Where you live matters greatly after you retire. It can even influence how well and how long you live. Finding a place to call home–with maintenance taken care of and opportunities to grow–is ideal. This type of housing is referred to as a senior independent living community, a retirement community, or an active adult community.
When it comes to active, independent living, True Connection Communities sets the standard. The bonds between team members and residents are demonstrably warm and supportive. This fosters a sense of connectedness that creates a homelike environment where residents thrive, and team members enjoy rewarding work days.
What is Independent Living for Seniors?
If you are wondering if this is the right type of housing for you, here is an overview of what is typically found in independent living communities like True Connection Communities:
- A lifestyle that is free from mundane and expensive chores associated with homeownership—mowing the yard, repairing the roof, cleaning the gutters, trimming the trees, and shoveling snow.
- Opportunities for participating in life-enrichment activities and wellness programs. This includes on-campus events, as well as group outings to area restaurants, shopping centers, and other popular local destinations.
- An environment designed with the needs of retirees in mind, including features that allow residents to live safely and independently in their own apartments.
Fostering an environment that empowers residents to make their own decisions and set their own schedules is at the heart of True Connection Communities active adult living. Click on the state names to contact True Connection Communities in Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, or Texas to learn more today!
“My mother-in-law lives here. She loves it. Lots of social activities and fabulous food!”