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What are Senior Living Communities?

Senior living communities are also known as retirement communities and are housing facilities which are specifically designed for seniors. According to Enterprise, leading provider for development of decent and affordable for-sale homes and rentals, the growth of the senior population with longer life-expectancy has given rise to demands by seniors for affordable senior living homes. Developers and service providers have to respond accordingly and design and work together to ensure that seniors age in place.

Senior living communities in Phoenix AZ are choices for those seniors who prefer not to worry about or are unable to maintain a home or are unable to carry out daily chores like cooking and housekeeping in their homes. These communities are also preferred choices amongst seniors who want to travel freely without having to worry about managing a home.

What are the Services Offered?

Retirement communities in Phoenix offer a variety of services to residents ranging from dining, laundry, basic housekeeping and transportation to social programs, entertainment, gatherings, outdoor trips and access to exercising facilities. Some high-end communities also offer amenities that include spas, pools, clubhouses and on-site beauty as well as barber salons.

Types of Retirement Communities

These retirement communities in Phoenix AZ provide residential accommodation to seniors which may range from simple home-like environment to posh and luxurious living facilities.

  • Senior Apartments - Generally, these communities provide apartments to the residents where services such as recreational activities, meals and transportation are provided.
  • Housing Units - Many of these communities have condominiums, cottages, mobile homes, duplexes and also single-family homes.
  • Continuing Care - The continuing care communities include independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing care communities and residents have the option of moving across different levels of care as per their needs.
  • Subsidized Housing - These communities are provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development for seniors who have low-income.
Posted by Park Terrace on 10/16/2016