2400 S Congress Ave, Boynton Beach, FL 33426
Sonata Senior Living offers a personalized approach to senior living by enabling choice opportunities that complement your senior lifestyle every day. Our community is conveniently located in Boynton Beach, Florida — a vibrant city with plenty to do. From enjoying the sites of nature at Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Refuge, grabbing fresh produce at Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market, or viewing the majestic waves at Boynton Inlet, residents and their visiting guests can embrace endless opportunities to create memorable moments in our abundant city.
Our professional staff at Sonata approach care with skill, compassion, and comfort to help ensure that residents have peace of mind in all their daily pursuits. Sonata is proud to center all of our spaces, services, and amenities around those we serve. Senior living is a fulfilling time to let go of the worries of home maintenance and to thrive in a setting where people are welcoming and gracious. Current residents enjoy our resort-style community that offers an endless feeling of paradise.
But, you don’t have to take our word for it, check out a review from a satisfied resident: “I never knew what I was missing. I can’t believe how much I do every day...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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I love the building. It's very open and sunny. I think it's better for people that have all their mental faculties, like if they were to request someone to come help them, it works well. My loved one has dementia, so we're in there often to monitor things, and I don't believe they're in there very often to check on her. So we're working through those things. They've not been responsive to our concern like I would expect. One thing I really like is when my loved one has lost her dentures or hearing aids, they've been super receptive in looking for them and taking responsibility had they not been found. But as far as overall responsiveness and making sure she's getting bathed, we're still working on that. But I feel like my loved one is happy overall, which is the most important thing.
We have been happy and very pleased so far. The people and staff members there have been awesome. The feedback we get from our loved one is that he is sometimes happy with the food, other times not a big fan. However, and we aren't sure if this is their policy or not, but if he is busy or asleep and misses the meal time, he can always count on a nurse bringing him his meal. It makes him feel extra special and appreciated.
This community was very nice and they had lots of activities going on. This would be great for an independent loved one it just did not fit our needs.
The process of getting in the staff were incredibly helpful. The communication wasn't what I had expected after my loved one was in the community. I had to get an aide in addition to the memory care cost due to person issues with my loved one. They were helpful setting up on the room. Once the resident is in the community, I think they need to have more staff available to talk to you about your loved one.
It is quaint, and not an institutionalized community. It feels like my loved one is living in a small neighborhood. There are only 20-25 people in each building. The staff are very good to work with. They are responsive to questions over my loved one.
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The amount of residence is key, if you have too many you don't get enough attention. I like the size of this community and the ratio between aids to residence means they get more attention overall. I would recommend this community to others.
The director that runs the community is absolutely phenomenal and she is also a nurse, which I like. Overall, the staff are fabulous, friendly, cooperative, and go over and above for the residents and their families. They keep my mother's apartment exceptionally clean and sterilized. They even clean her walker everyday. When the chef is cooking, the food is excellent, but when he isn't there, it is not consistent. My only suggestion for improvement would be regarding activities. I would like to see more creative activities rather than the typical bingo and exercise. This community really is a family including the residents and the staff.
The main reason we chose Sonata was that it was close to my mom's home and her friends could come and visit her. We also picked it because it is a small community and my mom's mobility is limited. Her apartment is close to the dining room. It is very clean and very modern. The only drawback is that there is no kitchen sink in the apartments. For my mom, I do not see that as a negative at all. Another major consideration for us and why we selected this community is that they are an LNS community and could provide nursing care if and when she needed it which eliminated other places for her. I am very pleased with the care she receives and the contact we receive. They keep me apprised of everything going on either by phone calls or emails.
The buildings are very clean. The staff was very friendly and engaged with the residents. A good ratio of number of staff to residents. Overall seems to be a very good facility.
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