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The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,350 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 8 assisted living facilities in Pompano Beach and 30 in surrounding areas.
The Cost of Senior Care in Pompano Beach, FL
The Preserve at Palm Aire, located in Pompano Beach, offers independent and assisted living options amidst lush grounds and the convenience of nearby shopping and recreation.
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Lighthouse Inn South Assisted Living offers a home for those who can no longer live safely on their own, along with many stimulating activities. On-site services include therapy services, primary care physicians and laboratory services.
Green Life of Pompano Beach offers a gracious retirement living option for seniors who can no longer live safely alone. Our helpful caregivers are on hand to provide assistance with activities of daily living including bathing, dressing and medications.
Our goal is to provide our residents the attention and services they need. Boasting a state of the art Electronic Medication Administration, we ensure residents always receives the correct medications on-time, everytime.
Grand Court, is a state-of-the-art retirement and care community that offers its residents the active, independent life-style of today. In addition, we provide all the necessary care that may be necessary for a healthy and happy tomorrow. Our Wellness Center…
Angel Care ALF is family owned assisted living care home with 6 residents. Angel Care is located in a beautiful quiet neighborhood. We aim to provide the highest quality of care to all residents at all times by making them…
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In Atlantic Shores Retirement Residence you will always feel the warmth and care we provide, where our priority is health and wellness, and is a place where you can feel at home.
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Watch the boats go by at Premier Residences of Pompano Beach, where residents enjoy panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. With just steps to the beach in the front and ocean access boat slips in our back…
This used to be a wonderful, warm and happy place. Leisure care took over the facility in June and it now feels more like an institution. There are very few social activities for the residents, the dining room is a complete disaster from the quality and quantity of the food to the depressing atmosphere. When my mother ...Read more The Preserve at Palm Aire reviews
The staff here is amazingly helpful, informative and kind. They helped make this difficult transition for me and my family member easy, stress free and comforting. There's always someone available to talk with when Any of us have any questions. We haven't encountered any concerns in the time we've been here, and that's...Read more The Preserve at Palm Aire reviews
Upon arriving at Preserve At Palm Aire in Pompano Beach, Fl. I was greeted by Lisa, the pleasant receptionist at the front desk. She introduced me to Sharon, the Marketing Coordinator. Sharon was very professional, friendly, and knowledgeable, and took me on a tour of a 1 bedroom that she explained could be personalize...Read more The Preserve at Palm Aire reviews
Arriving at The Preserve at Palm Arie feels relaxed and pleasent. The scenery is colorful and tropical. The administrative and nursing staff is professional and informative. It's important to them to stay current on ways to maintain the longevity of the seniors. The facility itself is maintained well and cleaned. The a...Read more The Preserve at Palm Aire reviews
The overall experience at The Preserve at Palm-Aire was excellent. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The physicians on-site are thorough and have been very helpful to my mom in giving her some good guidance with regard to some of the issues that she has. There are a lot of good activities and a lot of oppor...Read more The Preserve at Palm Aire reviews
Monthly assisted living costs vary nationwide. These costs are documented in Genworth’s 2018 Cost of Care study which shows that at $3,350, monthly assisted living in Pompano Beach costs less than the state ($3,500) and national ($4,000) averages. Prices are slightly higher to the north in Port St. Lucie ($3,620), Sebastian ($3,524) and Palm Bay ($3,750), while prices are significantly higher to the west in Cape Coral ($4,000) and Naples ($5,448).
Note: Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Pompano Beach, so data for the nearest city, Miami, was used instead.
The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas
The cost of senior care varies with the type of care, location and number of service hours provided per week. In Pompano Beach, nursing home care is the most expensive option because it provides seniors with 24-hour skilled nursing care in a state-licensed facility.
The price of assisted living is on par with 44 hours per week of homemaker or home health aide services. Unlike residential care options for seniors that include room and board, in-home care costs are in addition to ongoing expenses, such as food, utility payments and home maintenance.
Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart
Medicaid provides low-income seniors with essential medical care services, including emergency, inpatient and outpatient hospital care, a primary physician and long-term care, using funds provided by the state and federal government.
To ensure Medicaid coverage is offered to all people who would otherwise be left without any health care, Florida has income and asset limits for those seeking Medicaid enrollment. Seniors who already receive Supplemental Security Income are automatically enrolled in Medicaid, and they only need to complete further screening if requesting Medicaid-funded long-term care services.
Florida’s Medicaid income limit for seniors 65 and older is 300% of the federal SSI benefit rate or $2,313 a month for singles and $4,626 for couples.
Note: These amounts are subject to change annually, and income from all sources, including alimony, pensions, wages and investments, are counted.
As an income cap state, Florida seniors with income that exceeds Medicaid limits don’t have the option to spend-down excess income in order to reach Medicaid eligibility levels. Seniors can establish a Qualified Income Trust, also called a Miller Trust, to become eligible for Medicaid by placing excess income into a trust which names the State as the beneficiary.
Seniors must also meet asset limits, currently set at $2,000 for an individual and $3,000 for a couple applying together. Some assets are considered exempt, including one vehicle, household furnishings, clothing and a home, valued at $585,000 or less, in which the applicant lives.
Statewide Medicaid Managed Care Long-Term Care Program
Florida offers a Medicaid waiver for seniors who meet the criteria for nursing home placement but prefer to reside in an assisted living facility.
The Statewide Medicaid Managed Care Long-Term Care Program provides medically necessary services to seniors in order for them to live safely in an assisted living community.
To qualify for the SMMC LTC, seniors must complete an assessment through the Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long-Term Care Services program, which screens all Medicaid enrollees seeking long-term care. A designated CARES physician or registered nurse reviews each assessment and if appropriate refers the senior to the SMMC LTC program.
If accepted, seniors may be eligible to receive some or all of the following Medicaid-funded services:
To learn more about Florida Medicaid, the SMMC LTC and the CARES program, contact the Broward County Elder Helpline at (954) 745-9779.
Optional State Supplementation
Seniors who collect SSI and are unable to live independently due to age-related deterioration may be eligible for up to $78.40 per month ($156.80 per couple) to help pay for the room-and-board portion of assisted living costs.
To learn more about Florida’s OSS program contact ACCESS Florida at (866) 762-2237.
The City of Pompano Beach’s Parks and Rec department operates a number of facilities which offer free and low-cost recreational programming geared towards seniors. Programs include weekly drop-in seniors’ card and board games, biweekly bingo and ACBL-sanctioned duplicate bridge sessions.
Pompano Beach Parks and Rec
100 West Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
The Broward County Aging and Disability Resource Center provides seniors with referrals to resources and support services, such as low-cost legal assistance, senior nutrition sites and door-to-door wheelchair-accessible transportation.
Seniors can visit the ADRC weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or call to speak with an information and referral specialist. Service is available in English, Creole and Spanish.
Broward County Aging and Disability Resource Center
5300 Hiatus Rd., Sunrise, FL 33351
Veterans and survivors who need help with pensions, burial benefits and appeals can contact Broward County Veterans Services. Outpatient VA health services, including dental, cardiology, neurology and prosthetics, are available at the William Bill Kling VA Clinic in nearby Sunrise.
Broward County Veterans Services Section
2995 North Dixie Hwy., Oakland Park, FL 33334
William Bill Kling VA Clinic
9800 West Commercial Blvd., Sunrise, FL 33351
Pompano Beach Vet Center
2300 West Sample Rd., Suite 102, Pompano, FL 33073
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