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The Springs at South Biscayne

6235 Hoffman St, North Port, FL 34287

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Welcome to The Springs At South BiscayneSet within a picturesque Gulf Coast Florida landscape studded with palm trees, The Springs At South Biscayne offers one-of-a-kind Assisted Living, Memory Care, and short-term Respite Care in North Port, Florida. Generously sized private studio, one, and two...

Truewood by Merrill, Charlotte Center

18400 Cochran Boulevard, Port Charlotte, FL 33948

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Our community is designed to meet your individual needs and give you the freedom to be yourself. We offer the best in assisted living and memory care from a family-owned company that knows connection is everything.

Brookdale Port Charlotte

18440 Cochran Boulevard, Port Charlotte, FL 33948

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Exceptional Senior LivingIf you’re ready to trade up from a humdrum senior life, or ready to switch out chores and home maintenance for a full social schedule and a nearly endless list of activities, then Brookdale Port Charlotte is just the place. We are an assisted living community located in...

The Windsor of Venice

1600 Center Rd, Venice, FL 34292

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The Windsor of Venice is a licensed assisted living and memory care residence committed to providing quality services in a caring, comfortable environment. We offer professional, personalized services designed to enhance the quality of life for those we serve. We have been serving the needs of...

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Lexington Manor

20480 Veterans Boulevard, Port Charlotte, FL 33954

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At Lexington Manor, you’ll find beautifully appointed independent living and assisted living apartments with services tailored to what you need most. In the business for over 20 years with knowledgeable staff, Lexington Manor has the experience and compassion to care for your loved one. We are a...

Grand Villa of Englewood

925 South River Road, Englewood, FL 34223

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Welcome to the new Grand Villa of Englewood, our lovely assisted living community in quaint Englewood, Florida, located minutes from the Gulf of Mexico. Grand Villa is a resort style community with fabulous features and amenities, designed to help our residents enjoy life to the fullest! The...

Magnolia Acres ALF

729 Crestwood Road, Englewood, FL 34223

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Magnolia Acres is an assisted living community located in Englewood, FL. The city of Englewood is in Sarasota County and home to about 15,000 people. It's a small town with a quiet atmosphere and good weather year round. Residents can enjoy going out to shop and get a bite to eat, or they can...

Inglenook Assisted Living

280 Pine St, Englewood, FL 34223

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Our Home is Your HomeInglenook was designed as a large family style home with 5 separate seating areas to provide privacy or socialization as desired. Inglenook has been privately owned by a registered nurse for the past 31 years. Our staff is experienced and most have been working at the...

Venice Green Village

2745 Venice Ave E, Venice, FL 34292

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At Venice Green Village, our compassionate staff understands the unique obstacles that our seniors living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s face. They are specially trained, and on site 24/7 in order to provide the attention and assistance that your loved one needs. From the minute your loved one...

Truewood by Merrill, Venice

1121 Jacaranda Boulevard, Venice, FL 34292

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Our community is designed to meet your individual needs and give you the freedom to be yourself. We offer the best in assisted living and memory care from a family-owned company that knows connection is everything.

Parkside Assisted Living and Memory Cottage

2595 Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952

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Truewood by Merrill, Port Charlotte

2500 Aaron Street, Port Charlotte, FL 33952

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Our community is designed to meet your individual needs and give you the freedom to be yourself. We offer the best in independent senior living and assisted living from a family-owned company that knows connection is everything.

Heritage Oaks

7374 San Casa Dr, Englewood, FL 34224

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CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE... EVERY DAYOur community offers a rich array of amenities and engaging social activities in a spectacular setting. On a typical day, our residents can be found getting a trim at the on-site beauty salon and barber shop, strolling through the gorgeous community gardens,...

Elmcroft of Bella Vita

1420 East Venice Ave, Venice, FL 34292

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Move in by June 15th and get July rent FREE!We are continuing to admit new Residents, where possible and appropriate, to help residents and families in need. We will do all we can to help those who are in need of our services now and always.We are now offering Virtual Tours of our communities via...

Aston Gardens at Pelican Pointe

1000 Aston Gardens Drive, Venice, FL 34292

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All Aston Gardens communities are ideally located in residential settings surrounded by lakes, gardens or golf courses. Lush landscaping, beautiful walking paths and gazebos are trademarks of an Aston Gardens community. A dedicated administrative staff, a first class concierge and a Director of...

HarborChase of Venice

950 Pinebrook Road, Venice, FL 34285

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Celebrate all your Senior Living options at HarborChase of Venice, Assisted Living suites with all the services you desire! Delicious meals, life style choices to be as active as you desire, wonderful care services designed for your individual needs. 24 hour care there for when you need it! Our...

Brookdale Rotonda

550 Rotonda Boulevard West, Rotonda West, FL 33947

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Our assisted living community offers a carefree lifestyle in sunny Rotonda West, Fla., where our residents live as independently as possible in the privacy of their own apartment. And because we provide assistance 24/7, you can exchange the fear of living alone for the security and comfort of...

South Port Square, a CCRC

23023 Westchester Boulevard, Port Charlotte, FL 33980

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Upsize your possibilities and experiment with new hobbies, re-ignite your sense of purpose and enjoy new experiences and connections with interesting new friends. At our continuing care retirement community (CCRC), you’ll have independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing...

Maris Pointe

1200 Avenida Del Circo, Venice, FL 34285

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Maris Pointe is an assisted living and memory care community located in Venice, Florida, near Sarasota. Venice draws people from all over the world with over 14 miles of white sandy beaches and an abundance of recreational opportunities including shelling, boating and fishing. Venice is a Florida...

A Banyan Residence

100 Base Ave E, Venice, FL 34285

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Who Are We?A Banyan Residence Assisted Living and Memory Care is a community that is uniquely different from any other. Our concept is to stimulate the residents with our multi-sensory environment. The blending of sights, sounds, textures and aromas from our beautiful amenities such as water...

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Assisted Living in North Port, FL

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living communities provide lodging and services to seniors who want some support with day-by-day things like taking medicines, making meals and keeping up with cleaning. Assisted living communities can be found in all shapes and sizes, so visiting them may be the most effective way to figure out which one is best for you personally or your loved one.


What Services Are Offered in Assisted Living?

No one assisted living community is similar to another. At the very least, assisted living provides independently minded seniors meals and snack foods, assist with things like showering and dressing, and an array of activities such as for example health and wellness programs, social events, excursions plus much more, all in a safe and sound environment with people their age.


If you are exploring assisted living, you ve very likely come across the acronym ADLs, which stands for the Activities of Daily Living. These consist of:

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

Established in the 1950s, ADLs evaluate a person’s general health and function. Generally, elderly adults who can take care of ADLs on their own but who are considering a switch to senior living could be better prospects for independent living. Should you have questions about what care type is the best suit for your family member, contact A Place for Mom. Our Senior Living Advisors can answer any queries you might have about assisted living, independent living, memory care, life plan communities and even more.


Assisted Living Vs. Nursing Homes

The word ‘‚¬Assisted Living was initially used in the 1980s to spell it out a innovative sort of residential living for old adults that was obviously different from more typical nursing home designs. Assisted living is created for individuals who need some help with daily activities but who still would like level of independence and who would like to reside in an apartment-like environment like a studio or a one-bedroom apartment. Many assisted living communities offer a full schedule of activities and events and provide multiple meal choices to focus on many different tastes and preferences, including special diets and restaurant-style options. Small pets are often permitted.

In comparison, the sign of nursing homes is that they provide skilled nursing care. They are created to meet the requirements of seniors and others who have medical conditions that necessitate 24×7 medical attention. Meals are generally served in a communal dining room and residents reside in private or shared bedrooms. Some nursing homes also give short-term rehabilitative care. Nursing homes today are also known as convalescent care centers, nursing centers, skilled nursing communities and long-term care communities. Because they offer more help and support, nursing homes are more costly than assisted living communities.

Both skilled nursing and assisted living communities may offer memory care, which is specialized support for people dealing with cognitive impairment. In fact, 40% of the individuals who reside in the state of FL are living with some form of dementia, based on the National Center for Assisted Living. In general, people living with the beginning stages of Alzheimer s or dementia are greatest served by assisted living communities while people living with later stages of dementia require the medical care of a nursing home.


What Is Assisted Living Like?

While every community is normally different, below are a few characteristics that a majority of assisted living communities share:

  • They provide different degrees of care and attention, sometimes at varied costs.
  • They offer assorted living choices, from studios to one-bedroom flats.
  • Many allow residents to bring their own household pets, including birds, cats and in some cases smaller sized dogs.
  • They focus on differing backgrounds, traditions and hobbies. Some communities, for instance, are faith-based, while others are multi-lingual, with activities and dining choices to complement. Still more are designed for retired armed service or college or university alumni and may be even situated on or near college campuses.
  • They may offer accommodations for couples along with individuals.
  • They range in size. Some communities have as few as 20 residents, while others many have more than 200.

With so many options to choose from, choosing the best place can seem overpowering. Our Senior Living Advisors will help. They live in the communities they work in. When you talk with a Senior Living Advisor, he or she will ask a few questions to better determine what you are interested in, what your budget is going to be and what unique wants your loved one may have. Best of all their help and advice is free!


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. Here are some other signs that assisted living could be right for both your loved one and your family:

  • You are worried for your loved one s well-being.
  • You are concerned they aren’t eating properly.
  • You get worried about them leaving the house all alone.
  • You notice they are spending less time with friends and family.
  • You get a telephone call or email from a friend who is concerned about them.
  • You discover that your family member may have trouble recalling people s names or using a well-known technology like their cellular phone or television remote control.

If these or additional symptoms are bothering you, do something. Contact A Place for Mom and speak to a Senior Living Advisor today. They are able to answer your questions and assist you to find out next steps. Best of all, their resources is cost-free!


Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings

FL provides families with superb usage of its assisted living inspection and ratings records. Based on our state-by-state review of state records , FL s assisted living regulation and inspection system is one of the most transparent in the nation. To find the information of an assisted living community in the wider North Port area, go to the FloridaHealthFinder.gov site and search by community type to get inspection reviews, licensure data, fines and activities assessed against the community, availability of nursing staff, an emergency power plan summary and more.

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


10 Things to Look For When Touring an Assisted Living community

The best way to figure out if an assisted living community is ideal for your family member is to go to one — or better yet, four or five of them! Here are some points to observe when you visit:

  1. Does the personnel connect to the residents?
  2. Is the community clean, odor-free and well looked after?
  3. Is there a procedure set up for determining the requirements of a new resident?
  4. Can residents arrange for transport if they need it?
  5. Are the personnel professional and courteous?
  6. Are there specific visiting hours or are family and friends welcome anytime?
  7. Does each resident possess a care plan in place?
  8. What happens if a resident s requirements change?
  9. Is there an emergency plan in place in case of a natural or manmade disaster?
  10. Do the individuals who live there remind you of your loved one?

For more tips on what to search for while visiting an assisted living community, see our Planning and Advice pages.


How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in North Port, FL?

According to the A Place for Mom Senior Living Cost Index, assisted living in the city of North Port, FL ranges from $0 to $0 per month. The Senior Living Cost Index be determined by what A Place for Mom clients paid when they moved into senior living. It’s the only price data source of its kind. By providing this information, families can learn how much they could save in different areas of a specific metropolitan area or even a neighboring state.

Ready to find out more? Head over to our Senior Living Cost Index page to discover what price ranges are in your town.


How to Pay for Senior Living In North Port, FL

How to finance 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 common financing sources for senior living:

  • Personal income or savings. If a senior does not have a sufficient amount of funds saved to pay for long-term care, it s common for family members to combine money to make up the difference.
  • Home equity. Often, seniors sell their homes to pay for senior living. In some instances, a bridge loan may be available to help cover the expense of moving while the house is prepared for sale.
  • Long-term care insurance. This special kind of insurance is made to cover senior care expenditures. Some policies may cover other expenses which can be incurred through the transition to assisted living, such as for example acquiring a case manager or care coordinator.
  • Veterans benefits. Many seniors have served in the military and may qualify for help and support. Because many benefits go unused, it s worth it to check to see if your loved one or his / her spouse may be eligible. For more information, head to va.gov or see our Guidebook to VA Benefits and Long-Term Care for additional information.
  • Sale of a life insurance policy. There are several methods to use life insurance to finance senior living determined by the kind of policy you hold. Consult a life insurance or financial consultant to learn about if this option might work for your circumstances.

Many families expect that Medicare can help pay for assisted living, but it can only cover short-term care. To learn more, head to Medicare’s site.


Understanding Assisted Living Costs

Assisted living costs vary widely from community to community, so that it pays off to do your research. Below are a few factors that can influence how much you spend:

  • Type of residence
  • Size of house (studio, one- or two-bedroom house)
  • Types of providers needed
  • Geographical area
  • Location of the community
  • Level of luxury

Assisted living communities frequently charge a set rate that addresses many basic solutions, with additional fees added on for special services. Other communities will charge a fee for each individual service, referred to as a la carte payment, so that residents pay just for the support they make use of. Typically, the monthly base cost covers only rent and meals, with care billed separately. Entrance fees and deposits are also frequently expected. Charges and rates differ by community, so it s essential to talk to communities you are researching about their costs and products and services.

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


About Senior Living in North Port, FL

Because of its low tax prices and warm climate, the state of FL is among probably the most popular locations in the United States for seniors. The Area Agency on Aging for FL offers a wealth of information for seniors and their own families. Get in touch with A Place for Mom to find out more about the more than 102 assisted living communities in North Port, FL.

Frequently asked questions about Assisted Living facilities in Florida

Parkside Assisted Living and Memory Cottage, Windsor Reflections Memory Care and Amavida Living are the top rated assisted living facilities near North Port, Florida. See full list of communities.

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