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Barbara119476750 January 24, 2016
I visited this facility
The people were so sweet at Twin Cities. The rooms were little bit on the older side. I think it was a hospital at one time. It was painted nice, and it was clean. Two people would stay in one room. They do bingo, and some military people came out.
Caring100465450 October 17, 2014
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Twin Cities was the only one of three assisted living that accepted my sister because of her low income. My sister happened to have contacted early dementia to Alzheimer's, and she did not cooperate with them. They can't watch her every minute -- and I can't blame them -- but if it were me making the suggestion, then I would not have picked that place. The staff was as helpful as could be, but they can't watch everybody and -- as far as I am concerned -- on the weekends they were understaffed. Everything was on one floor, spread out, with 35 people in there. When I found out she was in there, I went down to visit her. She was in a room with another person, and I just knew it wasn't going to work. I had to find someplace else, and then they found another room really quick. I ate there once, I didn't care for the food, and neither did she. They had Bingo like normally and maybe somebody comes in with music once in a while and stuff like that.
SamanthaE August 23, 2012
I am a friend or relative of resident
My aunt was here for a few years before she passed and the staff took care of her very well. Some of the staff really went above and beyond helping in any way they could. I think that they do a great job and they helped her even though she was on a very fixed income.
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Twin Cities Pavilion is an assisted living facility in Niceville, FL that offers residents independent living options and daily support services.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
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