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Volen Center

1515 West Palmetto Park Road

Boca Raton, FL, 33486

(561) 395-8920

About Us

The Volen Center has proudly served the elder population of Palm Beach County since its founding in 1968.  Seniors of all ages, races, religions, and socioeconomic status enjoy the benefits of the Center and its services every day.

The Center offers a myriad of programs designed to bring health, fun, laughter and companionship into the lives of our senior citizens – all based on a preventative concept designed to nurture the mind, body and the spirit and foster continued good health.

Our Mission

To enhance the well-being of South Florida seniors, family caregivers, the disabled, and their families by educating and advocating on their behalf and by providing health care and supportive services that meet their physical, emotional, social and psychological needs.


The Volen Center offers a wide range of services for seniors and their caregivers.

  • Private Geriatric Care Management
  • In-Home Services
  • The Garden Bridge Program
  • For the Active Senior – The Life Enrichment Program
  • Hurricane Preparedness
  • Wellness and Preventive Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Mariposa Program
  • Nutrition Program
  • Transportation
  • Meeting Space

Caregiver Support

The stresses of managing a loved one’s life, keeping track of medical treatments, medications, preparing food and making decisions about when and where care needs to be given – caregiving has a significant impact. No matter how much support a caregiver receives, it never seems to be enough.

The Volen Center and its staff believe that it is critical that every caregiver knows what his or her rights are as a caregiver and has the emotional and practical support that he or she needs not only to be a good caregiver, but also to have a life outside of the caregiving role.

Customized Caregiver Support

The Volen Center offers caregivers

  • Respite services for caregiver relief when seniors are in need of supervision
  • Opportunity to enroll a senior loved one at the early stages of cognitive failure in the Garden Bridge Program, which supports and helps prepare the caregiver for future caregiving efforts
  • A variety of support groups, including groups for caregivers whose loved ones are in adult day care, the Bridge Program, experiencing Parkinson’s Disease, and others, as well as referral to groups in the area
  • Individual support by care managers, group leaders, nurses and other professionals on staff
  • Family mediation services
  • Estate planning and legal service referral
  • Referrals to community organizations and services
  • Opportunities to participate in social activities with the seniors and other caregivers
  • Caregiver workshops and seminars

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