28 Assisted Living Communities in Greenville County, South Carolina
There are 28 assisted living facilities in Greenville County, SC and several assisted living facilities nearby.
Assisted Living Facilities near Greenville County, South Carolina
The Pines at Greenville Assisted Living & Memory Care
20 Hawthorne Park Court, Greenville, SC 29615
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Reviews of Assisted Living Facilities in Greenville County
July 26, 2023
The rooms is nothing like that picture. They need renovated. The nurses won't answer the phone I been up there visiting and the phone be ringing and they just keep talking. My sister had covid I went up there they didn't bother to tell me,no quarantine paper on her door and my daughter n law that's pregnant and I caught covid I have called the Administration 3 days in a row and he won't return my calls. I been up there and my sister was in unit 1 and put on her call light took them 45 min I would peek out they just standing around. This place is the pits.
October 12, 2022
CARE ONLY A FEW ACTIVITIES NO SHUTTLE BUS OFFER TWO MONTHS FREE RENT TURNS OUT NO BALCONY AND NOISY TRY TO MOVE ACROSS THE HALL WANT THE FREE MONTHS RENT BACK FIRST ALLOW A DRINKING PARTY EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT A SMART PERSON WOULD GO TO ASSISTED LIVING NEED IT OR NOT BE CAUSE IT IS STAFFED 24 / 7 AND A NURSE ON DUTY AND WILL BRING YOUR MEDS DAILY AND REFILL THEM FOR YOU YOU DO NOT WANT TO GET OLD IN THIS PLACE COCKROACHES EVERYWHERE
June 27, 2021
In 2019 this was the BEST community around! The director was amazing along with the caring and qualified staff! Sadly the director left. In March of this year they put my relative on the porch along with all belongings and said they could not return. No notice was given. This person did nothing wrong. They were angry at me and retaliated on the resident. A transfer was being arranged before this incident and the staff refused to complete the necessary documents for the transfer. I strongly voiced my displeasure which resulted in their anger with me. I noticed in a recent review, a transition period for new residents with no family contact was mentioned. This is new and ludicrous! If you care for your loved one, find another place!
March 30, 2021
Windsor House is a good fit for my mother-in-law. It's kind of a smaller home with fifty residents and thirty-eight rooms. We like the fact that they have a mixture of residents there. She can be as independent as she needs to be but also get the care that she needs. They have a doctor on call and nurses come in. They're very attentive to the residents' individual needs in terms of food and lifestyle, so to speak. She's in a single room; she has a bathroom and a living space. They allowed us to bring furniture from her home, and they provide the cable setup in her room. She doesn't have a need for a telephone but they would provide one, and I think there's an extra charge for that. She liked the fact that for the price it was all inclusive; there are not a lot of add-ons because she's on a very limited budget. They play bingo, and they have activities every single day that they can participate in as they wish. Every day they can look at the board with a list of activities available that week, and the residents are allowed to participate if they're interested. They have a library, which is good since she likes to read; they have a living room with a fireplace where they can sit and read; and they have community dining -- it's a nice setting. The activities are a little limited right now due to the COVID shutdown. The staff I've interacted with are very nice, and the layout of the place is very nice.
March 20, 2021
My father is at The Legacy at Southpointe Drive. It's been good. It's a nice place for him. The staff is great. There has been a lot of confusion financially, but mostly everything has been resolved. They feed him three meals a day, and he has his own refrigerator and groceries. He is able to snack when he wants, so it's pretty convenient. They have a fitness center, but because of COVID, they really haven't been able to get him up there yet. I would like to look into some kind of therapy or somebody who can help him with his exercises because he's not doing them. When you walk into his apartment, there is a full-sized bathroom to the left. It has a walk-in shower, which is important, because he doesn't have a lot of strength in his legs. To the right, there's a mini-kitchen, a sink, a microwave, and a full refrigerator. He has a bed on one side, his chair on the other, and a TV hookup. It's a nice place, but it's kind of expensive.
February 12, 2021
We saw Windsor House just on the outside. The grounds were clean. We saw two rooms from an outside entrance. The rooms were nice and big with their own bathroom, but I think you had to bring your own furniture. One room had furnishings, the other one was empty. With the price, they should provide furnishings because it's a lot of money. I only met one person, and he was very nice. My one big concern is that these things are expensive. They're right against the road, which I don't know if that's too ideal because if somebody tried to walk out or something, they could be in big trouble. There were no gates. I think they probably should have a gate. They're right on Pelham Road, and Pelham Road is a very busy road. They had meals and activities planned, but you had to bring somebody in for care. They should have a gate going to the road, so that people couldn't walk off. The building itself was good. It's nice and clean, and there's a park that you can walk on and a lot of outdoor seating. It felt comfortable there. The only one issue I had was there should've been a gate because it's a very busy road and somebody could just walk out because the rooms had outside entrances. If you're a little confused, you can just walk off and walk out into the street.
February 1, 2021
I visited Windsor House. They charge $2000 a month, and as my husband moves up a level, it does not go up, so it's a flat fee. He hasn't spent one day there yet, but his room is all setup. Everything's taken care of and I'm going to pay to hold that room. He hasn't moved in yet, but they did a fabulous job working with me. We went and stayed in a family room, and the staff took a video with his phone and we liked what we saw. They were very nice. I called several times and I've only talked to the same administrator and customer service person every day, but the med tech was the one that I spoke with during the tour. The room is 310 square feet. It's a deluxe room, and it's semi-private. I ordered everything ahead of time and it got there ahead of time. They have all kinds of activities. They have PT there and basic cable that they pay for. My husband can't operate a cellphone, but they said they probably had an old phone that they could plug up and use. They've got a pharmacy network that takes care of medications, a doctor and nurse that come in once a month and a med tech that delivers the medications. It was clean, homey, and privately owned. They were extremely nice. One of their activities was taking them out to eat. The facility was very traditional. It's not far off from the kind of home we have.
October 5, 2020
Our tour was very nice and we were impressed. The second time I visited my husband went with me and we liked it. The personnel was wonderful. They have a library, chapel, they have an exercise room, and they gave us a list of their menus.
July 14, 2020
This is not a good place for your loves ones. I am being nice in this review. If I could give no stars I would. This was a bad experience. My parent had to contact me to tell them to change her or get good. I don’t know if they are short staff but not a good place to go.
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