Golden Retreat Home Care

5101 NW 47th Ave
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
5101 NW 47th Ave, Coconut Creek, FL 33073
954-428-0241 954-428-0241

Golden Retreat Home Care

5101 NW 47th Ave
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
5101 NW 47th Ave
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
954-428-0241 954-428-0241
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In business since: 2002
Total Employees: 2-10

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Program Details

Cost & Availability

Type Rate Rate Type Availability *
Live-In Services $ 100 per day 2
Personal Care $ 10 per hour 3
*availability last updated on 01/18/2016
OFFERINGS
Hourly Rates
Live-In Services
Overnight
Short shifts

Ratings & Reviews

( 1)
JM I
01/12/2018
While they took decent care of my friend, at the end of the da atthey are theives . As the power

of attorney and t the executor of my friend's estate, I was the pne to pay all fees and sign

necessary contracts. My friend died after a month's stay which was on October 8, 2016, I am still waiting for the return of the $5000.00 security deposit. According to the contract said funds were due to be returned within one month of the patient's passing or discharge. As a retired RN I find this tactic not only thievery but a form of elder abuse. Frankly, I'm amazed they are still in business.
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