Skilled Nursing, Religious Affiliation, Non Profit, Memory Unit, Independent Living, Garden Apartments, Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), Condos, Assisted Living, Apartments, 55+ or Age Restricted
What Gulf Coast Village is like
Gulf Coast Village is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) located in Cape Coral, Florida. We offer a rich array of services and amenities that are focused on living well. The complete security of a full continuum of health care is always available if ever needed. Services include Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, Specialized Memory Support, Home Health and Outpatient Services. Gulf Coast Village is the smart solution for the uncertainty of the future. Our sponsor, Volunteers of America, is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.
Social Events Planned
Kitchen- Catering or Community
Chapel or Worship Services
Card Games or Bridge
Arts & Crafts Studio
Trails for Walking or Biking
Spa or Sauna
Banking on Site
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What others are saying about Gulf Coast Village
So Happy with our choice
We picked Gulf Coast Village for mom and could not be happier. She adjusted real well and made alot of friends here like a kid in school. It was tough aat first for my brothers and sisters to make this decision but after a few months of doing the back and forth of taking care of the house and our own familys it was really evident that we had to do something. We saw a few of the other places in town, including the very ritzy place, and Gulf Coast Village beats it hands down. Everyone here is friendly and smiling and helps you no matter what you need.
Mom had to have a hip fixed an she went to the nursing side when she left the hospital and they knew who she was and they were ready to take care of her. Those therapists were great. They made sure she was good to go. I don\'t know who worked who harder, mom or the therapist.
We eat with mom sometimes and the food is good. It\'s not like a Picadilly. It\'s actually really good food. You would want to eat here that is how good it is.
She loves it here and we are thrilled. She is beginning to need a little bit of help and we hired one of their home health aides to go visit with her since we all work and can\'t go all the time. It has been a blessing to have that all right there.
Oh and she loves the bowling tournaments!
Posted by Everett on May 06, 2013
Gulf Coast Village Entrance fee refunds
I want to warn anybody that is thinking of going to Gulf Coast Village. The entrance fee refund due my late father\'s estate has taken years to get. They have forced me to hire a lawyer to use legal means to try to get the refund as it is holding up the settlement and beneficiary payments. It is also creating a financial burden for the estate. I was told it would take 6 months at the most - it has been over 3 years.