Grand Villa Of Altamonte Springs
Overall Rating 3.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Parri★★★★★ a week ago
My mother-in-law lived in the Memory Care unit of Grand Villa of Altamonte for several years. The actual care givers were great and the facility was nice. However, when she passed, the administration was only concerned about a hospital bed frame left in her room. They did not offer a kind word about my mother-in-law or one word of condolence. It became an issue of inconvenience and money! How disappointing!!!
Robin Monti★★★★★ 4 months ago
They lie when courting new residents. My mother lives there and they have steadily been reducing the food. Most recently they refuse to give the residents milk and juice, only lemonade and tea, which is much cheaper for them. They have also reduced the Publix trips to once a month, meaning the residents can't keep enough in their rooms to last. Take care and ask the right questions if you are seeking a facility.
Swami Sugunananda★★★★★ 11 months ago
Grand Villa has wonderful pros but a very serious con as well. The pros are the wonderful and caring staff of people employed there who love and take care of our mother. My mother loves all of the staff very much and she is especially fond of a couple of the staff who take care of her personally every day.We are very grateful for this and the cleanliness of the place. Also, there are no bad odors in the place and it doesn't have that "old folks home" smell that are in similar places in town. It is very clean. I would have given Grand Villas 5 stars except for the one disturbing thing I saw there, which is the poor quality of food served at meals. We have been there several times in the past couple of months, during lunchtimes and dinner times as well and we saw NO FRESH VEGETABLES served there at all. The diet is high in carbohydrates and highly acidic which is very damaging to the body. (mostly some form of pasta with tomato sauce or sandwiches with chips) . The management needs to employ a dietician to plan the meals there. My mother's diet used to be mostly fresh vegetables with rice and high quality salads before she arrived at Grand Villa. Now I see she has gained a lot of weight since the 3 months she's been there and her feet and hands, face etc. are swollen. This is very disturbing to me and my brother. Should we keep her there any longer? That depends if there will be a positive change in meals served there from now on. Management needs to start serving FRESH VEGETABLES for lunch and dinner and not frozen or canned vegetables or so many carbohydrates. Vegetables have most of the vitamins and minerals that are most essential in keeping the body healthy and these elderly people need all the help they can get from their diets.
Katherine Berry★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
Shai Rios★★★★★ a year ago
|License Effective Date||2012-11-01|
|License Expiration Date||2014-10-31|
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Facility|
|Mailing Street||433 Orange Drive|
|Mailing City||Altamonte Springs|
|License Status||In Review|
|Owner||433 Orange Drive Inc|
|Owner Since Date||2010-11-01|
|Facility Administrator||Maryann Howell|
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