dressing residents’ intellectual, social, physical, emotional
and spiritual needs.
Harbor Place at Port St. Lucie, 3700 SE Jennings
“+arbor 3lace is nestled off the road and surrounded
with lush landscaping and water features that give
residents security and privacy while being only seconds
from U.S. 1,” says sales director Shannon Boklan-Parlin.
What sets the facility apart, she says, is sharing a campus
with LifeCare Center of Port St. Lucie, a skilled nursing
and rehab facility.
With a resort-like atmosphere, Harbor Place of Port St.
Lucie has 128 beds in the independent and assisted living
areas. Amenities include a heated pool and hot tub,
shueboard court, beauty salon and barber shop, and
gift shop. Tailored care plans, wellness checks, reminder
services and 24-hour emergency response provide peace
The Palms of St. Lucie West, 501 NW Cashmere Boulevard,
A Five Star senior living community, The Palms of St.
Lucie West is beautifully landscaped with restaurantstyle
dining. “We want to create as much of a homelike
environment as possible,” says Jennifer Smith, sales
director. “We’re a smaller, family-style facility.” In addition
to 32 independent living villas, The Palms of St.
Lucie West includes a 47-bed ALF. Their award-winning
Bridge to Rediscovery is a Montessori-based dementia
program used in the 18-bed memory care unit.
With easy access to shopping, recreation and museums,
7he 3alms of St. /ucie :est offers one and
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Both The Palms and The Gardens use parent company Five Star’s holistic approach
to active coTTunity living that focuses on five distinct diTensions of
overall wellness: intellectual, social, physical, emotional and spiritual.
Harbor Place provides a resort-like
atmosphere; it even has a gift shop.
Residents can have peace of mind, knowing
that hospitals are nearby. And for complete
continuum-of-care, a skilled nursing facility
is located on the same campus.