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Overall Rating 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Isabella Hower
    ★★★★★ 3 weeks ago

    My grandmother moved into Savannah Grand about six months ago and had a truly terrible experience. The food was lacking in nutritional value and consisted largely of canned soups and fried chicken or fish. The administrative staff informed my family that the meals would return to their previous, higher standards as soon as a new chef was hired; however, the meals continued to be subpar for weeks. Individual loads of laundry for each resident were advertised by Savannah Grand and included as a service in the $5,000 monthly rental fee my grandmother paid while living there. However, shortly after my grandmother moved out (after two months of living at Savannah Grand) I noticed her room number had been written in permanent sharpie marker on one of her pillow cases and on numerous clothing tags. This nearly brought me to tears, as clearly there would be no need for the laundry personnel to write her room number on her clothing and bedding if they were truly doing individual loads of laundry for each resident. It hurts my heart to think that the residents there are being falsely advertised to, and that, in cases such as my grandmother, reduced to being identified by their room number solely for the convenience of the staff members working there. Every resident there should be treated with respect and made to feel appreciated and valued, and that is not the kind of treatment I observed during the two months my grandmother lived there before we moved her to another assisted living facility.

  • Isabel Berly
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    My mom moved into Savannah Court in January 2016. Everyone have been wonderful acclimating mom and her dog. Mom seems stronger and appears much more content with her life. Her pets really seem happy! This is a great comfort to me as I reside out of state.

  • alex davis
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Although I personally do not have a connection to a resident at Savannah Grand, it is obvious even to an unbiased third-party like myself that the staff go above and beyond to care for their residents. Savannah Grand formed a partnership with the non-profit I work for, not out of necessity or for fundraising, but because they want to give the opportunity for all of their residents to feel as though they are part of a community. Through our partnership, I had the pleasure of meeting some of Savannah Grand's residents and watching their staff in action. The staff always reacted with professionalism, patience, and kindness. They continually provide a warm atmosphere, full of fun activities and an environment that encourages a well-rounded life. Not only is it welcoming, but the staff takes in every consideration to make sure their residents are safe, accommodated, well cared for, and that their privacy is respected.

 

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License Number9108
License Effective Date2014-03-01
License Expiration Date2016-02-29
Facility TypeAssisted Living Facility
Mailing Street4661 Johnson Rd #7
Mailing CityCoconut Creek
Mailing StateFL
Mailing Zip33073
Mailing CountyBroward
License StatusLicensed
OwnerSenior Living Properties IV LLC
Owner Since Date2008-03-01
Facility AdministratorRenee E Stoffel
Profit StatusFor-Profit
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