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Inspired Living at Royal Palm NOW OPEN

11911 Southern Blvd, Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411

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At Inspired Living at Royal Palm Beach, we understand the hardship that moving yourself or a loved one into an Assisted Living or Memory Care community can bring. At our brand-new location near Wellington in Royal Palm Beach, Florida, you will find it’s our top priority to help moms and dads make...

Discovery Village at Palm Beach Gardens

100 Discovery Way, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

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At Discovery Village At Palm Beach Gardens, we’re committed to helping you enjoy your time at our residence. With luxurious Amenities, State-of-the-art Wellness and Lifestyle programs, and care-free living, we offer exceptional senior care in Florida. We strive to provide the best features of...

The Capstone at Royal Palm Beach NOW OPEN

10621 Okeechobee Blvd, Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411

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We look forward to sharing our Assited Living and Memory Care services with the families and seniors of Palm Beach County.

HarborChase of Palm Beach Gardens

3000 Central Gardens Way, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

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Assisted Living of Palm Beach Gardens

9239 West Highland Pines Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

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We Are a 14 Bed, Family Owned And Operated Facility. We Specialize In Caring For Residents With Alzheimer's And Other Related Dementia. Our staff members have over 40 years combined experience. We are located in beautiful Palm Beach Gardens. We provide the utmost care for your loved ones. We are...

Palm's Edge Assisted Living and Memory Care

4201 Leo Lane, Riviera Beach, FL 33410

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Our goal is to provide your loved one with a safe, home like environment while giving high levels of care from our trained staff. Our care is designed to exceed expectations, rather than simply meet a need. We strive to maintain the independence, dignity and well-being of our seniors. We are...

YourLife of Palm Beach Gardens

13465 Pasteur Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

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A warm, welcoming community, YourLife of Palm Beach Gardens is a vibrant place to live offering Independent Living with Supportive Services, Assisted Living and Memory Care. From private and friendship suites that immerse residents in comfort and ease to the active, upbeat lifestyle that invites...

Hibiscus Palace Wellington

1074 Hyacinth Pl, Wellington, FL 33414

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Our facility, operating since 2006, is located in a quiet suburb of Wellington. It was designed, to have a home-like feel with lots of natural light and soothing atmosphere. We have two recreation rooms with recliners, comfortable couches, and big screen TV’s, in addition to our enclosed sun...

Brookdale West Palm Beach

6100 Common Circle, West Palm Beach, FL 33417

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Exceptional Living for Exceptional SeniorsFlorida seniors looking to put a little more elegance in their senior living have found just the place to do it. We provide a life full of interesting things to do and interesting people to do them with. You’ll find fewer worries here, and less stress as...

Courtyard Gardens of Jupiter

1790 Indian Creek Dr W, Jupiter, FL 33458

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Courtyard Gardens Assisted Living of Jupiter is a small, privately owned Assisted Living facility that offers Assisted Living and Memory Care. We have been taking care of loved ones since 1999. We not only have longevity with residents and staff, we have residents that used to be staff. We are...

Arden Courts of West Palm Beach

2330 Village Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33409

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For nearly 25 years, Arden Courts Memory Care has catered to the special needs of individuals with memory loss. Staffed by specially trained caregivers, Arden Courts cares for individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Each community features home like common areas,...

Savannah Court of the Palm Beaches

2090 North Congress Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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Savannah Court assisted living and Savannah Cottage memory and Alzheimer's care residence in West Palm can accommodate just over 100 residents. The Cove skilled nursing and rehabilitation center is small and intimate allowing for optimal care with only 30 residents. The entire community offers...

Addington Place of Jupiter

1031 Community Drive, Jupiter, FL 33458

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We planned Addington Place of Jupiter as a way to bring seniors together. To foster a sense of community and connection between residents, caregivers, and staff. That’s because we want Addington Place to be the best place you can imagine living. A place providing life-enriching activities,...

Brookdale Palm Beach Gardens

11381 Prosperity Farms Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

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A Community Like No OtherThey don’t really make many senior living communities like this one. Our residents are vibrant, active, and energetic. The care that they receive is first-class, committed to maintaining independence, individuality and dignity. And the facilities, living quarter and...

Atria Park of St. Josephs

350 Bush Rd, Jupiter, FL 33458

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Just four miles from the beach, Atria Park of St. Joseph's combines the comforts of home with the amenities of an elegant resort. Shopping, cultural venues and medical centers are close by, and because we're located only minutes from major interstates, it's easy for family and friends to...

The Addington at Wellington Green

10334 Nuvista Ave, Wellington, FL 33414

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The Addington offers a homelike environment in an inclusive, value based pricing system.Among other things that are included: All Meals, all utilities including long distance and local phone, cable, electric, laundry,daily assistance for Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and much more.The...

Fountainview

111 Executive Center Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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Fountainview's beautiful resort style community sits on twelve tropically landscaped acres located near the heart of the city, including world-famous downtown Clematis Street restaurants and shops, City Place, the Kravis Center for performing arts, and gorgeous beaches. An independent and...

Mangrove Bay

110 Mangrove Bay Way, Jupiter, FL 33477

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Mangrove Bay: Mangrove Bay is a senior living community in Jupiter, Florida that provides independent living, assisted living and memory care services to senior citizens. Our community offers outstanding care all amidst the natural beauty of Florida's intra-coastal waterway. Designed for those...

Colonial Assisted Living at West Palm Beach

534 Datura Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

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City Walk Assisted Living is centrally located in downtown West Palm with direct access to City Place with all it's amenities, Government Services, Parks, Museums and of course the inter coastal and beautiful ocean beaches nearby.With over 30 years of history and experience, we understand the...

Cresthaven East

5100 Cresthaven Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33415

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Living at Cresthaven East, you'll maintain the independence you desire, while benefiting from an array of quality services that give you more time to experience an active lifestyle. Cresthaven East offers an active lifestyle for people of all ages in a location you'll say feels 'just like home.'...

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Assisted Living in Loxahatchee, FL

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living communities provide lodging and care to seniors who need some assistance with day-by-day things like taking medicines, preparing meals and keeping up with housework. Assisted living communities come in all shapes and sizes, so touring them may be the most effective way to figure out which one is best for you or your family member.


What Services Are Offered in Assisted Living?

No assisted living community is like another. At a minimum, assisted living provides independently minded seniors meals and snack foods, assist with things like showering and getting dressed, and a wide variety of activities such as for example wellness programs, cultural events, outings and much more, all in a safe and secure environment among people their age.


If you are considering assisted living, you ve most likely run into the acronym ADLs, which means the Activities of Daily Living. These include:

  • Bathing and showering
  • Toileting
  • Dressing
  • Feeding (however, not meal planning)
  • Continence
  • Functional mobility, which includes getting in and out of a bed or chair

Developed in the 1950s, ADLs evaluate a person’s overall health and function. Generally, elderly adults who can take care of ADLs on their own but who are considering a switch to senior living may be better prospects for independent living. In case you have questions about what care type may be the best match for your loved one, contact A Place for Mom. Our Senior Living Advisors can answer any queries you may have about assisted living, independent living, memory care, life plan communities and more.


Assisted Living Vs. Nursing Homes

The word ‘‚¬Assisted Living was first found in the 1980s to describe a new sort of residential living for older adults that was obviously different from more typical nursing home designs. Assisted living is made for people who need some assistance with day to day activities but who still would like level of independence and who want to live in an apartment-like environment like a studio or a one-bedroom apartment. A large number of assisted living communities offer a complete schedule of activities and events and offer multiple meal options to cater to varied tastes and preferences, including special diet plans and restaurant-style options. Small pets tend to be permitted.

In contrast, the hallmark of nursing homes is that they provide skilled nursing care. They are created to meet the needs of seniors and other people who have medical challenges that need to have 24×7 medical attention. Meals are usually served in a central dining hall and residents reside in individual or shared bedrooms. Some nursing homes also offer short-term rehabilitative care. Nursing homes today are also called convalescent care centers, nursing centers, skilled nursing communities and long-term care communities. Since they provide more services, nursing homes are more costly than assisted living communities.

Both skilled nursing and assisted living communities may offer memory care, which is specific support for people dealing with cognitive decline. Actually, 40% of the people who live in the state of FL are currently living with some kind of dementia, based on the National Center for Assisted Living. In general, people living with the earlier stages of Alzheimer s or dementia are best supported by assisted living communities while people living with later stages of dementia need the medical care of a nursing home.


What Is Assisted Living Like?

Whilst every community is usually distinct, here are some features which most assisted living communities share:

  • They offer assorted levels of care, occasionally at varied costs.
  • They offer assorted living options, from studios to one-bedroom flats.
  • Many permit people to bring their own pets, including birds, cats and in some instances smaller sized dogs.
  • They focus on differing backgrounds, customs and interests. Some communities, for example, are faith-based, while some are multi-lingual, with activities and dining options to match. Still more are made for retired military or university alumni and may be even situated on or near college campuses.
  • They may offer accommodations for married couples as well as individuals.
  • They range in size. Some communities have as few as 20 residents, while others many have significantly more than 200.

With so many choices to choose from, choosing the best place can seem overwhelming. Our Senior Living Advisors can assist. They reside in the communities they serve. When you talk with a Senior Living Advisor, she or he will ask a few pre-determined questions to better determine what you are interested in, what your budget will be and what particular wants your family member may have. On top of that their assistance is no cost!


When Is It Time to Consider Assisted Living?

For anyone who is asking this question, chances are good that it s time you find out more about senior living. Below are a few other indications that assisted living may be right for both your loved one and your family:

  • You are worried for your loved one s basic safety.
  • You are worried they aren’t eating correctly.
  • You get worried about them going out of the house by themselves.
  • You notice they are spending less time with family and friends.
  • You receive a phone call or email from a friend who is worried about them.
  • You observe that your family member may have problems recalling people s names or working with a well-known technology like their cellular phone or television remote control.

If these or other indicators are bothering you, take action. Contact A Place for Mom and speak to a Senior Living Advisor today. They can answer your questions and assist you to figure out next steps. Best of all, their resources is free of charge!


Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings

FL provides families with exceptional usage of its assisted living inspection and ratings information. Based on our state-by-state review of state records , FL s assisted living regulation and inspection system is among the most transparent in the country. To find the records of an assisted living community in the wider Loxahatchee area, visit the FloridaHealthFinder.gov site and search by community type to obtain inspection reviews, licensure data, fees and actions assessed against the service, option of nursing staff, an emergency power plan overview and more.

The state of FL mandates that new assisted living residents have a medical exam within 4 weeks of move-in to assess an personalized care strategy. The state also mandates a standard number of weekly employee hours in line with the number of individuals who reside in a community to ensure care plans will be accommodated.


10 Things to Look For When Touring an Assisted Living community

The easiest method to figure out if an assisted living community is ideal for your family member is to see one — or better yet, four or five of them! Here are a few things to be aware of when you tour:

  1. Does the personnel interact with the residents?
  2. Is the community clean, odor-free and well taken care of?
  3. Is there a procedure in place for assessing the requirements of a brand new resident?
  4. Can residents arrange for transport if they require it?
  5. Are the staff professional and well-mannered?
  6. Are there particular visiting times or are friends and family welcome anytime?
  7. Will each resident have a care plan in place?
  8. What happens if a resident s needs change?
  9. Is there an emergency plan in place in the event of a natural or manmade disaster?
  10. Do the individuals who live there remind you of your family member?

For more tips on what to look for while touring an assisted living community, see our Planning and Advice webpages.


How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Loxahatchee, FL?

According to the A Place for Mom Senior Living Cost Index, assisted living in the town of Loxahatchee, FL ranges from $0 to $0 monthly. The Senior Living Cost Index is based on what A Place for Mom clients paid when they moved into senior living. It’s the only price data source of its kind. By giving these details, families can understand how much they could save in different parts of a particular metro area or perhaps a bordering state.

Ready to learn more? Check out our Senior Living Cost Index web page to discover what costs are in your area.


How to Pay for Senior Living In Loxahatchee, FL

How to pay for assisted living is among the most common questions families have if they meet with one of our Senior Living Advisors. Here are a few of the most typical financing sources for senior living:

  • Personal income or savings. If a senior will not have enough funds saved to cover long-term care, it s common for households to pool money to make up the difference.
  • Home equity. Many times, seniors sell their places of residence to pay for senior living. In some instances, a bridge loan could be offered to help cover the price of moving while the house is prepared for sale.
  • Long-term care insurance. This unique kind of insurance is designed to pay for senior care expenses. Some policies may cover other expenses that can be incurred through the transition to assisted living, such as employing a case manager or care coordinator.
  • Veterans benefits. Many seniors have served in the military and may qualify for help and support. Because benefits go unused, it s worth it to check to discover if your loved one or his / her spouse might qualify. To find out more, go to va.gov or see our Information to VA Benefits and Long-Term Care for more details.
  • Sale of a life insurance policy. There are several ways to use life insurance to finance senior living determined by the kind of policy you have. Consult a life insurance or economic counselor to learn about whether this program might work for your situation.

Many family members believe that Medicare will purchase assisted living, but it really can only cover short-term care. To learn more, go to Medicare’s site.


Understanding Assisted Living Costs

Assisted living costs vary widely from community to community, so that it pays to perform your research. Here are some items that can have an effect on just how much you pay:

  • Kind of residence
  • Size of apartment (studio, one- or two-bedroom house)
  • Types of solutions needed
  • Geographical area
  • Location of the community
  • Level of extravagance

Assisted living communities often charge a flat rate that addresses many basic services, with extra charges added on for special services. Additional communities will charge a service charge for each individual service, referred to as a la carte payment, so that residents pay just for the services they make use of. In general, the monthly base cost consists of only lease and meals, with care charged separately. Entrance charges and deposits are also often required. Charges and prices vary by community, so it s beneficial to question communities you are investigating about their costs and products and services.

For more information about assisted living costs and fee structures, get in touch with a Senior Living Advisor at A Place for Mom.


About Senior Living in Loxahatchee, FL

Because of its low tax prices and warm climate, the state of FL is among one of the most sought after places in the United States for seniors. The Area Agency on Aging for FL offers a wealth of information for seniors and their families. Call A Place for Mom to discover more about the more than 111 assisted living communities in Loxahatchee, FL.

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