Sonata Boca Raton offers assisted living and memory care options for seniors in Boca Raton, Florida. Upon arrival, visitors will notice how pristine our facilities are — resembling a resort-like community, with very modest decor and architecture. We believe in maintaining a high-standard, where residents always feel comfortable and at home, and conduct our care in a dignified, respectful, and individualized manner — helping to ensure we serve each resident every step of the way.
We’re just 20 minutes away from Highland Beach and close to many local restaurants. Boca Raton, Florida is a beautiful, vibrant city offering an array of good times for residents and their families to forever enjoy. Whether it’s waving at the sea turtles at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center or shopping at Mizner Park, there’s something for everyone, no matter age or condition. Our lovely tropical city keeps days sunny and bright, illuminating the goodness of life everyday.
Staff at Sonata are professionally trained to assist older adults with memory care needs as well as assist with activities of daily living and medication administration. We pride ourselves in nurturing a family-centered environment, where residents feel at ease knowing they can always be cared for....
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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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Sonata is a nice community both inside and outside. Our loved one's stay was at the beginning of the pandemic. The room wasn't cleaned to our satisfaction such as dirt under the sink, marks on the light switch plate, and more. They had a housekeeper and the housekeeper didn't clean the room. The concierge was great and knew everything. [name removed] was good. [name removed] was not good and lied. The staff wouldn't treat the resident the same if the resident would complain about the staff. We had to hire private care due to my loved one being a fall risk, and Sonata wouldn't help with our loved one since they were a fall risk. The private aide was caught sleeping in my loved one's bed or chair and the community caught this aide. The community didn't report any of the issues that they had with the private aide. The aide allowed my loved one to fall, didn't make the bed, or clean. The private aide had COVID, never had temperature taken at Sonata, and then passed COVID on to others. The same company sent over a new private aide, [name removed], and she was an angel.
Our family had an in person tour experience and it was just to small of a community. It did not have the right facility or amenities for our loved one.
I looked at a ton of places, and this stood out to me. They are very activity oriented and engaging with the residents. They welcome residents with memory care issues . The community was able to allow family visits during COVID with CDC compliance. Several family members said they would want to go here when they need it. The staff is excellent. The communication is very good and they even allow us to have a direct line with the Executive Director if needed. They are a best practice community and they allow other communities to model after them.
I would highly recommend this community. The place is small, and I feel my loved one is getting better quality of treatment. When I get a chance to speak to the staff, they are warm, friendly, and kind. I have looked at other communities and they were too big fro what I was looking for.
I am very impressed with the services my wife is receiving at Sonata at Boca Raton. Unfortunately my wife has been diagnosed with having Alzheimer's Disease and the care and concern that all members of the staff at Sonata at Boca Raton, especially the support given by [name removed], are deeply appreciated.
WHILE AT SONATA I FOUND EVERYONE FRIENDLY, THE FACILITY CLEAN AND THE CARE GREAT. I AM ONLY THERE PERIODICALLY BUT FEEL THAT EVERYONE IS GENUINELY CONCERNED FOR ALL RESIDENCE THAT LIVE THERE.
Our family could not be happier with the care provided to our father at Sonata Boca Raton. He was treated with kindness, concern and compassion to meet all his needs. We had reservations about moving him from one place where we were unhappy with the care on every level but Michael, the director, assured us our dad would be taken care of properly and he was right! The staff went the extra mile to involve him and accommodate his personality. The nursing care was phenomenal and I am so grateful for Marcia and Yasmin! Marsha also went above and beyond to involve my father in activities. Evette handled my father with the respect and dignity our seniors deserve and our family is so grateful for it. Even the dining room staff worked closely to help our father! We are thrilled with the staff, their care and impeccable attention to their residents and it was refreshing to trust them after the awful experience with Assisted Living that we had experienced. Bravo to Sonata Assisted Living for truly being the epitome of Assisted Living!
We moved our father to Sonata, Boca Raton after several bad experiences at a different Assisted Living facility. We could not be happier with the professionalism and genuine compassion of everyone at Sonata. Our father was treated with the respect, dignity and kindness you would hope every senior could experience. [Removed], the director of the Assisted Living, was available to discuss anything and everything to assure the comfort of our father and we were able to observe that he wants every resident happy and well. Evette was so kind to our dad, and to me, each day, and [Removed] went the extra mile to involve our dad in as many activities as possible. [Removed] took incredible care of him in every possible way, and went above and beyond their job descriptions! The entire staff at Sonata provided an inviting and warm environment for their residents. We will remain forever grateful.
It was very nice. I think my dad would prefer a bit more of a kitchen with a sink. They just had a fridge and microwave in a closet area.
The staff did a great job with our tour and were able to answer all our questions. We enjoyed sitting down to lunch with the other residents too. We just did not feel that this would be the best fit for what we were looking for for my mother.
Everything is going just fine! My aunt is adjusting quite well and she is really enjoying her stay here. The facility is clean and the staff are taking great care of her! We do not have any complaints about the facility so far.
My tour of this community was an okay one. The community appeared to be well-kept. The staff I met was friendly. There were many factors that played into where to move my husband too, and I did not really care for the facility.
Michael, exec director, spent a generous amount of time showing me the facility. I liked the "home-like" environment. The respite option is a great option. My hesitation is the average age of the resident is 87. I know this will be an issue wherever I look. My husband is 62.
We toured this community while looking into care options for a loved one, and I just was not impressed by what I saw here. They seemed to have a very low staff to resident ratio. I also noticed they got very cagey when I asked them about it specifically. and started telling me about how kitchen staff could assist with certain care activities, etc. Aside from what I saw during my tour I also heard quite a few negative remarks about them in a support group I attend from other families who have experience here.
My mother is so happy woth the entire experience at Homewood . People, food, and activities are wonderful
Memory unit was impressive, as were the staff members for the memory facility and the assisted living portions of the residence. I was impressed by Becky, the director of the Yamato Homewood Residence and the care in which the residents were assisted and thought of--I will be visiting again.
We went on a tour, but it was very, very depressing. I couldn't wait to get out of there. I cancelled my tour at the other Homewood because this one was so bad.
There are many outstanding features about Homewood. It is relatively small so you know everyone and they know you. The lobby area, dining room and activity are very inviting. The rooms were spacious and there were many activties to keep residents busy. Marcia is the activities director and is outstanding. They had Shabot services which my mother really enjoyed. There were many places nearby to take residents. On the flip side mom complained about the food. When she was taken by EMS to the hospital she was alone. I question whether they handled her stroke the best way as I live out of town and could only monitor by phone.. My mother was only there for about 10 weeks or so before moving back home following her stroke.
We visited a while ago. It seemed like there was too small of a population, and not enough going on.
We have had lots of fall downs on what we expected from Homewood. The marketing guy was very good and kept saying “If you want the best are for your loved ones, we may not be the least expensive, but we are the best.” Since then we have been scratching our heads. The staff does not seem to communicate with each other and really seem to not take responsibility. When an issue arises and you ask them what happened or how it happened we just get empty answers like “I don’t know” there was only one member of the staff which was a college student that actually said “I don’t know, but let me find out” We are paying about $3,400 a month to have our loved ones here. They do charge a low start rate but when you start adding services needed it really adds up fast. The community itself is beautiful and is in excellent condition. It is a smaller community compared to the others in the surround area. Everything about the community is actually really good except for the actual care services and their lack of communication. It seems like no body here really knows what is going on.
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