The city of Fort Lauderdale provides individuals a variety of long term care options to decide on with close to fifty residential care facilities around the area. It shouldn't be very hard to get around the city with the many public transportation options offered. Should the need arise, there are a number of hospitals and nursing homes in and around Fort Lauderdale.
Senior Living Amenities & Services
It is important to find the amenities required so that you or your loved one can feel relaxed. Some of the amenities in these care facilities can include:
Fort Lauderdale has a diverse network of care facilities that are there for seniors' unique needs which can go passed the usual level of amenities. Some senior care facilities arrange for kosher meals. They allow dogs and cats, arrange outdoor activities, and provide resident parking.
While not necessary, when contacting the facilities listed below it can be valuable to have medical history including any insurance, doctor, and contacts for any questions the facility coordinator might have. This can aid in outlining any specialized care the individual might need.
Assisted Living Costs in Fort Lauderdale
Annual cost of care facilities in the city might cost up to $33,600 or $2,800 per month based on records and surveys. Nearby Coconut Creek averages around $5,100 for long-term care facilities, which costs more than Fort Lauderdale. Individuals that need help covering the cost of care may be eligible for aid options through the federal government. Review the detailed breakdown of costs with comparisons for nearby cities below.
Source: Aggregated from the Genworth 2013, 2015 Cost of Care Survey, state licensing units, and from facility surveys. While we make every effort to ensure accuracy, please confirm details with facilities directly.