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Port St. Lucie Assisted Living in Jensen Beach

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Assisted living at The Cabana at Jensen Dunes means feeling engaged, honored and fulfilled, regardless of physical or emotional challenges. Here, you’ll enjoy freedom from home maintenance and receive personalized assistance that will empower you to live the way you desire.

If you are searching for an assisted living community in Port St. Lucie you will be impressed with what our community has to offer.


What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living is a supportive option that includes housing, assistance with personal care needs, dining and a variety of convenient services and amenities. For individuals who value their independence but can benefit from help with personal care, like dressing and taking medications, assisted living can provide an ideal option.

Whether you’d like a little help with medication management or assistance with daily activities like dressing and personal care, the team at The Cabana at Jensen Dunes is here for you. This Jensen Beach/Port St. Lucie assisted living community includes various charming apartment suites thoughtfully designed with kitchenettes and private baths that give you a place you’ll love to call your own.

Cabana at Jensen Dunes’ Approach to Assisted Living 

Customized, one-on-one programs offer meaningful interactions that help you build connections and relationships. From health support to housekeeping, we’re 100% committed to your safety and well-being. People that remember the stereotypes of old nursing homes will be shocked by how nice our assisted living community and support is.

Assisted Living Services at Jensen Beach in Port St. Lucie

The Cabana at Jensen Dunes offers an engaging lifestyle to promote connections in our assisted living community. Residents benefit from numerous services, including:

  • Concierge services
  • 24-hour security
  • 24-hour health monitoring
  • Assistance with daily living (dressing, personal care)
  • Housekeeping and personal laundry and linens
  • Scheduled group transportation to social events and cultural programs
  • On-site rehabilitation clinic (physical, speech and occupational therapy)
  • Doctor’s office and exam rooms for private visits with a physician
  • Resources and support for family members including orientation sessions, educational seminars, sensitivity training seminars and family support groups
  • All utilities, except phone, and all maintenance and repairs – including apartment home and appliances
  • Cable and Wi-Fi
  • Trash removal
  • Property taxes
  • Memory care services for dementia and Alzheimer’s provided if the need arises

Pricing for Assisted Living in Florida

The cost to move into an assisted living community in Jensen Beach may be more affordable than you think. Upon moving to The Cabana at Jensen Dunes, you will pay a one-time fee of $2,500 plus the quoted monthly rate for assisted living. After you pay the one-time fee, you never have to pay it again and you will be responsible for just paying the monthly fee for assisted living.

Monthly fees for assisted living start at $4,389. In addition to the monthly fee for assisted living, you will pay for a wellness package that provides the services and support you need. We offer five different wellness packages. Cost of our wellness package start at $300.

For those in need of specialized memory care, we offer an all-inclusive rate. The monthly rate for memory care starts at $6,374.

Financial assistance may be available to you to help with the cost of assisted living. Learn about various financial assistance programs in Florida that may be able to help you pay for an assisted living community.

When It’s Time for Assisted Living

There are certain circumstances or situations that could indicate it may be time to transition from independent living to assisted living. The following are some examples of common signs that you or a loved one could benefit from assisted living:

  • Difficulty managing prescriptions: Failing to refill prescriptions, forgetting to take medications, taking the wrong dosage or not following directions.
  • Experiencing difficulty managing finances: Forgetting to pay bills, unable to properly budget for necessary expenses such as food, utilities or property tax, or over drafting a bank account.
  • Experiencing money problems: Overspending, purchasing unnecessary items or opening multiple credit cards/taking out various loans.
  • Declining ability to care for oneself: Needing assistance with various activities of daily living, such as bathing, eating, grooming and mobility or finding it difficult to make healthy, well-balanced meals on a regular basis.
  • Experiencing difficulty keeping and maintaining the home: As we age, it may be a little more troublesome to keep the house as tidy as it once was.
  • Experiencing feelings of depression, isolation or loneliness: Occasional depression and feelings of loneliness or isolation are common. However, they are typically not a common occurrence and could be a sign that it’s time to look for more opportunities for social interaction which can be found within a senior living community.
  • Worsening of medical conditions: As medical conditions appear or progress, it could become more difficult to handle daily activities.
  • Experiencing an increase in the number of falls: Falls can result in injury and are especially dangerous as we age. If trips and falls have increased, help may be needed in order to ensure one’s safety.

If any of the above situations sound familiar, it may be time to consider making the move to assisted living.

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How to Talk to Parents About Moving to Assisted Living

Having a conversation about assisted living with your parents can be difficult. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make things easier for both you and your parents.

Some things you can do to make this type of discussion easier for all involved include:

  • Using positive wording when discussing assisted living.
  • Make a list of your current concerns about your parents – make sure to word your concerns in a way that allows your parents to know you are worried, but doesn’t guilt them or make them feel bad. To help you make your list, visit our blog that discuss the signs that your loved one may benefit from assisted living.
  • Do your research before starting the conversation – research community options, pricing, financial assistance and other information that may be helpful to your parents as they consider moving to an assisted living community
  • Listen and validate your parents’ concerns and fears
  • Don’t rush the conversation – make sure you have plenty of time to not only discuss your concerns, but to hear what your parents have to say about the topic
  • Don’t expect to make an instant decision – give your parents time to think about what you discussed. Don’t pressure them to make a decision right away.

Using these tips can not only help you start the conversation, but they can help make sure that you discuss things in a healthy and productive manner.

Future Care Options: Memory Care

In the future, you or your family member’s needs may change. You may find yourself needing more support and assistance or you may require specialized care. The Cabana at Jensen Dunes is uniquely designed to handle changes in care.

Our wellness packages determine the care, support and assistance you receive when living at our assisted living community. You can choose a different wellness package should your needs change in the future.

The Cabana at Jensen Dunes has a memory care community on-site. If a resident should develop the need for this type of specialized care, there is no need to go through a complex moving process. Instead, they will be able to quickly, effortlessly and smoothly transition from assisted living to memory care.

Florida Assisted Living FAQs

Interested in learning more about our assisted living options in Florida? Contact us today and read through our list of frequently asked questions.

How Can I Pay for Assisted Living in Florida?

Assisted living is often paid for with private funds. Some examples of the funds people use to pay for assisted living include Social Security, pensions, reverse mortgage, investments and long-term care insurance.

Veterans and their spouses may be able to receive financial assistance through the VA Aid & Attendance program. This program provides you with a monthly allowance that can be used to pay for assisted living.

Some, or all, of the cost of assisted living may be covered by Medicaid. However, there are certain criteria, such as income limits, asset limits and care needs, that need to be met in order to qualify for Medicaid.

What is the Average Cost for an Assisted Living Facility in Florida?

The cost to live in an assisted living community is dependent on the level of care needed as well as the community’s services and amenities. Ultimately, it’s best to contact each community you’re interested in to determine the costs.

What’s the Best Place for Assisted Living?

When determining the best place for assisted living services, it’s important to do your research by reading up on assisted living communities themselves, speaking with others for referrals and looking at reviews. Ultimately, it’s up for you to decide as you choose the right assisted living community for your or your loved one’s unique needs.