Retirement should be more than chores and household responsibilities. The retirement living lifestyle is ideal for older adults looking to spend their time enjoying favorite interests, hobbies and passions and exploring new opportunities. A variety of services and amenities are included in monthly rent – housekeeping, maintenance (never change a lightbulb again,) meals, life-engagement and transportation.
Our communities are designed to help you focus your time and energy on what's really important to you. For many, it's being connected to others. You'll find it's easy to maintain and strengthen existing relationships with family and friends, while fostering new connections. Connections don't need to be in large groups. Simply meeting a new friend, a quiet conversation or enjoying the afternoon matinee - simply by being you, you belong.
The wealth of available experiences and resources also encourages goal setting. Goals give something to work toward and the motivation to achieve something meaningful. We think you'll agree it brings a sense of joy and fulfillment in a way few other things do.
People make a place. Being surrounded by other active adults looking to live a more carefree lifestyle creates an inspiring living environment. You'll find you have friends who encourage you to learn a new language or try yoga for the first time, or just sit and have a cup of coffee together. Residents discover new passions and explore ways to feel fulfilled that are meaningful to them. By being you, you belong.
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One of the biggest concerns for families when they begin to consider senior living is cost. In fact according to Advisory Board’s 2017 report on Consumer Preferences in Post-Acute and Senior Care, when comparing communities the yearly cost is the number one factor affecting choice. While it’s true, senior living doesn’t come cheap; neither does aging in place at home. So before you let the sticker shock deter you from the tremendous benefits, let’s look closer at the biggest factors affecting senior living costs and the value behind those numbers.
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There is growing concern among aging experts about the negative health impact of isolation and loneliness on older adults. Though technically speaking isolation and loneliness are separate conditions, obvious connections exist between the two.
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For many older Americans, a senior housing community is more than just a place to live: It’s a place to be alive. For older adults living on their own, a time often comes when they feel they are simply “treading water.” Life may have occasional social engagements, a certain daily rhythm, but it can often lack direction. This is when individuals often seek or wish for a different mode of living that gives life a greater sense of meaning again.