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1145 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Belleair, FL 33756
Based on 61 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care
Seasons Belleair DescriptionSeasons Assisted Living community provides a secure and comfortable atmosphere for seniors to live independently while receiving assistance with their daily needs. These activities may range from bathing, dressing and administering medication to aiding mobility and beyond. Our experienced team is here to assist you in completing these tasks securely while still honoring your autonomy. Seasons Assisted Living communities provide a vibrant atmosphere for seniors to live in, with luxurious accommodations and the opportunity to meet other peers at this stage of life.
Assisted LivingSeasons Assisted Living community offers seniors a secure and independent lifestyle, with the added bonus of assistance for daily tasks. These activities can range from the everyday essentials such as bathing, dressing and medication administration to more complex tasks like mobility assistance. Our expertly-educated personnel are available to assist you in completing these duties securely while still honoring your autonomy. Seasons Assisted Living communities offer the perfect place for seniors to call home, providing comfortable living quarters and a vibrant atmosphere where they can connect with others of their age.
Memory CareAlzheimer's and Dementia can be a difficult experience for everyone, leading to an array of feelings or prompting inquiries such as: What fate awaits the wellbeing of my beloved? Although the unknown can be daunting, having a good grasp on what to expect and how to prepare for it will make your journey feel much more manageable. You don't have to take this journey solo. If you need a helping hand, Seasons Memory Care communities provide an ideal atmosphere for those living with Alzheimer's and Dementia.
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of FL. It is a large-sized community with 88 total beds.
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Mom has been a resident for 3 years now and the ease of mind knowing she is well cared for, safe and happy means everything in the world to me. I have found the staff to be highly proactive in putting Mom’s welfare first and foremost. Communication from the staff to my sister and me is outstanding. Mom loves her “apartment,” the daily and special activities as well as her friends. Without hesitation I recommend Seasons Belleair for friends or family requiring memory care.
My Mother in law was there since September 2018. The staff seemed like they really cared about her. She had Alzheimer’s. When we visited in her in October 2018, she seemed very happy. They have many activities for their residents. My Mother in law just passed away on April 24, 2019. I’m glad she was in a caring facility such as Seasons!! Our Family thanks them for taking such good care of Mom.💕
Be careful! After 2 years as a Season's resident, my 95 year old mother-in-law was sent to the ER after a fall last Friday and they phoned the ER and told them they would NOT accept her back at Season's. No notice, no family conference, no issues brought to our attention prior to that. After she was medically cleared at the ER she had no place to go, and was ultimately involuntarily admitted via Baker Act to a Geri-Psych unit in Tampa. We are now looking for another placement for her. I have been Season's biggest fan - no more! As long as I can reach this site, I will keep telling people our story - no matter how many times it gets deleted by 'someone.'
My mom recently was in residence. Unfortunately it was only for less thanA week but the staff treated her kindly and tried to involve her in activities. The staff was helpful and attentive to my requests. I absolutely recommend this for a Memory care facility for those who cannot function in an independent living facility. The place is clean and the residents don't just sit around.
Dont even deserve 1 star worked over 6 years at this place and gave it my all I was the longest lasting employee in that building including administrators 23 to be exact I was black mailed and treated like trash just imagine how it is for the residents please dont put your loved one in this place I know trust me
My mother-in-law had a recent stay in the hospital and the Seasons would not allow her return! An 85 year old woman with dementia was getting to be "too much." We were told she could age in place when we placed her there. Not true! Don't believe anything they tell you. The place has only been open a couple of years and has their 7th administrator.
My Grammy was dead in a month!My grandmother moved into Seasons Belleair on October 13. The room that they showed us on our tour was very nice. The room that my grandmother moved into what is lacking in comparison. In their words, she was the highest functioning of their residences. She walked with a walker, she could hold conversations, she would use the restroom by herself as well as eat and drink on her own. On November 16 she passed away. During her stay at Seasons she was more times than not in other people’s clothing that was clearly labeled. She would have food in her teeth and on her face at visits. On our third visit my grandmother had multiple bruises on both of her arms. When I asked about them I was told it she can be clumsy and bump into things. A few weeks into living here, my grandmother took a fall. She dislocated her elbow. I asked to see the video. I was told by Christina that it was “disheartening” that I wanted to see it. In my opinion, she should’ve offered! We are trusting our loved ones in their care and they should be transparent when accidents happen. I should not have been made to feel guilty about wanting to make sure my grandmother was being cared for properly. My grandmother’s arm was placed in just a sling. As a person that has dementia, she did not know not to move her arm. She ended up re-dislocating it. On November 10 she went to Morton Plant because of this. After being evaluated at the hospital they discovered that she had a raging UTI! Her kidneys were in failure and she was days away from death. My grandmother‘s private part was scratched so raw! The nurses and aids changing her diapers would have seen this and should have taken immediate action. On top of this, my grandmother was dehydrated. If it wasn’t for her elbow she would’ve passed away at Seasons while in their care. Unfortunately, she declined so rapidly at the hospital that she was moved to hospice by Sunday and passed away on Tuesday. When I returned to Seasons to pick up her belongings, the front desk lady, Joan, mistook me for someone else (I’d had been coming twice a week since she moved in) and was very unprofessional. I had an appointment at 12:30. Everyone should’ve known that I was coming. Not one administrator was available. It has been five days since her passing and no one from Seasons has reached out to me or my family to share their condolences. The month that my grandmother spent at Seasons cost us $10,000 and they can’t even bother to make a phone call. I expressed how I felt Joan was rude to us on multiple occasions and rude to my grandmother‘s best friend who tried to visit weekly. I was told that she was English so she may seem that way! I was made to feel like I was annoying checking on my grandmother’s health when in reality I should’ve been checking on her more! I truly feel that if my grandmother never moved into Seasons Belleair she would still be with us today. Medical care at this facility is unacceptable! I am including a picture of the day she moved in as well as the bruises in her arm. I’m also including a picture of her the day she was admitted to the hospital.
When our moms dimentia progressed we were frantic in our search for a memory care. After many unsuccessful searches we came across Seasons , I can sincerely tell you the staff at Seasons is by far the most professional , sincere and outstanding and caring staff we have encountered . Our mom has flourished in just 2 months and my sisters and I couldn’t be happier and feel comfortable in knowing she is safe and being well cared for with respect and a very enthusiastic caring staff I give Seasons a 10 : Chris Tourigny ( Rhoda is my mom)
As the Administrator of Seasons Belleair Memory Care, I am proud to announce our 100% Deficiency Free Biennial Survey! Our staff are of the most caring and efficient that I have worked with in the Senior Living Industry. Their hard work shines throughout, from the beautiful community enhancements to the smiling faces of our loved residents. The amazing team of Seasons Belleair make it a priority to appropriately enhance the lives of our cherished residents using specialized techniques for our dedicated memory care community. Seasons Belleair Memory Care deserves 6 stars!
Sad sad sad, new management that seems not to care how understaffed and overworked aids are, new nursing director who is never available, either busy on her cell or out of the facility. Poor communication. Seems like no one is in charge. I will be getting my loved one out of there soon. Surprised that place did not get shut down by the state yet.1 star for management and nursing director , shame!5 stars for the hard working aids, you know who you are. Thank you.
This place should not be allowed to operate. Unskilled/uncaring caregivers, unresponsive directors and no one checking to see if your loved one has been fed, changed, etc... mother was slowly starving to death. Calls aren't returned, caregivers are also kitchen help, do housekeeping, take care of laundry and lastly - there for the residents. What they "aren't" doing for their residents is criminal. Do NOT send your loved ones here. Turnover rate is high and many residents are leaving. It is a "warehouse" - they all deserve respect and dignity and it's sadly missing at Seasons.
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