3800 Sam Boney Drive, Nashville, TN 37211
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Advertised as “Independent Living “ however many residents suffer from dementia of varying degrees and do not function well in this setting. The food service at best is a good to not so good to unappealing. The quality, quantity and service vary greatly. The staff are quite friendly but do to limited numbers and hours when they are present are not always able to address or deal with problemsReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
liked this very much. Lovely staff. people living there seemed friendly. liked the grounds. not crazy about the area of town but it could work just fine.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mother became ill and had to be hospitalized prior to moving to Tennessee! from Illinois. She has severe AFIB heart arrhythmia. I applied prior to her hospitalization, paid all the fees and Mays Rent to the total of $2,565. I contacted Windlands South and informed them of my mothers health and hospital stay. I was told I had to continue with 3 months rent regardless of the circumstances. I then paid for June, $1,950 leaving my mother with a total out of pocket expense of $4,515.00 I sent a certified letter to the home office which included letters from her heart doctor and primary care provider, stressing that she COULD NOT TRAVEL. She is now receiving Home Health Care. Money not Mercy was my experience. Seniors are very fragile and anything can happen in a day. My Mother is 94 she was looking forward to living close to me, she never got to see the apartment she spent so much money on.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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