For healthy seniors who want their own space and freedom, senior independent living is an ideal residential option.
The senior housing can be categorized into three basic types, independent living, assisted living and nursing home. The choice can be highly personal depending upon the lifestyle and the health condition of the senior. For healthy seniors who want their own space and freedom, senior independent living is an ideal residential option.
As revealed by the recent study, senior independent living is the top choice of most seniors as it allows them to be independent and at the same time relieve the burden of staying alone and managing the daily chores. Independent living provides an environment where seniors can reside with their peers and participate in various activities. Independent living ranges from single family homes to large apartment-style living facilities. The houses or apartments are well equipped with kitchens, bedrooms(s) and a central dining area. Senior activities include recreational, educational and social events, along with health and exercise programs, religious services, golf courses and clubhouses.
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