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14 Assisted Living Communities in Boynton Beach, Florida

The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,620 a month. This guide is a starting point covering the cost of assisted living care in the city, as well as financing options to pay for it. You’ll find in-depth information on 14 Assisted Living Communities in Boynton Beach and several in surrounding areas. The Cost of Senior Care in Boynton Beach, FL

  • Assisted Living: $3,620
  • Nursing Home Care: $7,756
  • In-home Care: $3,480
  • Adult Day Health Services: $1,517

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Reviews of Assisted Living Facilities in Boynton Beach

jane taubes

5

June 24, 2021

Other

seema the administrator and her associate kelli have just been wonderful to me and my husband harold who has been in care for over a year. the staff is so very caring. i feel they are taking very good care of him as i see him any time i want jane taubes

Robert

5

April 2, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother is in Brookdale West Boynton Beach. It's been a very positive experience. They're very good and very helpful. I had no idea how difficult it was getting my mother into assisted care, and Brookdale made it as easy as possible. They worked with me, answered all my questions, and did anything I asked. I was there when they were giving my mother the menu options, and I couldn't believe it -- it was like a restaurant. There were so many options. Her room is nice and clean, but it's assisted living and not a five-star hotel. They have a library and activity rooms. In order to get my mother into the facility, a nurse had to come out and do a thorough evaluation of her to see if she was a candidate for assisted living. They sent someone out the next day, even without a commitment from us to do the nursing evaluation, and that made it much easier to get her in there. She's entitled to get a veterans pension to help her pay her fees there, and I had to give them multiple forms. They filled them all out and gave them back to me the next day, and it was very helpful. I feel very comfortable with my mother being there. I'm very comfortable that she's getting the correct amount of attention and good care over there. The food looked good when I saw it. For lunch, they'd have three or four options. The resident gets a chance to choose which one she wants, and I was very impressed with that. The sales representative was fabulous.

SR

5

September 24, 2020

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My sister went to Discovery Village of Boynton Beach. She's very happy there and she's very active. They have a morning exercise program on the television, there's movies most evenings and some afternoons, and she plays bridge with some of the women there. She loves to walk and she's found a few people who like to walk as well. She's almost a vegetarian and she loves the food because they have, according to her, wonderful vegetables and fish. She's met a few nice people. She was reluctant to move there because she had come from a country club situation, but she has settled in and likes it very much. They're doing a huge renovation there. She moved into a small apartment, but it has a brand new kitchen, a microwave, a lovely new refrigerator and oven, and marble countertops. The bathroom has a brand new shower, brand new fixtures, and the floors are all brand new. They all have a little terrace outside and they're all brand new. It's quite nice, and it's moderately priced compared to some of the retirement homes. She's happy and she's a tough customer. If she's happy, we're happy. I only met the woman in charge of new people coming in and she was delightful, very helpful, she had us over for lunch there, and she explained everything. It was quite a very nice situation and now a neighbor's mother is going to be going there also. I had lunch a couple of times and the food was very nice. They're going through a huge renovation right now. The dining room is under construction. Everything's gonna be brand new and beautiful there once they're done.

Star

4

July 5, 2019

I visited this facility

My friend seemed to like Grand Villa of Boynton Beach. It looked great. The staff who accommodated me was the most caring person I talked to. The dining area looked very appealing. All of the activities looked good, too. They were doing karaoke while I was there, and it was very nice. The place was pretty compact, but it was quite good for the layout.

Doreen

3

May 16, 2019

I visited this facility

Grand Villa of Boynton Beach had shared apartments and I didn't want to share with somebody. I wanted my own place, but they said it would be a thousand dollars more, so I said, "Forget about it." The room had two full-sized beds with a wall in between, and you share the bathroom and a very small kitchen. I only met one lady and I told her I didn’t like the place and she wasn't interested in talking to me anymore. They have a pool.

HR

5

February 25, 2019

I visited this facility

We chose Discovery Village of Boynton Beach. The place was lovely and the food was outstanding. They offered wonderful amenities. It was heads and tails above the other places. There was a gym, a swimming pool, and they had nurses on-call if you needed one. Even though we're going into independent living, we would have access to many amenities similar to assisted living. They had a nice library and I saw a large 2-bedroom apartment. They had transportation service and concierge service. The price was about the same as the other places, but they offered much more. If needed, my husband could transfer into assisted living without having to move. The appliances in the apartments are stainless steel. The kitchen is being redone with beautiful granite countertops and things that you find in a much more expensive place. I had lunch there, and it was delicious. It was served by a waiter in uniform, and the eating facility looked like a fancy restaurant with tablecloths. They serve three meals a day, but you got to pick two of them. The staff I met was very nice.

Visitor01

5

December 3, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We chose Windward Palms for our sister because it's an active community, it has a dining room in the same building as the rooms, and the room is completely handicap accessible. The staff is very helpful. There's a pool, an outside porch for each apartment, and they have activities. She's pretty happy with the food. I have no complaints.

Reviewer454

5

November 1, 2018

I visited this facility

I absolutely love Sonata. I went yesterday to give them a deposit to hold an assisted living room; however, I was told that my dad had deteriorated. They weren't able to take him. Let me tell you though that it was a really wonderful community. We were trying to get my dad in by the end of this week. It was on a smaller scale. They have separate buildings for the memory care and for the assisted living. It was very clean, and everything was pristine. I spoke with a couple of the residents, and they were very happy. The two women that I dealt with were incredibly knowledgeable and very helpful.

RS

4

October 31, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother is residing at Windward Palms. I'm very happy with it. It is independent living, so there is no assistance. It is clean and it is nicely run. My mother has a very nice studio. They have activities. They have some nice amenities.

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Assisted Living Costs in Boynton Beach

The average cost of assisted living in Boynton Beach is $3,620 per month, which is $380 below the national average. Costs are lower to the south in Miami ($3,350) and comparable in cities to the north, such as Sebastian ($3,524) and Palm Bay ($3,750). 

Statewide, the average cost of assisted living is $3,500. Monthly prices are highest in Naples ($5,448) and The Villages ($5,031) and lowest in Lakeland ($2,808). 

Note: Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Boynton Beach, so data for the closest city, Port St. Lucie, was used. 

The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas

Boynton Bea…National Ave…State AverageSebastianPalm BayMiamiPensacolaJacksonvilleOrlando$3,200$3,400$3,600$3,800$4,000$4,200$4,400$4,600

RegionCost of Assisted Living

Boynton Beach/Port St. Lucie Area$3,620.00

National Average$4,000.00

State Average$3,500.00

Sebastian$3,524.00

Palm Bay$3,750.00

Miami$3,350.00

Pensacola$4,096.00

Jacksonville$4,425.00

Orlando$3,275.00

$4,600

Boynton Beach/Port St. Lucie Area

$3,620

National Average

$4,000

State Average

$3,500

Sebastian

$3,524

Palm Bay

$3,750

Miami

$3,350

Pensacola

$4,096

Jacksonville

$4,425

Orlando

$3,275

Care Cost Comparison

The average monthly price of a semiprivate room with nursing home care in Boynton Beach is $7,756, which is more than double the cost of assisted living ($3,620). Nursing facility care is costly because it includes around-the-clock skilled nursing for seniors who often have complex medical needs, while assisted living is geared towards those who are more independent.  Homemaker services costs slightly less than assisted living, while a home health aide costs slightly more. When calculating the total monthly cost of each senior care service, it’s important to add the ongoing costs involved with maintaining a home, such as rent, repairs and insurance. 

 

Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart

Assisted Living

$3,620

Homemaker Services

$3,480

Home Health Aide

$3,813

Adult Day Health Services

$1,517

Nursing Home Care

$7,756

Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Boynton Beach

Medicaid in Florida

Medicaid provides low-income seniors, children, pregnant women and adults with disabilities essential health services using state and federal government funds. By law, all Medicaid plans must include inpatient and outpatient hospital care, nursing facility services, primary care, X-rays and lab testing. 

To qualify for long-term Florida Medicaid services, seniors aged 65 and older must have a monthly income of $2,313 or less. Income from all sources is counted, including pensions, wages and alimony payments. 

Asset limits are $2,000 per person, or $3,000 per couple. All cash, bank account balances and investments are included in this total. A personal vehicle, prepaid burial contract and an owner-occupied house, mobile home or condominium are exempt if the assessed value is $585,000 or less. 

Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long-Term Care Program

Federal law requires that all Medicaid participants who request long-term services must complete the Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long-Term Care Program. This program evaluates the current and anticipated care needs of each applicant in order to determine the safest, most cost-effective placement option. 

Statewide Medicaid Managed Care Long-Term Care Program

Following a CARES assessment, seniors may be referred to the Statewide Medicaid Managed Care Long-Term Care Program, a community-based nursing home diversion program.

SMMC LTC services are delivered to seniors in a noninstitutional setting, such as assisted living, and assigned based on the care needs of each senior. These services may include personal and attendant care, adult day health care, medical supplies, skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapies. 

For more information about Florida Medicaid and the SMMC LTC, call ACCESS Florida at (866) 762-2237 or the Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach/Treasure Coast at (866) 684-5885.

Other Financial Assistance Programs for Assisted Living

Optional State Supplementation

Seniors who collect Supplemental Security Income benefits and are unable to live on their own may qualify for additional cash benefits through the Optional State Supplementation program. 

The OSS program gives eligible seniors aged 65 and older up to $78.40 per person ($156.80 per couple) to help cover room-and-board costs in an assisted living facility. 

For more information, contact the Social Security Administration at (800) 772-1213. 

Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly

Seniors aged 55 and older who need the type of care normally provided in a nursing facility may be eligible for enrollment in the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly

PACE is an integrated, single-source care model that provides seniors with wrap-around services and supports to promote independence and wellness. Services are centralized at a PACE center that’s equipped with an outpatient medical clinic, treatment rooms, recreational spaces and a communal dining area. Participants are provided with door-to-door transportation to the PACE center and all other medical appointments. 

To qualify for PACE, seniors must live in an area where PACE services are available, qualify for Medicaid or Medicaid and Medicare, and be able to live safely in a noninstitutional setting with supports. Seniors without Medicaid coverage can also participate on a private-pay basis. 

Seniors enrolled in PACE receive all of their care services through PACE-affiliated providers. Participation is voluntary, and seniors are free to leave the program at any time. 

For more information, call MorseLife, the Palm Beach County PACE provider, at (561) 570-2818. 

Assisted Living Resources in Boynton Beach

Senior Center

Boynton Beach seniors aged 55 and older qualify for free membership in the Boynton Beach Senior Center. Open Monday through Friday, the center hosts a variety of social clubs, fitness classes and wellness screening clinics. There’s free WiFi at the Seaside Cafe and live music every Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. 

Boynton Beach Senior Center
1021 Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach, FL 33435
(561) 742-6570

Veterans Services

Palm Beach County’s Veterans Services provides veterans and survivors with help in securing the maximum available entitlements through local, state and federal benefit programs. The VSO can also help veterans obtain service records and arrange transportation to VA health care facilities. 

A full complement of VA health services, including emergency, outpatient and specialty care, is available at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center. 

Palm Beach County Veterans Services
810 Datura St., West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 355-4761

West Palm Beach VA Medical Center
7305 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33410
(561-422-8262

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