As baby boomers reach retirement age, many wonder where they should live. Married couples with empty nests or singletons looking to regain their social lives may consider moving to one of California’s retirement communities. Also known as Active Adult Retirement Communities, these types of arrangements allow senior citizens to live in generalized areas with others of the same age and interests who also no longer work full-time.
Retirement communities have specialized facilities catering to retirees’ hobbies such as swimming pools, clubhouses, golf courses and more. Age restrictions are typically in place (usually 55 and older) for these communities,… Continue reading
A Senior Living Community houses and offers seniors help with their activities of everyday living. When entering a community like this, the staff may develop a customized personal care program to achieve their senior resident’s needs. The community staff may organize this personally tailored care plan of the senior resident to their household and the senior’s doctor. Some services may also be provided within the community by a third-party agency or independent expert wellness care providers. Planned activities and monitoring of the senior’s physical happiness are all part of ensuring the senior’s safety, good health, and total health.
Senior… Continue reading