We certainly will help to guide and direct residents (especially new residents) to where an activity may be -- and when possible try to vary where these are held. Based on your comments we'll see what we can do to hold a few more activities in our upstairs areas. Please contact me at the community if you would like to discuss this in more detail.
Friendly, helpful staff in a nice facility. Overall a nice place to live. The dining room provides good food and adequate service. Theft of valuables and personal items very common.
Response from The Court at Palm AireJune 15, 2017
Thank you taking the time to write a review our community. I am the Executive Director and am happy to read your positive comments about our team members and dining experience. I would like to have a conversation with you regarding your concerns, as we take matters of this nature very seriously. Please stop by or give me a call -- my door is always open.
This place is great for those on the lower end of the care spectrum. I had a loved one who was here for quite a while as independent living, and they did a great job. However, when she started needing help and had to move to the assisted living things went downhill. You really had to stay on top of them to make sure they weren't just doing the bare minimum when it came to the care and services provided.
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