The thought of placing a loved one in a retirement home setting is quite the burden to bear.You’ve heard it all about folks feeling couped up with a minimal amount of interaction, less than comfortable visiting accommodations for family, and not much going on outside of their living quarters to keep them socially engaged or…
The Palms at Ponte Vedra employs a family approach to care which provides an invaluable source of comfort and support for residents and their families.With a focus on providing a safe, supportive environment, we secure long-tenured staff who are committed to providing quality care. This family approach helps ensure that residents feel secure and at…
They began to look for a suitable retirement community and found what they wanted at The Palms at Ponte Vedra, an assisted living and memory care community on Solana Road.
They are members of a select group: those who lived through the end of the silent movie era, the stock market collapse of 1929, the Great Depression, World War II, the birth of rock and roll, the Cold War, mankind’s first steps on the moon, the first home computers, the rise of the internet and much, much more.
“And it was this man,” she said, pointing to Kay Campbell, the handsome gray-haired man next to her. “And he’s been with me ever since.”
The Palms at Ponte Vedra assisted living and memory care community hosted a Thanksgiving luncheon for residents and their families Thursday, Nov. 21.
Mothers at the Palms at Ponte Vedra enjoyed a Mother’s Day Tea with their daughters and granddaughters on Friday, May 10.
Darryl Young’s culinary team at The Palms at Ponte Vedra — an assisted-living and memory care facility located on Solana Road — works daily to ensure residents enjoy a homey atmosphere, one-on-one service and restaurant-quality meals that meet their individual dietary needs.
Meet Barbara Matteson, our executive director of the Palms at Ponte Vedra. Read about her background and what brought her to the Palms.
The Palms at Ponte Vedra celebrated its two-year anniversary with an Octoberfest-themed event Oct. 27.
The Palms at Ponte Vedra recently changed the name of its memory care unit to “Morningside”.