My name is Rebecca. I’m 81 years and recently lost my partner of 55 years. After a lot of self-debate, I decided it’s time to move on and look for a new place to call home. Let me start by saying: Your Palace looks beautiful!
However, as you surely know beauty isn’t everything.
The Palace Group’s independent and as- sisted living communities in Kendall, Coral Gables, Homestead and Weston have earned the highest possible rating from U.S. News & World Report in this year’s inaugural Best Sen- ior Living ratings.
Memory fades, but Love is still alive for a longtime married South Florida couple. This is a story of how love stayed alive between a couple who’s been married for more than 50 years. Bob is a Palace Gardens resident. This story was aired on NBC6 on February 14, 2022.Watch Here
Cub Scout Pack 69 reached out to “Spread the Cheer” of the holidays to residents at The Palace Gardens in Homestead. The Scouts brought homemade holiday cards to residents, sang Christmas carols and all en- joyed hot chocolate and Christmas cookies together.
Cub Scout Pack 69 reached out to “Spread the Cheer” of the holidays to residents at The Palace Gardens. The scouts brought homemade holiday cards to residents, sang Christmas carols and enjoyed hot chocolate and Christmas cookies together.
Cub Scout Pack 69 reached out to “Spread the Cheer” of the holidays to residents at The Palace Gardens. The darling children brought homemade cards and sang Christmas carols to the delight of residents and The Palace Gardens served delicious hot chocolate and cookies for everyone to enjoy. Experiencing the holidays through a child’s eye is so meaningful and heartwarming. The Palace strives to bridge the gap of the generations at all Palace communities by welcoming neighborhood schools and organizations throughout the year. One of The Palace Gardens’ residents, Maggie Diffee, had one of her great-grandsons in the Pack and he was excited to sing to grandma and her friends.
The Palace Gardens, an assisted living and memory care community in Homestead, celebrated National Gorgeous Grandma Day with a Chico’s fashion show and residents modeling the season’s latest fashion trends.
The fanfare of the Westminster Dog Show came to The Palace Gardens! Therapy dogs from Heel 2 Heel Pet Therapy Inc. and their owners strutted down the runway during the dog show, much to the delight of residents at the assisted living and memory care community in Homestead. The event was featured on NBC 6!
The Palace at Coral Gables vaccinations featured on Telemundo Channel 51
Moving up through a company to take on higher responsibilities is often a goal. With years in different organizations in the health care field and seven years in The Palace Group, Giulia Covella was looking forward to taking her position as the new General Manager for The Palace Gardens of Homestead. There are always transitions to work out, but business and management training does not include preparation for a pandemic and months of lockdown. “My first year has been exciting,” Covella acknowledges.
Despite these uncertain times when visitors are restricted from assisted living and memory care communities, residents at The Palace Gardens in Homestead are enjoying being connected with their loved ones.
Love is in the air at The Palace Gardens!
Residents Nancy and Charles Pender recently celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary and the assisted living community wanted to make it special, especially since family and friends were unable to attend due to social distancing precautions.
El Alzheimer es una enfermedad crónico-degenerativa que afecta en su mayoría a personas de la tercera edad. Como es el caso de la señora Francisca, quien en los últimos años ha vivido bajo el cuidado de su hijo Diego. Él mismo relata cómo son los días buenos y malos al vivir con alguien que padece esta condición médica.
The Palace Group, developer and operator of award-winning senior living communities in South Florida, recently received a 2019 Gallup Great Workplace Award, one of only 40 international companies to earn the recognition. This is the second year the company has received the award.
The Palace Gardens in Homestead recently hosted “The Commander’s Reception,” inviting members of the Homestead Military Affairs Committee (MAC) to enjoy a festive celebration in their honor.
A self-governing committee of the South Dade Chamber of Commerce, MAC’s mission is to assist military units within the chamber’s service area to achieve their goals and to promote understanding and cooperation between the civilian and military communities.
It is 3 p.m. at The Palace Gardens in Homestead’s memory care community and musicians are tuning their instruments for residents’ happy hour music. This scene takes place not just one day of the week, but every day of the week.
The Palace Gardens, our Assisted Living & Memory Care community in Homestead, recently hosted “Catwalk for the Cure,” a dazzling fashion show and luncheon held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Ten lovely models, all of whom were breast cancer survivors, strutted the runway and modeled fall fashions graciously provided by Dress Barn.
The customer always comes first, right? That depends on who you believe your customer is. There are
internal customers and external customers, but at the end of the day, who’s your top priority?
For Haim Dubitzky, MSM, principal and VP of performance excellence for The Palace Group, a South Florida privately owned operator of senior living communities, the top customer is the employees.
The Palace Group, South Florida’s largest privately owned operator
of senior living communities, has received the highest honor from Gallup and has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Gallup Great Workplace Award.
During an evening dedicated to honoring the achievements of employees, The Palace Group, South Florida's largest privately owned company specializing in senior housing development, management, operations and care, recently recognized 12 of its managers as "Managers of the Year".
Una terapia alternativa para el tratamiento de pacientes con Alzheimer y otras dolencias neurológicas abre posibilidades de alivio con mascotas robóticas.
It often is said that it takes a village to raise a child, but it also takes a village to ensure the safety and wellbeing of seniors during a natural disaster such as Hurricane Irma.
Helping others is what many of us try to do every day. When residents of the Lower Keys needed extra care recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Irma, employees of The Palace Gardens in Homestead stepped up.
If Helen and Jacob Shaham's overaching desire is to provide a better quality of life for the aging, they have certainly accomplished their goal with The Palace Gardens in Homestead, an amazingly beautiful state of the art facility for memory care and assisted living.
The National Association of Homebuilders, America's top real estate industry group, annually recognizes the best Senior Communities in the nation.
A construction tradition added a tropical touch to cap the
fourth story of The Palace Gardens in Homestead, South Florida's newest and most modern assisted living community.
The Palace Group has launched
construction of a $25 million assisted living and memory care center in Homestead. The Miami-based developer acquired the 10-acre site at 3100 N.E. Eighth Street from Baptist Health South Florida for $3 million in 2013.
The Palace Gardens announced this week that construction is set to begin on their new expanded complex in Homestead. With their new location on Campbell Drive, across from
Homestead Hospital, the facility will expand to 10 acres, and will be home to 201 private studio residences for 111 assisted living and 90 memory care patients, each with private bathrooms. The 158,000 square foot
The Palace Group has been awarded prestigious accreditation by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for The Palace Renaissance and Royale in Kendall and The Palace Gardens in