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Page Reviewed / Updated – October 14, 2020

The 10 Best Assisted Living Facilities in Coral Springs, FL

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Located in Broward County, the city of Coral Springs is 11 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean and located next to the Everglades National Forest. Coral Springs has been recognized for its overall livability, aesthetic appeal and family-friendly atmosphere. Seniors enjoy mild winters; measurable snowfall is rare in Coral Springs, but humidity during the summer can be stifling.

Coral Springs has 50 city parks, spanning 100s of acres of open space and making it an ideal retirement destination for nature-loving seniors. Coral Springs Center for the Arts delivers a modern fusion of music, dance and performing arts, and nearby water parks and children’s museums provide fun places to take the grandkids when they visit.

Coral Springs is a relatively small town with access to nearby city amenities without the traffic and crime. Considered one of the safest cities in the county, its violent and property crime rates are lower than the national average. Although its cost of living is 24% higher than the national average, its health costs are slightly lower. Florida doesn’t have state income tax, making social security and other retirement benefits tax exempt.

Note: Information for Coral Springs wasn’t available, so data for the Miami area was used.

See our list of the top 10 assisted living communities in Coral Springs. Additionally, find out more about the cost of assisted living in Coral Springs and what financial assistance programs are available.

The Preserve at Palm-Aire

The Preserve at Palm-Aire is a bustling community in Pompano Beach, just 12 miles southeast of Coral Springs. It offers amenities for seniors with varying interests and ability levels and the personal care and assistance that provides peace of mind. A resident care director leads the staff, and a licensed nurse and provides around-the-clock resident care with 24-hour emergency call system response. Meals are expertly prepared by dedicated chefs inspired by residents’ menu ideas and eaten in a restaurant-style dining room. The Preserve's vibrant activities calendar provides programs designed to connect residents to each other and the surrounding community.

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  • Amenities include outdoor pool, whirlpool spa, landscaped private gardens and walking paths
  • Studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes available

Park Summit

Park Summit is nestled in a thriving Coral Springs neighborhood, close to restaurants, shopping, entertainment, outdoor activities, golf courses, museums, performing arts and historical sites. This pet friendly assisted living community offers beautifully appointed studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. Residents enjoy numerous social activities and engaging activities that allow them to expand their social circle, while having the support and assistance with activities of daily living they need. The community also offers restaurant-style dining, scheduled local transportation, wellness checks, a nurse on premises 24/7 and a spacious activity center, fitness center with exercise classes and swimming pool.

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  • Easy access to Coral Springs Medical Center and Northwest Medical Center
  • Provides in-house doctor visits and physical therapy/rehabilitation

Grand Villa of Deerfield Beach

Located 17 miles northeast of Coral Springs, Grand Villa of Deerfield Beach made our list for its commitment to protecting the privacy and dignity of its residents, acting with integrity and encouraging independence in a caring environment. Residents live in spacious studio and one-bedroom apartments with kitchenettes, individual climate controls and private bathrooms equipped with safety features. The facility provides restaurant-style dining with delicious chef-prepared meals and housekeeping. It employs a full-time activities coordinator who plans activities, classes, lectures, parties and weekly excursions to local attractions, meant to entertain and engage residents.

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  • Medication management includes ordering and delivery services by a preferred provider
  • Outdoor areas to sit, socialize and enjoy nature

Atria Willow Wood

Atria Willow Wood is a vibrant community in Fort Lauderdale, about 30 miles southeast of Coral Springs, and tailored to meet the needs of active residents with varying interests. It offers private studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments with emergency alert systems and housekeeping and linen services. Discreet 24/7 support from its professional staff includes personal care, assistance with activities of daily living, safety checks, medication reminders and daytime and overnight assistance with incontinence management. Residents also enjoy fresh chef-prepared meals and a full calendar of daily social, educational, entertainment and cultural events through its signature Engage Life program.

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  • Aqua aerobics class in the heated pool
  • Short-term stays provided to those wanting to see if assisted living is the right fit

Margate Manor

Nestled in a quiet south Florida neighborhood, Margate Manor is six miles southeast of Coral Springs and made our top 10 list for its warmth, hospitality, unique personality and distinct charm. This small assisted living residence offers studio and one-bedroom apartments with a cozy, homelike atmosphere and balconies or patios that often provide beautiful, scenic lake views. The community also boasts many common areas to provide socialization opportunities and schedules numerous daily recreational, therapeutic and social activities. It provides dedicated staff members to assist with daily activities and licensed on-site nurses available 24/7.

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  • Scheduled chauffeured transportation and assistance with appointments
  • Three gourmet meals served daily

Brookdale Deer Creek

We recommend Brookdale Deer Creek for its resort-style setting, complete with luxury features, and its continuum of care that allows residents to age in place. Located about 17 miles northeast of Coral Springs in Deerfield Beach, Brookdale features a stunning marble-floored entryway, luxurious chandeliers and a courtyard with a European feel with a central fountain. It provides customized care, so residents only pay for the services they use, and offer off-site trips and several hobby groups, creative pursuits and fitness classes. Residents enjoy on-site postal services, restaurant-style dining, a café/bistro and a coffee shop.

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  • Studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartment homes
  • 24-hour security system and concierge services

Stratford Court of Boca Pointe

Stratford Court of Boca Pointe was chosen because its an award-winning community, recognized with a Bronze National Quality Award by the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living. Located 16 miles northeast of Coral Springs in Boca Raton, Stratford Court features a full slate of recreational, social and educational activities, including art and literature courses, live entertainment and various exercise classes. This pet friendly community provides expansive grounds featuring beautiful gardens with a koi pond, and a private, screened balcony. Most apartments include in-unit washer dryers with coin-free washer dryers also available in various laundry rooms.

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  • Dining program led by in-house chef who prepares fresh meals daily
  • Heated swimming pool and hot tub

HarborChase of Coral Springs

HarborChase has created a unique blend of luxury and comfort with the inviting feel of a cozy bed and breakfast inn. Its team of professionally trained staff provides 24/7 on-call expert attention and a well-rounded life enrichment program with over 21 daily activities, group events, weekly excursions and community celebrations. Residents have three unique private studio apartment floor plans to choose from with customized features for safety and special needs. From personalized care to emotional support, its staff strives to enhance residents’ overall health and well-being with other amenities including housekeeping, laundry and transportation services.

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  • Available services include therapy, psychology, support groups, podiatry, auditory clinics and equipment repairs
  • Dining options include three chef-prepared meals daily, all-day room service and bistro selections

Pacifica Senior Living Forest Trace

Pacifica Senior Living Forest Trace is recommended for its Heartland™ Assisted Living Advantage Program, which provides complete flexibility and charges only for the care a resident requires with five levels of care available. Located 14 miles southeast of Coral Springs in Lauderhill, this full-service, gated community spans 73 acres of immaculate landscapes and scenic gardens with a 30-acre lake. Its professional, well-trained staff focus on providing engaging, active lifestyles with assistance tailored to individual resident’s needs. Amenities include a heated pool, sauna, steam room, fitness center, full-service clubhouse, movie theater, library and beauty salon.

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  • Pets welcome with breed and weight restrictions
  • Wellness center with on-site nursing, medical offices and therapy

Atria Tamarac

Located five miles southeast of Coral Springs, Atria Tamarac offers assisted living in a vibrant community that provides discreet 24/7 support and 24/7 on-call nurses. This pet friendly community offers private studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments with emergency alert systems, kitchens or kitchenettes, individual comfort control and housekeeping and linen services. It provides chef-prepared meals with full-table service with on-site dining venues, including outdoor dining. A calendar full of engaging events encourages residents to stay active, connect with neighbors and achieve personal goals. Community features include walking paths, concierge service and a patio, courtyard, resident garden space, shuttle service and fitness center.

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  • Meal options include low-sodium, ethnic, vegetarian and kosher options
  • Provides coordination with outside healthcare providers

The Cost of Senior Living and Care in Coral Springs

In Coral Springs, the cost of most senior care services is lower than the state median, though costs vary quite a bit throughout the state, particularly among its major metropolitan areas. According to the Genworth 2018 Cost of Care Survey, the average monthly cost of an assisted living facility in Coral Springs is $150 per month less than the state median, while the cost of nursing home care is roughly $550 higher than the state median. Homemaker services are almost $500 less in Coral Springs than in the average Florida city, while adult day care costs $55 less in Coral Springs than the state median.

Note:Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Coral Springs, so the data for the closest city, Miami, was used.

How much does Assisted Living Cost in Coral Springs?

At $3,350 a month, assisted living facilities in the Coral Springs area are $150 less than the state median. This monthly cost is also less than what seniors pay for assisted living in most of Florida’s major cities. As for nearby areas, assisted living in Port St. Lucie costs an average of $3,620. Directly across the state in Cape Coral, costs are even higher at $4,000 a month.

The Miami area, which includes Coral Springs, has some of the lowest monthly costs for assisted living among Florida’s major cities. Only Tampa and Orlando, both at $3,275 a month, are lower. Jacksonville has some of the state’s highest assisted living costs at $4,425 a month, while Tallahassee is right behind it at $4,339 a month.

How much does Home Care Cost in Coral Springs?

The average cost of home care in Coral Springs, assuming 44 hours a week of services, is $3,337 per month, which is almost $500 cheaper than the state median of $3,804.

Home care costs in Coral Springs are on the low end compared to nearby cities. In Port St. Lucie, the average monthly cost of home care is $3,480, while in Cape Coral, it is $3,909. As for major cities in Florida, Jacksonville has average monthly home care costs of $3,670, Orlando and Tallahassee’s costs both average $4004 and Tampa’s average $3,718.

How much does Adult Day Care Cost in Coral Springs?

The average cost of adult day care in Coral Springs is $1,408 a month. This number comes in at $55 under the state median of $1,463. Nearby, Port St. Lucie has average costs of $1,517, while adult day care in Cape Coral averages $1,571. As for Florida’s major cities, Orlando and Tallahassee both have cheaper average adult day care costs than Cape Coral, coming in at $1,300 and $1,246, respectively. Tampa, with an average cost of $1,907 a month, and Jacksonville, at $2,080 a month, both have substantially higher adult day care costs than Coral Springs.

How much does Nursing Home Costs in Coral Springs?

Nursing home care is the one area where Coral Springs residents pay more than the state median. In Coral Springs, seniors pay an average of $8,699 for a semi-private room in a nursing home. The state median is $8,152. In Port St. Lucie, average nursing home costs are more than $900 less than in Coral Springs, while in Cape Coral, the average costs are about $400 lower than in Coral Springs.

As for the major cities, Jacksonville residents pay a staggering $1,500 less per month for nursing home care than residents of Coral Springs, while Orlando residents pay about $500 less. In Tampa, nursing home care costs almost $400 less each month than in Coral Springs, while Tallahassee’s costs are almost $900 lower than the costs in Coral Springs.

Financial Assistance Programs in Coral Springs

Medicaid Program in Coral Springs

The Florida Medicaid program helps residents of Coral Springs who have limited financial means to pay for nursing home care, assisted living, home care and other senior services. Medicaid in Florida is an entitlement program. Anyone who meets the program’s income and asset requirements can receive all of its services. The program covers the full cost of certain senior services in Coral Springs and contributes to the cost of others, with the beneficiary or their private insurer responsible for the balance. You must qualify for Medicaid’s managed long-term care program to receive financial help for assisted living. Eligibility requirements for this program include limited financial means and a demonstrated need for care.

The financial requirements to qualify for Florida Medicaid in Coral Springs include a monthly income of under $2,250 a month for a single applicant or $4,500 a month for a married couple applying together. Your total assets may not exceed $2,000 if you are single or $3,000 if you are a married couple, though the program allows you to exclude certain items, such as your home and car, from the total.

To apply for Florida Medicaid, including the managed long-term care program, in Coral Springs, visit or call (866) 762-2237.

Medicaid Waivers in Coral Springs

Florida no longer has a Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Medicaid Waiver. Instead, in 2014, the state replaced the program with its Statewide Managed Medicaid Care Long Term Care program. This managed program provides a host of services to eligible seniors, including meal prep and delivery, personal care and help with errands. Under the rules of the program, eligible participants can have a caregiver appointed by Medicaid, or they may appoint a person of their choice, such as a relative or friend.

One of the biggest benefits of the switch from waivers to the managed long-term care program is that the new program is an entitlement. That means there is no waiting list or cap on enrollment and that anyone who meets the program’s requirements can sign up and receive services.

To qualify for this program, you must be a legal resident of Florida who is at least 65 years old or a recipient of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). You must also require skilled nursing care and meet the qualifications for Medicaid in Florida.

You can apply for this program or receive further information by calling the Department of Children and Families (DCF) at (866) 762-2237 or visiting the program’s website at

Other Financial Assistance Programs in Coral Springs

The Optional State Supplement (OSS)

The Optional State Supplement (OSS) is a grant specifically to pay for room and board in an assisted living facility. Coral Springs residents can qualify for the OSS by demonstrating that they have a monthly income of under $828.40, or $1,656.80 if they are a married couple applying together. Anyone who is interested can visit the website of the Florida Department of Children and Families to apply.

Project R.E.L.I.E.F.

Project R.E.L.I.E.F., or Respite for Elders Living in Everyday Families, provides free respite care, which can be received in-home, to qualifying seniors in the Coral Springs area. The program is designed to keep seniors living in their homes for longer without having to move to a nursing or assisted living facility. To qualify, you must be at least 60 years old, and you must be capable of remaining in your home but require a small to moderate level of care. You can apply by contacting your local Florida Area Agency on Aging.

Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative (ADI)

Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative (ADI) provides a number of services for Alzheimer’s patients in Coral Springs, including out-of-home respite care. The program also provides support services for family members and loved ones of memory care patients. Apply by calling the Florida Department of Elder Affairs at (800) 963-5337 or by visiting their website.

Community Care for the Elderly (CCE)

Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) provides help to seniors who are not needy enough to qualify for Medicaid but who still need help paying for certain services, such as adult day care, personal care and legal help. The program does not have any income limitations, but to qualify, you must be at least 60 years old and have some sort of functional impairment. You may apply for the program or receive more information by calling the Florida Area Agency on Aging or the Elder Helpline at (800)-963-5337.

Home Care for the Elderly (HCE)Home Care for the Elderly (HCE) provides financial support not to seniors themselves but to their caregivers. The program benefits seniors because caregivers, with the help of this financial assistance, are able to serve more low-income patients. A senior can apply for services under HCE if they are at least 60 years old and live in a family-style arrangement rather than in a skilled nursing institution. Contact your local Florida AAA or call the Elder Helpline at (800)-963-5337 to apply.

More Senior Living Resources in Coral Springs

Resource Phone Number Description
St. Andrew Towers (954) 752-3960 St. Andrew Towers and St. Andrew Towers II are income-controlled senior living communities in Coral Springs. They accept Section 8 housing vouchers but frequently have a waiting list. The communities also offer ADA-approved apartments for seniors with hearing and vision loss. You can apply or learn more by calling the communities or visiting their website.
The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Broward County (954) 745-9779 The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Broward County provides transportation services, food assistance, including meal delivery, and other help at no cost to eligible seniors in Coral Springs. To qualify for assistance, you must be at least 60 years old, live in Broward County and have a demonstrated need. You can learn more by calling the number above or by visiting the organization’s website.
Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program (EHEAP) (954) 745-9779 The EHEAP program offers help with utility bill payment to seniors in Coral Springs. You can qualify by being a resident of Broward County who is at least 60 years old and a U.S. citizen or legal resident and has received a past-due or disconnect notice from the power company. You also must have a household income that is 150 percent of the Federal poverty level or less. To learn more, visit the program’s website.

For additional information and planning, please read our comprehensive guide to paying for senior care in Florida.