Moving to a Retirement Community

Come home to Holiday

The feedback we hear most often is that residents wish they’d made the move to senior living sooner. That’s because Holiday isn’t a move away from home – it’s a chance to make a new one.

Why wait to make your move?

Maintain your independence

Enjoy the flexibility of life on your own terms while making sure you have the care and support you need. See the care options available.

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Enjoy all-inclusive comforts

Private apartments, three freshly prepared meals daily, cleaning, transportation, lively events and building maintenance are just the beginning.

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Make your budget go further

Moving to an independent living community could cost less than staying at home. Just add up the costs of living at home and compare.

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Benefits of community living

A little support with daily tasks – and good friends to spend time with – means more time to thrive. Read more about what Holiday can offer that you won’t find at home.

There’s growing evidence that older adults living alone have more health concerns than those living in a senior community. With so many events and activities at Holiday, our residents get to engage with their peers and make new friends every day, reducing their risk of developing the mental, emotional and health-related issues that are often experienced by seniors who live by themselves. Visit the Life at Holiday page to see some of our residents’ stories about the new best friends they’ve made – and kept.

In addition to taking care of life’s daily details, we confront the big events too. Our disaster preparedness team and national network of partnerships make sure each community is prepared for whatever the weather sends our way.

Each resident also has Lively Mobile Plus, a wearable GPS device that gives them – and their families – peace of mind no matter where they are.

At Holiday, we take a whole-person approach to senior living. That’s why our Engage Life classes and events are based on six areas identified to help older adults age optimally:

  • Health and wellness
  • Lifelong learning
  • Socializing and entertainment
  • Local engagement
  • Creative expression
  • Spiritual fellowship

In each Holiday community, older adults have the freedom to design their retirement and spend it with good friends. We’re just here to help.

Food tastes better with a friend, that’s why our dining hall is designed to gather around freshly prepared meals, three times a day. Our communal dining experience comes with seasonal menus of healthy and delicious options that include resident-submitted favorite recipes.

For home chefs, each private apartment is equipped with a kitchenette where you can whip up familiar comfort foods, simple snacks or special treats.

Other considerations

Moving to a senior living community can be a difficult choice, even when it’s the best choice. We’ve responded to some common topics to help you navigate the senior living conversation with your family.

If you and your family are exploring senior living options, you’ve likely noticed that your current living environment isn’t working for you. Whether your home needs to be remodeled for better accessibility or is just too big to manage on your own, we’ve already designed every aspect of community living to meet the unique needs of the older adults who call Holiday home.

Daily tasks like cooking, cleaning and transportation often get in the way of living life to the fullest. A helping hand with the small stuff gives you more control over how to spend your retirement.

In addition to the time and freedom independent living offers, moving into senior living can also keep you independent longer. Studies have found that healthy older adults who move into a retirement community often stay healthier longer than their peers who chose to stay at home until a fall or other health event leaves them littler choice but to move to a facility that provides care.

Figuring out which level of help that’s needed is the most important starting point. Independent living, assisted living and memory care offer different services for seniors. No matter which one is right for you or your family member’s next move, here are some helpful tips to make the transition easier.

Our flexible short-term leases offer the perfect way to give senior living a try. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, want a safe place to wait out winter or just want to see what senior living is really like, you’ll experience all the same benefits and amenities that every Holiday resident enjoys.

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The best way to see what life at Holiday is like is experiencing it for yourself. Enter a location below to find a community near you and schedule a private tour.

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