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Companion care in Boca Raton
This is a service that provides emotional assistance and friendship for seniors that may be in good health or unhealthy. These services, which include not just mental health and wellness however likewise non-medical assistance to make their life a lot more convenient in the house area, often permit individuals to remain at their own homes rather than entering long-term SNFs. These services are usually spent for by “private pay” or long-term care insurance.
Personal Care at Home in Boca Raton
Personal care includes bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring (from a bed to a chair), grooming, feeding and other personal care needs. These services are typically paid for by “private pay” or long-term care insurance.
Skilled Nursing Care at Home in Boca Raton
Skilled Nursing means that a RN or LPN comes to the house to take care of medical necessities. Medications, education, wound care etc.
Alzheimer’s In-Home Care in Boca Raton
Alzheimer’s in-home care means having a private home health aide or caregiver come to your home. These services are “private pay” or paid for by long-term care insurance.
Hourly Home Care in Boca Raton
Hourly home care is care that is paid for by the hour. This can mean 24 hour home care that is paid hourly (as opposed to live-in care). This can also mean 4 to 8 hours shifts or 12-hour shifts. This is a great choice for clients who need a caregiver to stay awake at night. These services are typically paid for by “private pay” or long-term care insurance.
Live-In Home Care in Boca Raton
Live-In Home Care means that the caregiver lives in your home 24/7. They must have their own room and are allowed breaks, as well as days off. This type of caregiver sleeps during the night. These services are typically paid for by “private pay” or long-term care insurance.
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About Boca Raton
Boca Raton is located in the state of Florida, in Palm Beach County.
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Boca Raton (/rəˈtoʊn/ rə-TOHN), is a city in southern Palm Beach County, Florida. It was first incorporated on August 2, 1924, as “Bocaratone,” and then incorporated as “Boca Raton” in 1925. The 2019 population estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau was 99,805. However, approximately 200,000 additional people with a Boca Raton postal address live outside of municipal boundaries, such as in West Boca Raton. As a business center, the city experiences significant daytime population increases. Boca Raton is 45 miles (72 km) north of Miami and is a principal city of the Miami metropolitan area, which had a population of 6,012,331 people as of 2015. It is known as one of the wealthiest places in South Florida.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has an area of 29.1 sq mi (75.4 km2), of which 27.2 sq mi (70.4 km2) of this is land and 1.9 sq mi (5.0 km2) of it (6.63%) is water. Boca Raton is a “principal city” (as defined by the Census Bureau) of the Miami metropolitan area. Approximately 1 square mile is on the barrier island Deerfield Beach Island (DBI), also colloquially known as Deerfield Cay. Like other South Florida cities, Boca Raton has a water table that does not permit building basements, however plumbing and sewage is constructed underneath the homes and streets, in addition to electrical systems in some areas. There are several high points in the city, such as 4th Avenue which is aptly named “High Street.” The highest point in this area is the guard shack at Camino Gardens, which is 24 ft (7.3 m) above sea level. The Boca Raton Hotel’s Beach Club rests at 23 ft (7.0 m) above sea level.
Several small tunnels run under roads in Boca, but the roads are built up several feet at these locations, or are on dunes. Several of these tunnels are under State Road A1A at Spanish River Park, from the west side of the road where parking is available to beachgoers, to the east side of the road, which is where the beach is located. A1A is already higher than the surrounding land here due to sand dunes formed by erosion and other natural features.
Festivals and events
The Boca Raton Bowl is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sanctioned Division I college football bowl game that features the Mid-American Conference (MAC) facing off against an opponent from the American Athletic Conference (AAC) or Conference USA (C-USA) in alternating years. Each conference participates four times during the six-year agreement, which began with the 2014 season. The Bowl is held at the FAU Stadium.
St. Mark Greek Orthodox Church in Boca Raton hosts a popular Greek festival during the last weekend of January. An estimated 15,000 people attended the festival in 2018.
Additionally, the town hosts the “Festival of the Arts BOCA” annually during the spring, and the Brazilian Beat Festival in the fall.
Mizner Park is a lifestyle center in downtown Boca Raton. The area contains several stores and fashion boutiques, restaurants, an iPic movie theater, and housing. The Center for the Arts at Mizner Park is on the development’s north end, which includes the Boca Raton Museum of Art and the Count de Hoernele Amphitheater. Royal Palm Place is adjacent to Mizner Park, and it contains upscale shopping, restaurants, and apartments.
Town Center Mall
Town Center at Boca Raton is an upscale super-regional shopping center in Boca Raton that is the largest enclosed and conventional shopping mall within Palm Beach County, and the third largest by square feet in South Florida, behind Sawgrass Mills and Aventura Mall.
In 1999, the Simon Property Group bought Town Center at Boca Raton and began building a new wing on its southeastern side, and completed renovations in 2018.
Seritage Growth Properties plans to build a lifestyle center called The Collection at Boca Town Center which will provide shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Crocker Partners will build a Restaurant Row near the mall.
Beaches and parks
Boca Raton’s eastern coast has two miles of beaches, notably Red Reef Park and South Inlet Park.
Red Reef Park has the Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex, an environmental education center. Founded in 1984, Gumbo Limbo is a cooperative project of the City of Boca Raton, Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District, Florida Atlantic University, and Friends of Gumbo Limbo. In addition to the sea tanks, butterfly garden and boardwalk trail through the hammocks complete with an observation tower, Gumbo Limbo also houses a research facility run by FAU where students study coral reefs, sea turtles, sharks, sea grass and other marine-related subjects.
Sugar Sand Park is a municipal park in Boca Raton. It contains the Children’s Science Explorium. Another park is the Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park in West Boca Raton. The park contains several amenities, including the Osprey Point Golf Course, a dog park, the Sunset Cove Amphitheater, the Coconut Cove Waterpark, and the Daggerwing Nature Center. Spanish River Park is a family-friendly city park along the Intracoastal Waterway for picnicking, swimming & bird-watching.