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Independent Living

Independent Living communities allow seniors to maintain an independent lifestyle without the responsibilities of maintaining a personal home. We offer peace of mind and safety for residents while providing a great backdrop for living a fulfilling and wholehearted lifestyle. Residents can meet and socialize with other seniors who share common interests and who are in the same stage of life.

Everything you need without the hassle.

  • Live comfortably in a community with apartments equipped with full-size appliances, handicap accessible bathrooms, custom-controlled air conditioning systems, satellite TVs, washers and dryers and emergency alert systems
  • Fun and engaging activities including live music, worship services, painting courses, bingo and many others
  • All-inclusive accommodations including water, electricity, dining and housekeeping services
  • Courtesy programs help residents better manage their taxes, insurance and finances
  • Transportation to and from scheduled doctor appointments and outings
  • Pet friendly rooms (breed restrictions may apply)
  • Complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • 24/7 help desk concierge
  • Spacious floor plans
  • Flexible short-term leases available

What is a Continuing Care Retirement Community?

Our Independent Living locations are part of a campus that is considered a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that also have Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living facility on the same campus. Known as a Continuing  Care Retirement Community, these campus allow families and partners to enjoy living in the same community while receiving different levels of care.

With Independent Living at Senior Care Centers our residents can enjoy the privacy and comforts of a true home with the perks of belonging to a friendly neighborhood community. 

There are many ways to pay for Independent Living services, and we work with people to navigate which option would be best for them. Follow this link to learn more about your options. Read More ›

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