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Twin Cities Pavillion

1053 John Sims Parkway, Niceville, FL 32578

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3.5

(6 reviews)

Offers Assisted Living
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$2,800/mo



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Reviews of Twin Cities Pavillion in Niceville, Florida

3.5

(6 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.0

  • Staff

    4.3

  • Food

    4.0

  • Activities

    3.0

  • Value

    5.0

Tina

4

January 30, 2022

I visited this facility

Twin Cities Pavilion was very nice. The person who gave the tour was very nice and very helpful. The rooms depend on size, if my mother-in-law has to have a roommate, it was pretty decent and was pretty big. If she has to live by herself, the room was pretty small. The cleanliness was very good so far from what I could tell, the maintenance was up to date. The dining area was just a typical dining area. Nothing was going on when I went, but they have some activities. I like that it is privatized and it's a smaller community. The only thing I don't like about it is it's right in the middle of town.

Floyd63

5

March 28, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

This place is wonderful! It isn't one of the newer fancier assistant living facilities but the staff make up for that. It meets all of my mom's needs and I feel very confident she is in great hands.

P.D.

1

January 13, 2018

I visited this facility

I checked out Twin Cities Pavilion in Niceville, and I wouldn't put a dog in there. It was filthy, there wasn't enough staff, and the residents looked like they were pretty much on their own to do everything. The staff members were nice enough, but the place definitely needs a good scrubbing and lots of upgrades. They also don't have full-time RNs on staff.

Barbara119476750

4

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

2

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

5

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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Costs for Twin Cities Pavillion in Niceville, Florida

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$2,800

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Twin Cities Pavillion in Niceville, Florida

Room and housing options

  • Housing Extra: Private & Single Occupancy

Health services

  • Hospice Care

Diet

  • Low Salt

About Twin Cities Pavillion in Niceville, Florida

More than just a residence, Twin Cities Pavilion is a place to call home. Established in 1981 and licensed by the State of Florida to provide both Standard and Extended Congregate Care.

We were established to provide a safe living alternative for persons who are not secure living alone. Residents are encouraged to function at their highest level of personal ability. Level of assistance we provide is in accordance with the State guidelines and the personal needs of each resident. The facility provides a continuum of care through the end of life with the support of Hospice.

RESIDENT SERVICE:

Meals:
Menus are developed with a registered dietitian to assure nutritional balance. Salt, sugar, and fats are restricted in meal preparation. Individuals are free to season foods to taste at the table. Meals are served in the main Dining Room and residents are expected to go. Temporary room service is provided for persons returning from a hospital stay or experiencing a short-term illness.

Housekeeping:
Each resident should maintain order in their personal area. The level of assistance will be determined by an individual assessment of the residents' capabilities by the Facility Director.

Activities:
Social interaction among residents is highly encouraged to help residents remain cognitive and to help make retirement more enjoyable. Planned activities include BINGO, crafts, board games, and community outings/field trips and more. Many of these activities are sponsored by local churches, organizations, groups, or individual volunteers to enhance the quality of life for residents. Special events are planned throughout the year by a community caring for it's elders.

Medication Supervision:
Our Facility Staff Members are not licensed to administer medications; however, they are trained to supervise and record self-administration of medications by the residents. Medications will be kept and received in a centrally located area in individual containers. Residents are required to come to the site at designated times to receive their doses as prescribed by their Health Care Providers.

Personal Care:
Help with bathing, shampooing, and dressing is provided as a service to residents. The degree of assistance provided is based on individual need and level of care as outlined in State guidelines for Activities of Daily Living.

Health Care:
The facility is located approximately three miles from a hospital and several physician office complexes. Staff will assist residents in arranging appointments as the need arises. Transportation and an escort is available, should the resident desire it, for an additional cost In the event of an emergency, the County's 911 emergency services will be called. Level of Care Category is regulated by State guidelines and in consultation with attending Physician, Facility Director, Resident Sponsor, and CARES.

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