There is no doubt that Hurricane Irma caused much damage to the state of Florida, and created a tremendous amount of stress, anxiety and concern for its citizens and visitors alike.
We sincerely hope that everyone stayed safe during the storm, and have since been able to get in touch with your loved ones.
Moreover, we owe an enormous debt of gratitude to our devoted team members who worked tirelessly and selflessly to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our residents. The way in which we all came together to prepare for and respond to Hurricane Irma strengthened our team and resident bonds even more so.
Now that the storm has passed, the Villa at Terracina Grand family is looking forward to sunny skies ahead! We are happy to have returned to our daily activities as normal. We would like to extend a thank you to all family members, friends and others for checking our updates on the website and Facebook page during the storm, as well as your patience.
During natural disasters as well as the everyday, we are dedicated to providing residents with support, care and services, ensuring their safety 24/7. If you have a friend or loved one who may be interested in our community or require additional care, we invite you to contact us directly at 239-354-8000.
The safety and well-being of our residents and employees is our highest priority. We have a comprehensive emergency preparedness plan in place, and are equipped with water, food, permanent or temporary generators, and supplies. Appropriate actions are being taken and will continue to be taken in order to keep everyone safe as we watch the storm closely. Our leadership is in close communication with our management company’s executive leadership team. Directions provided by local and state authorities are being monitored and will be followed as instructed.
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Latest updates in response to Hurricane Irma will be posted on this page. If you have any specific questions, please call our community at 239-354-8000.
Friday, September 15th @ 9:54pm EDT.
Note from our Executive Director, Marthe Lawrence: We are happy to inform you that full power has been restored at our community. Telephone and data communications are starting to come back online. We would like to extend a thank you to all family members, friends and others for visiting this page for updates, as well as your patience.
Friday, September 15th @ 2:30pm EDT.
From our Executive Director, Marthe Lawrence: Power and phone lines have not yet been restored. We have made contact with the power and phone companies and are waiting for these services to be restored. Our generator is continuing to power A/C in the common areas on first floor, and circulating to second floor. Keeping residents comfortable and safe is our highest priority.
Thursday, September 14th @ 12:10pm EDT.
From our Executive Director, Marthe Lawrence: Still waiting for power and phone lines to be restored. A/C in the common areas on first floor is continuing to be circulated to second floor as well. Our teams are excellent and planning daily activities for residents as usual.
Wednesday, September 13th @ 1:25pm EDT.
Note from our Executive Director, Marthe Lawrence: We continue to wait for power and phone lines to be restored. Generator was just topped off with fuel in the meantime. Residents are pleasant and calm after being served hot meals, and participating in daily activities as usual. All is good, and again the team is nothing less than amazing.
Tuesday, September 12th @ 10:50am EDT.
We are without power but our generator continues to work well. We have A/C in the common areas on first floor. Air is being circulated on second floor to keep all comfortable. Residents just enjoyed a hot breakfasts and are now participating in activities as normal, and are as content as ever. Staff have done an incredible job over the last few days, and I couldn’t be more pleased with their dedication to the residents and this community.
Monday, September 11th @ 4:10pm EDT.
Monday, September 11th @ 12:18pm EDT.
Monday, September 11th @ 3:54am EDT.
Minor wind outside now. No rain leaks in our building. It is all good – residents and staff are safe and we are comfortable with the generator.
Sunday, September 10th @ 11:30pm EDT.
Sunday, September 10th @ 8:40pm EDT.
Note from our Executive Director, Marthe Lawrence: Power is back on at our community. Wind gusts and rain are strong, but all are doing well. All residents remain on the second floor.
Sunday, September 10th @ 4:50pm EDT.
Note from Executive Director, Marthe Lawrence: “We are currently in the eye. Residents remain calm, and all are being moved to the second floor for the remainder of the storm.”
Sunday, September 10th @ 2:50pm EDT.
We are currently experiencing high winds and rain but power remains on. As a precaution, we have moved our fourth floor residents to the third floor. We will move first floor residents to the second floor if needed. We expect the eye of the storm to pass over Naples around 3:15 PM.
Sunday, September 10th @ 2:05pm EDT.
Sunday, September 10th @ 11:20am EDT.
Saturday, September 9th @ 10:00pm EDT.
Saturday, September 9th @ 3:20pm EDT.
Friday, September 8th @ 10:25pm EDT.
This evening, Kim Te Brugge, Vice President of Operations for the senior living and health care division for The Goodman Group, participated in a phone call with Florida Governor, Rick Scott. During the call, Gov. Scott provided the following priorities for all senior living communities in Florida.
Gov. Scott will be hosting another call tomorrow night with updates, Kim, will be joining the call. The latest updates from the call with Gov. Scott will be posted on this page.
Thursday, September 7th @ 4:25pm EDT.