Miami Senior Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Miami Senior Living Options

Amor De Dios

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Facility is faith based and culturally influenced. The facility is small and family oriented. The resident programs are customized and detail oriented and each resident is treated with dignity and respect. The staff members know each resident by name and families have a great relationship with staff...

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Residential Plaza at Blue Lagoon

Review by Gloria Garcia

Consumer

Good place to live, many activities for the elders,daily mass, dominoes playing, monthly birthday parties, special events each month, even a hair salon for the ladies. The dinning area is very spacious, however the food could be better, too much repetition of the same during the month...

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Villa Maria Pia

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Beautiful accommodations offering residents a safe and serene atmosphere. The staff members are very adaptable and courteous. The rooms are bright and well-lit and the families are in the loop about things. The facility is clean and the services offered are very efficient...

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Villa Serena I

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Smaller, diverse community with a lot of residents being wheelchair bound. The residents appeared extremely sick. They were still, however, engaged in numerous activities. The staff members were friendly and professional. The facility is small and caters to the more vulnerable population with high needs...

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Villa Serena III

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Smaller facility where staff members are able to focus on residents and their particular needs. Staff members are caring and compassionate. The rooms are very compact and small but offer residents plentiful living space. Dining hall is spacious and residents are provided with daily meals served hot...

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Xanadu Living Facility

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This facility is extremely relaxing and serene. There is fresh air blowing in from the windows. The residents were a bit volatile and sometimes yelled at staff members for no reason. For the most part, most residents were friendly and courteous and most staff members were willing to help...

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Map of Miami Senior Living Options

Information About Senior Living Option in Miami

Located on the Atlantic coast of Florida, Miami offers an exciting, multicultural experience and short, mild winters ensuring that Miami senior living remains among the most attractive in the nation. Although it is a well-known destination for tourism and international business, Miami offers seniors more than a place to visit with affordable housing and comparatively low taxes. Miami's unique history and geography make it an especially diverse city, and combined with mild temperatures, make it an excellent place for senior citizens to retire.

Miami Attractions

The greatest attraction in Miami, naturally, is the area’s many beautiful beaches, which entice millions of tourists each year and offer a chance for pure relaxation. For those who want some respite from the sun, Miami is host to a number of exciting annual events ranging from golf tournaments and fashion shows to music and food festivals. Major outlet malls, high-class international boutiques and outdoor retail promenades provide shopping experiences that add to the appeal of senior living in Miami. NASCAR racing venues and deep-sea fishing round out the variety of attractions in the Miami Metropolitan Area that create a satisfying lifestyle for senior citizens of all interests and personality types.

Miami Senior Activities

Because South Florida attracts such a large number of senior citizens, many find it especially easy to find good friends who share similar values and interests. One of the easiest ways to do this is through one of the city’s many senior centers. Due to Miami’s diverse population, many organizations have reached out to help build bonds among ethnic and cultural groups. Miami-Dade County operates the Haitian American Senior Center in the Little Haiti neighborhood specifically for the Haitian American elderly. Private organizations, such as Jewish Community Services of South Florida, also run senior centers within the area.

Miami Medical Facilities

With a metropolitan population of more than 5.5 million, a city as large as Miami offers world-class medical services right in the heart of town. The University of Miami Health System, which operates multiple acute care and specialty facilities in Miami-Dade County, staffs an entire Gerontology division devoted to caring for those enjoying Miami senior living. As a part of a university medical school, the University of Miami Health System provides cutting-edge treatments and the opportunity to participate in clinical trials for diseases.

Miami Transit

Miami-Dade Transit provides for the public transportation needs of Miami residents. Services include traditional fixed-route Metrobus service, elevated Metrorail and Metromover train service, and a Special Transportation Service for disabled riders. The Special Transportation Service operates 24 hours a day and comes directly to an individual's place of residence. A one-way trip costs a mere $3.00, so transportation options exist for all who desire to travel within the Miami area.

Find Miami Senior Living

With a relaxing atmosphere and mild climate, Miami attracts millions of tourists each year. But the benefits of residing in such a city prove worthy of consideration. Browse our directory to find Independent Living, Assisted Living and Retirement Communities in Miami… Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top