Avanti Senior Living at Flower Mound - Flower Mound, TX

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Customer Reviews

Avanti

Avanti is a great place!! My mother-in-law has been there for two months in the Salize side. She loves it. They have lots of activities and she has made some great friends. I definitely recommend it.

RUN AWAY

If you like a pretty building, this is the place for you. If you care about proper medicine administration, activities to keep your loved ones busy, collaboration with leadership to provide the best situation for your loved one.....RUN, do not walk, away from this place. They do a great sales job, but never live up to their promises. The owners do not respond or get involved with serious issues, nursing leadership is incompetent at best. I would not recommend this faciliy to anyone who cares about your loved one.

Going Downhill

My mother in law entered Avanti in September 2017. The first two months were awesome. Since December this facility has gone downhill. It seems to get worse by the day and there appears to be no change anytime soon. They have had several turnovers in critical staff and support personnel including the kitchen/chef to the point that meals are marginally palatable, wrong medications have been delivered to residents, housekeeping is non existent, laundry which was to have been provided weekly is now taking longer. She is on the verge of leaving this beautiful new facility. Is it poor management? Poor employee compensation ??? We can’t figure this out but if it doesn’t change soon some corrective action must be implemented on behalf of our loved one.

They Stopped Serving Meals

We toured here, and liked the community well enough, but I found out that they stopped serving meals. I feel that that is a necessary part of these communities. Families want their loved ones to have relationship and social opportunities as well as good nutrition, so the community seems incomplete without meal service.