Discover an encouraging community.
Located in Hollywood, Florida, Presidential Place is an assisted living and memory care community that supports you in your life journey. We have designed a welcoming, caring place for you to be encouraged.
About Presidential Place
Enjoy life at our Hollywood, Florida, community, where every person matters. You’ll find a team committed to supporting you and your family.
We want to help you stay active and healthy at Presidential Place. That’s why we’ve implemented customized plans that target all elements of wellness.
Meet The Team
At Presidential Place, you’ll find a qualified team with years of senior living experience.
With no large up-front fees and a monthly rental fee that helps you stay in control of your budget, the care you need is within reach. While our intimate design ensures individual attention and helps create a family-oriented atmosphere, our services and amenities rival much larger senior living communities. That makes life at Presidential Place an exceptional value.
Meet The Residents
Hear what residents and their family are saying about our assisted living and memory care services and programs at Presidential Place. Learn what they like most about our Hollywood, FL, retirement community and their reasons for moving here.
FAQs about our community
What is an Assisted Living Facility?
Assisted living is a housing category for seniors who need a bit of extra help with a few daily living tasks considered non-medical. These include tasks like dressing or bathing. Whereas nursing homes are more suitable for people who need higher levels of round-the-clock care, assisted living facilities are designed to create a home-like community where individuals can select the support they need to continue living independently. Some Assisted Living facilities will offer additional wellness programs, weekly housekeeping, linen, and personal laundry services.
What is a Memory Care Facility?
A memory care facility is a type of living facility that places special emphasis on safety, structure and routine for individuals with memory impairments, which in turn lowers the stress levels of residents who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s. Meals are usually provided and the staff helps residents with personal care tasks and managing medications. Some memory care facilities exist on their own, while others belong within an assisted living facility.
What’s the Difference Between Memory Care, Dementia Care and Alzheimer’s Care?
Memory care facilities are primarily designed to help individuals with memory impairments, including dementia, Alzheimer’s or other memory-related conditions. While the symptoms and care options for dementia and Alzheimer’s may vary, memory care facilities are equipped to provide care for both, as well as other forms of dementia like Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson's Disease Dementia.
Does Medicaid Pay for Memory Care Facilities?
Medicaid will pay for some of the fees associated with memory care facilities; however, this is not complete coverage in most cases. Medicaid will not pay the cost of room and board for residents living in assisted living facilities, even if they provide memory care services. Medicaid will cover some services like wellness visits and health risk assessments.