20% of Floridians are 65 years of age or older. That’s a larger percentage than any other state, which begs the question: why is Florida such a great place to age? As Palm Beach home health care providers, we think it’s important for us to understand the reasons why our clients live down here.
For that reason, we’d like to discuss some of the benefits that Florida has to offer.
First, let’s get the obvious out of the way: everyone loves Florida’s sunny weather. Research shows that, as we age, we become more sensitive to cold weather. It therefore makes sense that so many of us head down south.
Finances can be overwhelming, especially if you don't have a care manager who can help keep track of paperwork, insurance, and so on. Luckily, Florida makes things a bit easier.
It doesn’t have a state income tax, which means it doesn’t tax Social Security either. Our cost-of-living is also slightly less than the national average, and there’s even a homestead exemption that can help some seniors significantly reduce their property taxes.
Loneliness is a problem many of us face at some point in our lives. Often, it’s much easier to meet people when you’re surrounded by others you share experiences with.
This might even be the best reason for seniors to live here: there are plenty of other seniors down here, which means there are events, clubs, and other activities that you can enjoy, which will allow you to socialize and meet people.
Our team has been providing care for decades, helping people live the highest quality life possible. We offer personal, live-in, memory care, and more. Want to learn more about our services? Please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
We assist seniors with tasks such as getting ready in the morning and settling in for the night.
We help in maintaining a household and an independent life, such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, sewing, and similar tasks.
Our professional caregivers are available to simply be there, giving your loved one some quality company and friendship.
We can handle medication schedules so your loved ones take them when they should with the correct dosage.
Although we attempt to avoid guardianship, sometimes it is necessary. A guardian is a person who is legally responsible for managing the affairs of an incapacitated person.
At Aging Allies, we want to ease the process and your concerns while enriching the lives of you or your loved ones through in-home care for seniors in Palm Beach. We also offer in-home senior care in the Palm Beach County and Port St. Lucie County areas.. Call us today to schedule a free at-home assessment.view all caregiver services