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Happenings at Grand Villa of Boynton Beach

At Grand Villa of Boynton Beach, residents lead fun and engaged lives with a full calendar of social and recreational activities. From daily exercise classes to guest lectures and local excursions, we offer a wide variety of options to keep our residents mentally, socially, and physically engaged.

An active social calendar can keep seniors from feeling lonely and isolated, and it’s easy to be social at Grand Villa. Daily meals in our restaurant-style dining room are events in themselves, with residents coming together three times a day to enjoy delicious food and relaxed conversation. Our packed calendar makes it easy to stay engaged all day. Some of our most popular activities include yoga classes, Bingo and crafts, and movies on the big screen. We even have frequent visits from our popular pet therapy animals.

Grand Villa of Boynton Beach

(561) 600-0747

1935 South Federal Hwy Boynton Beach, FL 33435

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We take regular offsite excursions for errands such as shopping and banking, as well as fun outings to malls, restaurants, and local attractions. Our residents know that there’s never a dull moment at Grand Villa of Boynton Beach. Contact us today to learn more.

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Five Important Steps to Fall Prevention

A fall could cause severe medical repercussions for an aging loved one. While we can stand up and brush off a spill, they could crack bones and even die from the bad enough fall. Fall prevention is one of the most important elements of caregiving.

As you could imagine, fall prevention occurs primarily in the home. Even the safest room could cause problems. Here are our top recommendations that could stop a senior from falling, and essentially save a life.

  1. Grab bars - The bathroom is notoriously dangerous for older adults. However, correctly placed grab bars near showers/tubs, toilets, sinks, and more contribute to stability and security.
  2. Gripped socks - Walking around in slippers or socks increases the risk of falling. However, socks/slippers with rubber grips in the bottom can add enough traction to help.
  3. Canes and walkers - While canes and walkers primarily help people be more mobile, the stability provided by these items are very helpful.
  4. Lighting - Make sure your senior's hallways and bedrooms are well-lit. Walking to the bathroom at night could lead to trouble.
  5. An emergency signal system - If a fall does actually occur, a system like Life Alert, or even a smartphone could help seniors call for help. This way, medical professionals can be called immediately and any injuries can be given proper attention.

Falls are no joke. Yet the above steps can really help seniors stay healthy. Caregivers need to ensure the above elements are put into place.