3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Broward County, Florida

Covenant Village of Florida

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
9215 W. Broward Boulevard, Plantation, FL 33324
"very dedicated caregivers excellent activities program heated pool food is excellent; they will serve you on screened-in patio very accommodating, comfortable rooms " More

John Knox Village of Pompano Beach

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
651 S.W. 6th St., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
"John Knox Village was a huge complex that provided what we were looking for which was a complete care. It was a community, not just a building, so you had to drive to go to places. It had personal..." More

Independence Hall Retirement Residence

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1639 NE 26th St, Wilton Manors, FL 33305
"I like Independence Hall very much. My friend is already in assisted living. The rooms are very nice and clean. You can have a room with a balcony, an efficiency, or a one-bedroom. They have bingo,..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Broward
  • Review of Independence Hall Retirement Residence

    I like Independence Hall very much. My friend is already in assisted living. The rooms are very nice and clean. You can have a room with a balcony, an efficiency, or a one-bedroom. They have bingo,... Read more

    Bernard
  • Review of John Knox Village of Pompano Beach

    I liked John Knox. The rooms are redone before you move in, so it's like a completely new apartment. They had a lot of activities, like singing groups, bridge, bingo, clubs, and cultural events. Th... Read more

    Philip
  • Review of John Knox Village of Pompano Beach

    John Knox Village was a huge complex that provided what we were looking for which was a complete care. It was a community, not just a building, so you had to drive to go to places. It had personal ... Read more

    Sandra
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