Based on our family's experience, this is a very poorly run facility for Assisted Living residents, and a dangerous place for Memory Care. Twenty-seven days after my parents moved into Harbor Chase, the family called for a meeting with the Executive Director to discuss concerns about my father's care: doctor's orders not being followed; family not notified of a scabies outbreak at the facility; ongoing medication errors; residents in Memory Care left unattended; and other health and safety issues. After excusing herself to call another corporate representative, the Executive Director returned to the meeting and abruptly ordered my mother and other family members present to "find another facility" within 45 days. We were offered no option other than to comply with the Executive Director's order. Medication errors and safety issues brought to the table were left unaddressed. My parents moved out twenty-two days later, at the earliest possible date following the Executive Director's order to vacate. Later, when the issue of the deposit was argued, the Executive Director denied having ordered my parents to move. Intotal, my parents paid Harbor Chase more than $15,000.00 for a fifty-day stay and bore the cost of moving out. As per the terms of the Residency Agreement, my parents were owed a refund of Community Fees totaling $3,500.00. In addition, they were owed pro-rated rental fees. My mother requested - in writing - copies of medication logs and other documentation missing from the package of "complete records" given her by Harbor Chase at the time she and my father vacated. Neither monies owed them, nor copies of missing medical logs and documentation were ever provided. In response to our demand letter, an attorney for Harbor Chase offered my parents a one-thousand dollar ($1,000.00) settlement, on the condition that we never disclose what happened while they were at Harbor Chase. We did not accept the offer. My father's safety and well-being were at risk the entire time he was a Memory Care resident. My mother was disrespected and marginalized for speaking out about problems she saw in both Assisted Living and Memory Care. Harbor Chase looked lovely during our tour and appeared to be well-staffed, but the tour was deceptive, especially in Memory Care. After my father moved in, there were never more than half the number of staff members we saw during the tour, and sometimes no staff at all in the locked area. On one occasion, around 11:00pm when no staff was present in Memory Care, my father was hit over the head by another resident. Fortunately, my mother was visiting at the time; she intervened. Later, Harbor Chase denied the incident ever happened. In our opinion, Harbor Chase is unsafe. If you are considering this or any other long-term care facility, check the credentials of every staff member who will be caring for you or your loved one. Be sure every staff member's certification is up to date. Check with the State of Florida to see if any complaints have been filed against the facility, or if any violations have been reported. If we had done all this, we would never have chosen Harbor Chase.