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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided

Customer Reviews

Very Nice Community

I toured at Azalea Gardens, and I thought it was a nice community. I really liked it, especially the outdoor area. However, my loved one isn't very interested in going outdoors, and I felt that the community was too far away. We opted for a place that would be a better fit for us

Best Place Ever

This is certainly a pleasant place to be. There's good landscaping, it's not overwhelming, and the staff is very willing to help answer questions.

Best place

"This is certainly a pleasant place to be. There's good landscaping, it's not overwhelming, and the staff is very willing to help answer questions."

This is our third try and it has proved the charm! Alzheimer's clients are outside all day being stimulated and supervised literally all the time. Built around a central courtyard with a large gazebo for constant activities and socializing, makes this facility the only facility I have seen in South Florida with a firm policy based on client comfort and quality life considerations. Lots of other facilities have beautiful garden areas, but, once your loved one needs supervision to be outside, he or she will likely never see the out of doors again and be stuck inside in a freezing cold TV room for the rest of their lives.

There are regular outings scheduled about 3 times a week to parks, events, attractions, agencies and stores.

The staff work outside which promotes a sense of well-being and comfort, enabling them to work with healthier, happier attitudes... No texting, no TV watching, no huddled conversations and inappropriate comments in front of clients found in so many other health care facilities where staff are forced to work in closed, artificiality lit, excessively air-conditioned, stinky, stale rooms and corredores.

AG's owner is an engineer and a creative project creator and manager. His focus on creating an "outdoor paradise" and his insistence in creating individualized colorful comfortable rooms, a fine dining experience and an open kitchen has produced a client care facility where dignity prevails for all the senses.

Honesty, transparency, creativity, the creation of participative activities to engage families, clients and staff, cleanliness and grooming based on the use alternative cleaning and grooming products, making being outside feeling the sun and breezes and smelling the fragrances of sub- tropical America, getting clients off site as much as possible represent just a few of the owner's values, goals and methods which have made this establishment an industry standard of the highest quality in both South Florida and the country as a whole and him the most sought after consultant and partner in the industry today.

If you are interested in giving your loved ones the activity, care, comfort and dignity they deserve, you now have a choice in South Florida.

Congratulations Azalea Gardens! So far... Just great!

Recently went to Azalea Gardens to see if facility would work for my mom. However, after walking through Iron fence, I quickly noticed a very strong human urine odor throughout the gardens and well into the main office. As I waited to speak to the administrator, a "resident" walked in the main office and she reeked of feces. I could tell that she needed to be washed but she was very confused and walking in circles. It wasn't until 10 minutes later that a staff member approached her and led her away. I also noticed that it seemed as though the employees were just walking around and talking to one another rather than actually paying attention to the residents (There was 1 staff member who looked Latin, she was the only one paying attention to the residents). Before going to the facility, I checked the reviews which all seemed wonderful. It wasn't until I actually arrived that I realized that there was NO WAY that any of those residents could have written any reviews because they all seemed to be "out of it" or have Alzheimer's Disease which tells me they could not have navigated a computer to write a review. This place needs to have a thorough cleaning as well as repairs in order to even receive 1 star!!!!! Very sad place.

I wasn't expected, it was a...

I wasn't expected, it was a good thing because I saw the environment as it was... Very sad place, it smelled, the residents looked sad and hopeless, the attendants seemed to be there for the check, only, it did not feel like a caring safe place... If it did that to me, no way would I allow my loved one to be in an environment like that.

This is a Multi-duplex setu...

This is a Multi-duplex setup. Apparent doors open to the outside. Gated and very secure. Residence seemed happy and friendly but not as mobile as my mom so Azalea Gardens is not a good fit for her at this time. Staff is very friendly and helpful.

Residents all together nice...

Residents all together nice with long-term employee retention High entrance-fee, possible pricey enrichment program needed Best shower seat seen

More like Memory support pl...

More like Memory support place. Nice courtyard, locked gate to entrance. Not right for folks.

From the Community

Azalea Gardens assisted living facility offers a choice of one and two bedroom residential suites with ADA compliant bathrooms, showers with grab rails and fold down benches, California closets with built-in draws and shelves, and a 24-hour monitored emergency pull cord system. The pet-friendly community is in close proximity to several hospitals and has security cameras with family viewing access. Amenities include a grand piano for resident enjoyment, Saturday family and friends BBQ, free WiFi, and resident workstation with Skype. Staff are on site to offer assistance with activities of daily living, personal grooming, medication management and the special needs of Alzheimer's and dementia care residents.