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There are 4 retirement communities in Fort Lauderdale, FL and 6 retirement communities nearby.
Welcome to Gateway Terrace! Gateway Terrace is a 257-unit apartment community in the balmy Victoria Park neighborhood of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. It is situated at the stunning intersection of Karen Canal and Middle River. Amenities include shuffleboard courts, a beauty/barber…
Palms Villa Retirement Home Palms Villa Retirement Home is an assisted living facility in Oakland Park, FL. Palms Villa Retirement Home offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement…
Hidden Palms Hidden Palms is an assisted living facility located in Wilton Manors, FL 33311. Assisted living facilities provide care to people who require assistance with activities of daily living. This care setting provides an intermediate level of care for…
Fort Lauderdale is located in Broward County, on the east coast of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 165,521, and is considered part of the South Florida Metropolitan Area. Fort Lauderdale’s beach location, average temperature of seventy five degrees Fahrenheit, and average of 3,000 hours of sunshine per year makes the city an active tourist destination, meaning there is always something to do for residents of Fort Lauderdale retirement communities. Fort Lauderdale is also a major yachting center, with 100 marinas housing 45,000 yachts.
Seniors in Fort Lauderdale are served by Broward County Elderly and Veterans Services. The organization’s Aging and Disability Resource Center connects seniors with available programs and resources in the Fort Lauderdale community, such as emergency home energy assistance programs, nutrition assistance programs, congregate and home delivered meals, and health insurance counseling. Assistance for chronic conditions, such as living healthy programs and self-management workshops, are available along with other health and fitness programs, including Tai Chi programs for better balance, programs to address fall concerns, and more.
As a tourist destination, there is never a lack of things to do in Fort Lauderdale. In the Greater Fort Lauderdale area, there are over 4,000 restaurants, 63 golf courses, 12 shopping malls, 16 museums, and 278 campsites. Seniors who like to travel may enjoy taking advantage of the many cruise ships that leave from Port Everglades. The Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District runs from the beach to downtown, and includes the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, a venue which regularly hosts various musicals, plays, and musical acts. The Florida Grand Opera also puts on several performances per year. Seniors who enjoy art will enjoy visiting exhibits and taking advantage of opportunities offered by Artserve, Inc. A visit to the Bellagio International Gallery and the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale are also in order for the senior who appreciates fine art. There are also lots of theaters and cinemas, including the world’s largest drive-in theater, boasting 13 screens.
Broward Health Medical Center is a general hospital located in Fort Lauderdale. Broward Health was ranked highly by US News and World Report for its excellent cardiology, heart surgery, and nephrology care. The hospital also offers specialties in diabetes, gastroenterology, neurology, orthopedics, and urology. Geriatrics care is also highly ranked, with their senior services including not only medical treatment, but activities, classes, a helpline, and support groups. Broward Health Medical Center also has emergency services available.
Seniors who need to get around town but don’t drive or have their own vehicles rely on Broward County Transit to get where they need to go. BCT’s Community Bus service is designed to increase the number of destinations within city limits that are accessible via public transport. Additionally, BCT’s TOPS! program aims to serve individuals with disabilities by offering reliable, accessible transportation for ADA-qualified riders. Seniors who need assistance with transportation may be eligible for free or reduced public transit fares.
Fort Lauderdale retirement communities benefit from the city’s tourism industry, creating a city with plenty to do in a location where the weather is warm and mild, even in the winter. For more information, see our options for Fort Lauderdale retirement communities.
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