Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra, Ponte Vedra Beach FL
Looking for premium memory care in northern Florida? Welcome to Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra, where residents enjoy luxury amenities while they receive specialized care tailored to their individual needs.
What makes Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra special? Unlike many communities which offer additional senior living options alongside memory care - like independent or assisted living - Arbor Terrace is a dedicated memory care residence. They do not offer other types of long-term care, instead focusing on structured care for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Their caregivers and nurses are specially trained to work with residents who have memory impairments, using patient, compassionate strategies to stimulate their minds and improve their sense of well-being.
At Arbor Terrace, rent pays for more than a person’s room and board. Memory care required well-rounded attention to detail, ensuring residents feel peace of mind for each portion of their unique dementia journey. Along with the resident’s choice of apartment, monthly rent includes:
- Individualized care plans, specially crafted for each resident based on their care needs
- Medication supervision, courtesy of a licensed nurse
- Structured activities
- On-campus dementia and Alzheimer's support group
- Group and one-on-one counseling for residents' families
- Monitored entries and exits
Apartments and common areas are carefully crafted to be dementia-friendly, minimizing risks for falls and confusion by design. As a result, residents are free to adventure throughout the community without worry, maximizing independence without sacrificing safety or security.
Incoming residents may choose from private studios, shared suites, and semi-shared suites according to their personal preference and their budget. Private and semi-private suites feature open-concept floor plans that are easy to manage and navigate, while shared suites provide the company of a roommate with the privacy of individual rooms.
Rent includes access to all utilities, like electricity and water. It also covers services like housekeeping, daily bed-making, trash removal, and linen service so residents can enjoy an entirely maintenance-free lifestyle. Instead of washing windows or sweeping floors, residents are free to spend their time pursuing their passions - the care staff will take care of the rest.
Meals play a major role in life at Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra, thanks to the community’s outstanding Dining with Dignity program. As people get older, they may have difficulty chewing or swallowing - especially if they have dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. The kitchen staff takes these challenges to heart, carefully preparing meals that pose minimal risks for choking and aspiration. When residents have special dietary needs, the kitchen staff are happy to assist in any way they can, providing alternative meals and substitute ingredients so everyone can dine with delight.
With so much to offer, it’s important for families to visit Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra to see everything that makes the community unique. From its exceptional location in breathtaking Ponte Vedra to its state-of-the-art wellness programs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy while they receive long-term care. The community offers free tours for families who are interested, letting them start their dementia care journey the right way. By touring, families can ask questions and get a better understanding of Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra so they can make an educated decision about long-term care.
For more information about the community before touring, please read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below or use the link above to make an inquiry.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: How do I know I (or my loved one) needs Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra’s memory care services?
In many cases, dementia onsets gradually over a long period of time. For some families, it can be challenging to notice the first signs before memory loss has a major impact on a person’s life.
Knowing when to seek help is an important part of long-term memory care. A doctor’s diagnosis can help, but symptoms, like losing track of time, troubling paying bills, and struggling to complete familiar activities, are all important signs it’s time for more care.
Ultimately, moving into memory care isn’t always an easy decision and families don’t have to make it alone. Families should speak with their loved one’s doctor for information about the person’s symptoms, learning more about the warning signs that precede typical home-to-community transitions.
For more information, please use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How much does memory care cost at Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra?
At Arbor Terrace, rental fees vary among residents. A person’s level of care and chosen apartment impact their monthly rent, without a one-size-fits-all price.
Many families feel they cannot afford long-term care, but Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra is often more affordable than they expect. With options to fit most budgets, the community is a viable option for families with varying financial resources.
Getting a personalized monthly quote for Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra is easy - simply find the ‘Get Pricing’ link above and enter accurate information for an estimate. For more information about the community’s pricing policies please use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How can I can pay for memory are at Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra?
How a family pays for long-term care depends on their personal resources and preferences. Common ways to pay for care include:
- Long-term care insurance
- Veterans’ benefits (including the Aid and Attendance Benefit)
- Reverse mortgages
- Paying out of social security
It’s important for families to financially prepare for long-term care before it’s time to move in. For example, long-term insurance policies can be an excellent way to cover the costs, but in many cases, they require years of foresight to be viable.
Veterans may have access to the Aid and Attendance Benefit if they meet the award’s eligibility requirements. To receive the award, veterans must 1) have served for at least 90 days, with at least one day occurring during times of war and 2) require assistance with their daily activities from another person. Veterans should speak with their VA caseworker directly for more information about their eligibility.
For more information about paying for senior care, please use the link above to make an inquiry or review the information posted here.
From The Owner
As specialists in dementia and other memory care diseases we have dedicated programs that speak to the progression of dementia and help staff focus on what remains as a part of the disease process rather than what is lost. You will find comfortable, attractive residences coupled with engaging activities and events, giving you the peace of mind that we offer nothing but the best in care and quality of life. Keep Reading