Dear residents, family and loved ones,

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and understanding, as together, we weathered Hurricane Ian this past week. Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our residents is at the heart of every decision we make at Discovery Senior Living, and the trust you place in us each day is of the utmost importance to our team. We are pleased to report that aside from some small maintenance issues, operations have returned to normal at all our affected communities. Our residents have remained social and active, and have been holding small gatherings, maintaining routines and finding ways both big and small to stay entertained. We’re all in this together!

Sincerely,

Discovery Senior Living

 

 

 

Aston Gardens At Pelican Marsh | Aston Gardens At Pelican Pointe | Aston Gardens At Sun City Center | Aston Gardens At The Courtyards | Aston Gardens At Tampa Bay | Discovery Commons At Bradenton | Discovery Commons South Biscayne | Discovery Village At Boynton Beach | Discovery Village At Deerwood | Discovery Village At Melbourne | Discovery Village At Naples IL and AL | Discovery Village At Sarasota Bay AL/MC | Discovery Village At Sarasota Bay IL | Discovery Village At Tampa Palms | Discovery Village At The Forum AL | Discovery Village At The Forum IL | Discovery Village At Stuart | Discovery Village At Westchase | Discovery Village Vero Beach | Discovery Commons Cypress Point

Aston Gardens At Parkland Commons

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)
All community operations are now back to normal. The team is offering to assist those impacted by the hurricane in any way they can. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 5:30PM)

Our Executive Director Paul with his adorable dog Wiley! The assisted living and memory care residents enjoyed having this furry visitor around!
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(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00 AM)

As the storm continues to make landfall, our power remains on here on the east coast. Strong winds and some tornadoes in the area, but the property remains in good condition. Food was delivered yesterday to all residents, so they did not have to brave the elements to get to the clubhouse today. The dining room will re-open Thursday unless weather conditions change. Everyone is safe.

Aston Gardens At Pelican Marsh

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)

All community operations are now back to normal. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th, 5:00 PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

Our community’s hot water has been restored. We are working extensively on cleaning up and restoration from any debris that may have come within our community. Our leadership team has been in communication with roofing contractors to be onsite next week to do a full inspection. At this time, there appears to be no water intrusions or issues that Hurricane Ian may have caused. Residents and team members are safe and in good spirits.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th, 6PM)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone well Informed. We urge that you continue to check back for incoming news announcements and information.

Our community is navigating through some challenges as a result of the storm. We are reporting that though we have retained power, we have lost hot water, landline phone access cable and internet connection. The leadership team is manually delivering updates to all residents and coordinating ways to safely arrange technical support to get systems back up and running. We are planning to serve dinner tomorrow in the dining room if the weather holds as forecasted. Despite these challenges we assure you that everyone is keeping safe.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th, 11AM)

As the storm continues to make land, our power remains on. Two (2) team members have been assigned to each residential building and will remain onsite during the duration of the storm. Food will be delivered to any residents who do not have food rations for the next few days. We are not experiencing any water intrusion or downed trees at this time. The property remains secure and everyone is safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th, 11:00AM)

Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Aston Gardens At Pelican Pointe

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Saturday Oct 1st 1:00PM)
Currently, we have generators powering essential services including meals, security, and some lighting. We are not at full power yet, which limits our ability to power the entire community. We will provide another update soon. We appreciate your patience!

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)
Our area continues to experience intermittent internet and cell service. The Assisted Living and Memory Care building is currently operating on generator power and an additional generator was delivered today to support the Independent Living clubhouse and resident needs. Remediation resources have been onsite since yesterday assisting in the clean-up of the property and all building access is cleared and can be navigated by staff and residents. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 5:30PM)

Additional generators are being delivered to help assist in powering our Independent Living kitchen. Remediation resources have been deployed and are currently assisting in clean up efforts throughout our community sidewalks, parking lots and additional outdoor spaces. Our Medical Director, has sheltered on site and has been a great comfort to our residents and team members. Residents and team members are safe.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 1:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

Our community is recovering from damage across a few areas. This morning, our assisted living and memory care facilities are operating on generators to keep our residents comfortable, including those in independent living. Our residents and team members safety and well-being remain our top priority. They are all safe and in good spirits. Our leadership team has been working extensively on deploying resource teams to assist with clean up and remediation.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 6:00PM)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone well Informed. We urge that you continue to check back for incoming news announcements and information.

Our community is navigating through some challenges as a result of the storm. We are reporting that our community has lost power, many trees and some awnings are down. At this time there is no access to Hampstead and Bristol buildings due to the storm damage but team members are stationed inside those buildings. EMT cannot respond until safe to do so. Rest assured that despite the challenges, our team members are working hard to insure the safety of our residents.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00 AM)

As the storm continues to make land, our power remains on. Residents on the 1st and 3rd or 4th floors that wanted to be in a communal area have been escorted to the second floor of all Independent Living residential buildings where staff will remain stationed throughout the storm to aid if needed. There are a few trees down on the property, but the property remains in good condition at this time and everyone is safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 11:00AM)

Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Aston Gardens At Sun City Center

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)
All community operations are now back to normal. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 5:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

Our community is still without power. The safety and security of our residents and team members are our top priority. All residents and team members are safe and in great spirits. We have remediation resources deployed and working extensively in clean up efforts around our community.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 8:30PM)

Our community continues to navigate through some challenges as a result of the storm. We have lost power in within our community. Our leadership team is working diligently with local power company to assure us that our power will be restored. All residents and team members are safe.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 6:00PM)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone well Informed. We urge that you continue to check back for incoming news announcements and information.

Our community is navigating through some challenges as a result of the storm. We are reporting that though we have retained power, we have lost the function of one of our elevators. As soon as it is safe, maintenance will be on site to correct the issue. All residents had food today and food delivered are planned for tomorrow.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00AM)

As the storm continues to make landfall, our power remains on. There is a meal delivery scheduled for today to cover residents needs for tomorrow, as the clubhouse will be closed for the storm. Team members are assigned to each building and will remain for the duration of the storm to assist with any needs. The property remains in good condition, and everyone is safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 11:00AM)

Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Aston Gardens At The Courtyards

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 9:00PM)
All community operations are getting back to normal. Power has been restored. Everyone is safe and well.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)
Our community is currently operating on generator power. The city is working aggressively to restore normal power and they hope to have back up by this evening. A central charging station is available to IL residents to charge cell phones, hearing aids, etc. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 5:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

Our community is still operating under generators and they are fully operable. All residents and team members are safe and in great spirits. We have remediation resources deployed and working extensively in clean up efforts around our community.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 6:00PM)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone well Informed. We urge that you continue to check back for incoming news announcements and information.

Our community is navigating through some challenges as a result of the storm. We are reporting loss of power, but our Assisted Living generator is up and running and we have team members making routine checks in all Independent Living buildings. Residents were able to enjoy a nice lunch before the power loss.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00AM)

As the storm continues to make landfall, our power remains on. Team members are getting residents food to be delivered for tomorrow and have started setting up a nice buffet today. We have plenty of dedicated team members on hand here to meet residents needs. The property remains in good condition, our assisted living is fully staffed and enjoying regular dining. Everyone is safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 11:00AM)

Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Aston Gardens At Tampa Bay

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)
All community operations are now back to normal. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Wednesday, Sept 28th 6:00pm)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone well Informed. We urge that you continue to check back for incoming news announcements and information.

Our community has remained stable during the storm. We are happy to report that all is quiet, we are doing well, and our community is coming together and staying safe.

 

(Wednesday, Sept 28th 11:00am)

As the storm continues to make land, our power remains on. Team members will be positioned in all Independent Living residential buildings as of late afternoon and will remain throughout the duration of the storm. Meals for breakfast and lunch were normal and the clubhouse will shut down at 3pm today in preparation for the storm. Residents are stocked with food and water. Assisted Living and Memory Care residents are doing well at our sister host community. They will return once the evacuation order is lifted and an all clear is received.

 

(Tuesday, Sept 27th 6:00pm)

Our Assisted Living and Memory Care residents have safely arrived to our host community during evacuation. They were in great spirits and smiling on the bus ride!

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 2:00PM)

Our Assisted Living and Memory Care communities are currently being evacuated in advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall. Residents enjoyed lunch and are being safely transported to other DSL host communities. They are all accompanied by our team of professionals, and beverages and snacks are being provided during the journey. Host communities are set up with all the necessities including air mattresses, bedding, and towels, and everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Commons At Bradenton

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 2:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community. Our community currently is operating with full power in the building. Residents and team members are safe and in good spirits.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 2:00PM)

As the storm continues to move northwest, we are experiencing increasing wind and rain. Small debris on the ground. Power remains on and everyone is safe and well.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 11:00AM)

There is currently a slight increase in wind & rain. Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Discovery Commons South Biscayne

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 1:30PM)
As we continue to navigate the effects of the storm, the safety of our residents and the open communication between our team members and throughout our community is our priority.

Our community’s power and water are fully operational. We also have plenty of water on hand. Phone lines are still down, but we will continue to update you on the status. Hoffman St. is now safe for travel, while crews are continuing to clear debris from the property. Meanwhile, our residents will be enjoying Happy Hour this afternoon with strawberry daiquiris.

We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 2:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community. Our community currently is operating with full power in the building. The facility is under a low water pressure and boil water order, but are stocked with plenty of water. First floor assisted living residents have returned to their apartments last night after temporary relocation. Memory Care resident spent the night comfortably on the second floor. They have also returned to their apartments. Residents and team members are safe and in good spirits.

 

Unfortunately, Hoffman St. is obstructed after excessive flooding. At this time it is unsafe to travel in/out from our community. However, we are working extensively to clean our community.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 2:00PM)

As the storm continues to move northwest, we are experiencing increasing wind and rain. All Memory Care residents have relocated to the 2nd floor. Power remains on and everyone is safe and well.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00AM)

There is currently a slight increase in wind & rain. Memory Care residents are relocating to Assisted Living side to 2nd/3rd floor. Everyone is Safe and we are prepared.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 1:00PM)

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Discovery Village At Boynton Beach

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(October 1st – 9:30AM)

Discovery Village At Boynton Beach has been continuing normal operations. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. Our community is very fortunate that we did not suffer any issues in result of Hurricane Ian.

(Thursday Sept 29th 8:00PM)

As Hurricane Ian has passed through Florida, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

We are fortunate that the storm left no impact to our community. Team members and residents are all safe and are in great spirits as they continue they regular daily activities.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:00PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. Everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At Deerwood

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(October 1st 9:30AM)

Discovery Village At Deerwood has been continuing normal operations. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. Our community is very fortunate that we did not suffer any issues in result of Hurricane Ian.

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:00PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. Everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At The Forum – Assisted Living

(Sunday Oct 2nd 2:00 PM)

Pretty much business as usual with the exception of some team members and home office staff being sheltered in place.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 8:00AM)

As we continue to navigate the effects of the storm, the safety of our residents and the open communication between our team members and throughout our community is our priority.

At our assisted living and memory care community continues to host and accommodate the residents from our sister community. With the support of our team members, our seniors are keeping their spirits up the residents were able to enjoy a nice hot breakfast this morning. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 3:00PM)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone posted. We urge that you continue to stay informed by keeping up with incoming news announcements and information.

Our community has remained stable in the storm. We have advised our residents to keep away from windows. As we continue to maintain power, our residents are watching movies in interior rooms as our team members are still working to meet the needs of our residents. We assure you that everyone is keeping safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 7:30PM)

The first bus of incoming residents arrived just in time for dinner. Team is handling the  bedding arrangements and everyone continues to be safe and well.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:00PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. Everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At The Forum – Active Independent Living

(Sunday Oct 2nd 2:00 PM)

Pretty much business as usual with the exception of some team members and home office staff being sheltered in place.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 8:00AM)

As we continue to navigate the effects of the storm, the safety of our residents and the open communication between our team members and throughout our community is our priority.

At our independent living building, we report that there is some damage from the storm. There is some water intrusion, a few balcony screens are out, and though there is still no cable or internet access, with the support of our team members, our seniors are keeping safe as we navigate the rest of the storm. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 3:00PM)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone posted. We urge that you continue to stay informed by keeping up with incoming news announcements and information.

Our community has remained stable in the storm. We have planned a community dinner at the clubhouse. We are maintaining power and our team members are still working to meet the needs of the residents. We assure you that everyone is keeping safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:00PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. Everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At Melbourne

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 2:00PM)

As the storm continues to move northwest, we are experiencing increasing wind and rain. Some residents are playing card games. Power remains on and everyone is safe and well.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00AM)

There is currently a slight increase in wind & rain. Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

Discovery Village At Naples – Active Independent Living & Assisted Living

(Sunday Oct 2nd 2:00 PM)

We are back to business as usual. Happy to have the support of Chef Laureen and our visiting chef from Texas.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 8:00AM) – Independent Living

As we continue to navigate the effects of the storm, the safety of our residents and the open communication between our team members and throughout our community is our priority.

Our independent living residents that were being hosted by our sister community were able to return safely. Though there is still no phone or internet access, with the support of our team members, our seniors are keeping their spirits up. One of our residents hosted a party which was a huge success and yesterday our resident’s enjoyed bingo and a few movies. Everyone is happy and safe. We encourage you to stay up to date with information here to navigate the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 3:00PM) – Independent Living

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone posted. We urge that you continue to stay informed by keeping up with incoming news announcements and information.

Our community has remained stable in the storm. Our residents and guest enjoyed lunch together in the main dining room, one resident has even planned a party on the third floor after dinner. We are happy to report that our community is coming together and staying safe.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 8:00AM) – Assisted Living & Memory Care

As we continue to navigate the effects of the storm, the safety of our residents and the open communication between our team members and throughout our community is our priority.

At our assisted living and memory care building, we report that there is some damage from the storm. A few trees are down in the parking lot, and though there is still no cable or internet access, with the support of our team members, our seniors are keeping their spirits up. Our residents have been able to maintain a nightly bingo game in the Legend’s bar. Everyone is happy and safe. We encourage you to stay up to date with information here to navigate the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 3:00PM) – Assisted Living & Memory Care

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone posted. We urge that you continue to stay informed by keeping up with incoming news announcements and information.

Our community has remained stable in the storm. Over 31 residents are enjoying a Bingo session in the bar are. Despite a few downed trees in the parking lot we assure you that everyone is safe and we are happy to report that our community is coming together and staying safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 7:30PM)

Dinner was a success and have had no issues with power. The remaining guest beds are being set up for more incoming residents arriving any moment. An abundance of dedicated team members is staying over to aide residents throughout the evening. A resident meeting was held at 3pm to a packed house, while staff had a meeting at 6:30pm to assign duties. All is well with the weather so far, and everyone continues to be safe and well.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:00PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. Residents we are hosting from sister communities have arrived and everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At Palm Beach Gardens

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 2:00PM)

As the storm continues to move northwest, all is well. Power remains on and everyone is safe and well. Resident have been signing karaoke this afternoon.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00AM)

There is currently a slight increase in wind & rain. Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

Discovery Village At Sarasota Bay – Assisted Living & Memory care

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(October 1st 9:30AM)

Discovery Village At Sarasota Bay’s Assisted Living & Memory Care evacuated residents have all safely returned back to our community.  Our community power, cable and A/C is fully operable. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 9:20PM)

Memory care residents enjoying some fresh air in the courtyard at our Mariposa community in Lake Worth, FL.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 8:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

Our assisted living residents have returned home in time for dinner. The community is currently running on generator power but the residents were very happy to return to their own apartments. Our memory care residents are still being hosted at our Mariposa community in Lake Worth, Florida. We will have another update once we feel the drive to Sarasota is safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 7:30PM)

A few essential team members have remained at the community to monitor and secure the community.

 

(Tuesday, Sept 27th 6:00pm)

Our Assisted Living and Memory Care residents have safely arrived to our host community during evacuation. They were in great spirits and smiling on the bus ride!

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 2:00PM)

Our Assisted Living and Memory Care communities are currently being evacuated in advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall. Residents enjoyed lunch and are being safely transported to other DSL host communities. They are all accompanied by our team of professionals, and beverages and snacks are being provided during the journey. Host communities are set up with all the necessities including air mattresses, bedding, and towels, and everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At Sarasota Bay – Active Independent Living

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

(October 1st 9:30AM)

Discovery Village At Sarasota Bay’s Independent Living evacuated residents have all safely returned back to our community. Our community is continuing normal operations and is fortunate to not have lost power. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather.
(Tuesday, Sept 27th 6:00pm)

Our Active Independent Living residents have safely arrived to our host community during evacuation. They were in great spirits and smiling on the bus ride!

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 2:00PM)

Our Active Independent Living community is currently being evacuated in advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall. Residents enjoyed lunch and are being safely transported to other DSL host communities. They are all accompanied by our team of professionals, and beverages and snacks are being provided during the journey. Host communities are set up with all the necessities including air mattresses, bedding, and towels, and everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At Tampa Palms

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 2:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community. Our residents and team members are safe and returning home this morning and are in good spirits. We are continuing normal operations.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 2:00PM)

As the storm continues to move northwest, all is well. Power remains on and everyone is safe.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00AM)

There is currently a slight increase in wind & rain. Residents from our sister community arrived last night and everyone is safe and we are prepared.

 

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Discovery Village At Stuart

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)

Discovery Village At Stuart has been continuing normal operations. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. Our community is very fortunate that we did not suffer any issues in result of Hurricane Ian.

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:00PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. The community’s backup generator has been filled and is fully operational. Outdoor furniture and loose items have been secured. A resident meeting scheduled for this afternoon. Everyone is safe and well.

Discovery Village At Westchase

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)
All community operations are now back to normal. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 28th 6:00PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

Our community is in good shape and has suffered little to no impact from the storm. We are working extensively on cleaning up and restoration from any debris that may have come within our community. Residents and team members are safe and in good spirits.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 6:00PM)

As we continue to monitor the storm and the status of our communities, we remain committed to keeping everyone well Informed. We urge that you continue to check back for incoming news announcements and information.

Our community has remained stable in the storm. We are happy to report that all is quiet, we are doing well, and our community is coming together and staying safe.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 11:00AM)

As the storm continues to make landfall, our power remains on. Residents and team members are doing well and comfortable with business as usual. Team members will remain on-site and sheltering in place to assist residents throughout the duration of the storm. Everyone is safe.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:30PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. Residents and team members are currently sheltering in place and coverage has been secured for the duration of the storm. The community backup generator has been tested and is ready in case of power loss. Everyone is safe and well. Additional updates will be forthcoming.

Discovery Village Vero Beach

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(October 1st 9:30AM)

Remediation resources have been onsite within our community assisting in resolving areas that were affected by minimal water intrusion. We are happy to confirm that our community is in normal operations. The safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 8:30PM)

As Hurricane Ian has passed through Florida, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

We are fortunate that the storm left no impact to our community. Team members and residents are all safe and are in great spirits as they continue they regular daily activities.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 5:00PM)

In advance of Hurricane Ian making landfall, storm preparations are being done. Patio furniture has been secured and a resident meeting is being held this afternoon. Everyone is safe and well.

Mariposa

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 3:00PM)
All community operations are now back to normal. Residents from our sister community who were sheltering with us have left to return to their community. We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th, 11:00 AM)

As the storm continues to make landfall, our power remains on. We have experienced tornadoes in the area, but the property remains in good condition. Due to flooding, team members have been challenged to get to the property, so meals will be delivered to resident apartments on an as needed basis.

Veranda Club

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 8:00PM)

As Hurricane Ian has passed through Florida, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community.

Our community has been in normal operations. Residents and team members are safe and in good spirits.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 2:00 PM)

As the storm continues to move northwest, all is well. The sun was even out for a few minutes early and everyone is safe.

Discovery Commons Cypress Point

(Monday Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM)

Residents and Team Members are all safe and secure, and all community operations are now back to normal.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 9:00PM)
All community operations are getting back to normal. Power and water were restored this evening. Residents and staff are beyond happy. Everyone is safe and well.

 

(Friday Sept 30th 1:30PM)
As we continue to navigate the effects of the storm, the safety of our residents and the open communication between our team members and throughout our community is our priority.

Our community is currently operating on generator power, and we have plenty of water on hand and more on the way today. Residents are enjoying playing the Mexican Train game this afternoon.

We are happy to confirm the safety and cheerfulness of our community in wake of this inclement weather. We will continue to keep you posted.

 

(Thursday Sept 29th 2:30PM)

As we recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, our team members have been working diligently to secure and provide all necessary assistance to our residents and within our community. Our community currently is operating on generators to power up our building. The facility is under a low water pressure and boil water order, but are stocked with plenty of water. Residents and team members are safe and in good spirits.

 

(Wednesday Sept 28th 2:00PM)

As the storm continues to move northwest, we are experiencing increasing wind and rain. There is some debris on the ground. Residents recently had tea and scones, and everyone is safe and well.

 

(Tuesday Sept 27th 11:00AM)

There is currently a slight increase in wind & rain. Everyone is safe and we are prepared.

No current Mandatory evacuation orders. We are prepared.

Thank you