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What is the Best Age for an Assisted Living?

By Humberto Fortuna MA, MS

What is the Best Age for an Assisted Living?

What is the Best Age for an Assisted Living?
What is the Best Age for an Assisted Living?

Finding the correct senior housing in Miami, Broward and Palm Beach counties is getting more difficult as we speak, due to higher costs for our Senior Citizens and Residents of Southeast Florida. Senior Housing and Long-Term Care Facilities such as Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes, Memory Care, and Alzheimer’s Dementia Secured Facilities, are harder to find… the GOOD ONES!

There are many reasons why a person has the need to move into a Long-Term Senior Community.

Going back to our initial statement, the truth is that the average age of a resident in an Assisted Living Facility is a little over 83, and usually someone in need of at least one or more Activities of Daily Living.

Some of the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are showering, dressing, toileting, eating and medication management.

The staff at the Assisted Living Facility is trained to provide assistance with all of those ADLs.

We should mention here that the need for some type of lifestyle change is usually first indicated when a person has difficulty in one or more of the following areas:

· Difficulty in self-care, such as bathing, dressing, toileting, or eating.

· Decline in physical or mental health.

· Family not available to provide care or supervision.

As a result of new regulations and changes in the Health Care Industry, residents are now provided with more services in an Assisted Living Facility, to include, but are not limited to housekeeping and laundry services, transportation to doctors, social activities and 24-hour supervision.

Placement Counselors Corp networks with several local and national organizations such as: Area Agency on Aging of Broward County, Elder Affairs and ADRC (Aging and Disability Resource Center), Adult Protective Services, and many others. PCC provides information and assistance about state and federal benefits, as well as available local programs and services to most hospitals in Florida, as part of our ongoing networking. See below:

Broward Health Hospitals:

Celebrating 85 years of individualized care for the people who call South Florida home.

Call Placement Counselors Corp in Broward: (954) 965-2925 -

Miami Dade: (305) 931-0618 - Palm Beach: (561) 329-4337

You will be assigned to a counselor that knows your desired area. Give us a call and let one of our Counselors near you help you with your questions and concerns.

Pompano Beach: Court at Palm Aire 2701 N Course Dr @954.975.8900, John Knox Village Health Circle, 830 Lakeside Ctr @954.783.4001, Pompano Rehab & Nursing Center, 51 W Sample Rd @954.942.5530, Seaview Nursing & Rehab, 2401 NE 2nd St @954.943.5100. Sunrise: Regents Park of Sunrise, 9711 W Oakland Park Blvd @954.572.4000. Springtree Rehab Center, 4251 Springtree Dr @954.572.4251, Sunrise Health & Rehab, 4800 Nob Hill Rd @954.577.3530. Tamarac: NSPIRE Healthcare, 5901 NW 79th Ave @954.722.7001, Tamarac Rehab & Health, 7901 NW 88th Ave @954.722.9330. Tavernier: Crystal Nursing 48 High Point Rd @305.853.0799. West Palm Beach, Beach Breeze Rehab, 1626 Davis Rd @561.439.8897, Coral Bay Healthcare & Rehab, 2939 S Haverhill Rd @561.641.3130, Darcy Hall of Life Care, 2170 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd @561.683.3333, Edward J Healey Rehab and Nursing Center, 5101 W Blue Heron Blvd @561.842.6111, Joseph L Morse Geriatric, 4847 Fred Gladstone Dr @561.471.5111, Lakeside Health Center 2501 N Australian Ave @561.655.7780, Lourdes Noreen McKeen Residence 315 S Flagler Dr @561.655.8544, Promedica West Palm Beach 2300 Village Blvd @561.478.1800. Palm Garden of WPB, 300 Executive Center Dr @561.471.5566, Rehab Center of the PB, 301 Northpoint Pkwy @561.712.1717, Renaissance Health & Rehab, 5065 Wallis Rd @561.689.1799, Colonial Skilled Nursing, 2090 N Congress Ave @561.686.5100, Wood Lake Nursing & Rehab – Greenacres, 6414 13th Rd S @561.478.9900. Wellington: Luxe at Wellington, 13330 Nuvista Ave, @561.795.3360. Wilton Manors: Manor Pines Convalescent, 1701 NE 26th St @954.566.8353, Wilton Manors Health & Rehab, 2675 N Andrews Ave @954.563.5711

What is the Best Age for an Assisted Living?
What is the Best Age for an Assisted Living?

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