Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to Home Care Agencies. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one, and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 143 Home Care Agencies in Boynton Beach and the surrounding area, so there are many options to choose from. A Place for Mom is the largest senior living referral service in North America, and we can help you make a good choice at no cost to you.
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We know that home is where your heart is. Let us address the difficulties and challenges you face so you can remain safe and comfortable in your home environment.Rated "Best In Home Care" by Senior Advisors for the last 5 years, Elite Senior Home Care is a locally owned private duty agency in...
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Like many seaside escapes in the Miami metro area, Boynton Beach features plenty of resort-style communities, country clubs, and sandy shorelines. What makes this beach town stand out, however, is its variety of coastal parks and natural areas that allow residents and visitors to venture into the mangroves, palms, and other tropical vegetation of Southeast Florida.
Home care, or in-home care, in Boynton Beach is a service which offers compassion and help to seniors who need assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and wish to remain in their homes. Levels of care vary according to need, and can include companionship, meal prep, cleaning, transportation, and help with ADLs like bathing and dressing. Home care aides are trained to understand the nuances of senior care but generally aren’t licensed to provide medical services.
A Place for Mom’s local Senior Living Advisors can help find the right home care provider in Boynton Beach for you or your loved one.
The median monthly cost of a home health aide is about $3,800 in the Miami area and around $4,200 in the state of Florida, according to Genworth.
The total household expenses associated with living in Boynton Beach are rated 12 points below the national average. Grocery and other essential costs are rated below average.
All index scores are based on a scale that has the national average set at 100. A score of 200 indicates that the cost is twice as expensive as the national average, while a score of 50 indicates that the cost is half as expensive.
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Boynton Beach has a tropical savanna climate, meaning summers are hot and humid, and winters months are warm but drier than the summer. High summer temperatures average in the 80s and 90s and rarely fall below the 70s, whereas winter temperatures still climb into the mid 70s and only drop into the upper 50s on average. The rainy months in Boynton Beach are May through October — almost every month during this stretch averages over nine inches of precipitation. Freezing temperatures and snowfall are extremely rare along Florida’s southeast coast. Humidity stays relatively high year round, and severe weather — including tropical storms, hurricanes, and tornadoes — is common during late spring, summer, and early fall months. The average humidity level in Boynton Beach is 72%, and humidity levels are often highest during August and September at about 75%.
This index is based on a scale that has the national average set at 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the presence of air pollutants than the national average, while a score of 50 indicates half the presence.
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These figures were taken from the most recent U.S. Census.
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Like many of its neighboring seaside cities in the Miami metro area, Boynton Beach features resort-style communities, country clubs, and miles of sandy shoreline that keep tourists busy throughout the year. But what makes this beach town stand out is its variety of parks and natural areas that allow residents and visitors to venture into the lush vegetation of Southeast Florida.
Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park has remained a local-favorite swimming area for families since the early 1900s when the town began developing from a basic train depot and hotel into a quiet suburban getaway. A couple blocks inland, Dewey Park is a memorable urban greenspace with colorful sculptures and other art pieces installed throughout. Only a five-minute walk from there is the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum and Learning Center, a perfect place to take the grandkids for a playful, interactive educational experience. If you’re looking for a walk on the wild side, however, you’ll want to head back toward the Atlantic. Mangrove Park’s raised walkways take you through the tropical brush along the lagoon separating the mainland from the Boynton Beach’s barrier island — and be sure to look out for wildlife. Across the lagoon, the forested trails and boardwalks of Ocean Ridge Hammock Park lead hikers straight into the thick patch of mangroves, palms, and buttonwood between the road and the coastline, where an unguarded, pristine beach is waiting on the other side.
With Southern Florida’s warm temperatures throughout the year, tee times are always in high demand, and there are plenty of courses to choose from in the Miami area. In Boynton Beach, check out Pine Tree Golf Club, The Club at Quail Ridge, and the Country Club of Florida.
Transportation in Boynton Beach is available via Palm Tran, the public transit system serving Palm Beach County. Palm Tran has several bus stops in Boynton Beach and provides a paratransit service for seniors and residents with limited mobility.