Contact Information16001 Lakeshore Villa Drive
Tampa, FL 33613
Phone: (813) 968-5093
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Does Renaissance, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
Overall Rating 3.8 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Elizabeth Braughton★★★★★ 9 months ago
We moved our parents to Renaissance in 4/17. It was a difficult move for all involved but the folks at Renaissance made it an easy transition. The staff couldn't be more warm, friendly and caring. They made my parents feel at home right away. The place is beautiful and safe. The food is excellent and my Dad gained much needed weight! The activities are plentiful, varied and interesting. We would highly recommend Renaissance should you be in need of a senior living place!!!! Also, during the hurricane ther staff and administration did a fantastic job at taking care of everyone and keeping them safe.
Richard Shapiro★★★★★ a year ago
After moving my Mom here I was concerned that she would become a hermit because she left familiar surroundings. I have been pleasantly surprised that the staff got her involved in so many different activities that she seems to be so busy and doesn't have time to talk with me and my family. The staff told us initially that they work hard to get people to feel like they're family here. And I have to say I didn't believe him at first but it's certainly true. The staff seems to care very much and from what I've seen cares very much about the other residents just as much. Not quite sure who's preparing the food but I think I want to know their secrets because she seems to be eating a lot better here than she was before. I know that one time when I was there food really did look good. We are really quite pleased with the staff that initially talked with us and got us to move mom there. The surroundings are really great and there is a beautiful Lake and nice walkways and she really seems to be very happy here and that's what it's all about.
brian wheetley★★★★★ 7 months ago
When I heard this was the same company that bought out Horizon Bay, I was skeptical. Horizon Bay in Hyde Park was amazing. Then they were bought out and went to hell. Pure coincidence that the same company "Alegro" happened to have bought out this place as well. Ok....the good...nice area, lake, etc...and the rooms are not tiny. The cons...housekeeping is completely useless. I keep buying bed liners and they keep losing them. Apparently separatING towels, from shirts, pants, etc.. is not a concern. It's all just flopped down mixed together.. the marketers flat out LIED!!! My 2 main concerns being cleaniness, housekeeping and whether my father was getting HIS clothes back from housekeeping. This facility has put more monetary and day to day stress than any other. DON'T GO WITH THIS PLACE OR THIS COMPANY. In response to the company. Yeah right... the practices and policies of this facility are still horrible. Thank God I have my dad home with me now. As a word of warning to anyone considering having their loved one reside at this facility, DO NOT be fooled by their slick marketing campaign. My father was never (despite promises on the company's end) privy to the pool, bar (that as of this recent edit to my posting) was never opened. I went to this facility literally with tears in my eyes because of (what I thought at the time) was a horrible situation at his previous ALF. The thing that is absolutely unforgivable is how they emphasized communication was an integral part of their coordination with family members. I maybe had a couple of phone calls returned DURING MY FATHER"S over 7 month stay!! I found him on the floor for god knows how long.. he is cognizant but nonverbal. For less than half the cost we are happily in a house together. How these people sleep at night I have NO IDEA. My dad was without power during IRMA, despite their assurances that they had backup generators. I don't know what their "million dollar restoration" went into,but it definitely did not go towards the health and well being of their residents. I could go,on and on... They had their "grand opening "renaissance style", which is great, but maybe finish the roof first. Rather than have jugglers and people on stilts (that can"t even fit in the building?). I have been a caregiver since 2011 and experience with assisted living facilities since 2013. I truly hope this post will cause someone considering having their loved one take up residence think twice. In most other states these practices would be ELDER ABUSE.
Nicole Scheidl★★★★★ a year ago
Renaissance offers a great continuum of care. The staff is committed to safety, health and quality of life. Their team believes in helping their residents reach their fullest potential. The campus is lovely with lots of sidewalks, oak trees and a small lake.
joshua regan★★★★★ a year ago
Very good place my grandparents have been their for years they take care of all of their needs and concerns. I appreciate the staff their 5akong care of them.
|License Effective Date||2015-04-28|
|License Expiration Date||2017-02-26|
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Facility|
|Mailing Street||16001 Lakeshore Villa Drive|
|Owner||Crp Lakeshore Villas L.L.C.|
|Owner Since Date||2015-02-27|
|Facility Administrator||Scott Dobat|
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