2000 Lowson Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33445
If you’re looking for high-end senior living in a resort-style community, Abbey Delray of Delray Beach, Florida is for you! We offer both assisted living for independent seniors, as well as memory care, for seniors who are in need of a higher level of care. You will fall in love with our grounds as soon as you arrive, from our luscious tropical landscaping to our regal garden courtyards, just minutes from the ocean. Our building was constructed in 1976, and most recently renovated in 2019 to the highest standards. Our complex consists of 30 memory care suites and 48 assisted living apartments, offering a wide range of care needs for you or your loved one. We like to refer to ourselves as a Lifespace Community, as we aim to create a space for seniors of Palm Beach County to live their best lives possible. From our high standards of living to our world-class care, we’re sure you’ll be impressed by Abbey Delray!
We offer multiple choices for living quarters to best suit your needs and preferences. Studio units, as well as one- and two-bedroom units are available, and residents may live with...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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My mom started in independent living for 3 years and that was great! Lots to do or not do, friends galore, one meal a day ( most folks it's around 4 pm) and a great apartment. The buy-in is steep and you need 3 times that to get on. You also need to be cleared by a dr. The independent living side is gove 5's for everything but value because if the steep buy in. My mom developed some dementia and fell in her apartment. She rehabbed in the rehab wing and it wasn't great. They don't seem motivated [Removed] folks back up and walking and many times you go in and people are begging you for an aid to change them! They also have folks passed out in their dinner and the nurses are mostly LPN's. It was not uncommon to see blister packs of meds on the floor next to the med carts. Also, the computers with patient information were often on in the hall for any passerby. After rehab they moved her to the memory wing - total one flew over the cuckoos nest! There was a guy in a chair with a puddle of urine under himself, another resident attaching another resident and staff seemed clueless, although nice enough. So independent living - high marks Rehab - low marks Memory center - lowest marks How they have managed to avoid an outbreak to date is beyond me! Each employee needs training on basic hand washing / glove use ASAP. They also need to be trained to protect residents!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
After an expensive buy-in and apartment upgrade expenses, my parents were kicked out of Abbey Delray when their resources dwindled. They were misled when they were recruited, when they signed the paper work, and about what the policies were. Abbey Delray worked very hard to recruit them with lots of promises of "continuing care" and made specific promises they had no intention of keeping. They way they recruited my parents and guided them through the signing up process should be considered elder abuse. BUYER BEWARE!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Do not put your love ones in this nursing home Abbey Delray North Nurseing Home in Delray Beach ... I give them. No stars especially dementia unit if you love you love ones the place is horrible the ministration is worse .. They show me they do not care about people I seen it with my own eyes the state of Florida treat dogs better than they treat the patients to the CNA’s they need to do there JOB.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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