A fulfilled life for older adults means more than simply “living” and “being taken care of”.
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From finally being free of home maintenance, to having chef-inspired meals every day, to selecting from an array of activities and outings, independent living is like choosing your own adventure. Freed from errands and obligations, and with a robust social circle, you can feel a sense of freedom and fun, while still embracing the comfort of home.
When you join an independent living community, a new world opens up. Engaging cultural events, a greatly expanded social circle, physical activities, and intellectual challenges that keep you healthy and engaged. Independent living is about options, exploration, and freedom to do what you want to do after you take the plunge into active retirement.
When considering the cost of independent living, be sure to factor in the relief from numerous expenses you once paid regularly, like housekeeping, home maintenance, care services, and groceries.
Sometimes, when older adults consider joining an independent living community, they think about what they may have to give up, as if the transition involves more sacrifice than gain. But what we’ve seen in every one of our independent living communities is freedom. You’ll have the freedom to explore new retirement interests, meet new friends, and expand your world. You can look forward to:
Independent living isn’t about leaving something behind, it’s about bringing your experiences, insights, and enthusiasm into a welcoming new home. One where you already have friends waiting to hear all your stories and to share in your next adventure.
Moving a parent from their home into senior living is about much more than what to pack. Inside the Five Star Senior Living "A Daughter's Guide to Transitioning Your Parent to Senior Living" eBook we share some tips for embracing this fresh opportunity, for everyone.
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