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Assisted Living • Memory Support
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  • 24-Hour Staff & Security

  • Beautiful Views

  • Walking Paths

  • Pet Friendly

  • Family Game Room

150 Village Crossing Ct,
St. Augustine, FL

502-694-5241

Situated on quiet, wooded acreage in our nation’s oldest city, Symphony at St. Augustine is a vibrant senior living community located near Flagler Hospital, Baptist South and Memorial Hospital as well as St. Augustine Outlet Mall and Shoppes at St. George Street. Wake up every day in a safe, intentionally designed living space. We tend to the cooking, housekeeping and home maintenance so you can participate in social, cultural and exercise programs including “Travelogue,” “Zumba,” painting and woodworking. Choose from a menu of seasonal, nutritious chef-prepared dishes in our beautiful dining room.

Enjoy discreet, supportive care, a maintenance-free lifestyle including scheduled transportation, and boutique amenities. Spend every day living fully and experiencing greater well-being.

Well-Being

Our Philosophy

We believe a thoughtfully designed environment filled with good neighbors and a caring staff, along with nutritious food, accessible exercise programs and opportunities to connect and engage every day, are the right combination for optimal living.  

For older people living alone, these important elements can become harder to maintain – making home a challenging, unsafe, even lonely place to be.  

That’s why we offer a community for older people where living is easier, surroundings are safer – and together is better.  

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How we’re showing gratitude in December

Celebrating the holidays family-style

Whether by birth, circumstance or choice, our families make us feel loved, supported and at home. We’re celebrating family with music, gifts and gathering around the table for epic meals. 

 

Come see how we’re celebrating families this month at one of our featured events.  

Jim P.
I love the attention that the staff gives to the residents. Their genuine efforts to keep them engaged and busy in heart warming ways is outstanding. Thank you for allowing me to meet some friends and mentors while in St Augustine!
Laura S.
I am very pleased to say that I work at Symphony at St. Augustine. The nurses, care staff, activities, dining services, housekeeping, concierge and managers/directors are all very nice. I enjoy the residents company when I work. Very pretty... facility.read more
Dallas S.
Slinging lizards
Pat P.
Best little Assistance Living in St Augustine.
Raquel M.
I enjoyed my time at this community!! Everyone was so nice!! Highly recommend
billyellen413
We are generally pleased with the care given our parents here, especially by Cora (A+ for her). However, due to the high volume of turnover which sadly is systemic in the industry we deducted two stars. The staff are caring but underpaid and... overworked and that sometimes results in less than an ideal situation.I am adding to my review because I want to convey my gratitude to Chrissy Singletary, especially, for her kindness and compassion at the end of both my parents lives. They were both residents at Symphony- dad for over 3 years and mom almost 4. Both eventually became hospice patients and both were able to pass in their room- their home- at symphony. Chrissy really went the extra mile to make sure they would not have to pass in a strange place- another facility where nobody knew them. Instead they were surrounded by not only their children and family, but also the family at Symphony. All of the staff who have been so kind and loving to them through the years were able to give hugs and you could see the love between them and both mom and dad as they said their good byes. We are so extremely grateful for all of the staff- from the kitchen staff, Javier the maintenance director, the concierge staff, the wonderful,wonderful activities staff, Anna and Lana who truly go above and beyond to keep the residents lives full of activity and laughter and the med techs and all of the staff who so lovingly care for the residents. Seantol, Curtis, Rachel, Cora, Laura, Sara, Robin, Debbie and so many others over four years. I’m sorry if I missed someone. We are truly grateful for the care and we feel we couldn’t have chosen a better place for mom and dad. We wish they would have been able to stay independent and live in their own home but for so many that is just not possible. Symphony became their home and they were surrounded by love and of that we are sure.read more
Sharon Z.
I have had the privilege of visiting Symphony of St. Augustine twice and I was extremely impressed with this beautiful establishment. The staff was very helpful and answered any and all of my and my Husbands question. I was very happy to witness... how wonderfully attentive the staff were to the patients. We left feeling very assured that when the time comes this is where we will bring our loved ones.read more
Anna T.
I work at Symphony since the day it opened and have many great things to say!The leadership and home office staff are very supportive and provide us with systems, resources and tools to make our job easier.Culinary department, led by Luis, is... making sure residents have nutritional, heathy, tasty meals, day in and day out!Chrissy, the Marketing Director is very knowledgeable, friendly and extremely helpful while assisting families to choose the place for their loved ones.Activity staff, Lana and Cielo, are always going above and beyond to make sure residents are busy and engaged in purposeful and meaningful activities! Creativity, fun, and embracing the present moment are the main ingredients in the varied program we offer.The building is spotless and Javier and his crew makes sure everything is tidy and clean.The concierge team, Sara, Lori, Angie and Laura are always friendly, helpful and making sure you will be treated with highest priority, and they do it while always wearing a smile!I am honored and proud to serve the residents here at Symphony. They are THE BEST! THEY ARE my FAMILY!read more
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