Vi at Lakeside Village

2792 Donnelly Dr Lantana FL 33462

866-465-5993

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Vi at Lakeside Village, also known as a Life Plan Community, is an upscale Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) located steps from the shores of Lake Osborne in Palm Beach County Florida. Our independent and assisted living community offers a wide range of amenities to enrich the lives of residents. Vi at Lakeside Village is dedicated to providing residents the best living environment possible, culminating quality service, amenities, care, and a welcoming community.

Some of the unique benefits you can expect with Vi at Lakeside Village include and are not limited to:
•Dedicated staff from our chefs, nursing, housekeeping, and more
•Assisted living, Memory Support, and Skilled Nursing facilities on site
•Scheduled maintenance and repairs for your home
•Weekly light housekeeping of your home
•Seasonal menus and nightly specials prepared by our culinary team
•Casual, bistro-style, and fine dining restaurants with table service
•Scheduled transportation for shopping, outings, and appointments
•Front desk staffed 24 hours a day to welcome residents, register guests, and accept deliveries
•Reading areas stocked with current magazines and best-selling books
•Auditorium for entertainment, community meetings and events
•Fitness equipment including treadmills, rowing machines, recumbent bicycles, NuStep® cross training machines, air-resistance weight machines, and free weights for strength training and cardio fitness
•Gardened and landscaped walkways
•Salon and spa
•Alfresco dining areas
•Heated pool for lap swimming, instructor-led aqua fitness classes, and relaxation
•Pets allowed (up to 35 lbs.)

Whether you want to enjoy the benefits and amenities that Vi at Lakeside Village has to offer or visit the surrounding area, there are a variety of local attractions to take advantage of. Take a boat ride on Lake Osborne, challenge your golfing skills at the Lake Worth Golf Club, witness the artistic culture from the Benzaiten Center for the Creative Arts, or enjoy the shopping complexes that Palm Beach County has to offer.

Whatever desires you may seek inside or outside of our community, Vi at Lakeside Village is committed to delivering quality amenities and services to help make your life a little easier, and to experience a senior living like no other.

How it works
At Vi at Lakeside Village offers three different pricing options, depending on the percentage of return. Your entrance fee and monthly fee pay for your apartment home, as well as access to our onsite continuum of care. The entrance fee is a one-time fee paid when you move into the community, and is based on the floor plan and return option you choose. Additionally, your monthly fees - which are directly tied to the floor plan you choose - also cover a range of services including: maintenance of your home, housekeeping, dining, transportation, and more. Should you move or need to access the care center, your independent living monthly fees will not increase, aside from community wide increases, the cost of additional meals and ancillary items as needed.

About Vi
For more than 30 years, Vi has been enriching the lives of seniors. The Vi family of companies includes 10 Life Plan Communities, also known as Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs), across the United States. Since 1987, Vi has owned and operated residential communities for older adults, we work toward providing quality environments, services and programs to enrich the lives of those we serve.

Pricing at Vi at Lakeside Village

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
$ See Pricing
2 Bedrooms
$ See Pricing
Private
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Semi-Private
$ See Pricing

*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.

Reviews of Vi at Lakeside Village

3.5 of 5 Average rating
8 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(4) A Place For Mom
(4) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Be sure you understand what is offered.

    This place thinks it is better than it is because the business development people, and presumably management and administrators, only view what they provide relative to what else is available in the area, rather than in comparison to "what could be." Do not expect a personalized experience. Do not expect great care. Do not expect what they offer to replace the care a friend, family member, or good companion would provide. This is a for-profit business. Profit is their primary motivation.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Be sure you understand what is offered.

    This place thinks it is better than it is because the business development people, and presumably management and administrators, only view what they provide relative to what else is available in the area, rather than in comparison to "what could be." Do not expect a personalized experience. Do not expect great care. Do not expect what they offer to replace the care a friend, family member, or good companion would provide. This is a for-profit business. Profit is their primary motivation.

  • Not What I Wanted

    I had a god tour of this community but they were not going to give me what I wanted. They showed me a room that was a 2 bedroom and they had a walk-in closet. I requested to have shelved be installed but they were not able to do this. Some of the rooms were too small.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Not What I Wanted

    I had a god tour of this community but they were not going to give me what I wanted. They showed me a room that was a 2 bedroom and they had a walk-in closet. I requested to have shelved be installed but they were not able to do this. Some of the rooms were too small.

  • Warehouse for the Aged (albeit a nice warehouse)

    Beware of entering a "tiered" facility, because if down the road you find yourself needing assisted living or nursing care, you may not end up very happy. My parents are at Vi. They've been in independent living, assisted living and now nursing care. This review is, in particular, about the nursing care center - the place where you or your loved ones at Vi will end up if you need a lot of care. If you end up as a long term care resident, it is a warehouse - albeit a clean one, with a crew of aides that are generally quite good at their tasks. But (A) the place has the feel of a plantation (a bit disconcerting for those of us who don't live in the south), and (B) there is little-to-no truly individualized attention to the "whole person," and (C) emotional and social care is deficient, and (D) the food is generally far from wholesome and healthy (think fatty, sugary, salty). The care center administrator is all about putting up barriers to doing anything for individuals -- it is show. This is the crux of the problem. The place is not staffed with enough help - so exceptional care ... forget it. And the medical care - mediocre. They are good at following instructions and prescriptions, but don't expect them to be proactive, or even be able to identify anything beyond an urgent problem in their midst. And despite the fact that music has been shown to be a useful therapy for everyone, the administration won't even pay for a music/radio package through Comcast. You get the picture. You will NOT be wowed by this place if you explore the care center. My recommendation: Stay away.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Warehouse for the Aged (albeit a nice warehouse)

    Beware of entering a "tiered" facility, because if down the road you find yourself needing assisted living or nursing care, you may not end up very happy. My parents are at Vi. They've been in independent living, assisted living and now nursing care. This review is, in particular, about the nursing care center - the place where you or your loved ones at Vi will end up if you need a lot of care. If you end up as a long term care resident, it is a warehouse - albeit a clean one, with a crew of aides that are generally quite good at their tasks. But (A) the place has the feel of a plantation (a bit disconcerting for those of us who don't live in the south), and (B) there is little-to-no truly individualized attention to the "whole person," and (C) emotional and social care is deficient, and (D) the food is generally far from wholesome and healthy (think fatty, sugary, salty). The care center administrator is all about putting up barriers to doing anything for individuals -- it is show. This is the crux of the problem. The place is not staffed with enough help - so exceptional care ... forget it. And the medical care - mediocre. They are good at following instructions and prescriptions, but don't expect them to be proactive, or even be able to identify anything beyond an urgent problem in their midst. And despite the fact that music has been shown to be a useful therapy for everyone, the administration won't even pay for a music/radio package through Comcast. You get the picture. You will NOT be wowed by this place if you explore the care center. My recommendation: Stay away.

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Community Details at Vi at Lakeside Village

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    • Vi at Lakeside Village Amenities

      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Activities Offsite
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
      • Vegetarian

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Vi at Lakeside Village

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      • Assisted Living
      • Memory Care
      • Independent Living
      • Nursing Home
      • Care Homes
      • Home Care
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