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Assisted Living in Bradenton, Florida

Bradenton, Florida Retirement Community

Emeritus at Bradenton

450 67th Street West
Bradenton, FL 34209
(941) 441-2912
Rates & Services
Assisted Living Rates Starting at: $1700
Please call for a complete rate overview.

Retirement Living

This is for people who can manage living independently and would like to live in a community of peers. Residents of Emeritus at Bradenton continue to live the same lifestyle they did at home. Independent living offers a “maintenance-free” living option, and often offers extensive activities, social events, and programs for their residents. The benefits of independent living include:

  • More opportunities for socialization
  • Greater support in case of an emergency
  • A variety of planned activities and events

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Assisted Living

For individuals who want to maintain a certain degree of independence, but need help with everyday activities, it might be time to consider the assisted living services at Emeritus at Bradenton. Assisted living offers the same benefits as independent living with the addition of:

  • Direct assistance with everyday tasks, like bathing, dressing and meals
  • Help with medications
  • A trained staff available 24 hours a day
  • Transportation to doctor appointments
  • Management and monitoring of some health care conditions

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Support Services

We also provide a variety of support services to help both residents and their family members get the most from being a member of the Emeritus family.

  • Rehabilitation Services – We offer on-site physical, occupational and speech therapy.
  • Respite Care – Short-term stays can be arranged to recover from illness or injury or to give caregivers a break.