Assisted Living in Palm Beach County, FL

Palm Beach is the second largest and most populous county in Florida with 1.4 million residents located across 2,383 square miles. Considered part of the Miami metropolitan area, Palm Beach is Florida’s wealthiest county due to the booming agricultural economy and impressive waterfront. This area in southern Florida stretches from Lake Okeechobee to the Atlantic Ocean with beautiful neighborhoods, extensive waterways, and quirky towns in-between. Home to part of the historic Everglades, the county geography is made up of diverse ecosystems including wetlands, pine flatwoods, scrub, and swamps. Palm Beach County weather is typically warm and sunny year round with above average rainfall and reasonable risk for hurricanes. Residents can take advantage of year-round summer with temperatures that rarely fall below 50 degrees and beaches at two borders.

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75 results with 614 reviews in Palm Beach County.

Best of 2017

Mangrove Bay in beautiful Jupiter, Florida has a lot to offer its residents — including marvelous views and friendly staff members who are on-call 24/7. Most of the rooms are spacious, and they feature at least two balconies for residents to enjoy. Residents are encouraged to help the serving staff select meals, and they can even give the staff their own recipes to use. An on-site theater lets residents watch movies without going into town, and residents are welcome to enjoy healthy snacks throughout the day.

Best of 2017

Stratford Court of Boca Pointe is a senior community that will quickly grow to be your loved one’s home away from home. This welcoming facility in Boca Raton takes advantage of the splendid beauty of Florida while the familial, warm staff allow the residents to feel like they’re always in paradise. Residents can enjoy amenities that include cafes, the library, public parks, and the fitness center, and they can even relax in the hot tub or heated pool. Well-planned activities are scheduled every day, so your loved ones can enjoy art class, karaoke, ice cream socials, and special dinners.

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Regal Park Memory Care in Boynton Beach, Florida, provides many activities for residents, including movie nights, arts and crafts, and off-site activities. Kosher and vegetarian meals are available to residents, who can also enjoy spending time in the pub, playing cards with friends, or relaxing in the outdoor patios and gardens. Internet access is available to residents as well as cable or satellite television. Devotional services on-site and off-site are available to residents. In addition, staff members work one-on-one with residents, providing them with specialized care.

Listed as #4 in Forbes Best Places to Grow Old, Palm Beach is known as a community designed to appeal to seniors. The entire Palm Beach area is famous for fine dining, shopping, golf, and entertainment with thousands of clubhouses, country clubs, and marinas to choose from. Inland areas feature an impressive selection of wildlife preserves and protected areas used for hiking, hunting, horseback riding, camping, and fishing. Coastal and waterfront areas offer resorts, spas, upscale retail, and numerous theaters and museums. The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals recently unveiled a newly built stadium, The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches, that features championships and tournaments throughout the year. Palm Beach County has a variety of transportation options, including the Palm Tran bus system and Tri-Rail light rail system running along eastern part of the county. There are several airports in the area, including Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach and Boca Raton Airport further south. The Port of Palm Beach is also common departure location for cruises.

The state of Florida has a reputation for attracting retirees from all over the world which is reflected in the variety of community services. Roughly 22.1% of Palm Beach County residents are over the age of 65 with an average income of just over $37,000. The cost of assisted living is impressively lower than the national average, costing seniors anywhere from $2,100 - $4,800. Florida offers several of their own programs intended to help seniors afford assisted living. Programs include the Statewide Managed Medicare Care Long Term Care program, Optional State Supplement, Community Care for the Elderly, and the Local Services program. Additionally, Florida is distinguished in terms of tax-friendliness toward seniors. Florida does not currently require seniors to pay taxes on social security income, IRA withdrawals, or pension income (public or private). The overall crime rate is roughly one-third the national average with the majority of the crime being focused in beachside and tourist-friendly neighborhoods. Seniors that choose to retire in Palm Beach County can look forward to endless community events, active social lives, and year-round sunshine.