Frequently Asked Questions

Safety and Security
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What happens during a major weather event?

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Our community may be the place where you feel most secure during a weather event. We will always have a team ready for weather events and our emergency preparedness measures help you feel safe and comfortable.

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Health and Wellness
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Do you accept Medicare?

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Yes. The medical center accepts Medicare and many other insurance plans. Coverage for services depends on the terms of your insurance plan.

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Health and Wellness
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How does Devonshire help me stay healthy?

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Life at our Palm Beach Gardens campus is designed with your whole-body health in mind. In addition to an on-site medical center, we offer numerous amenities geared toward prevention, including multiple clubs and activities, a swimming pool, and a fitness center.

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Health and Wellness
Q:

What if my health needs change while I’m living at Devonshire?

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Our life care commitment guarantees you priority access to more advanced care at Chatsworth, our Continuing Care neighborhood. This award-winning facility offers rehabilitation, assisted living, memory care, and long-term care.

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Continuing Care
Q:

How experienced is your continuing care staff?

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Chatsworth has 153 dedicated caregivers who average over 5 years of experience meeting the unique health care needs of seniors.

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Continuing Care
Q:

How much does continuing care cost?

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If you are a Devonshire resident, the cost will be the same as what you pay to live in your independent living apartment home.

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Continuing Care
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What continuing care services do you offer?

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Devonshire residents are guaranteed priority access to assisted living, memory care, rehabilitation, and long-term care at Chatsworth, our nearby Continuing Care neighborhood.

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Continuing Care
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Who decides what type of care I need?

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The team at Chatsworth works with you and your physician to develop a care plan that meets your specific needs.

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Continuing Care
Q:

Will I need to live at Devonshire before I can come to the Continuing Care neighborhood?

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No. Anyone age 62 or older can take advantage of the services in our Continuing Care neighborhood.

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Continuing Care
Q:

Will I have to go to bed and wake up at a certain time?

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No. Our Continuing Care residents structure their day however they chose. There is an abundance of clubs and activities designed to make each day meaningful and enjoyable.

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