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Senior Living Community Articles

There are many different types of senior living communities. Some are simply age-restricted independent retirement communities that offer amenities to help active adult retirees stay healthy and engaged. Other senior living communities provide higher levels of care to help seniors as they age, like assisted living communities and those that offer skilled nursing and memory care. And then there are life care communities that have the full spectrum of senior living accommodations. The articles here dive into the different types of senior living communities, and will help get your research started with information on some of the best senior living communities throughout the country. 



7 Things to Consider When Choosing a Senior Living Community

With a variety of senior living communities for retirees these days, there are options for all ages, needs, and lifestyles. If you’re wondering what to look for in a senior living community, here’s a short list of the 7 key things you should keep in mind.

What is a Senior Living Community?

There are a variety of options when researching and deciding on the right senior living community for you or a loved one. Here is a breakdown of the different types of senior living communities.  


What is a Life Care Community?

If you are a senior searching for the best living option as you age, a life care community may be the perfect choice.   

What Types of Senior Living Communities Are There?

Take a look at 5 popular senior living community options so you can determine which may be the best option for you or a loved one.    

Independent Living Communities vs. Assisted Living Communities

When comparing independent living communities vs. assisted living communities, there are many similarities, but also some key differences. Let's explore some of the nuances to help you make an informed decision when the time comes to make your move.   

Staying Happy and Independent at Home: Options for Seniors

Knowing your options can help you decide whether buying a more senior-accessible home, making modifications, hiring a home care worker, or moving into an assisted living facility is your best alternative.