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Connecting seniors with social resources, such as senior assisted living communities and all the many programs and activities that they provide, is one way to combat subjective feelings of isolation among seniors.

One of the keys to retaining your good health as you get older is remaining active. There are so many things to do and friends to meet in our retirement community that you are likely to remain active and healthy for many years.

Are you worried about one or both of your parents being at risk for falling and you cannot be with them all the time? One of the reasons to choose assisted living is that this issue is addressed.

You can choose which health care program suits your needs when you live in our retirement community.  Please feel free to ask for more information and advice. 

It’s important to remember that living in an assisted living community is much different than being in a hospital or nursing home. While the skilled care you may need is available, you still have all the comforts of home.

Don't believe the myth that moving into an assisted living community means your loved ones can't entertain guests when they want. We can explain our visitor policy, as well as the security measures in place.

By the way – you do not have to be retired to live in our retirement community. Many of our community members still go to work on a regular basis – they just get to have more fun when they come home at night.

Your friends and family members are always welcome to visit as often as they want in our retirement community. Of course, you may find that you don't have quite as much time because of the new friends and activities in our community.

An estimated 2 million seniors are homebound, and statistics show in that circumstance seniors are less healthy and less mentally alert than seniors able to take part in social excursions and other activities with friends and family members.

Anxious that moving into an assisted living community will mean leaving your stuff behind? Fortunately, there’s nothing to worry about. Assisted living communities give you an apartment of your own that you can decorate as you want to truly make it a home.
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