A chef from Devonshire at PGA National greets residents while they dine.

Known for its five-star service and world-class cuisine, Devonshire at PGA National, Erickson Living’s senior living community in Palm Beach Gardens, provides a resort-style atmosphere and a commitment to excellence that doesn’t exist at other communities.

Donna Schneider

“Someday, I want to live here.”

This is a statement that Donna Schneider and Maria Littleworth, sales counselors at Devonshire at PGA National, hear all the time when visitors tour the renowned 26-acre, resort-style community for the first time.

Dr. Sandy Weiss starts up his routine on a NuStep recumbent bike with Devonshire’s fitness specialist Remy Hardwood.

Let’s face it. We all want to be healthy and as fit as possible.  Devonshire at PGA National understands this and is committed to helping community members live life to the fullest.

On New Year's Eve, Devonshire community members, staff, and guests party the night away with first-class entertainment.

When you live at the renowned Devonshire at PGA National, over-the-top dinners, entertainment, and special events fill your calendar year-round. 

Devonshire’s August birthday luncheon celebrated almost 30 birthdays, including (from left) Dede Levinson (born August 22) and Barbie Traum (born August 31).

“They say it’s your birthday.

It’s my birthday, too, yeah.”

—The Beatles

The Beatles’ song “Birthday” would be right at home at Devonshire. In the days leading up to the last Tuesday of every month, all you hear in the hallways is, “Are you going?”

Howard and Mona Osterman are enjoying life to the fullest at Devonshire at PGA National.

In 2017, Mona Osterman decided she was eager to change her lifestyle. She had grown tired of the responsibility of homeownership and was ready for more social yet maintenance-free living.

Women and men aquasize in the luxurious Devonshire pool.

It’s Saturday morning at Devonshire at PGA National and fun is in the air! In fact, there are so many activities available on the weekends that it’s hard to decide what to do first. 

Shirley Diuro (left) and Barbara Quirk-Rizzo enjoy last year’s Rosh Hashanah dinner at Devonshire.

The community members at Devonshire are a close-knit group of men and women from across the U.S. When it comes to a celebrating a holiday, especially one with a traditional meal, the community and the staff come together to design and recreate the treasured flavors of holiday celebrations.

Devonshire neighbors and staff participate in the The Longest Day painting party fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association. Marty Bores (standing), Devonshire’s manager of resident services, leads the activity.

“But you got to have friends.

The feeling’s oh so strong.

You got to have friends

to make that day last long.”

Bette Midler says it best whenever she belts out her classic hit “Friends.” Having friends is one of the joys of life. Friends give us encouragement, validation, motivation, and companionship.