Assisted Living in Broward County, FL

Broward County makes up most of the land between Miami and West Palm Beach in southern Florida. As part of the Miami metro area, this county has a massive population of around 1.9 million people making Broward is the second most populous county in Florida. Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood are the biggest cities within county lines, as well as the most popular. Inland from the coast is a massive portion of the uninhabitable the Everglades Wildlife Area, filled with dense wetlands and diverse wildlife. Developable land has mostly run out in the county therefore population density is pretty high at about 3,740 people per square mile. This county, much like the rest of Florida, experiences warm temperatures year-round with lots of sunshine and humidity. Although there is some risk for hurricanes, Broward tends to experience fewer violent storms compared to Miami.

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Family-owned Presidential Palace offers serene living on a quiet residential street as well as transportation to markets, shops, and restaurants in town. This community serves individuals living independently, as well as those seeking assisted living. There's also a unit providing care for patients living with Alzheimer's and other dementias. In addition to spending time in luxurious apartments ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, residents can socialize over home-cooked meals in the dining room, or in the homey family room. Presidential Place also provideswii sports, fitness classes, and gardening to help residents keep active.

The Peninsula - Hollywood, FL

5100 Hallandale Beach Blvd, Hollywood, FL 33023
Hollywood, Florida's The Peninsula senior community offers residents assisted living and memory care in a sunny, comfortable setting. Suites feature kitchenettes and spacious bathrooms, and common areas inside and on the beautiful grounds give seniors spots to relax with their peers. Restaurant-style dining ensures nutritious, delicious meals and time to socialize with other residents, while housekeeping and linen services keep personal spaces neat and clean. An emergency response system and trained 24-hour staff provide extra confidence in your loved one's health care, and medical appointment scheduling and transportation to appointments get residents to commitments safely and on time. Numerous planned activities and daily programs keep residents stimulated and on the go.
Victoria Villa in Davie, FL offers renowned assisted living services, short term nursing home, and residential care, as well as specialized memory care for their residents. The facility is family owned and operated so you know they understand the importance of your loved ones. They have expansive grounds that are fully secure so residents can wander freely. Daily meals, snacks, and cleaning services are available. They have a variety of activities including supervised bus tours, animal therapy, and music therapy. Friendly, trained staff is available 24 hours a day.

Florida is a popular destination for retirees and Broward County is no exception. Seniors make up a significant percentage of the population meaning there are countless community centers, social groups, and interactive events specifically for seniors. Near the beaches of Fort Lauderdale is a gorgeous Riverwalk that leads to several popular theaters, museums, and historical sites. There are also nearly 50 regional parks and nature preserves perfect for swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking, and more. Enjoy fun in the sun across Broward’s 24 miles of sandy beaches or plan a family vacation out of the Port Everglades, a popular cruise departure point. Public transportation is easy to use and popular among residents. The Broward County Transit (BCT) bus system services the entire county as well as Miami-Dade and Palm Beach areas; the Tri-Rail commuter rail system services most metropolitan areas. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport is easily accessible and has affordable flights to many cities.

Broward County is home to an impressive number of retirees with around 50.8% of residents being over the age of 65. The average income for that age group averages roughly $42,560/ year. The average cost of living is below national averages at $3,050/month but can actually range from $2,100 - $4,800 depending on the area. Florida has quite a few programs and tax exemptions that make retirement planning a little easier. The Statewide Managed Medicare Care Long Term Care program, Optional State Supplement, and Community Care for the Elderly programs help reduce housing costs; Local Services helps seniors navigate healthcare options. Additionally, Florida does not currently require seniors to pay taxes on social security income, IRA withdrawals, or pension income (public or private). Due to its proximity to Miami and other popular destinations, Broward has a reputation for notable crime related to tourism and private properties. Politically speaking, Broward has been strongly Democratic locally and nationally for over 40 years. With such a beautiful climate, Florida has attracted residents from all over the world. Seniors looking for variety in cuisine, events, shopping, and festivals have opportunities in Broward unlike any other in the world.