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Prices for Independent Living in Fort Myers start at $2,500.00.
"Brookdale were friendly, and they took me around to an apartment that a woman was living in. The place was lovely, and I would love to move there. I had no question about the facility, but I just..." More
"A friend of my mother's went into Calusa Harbour for rehab, and they recommended it. They have independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing care all in the same facility. My mother is..." More
"My father chooses The Palm of Fort Myers because it has less of a memory care population. So, he feels he can socialize and be stimulated. He does not need memory care at all. He wants to be with..." More
"Barkley Place was very nice. They offered a lot. Financially, it was a little more expensive, but other than that, everything was fine. It was very nice. The rooms weren't quite as spacious as the..." More
"I've been here at Myerlee Manor for 16 years now. I own a condominium here. I have a two-bedroom-two-bath and I'm very satisfied with it. It is very convenient. The facility is very well run. They..." More
"I’ve bought a home here in Jamaica Bay and I'm very well satisfied with it. These are homes not a building. I have two bedrooms but there so many here with three and four bedrooms. It’s very good..." More
"The staff at Gulf Coast Village was fine, but it was way too expensive. Also there were not many activities when we visited. We just took a tour of the apartments. The apartments were really,..." More
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