Palm Beach Relocation Guide

SPR-SUM 2016

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186 P A L M B E A C H R E L O C A T I O N G U I D E – S P R I N G | S U M M E R 2 0 1 6 A C T I V E A D U L T S & S E N I O R L I V I N G assures family members that relatives will get the assistance they need — whether it's dressing, bathing or medication manage- ment — while maintaining the optimum level of independence. Mangrove Bay 110 Mangrove Bay Way, Jupiter, 33477 561-277-3841; www.seniorlifestyle.com/ property/mangrove-bay The staff at Mangrove Bay understands that seniors cherish their independence. At the same time, its professionals know residents also need assistance with some daily activi- ties. A compassionate and caring approach make this assisted-living facility a place where residents can maintain their lifestyles and their families can be confident their loved ones are being well taken care of. A personalized service plan for each resident assures he or she can continue functioning as independently as possible and will get the assistance and care needed. NuVista at Wellington Green 10330 NuVista Ave., Wellington, 33414 561-795-3360; www.wellington.nvliving.com A diverse range of service and care options sets NuVista at Wellington Green apart among assisted-living facilities. Daily activities include shopping trips, movies and other outings. Enrichment activities include live entertainment, wine tastings and cultural activities, and sports action. At the same time, special care is given to support each resident's independence while offering the security of around-the-clock staffing and personalized care services whenever needed. Veranda Club 6061 Palmetto Circle North Boca Raton, 33433; 866-652-4437 www.capitalsenior.com/verandaclub Each resident at Veranda Club has his or her individually tailored care plan. That approach guarantees residents get the personal-care or medical attention they need but also maintain as much independence as possible in their daily lives. Recreation programming along with wellness, walking, balance and exercise classes make for a well- rounded, safe and secure living arrangement. NURSING CARE FACILITIES/ SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES For seniors who need supervised medical attention, a skilled nursing facility provides around-the-clock care by a skilled nursing staff. Seniors may move to a skilled nursing facility when their conditions become too complicated for them to remain in their homes or in an assisted-living facility. Skilled nursing facilities can provide constant monitoring of a resident's condi- tion. Many skilled-nursing facilities also offer short-term- and long-tern rehabilitation for those recovering from surgery or serious injuries. The communities/facilities listed below may offer other locations, as well as, other services and care levels - please contact them for additional information: Abbey Delray South 1717 Homewood Blvd. Delray Beach, 33445; 561-900-3132 www.lifespacecommunities.com/ senior-living-delray-beach/ads/ skilled-nursing The professionals at Abbey Delray South believe their special brand of care starts with "thoughtful listening." Add that to friend- liness and respect, and you've got a recipe for an understanding and compassionate facility, attuned to the needs of residents and their families. Barrington Terrace 1425 South Congress Ave. Boynton Beach, 33426; 561-369-7919 www.fivestarseniorliving.com/ communities/fl/boynton-beach/ barrington-terrace Stressing the "home" in "nursing home" allows Barrington Terrace to create an environment that contributes to both the health and well-being of seniors. Knowing the difficulty of the transition to a skilled- nursing facility, Barrington Terrace offers short-term stays for seniors and their fami- lies who wish to "test drive" skilled nursing. Boca Raton Rehabilitation Center 755 Meadows Rd. Boca Raton, 33486; 561-391-5200 www.bocaratonhealthandrehab.com Providing care to south Palm Beach County for more than 35 years, Boca Raton Rehabil- itation Center provides a caring environment for residents needing short- and long-term rehab and for those needing dedicated nursing services. Its interdisciplinary team works to develop an individualized plan of care for each resident and patient. The Gardens Court 3803 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, 33410; 561-626-1125 www.thegardenscourt.com A full range of rehabilitation facilities and programs are just a part of what's offered at The Gardens Court. Its location, within 10 minutes of two top-flight hospitals, helps its staff provide the best of care for short-term and long-term stays. Therapy — physical, occupational and speech — are available seven days a week. For long-term-care residents, special amenities such as a putting green and beauty shop add to the sense of community. Vi at Lakeside Village 2792 Donnelly Drive, Lantana, 33462 561-434-5396; www.lantana.viliving.com Its warm and hospitable location next to Lake Osborne helps make residents feel like they're at home. The skilled nursing staff gets to know every resident and his or her family, allowing a personalized level of care and attention to each individual's personal and medical needs. The activity room, salon services and visitor areas add to the comfort of Vi at Lakeside Village. The Waterford 601 Universe Blvd., Juno Beach, 33408 561-627-3800 www.lifespacecommunities.com/ senior-living-juno-beach/skilled-nursing

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