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Initially supporting an older loved one often involves moving them into your home because you may not like the sound of senior housing. While this gives you ‘peace of mind’ in seeing that their needs are met, oftentimes your loved ones may lack adequate social interaction they can find in a retirement community. 

There simply aren’t enough hours in the day to take care of your needs, let alone getting your loved ones out and about to share activities with friends and new acquaintances. It’s that social interaction they can find at senior living communities that keeps your loved ones active and living their best life.

While change can be unsettling for seniors, it can also be necessary when their healthy habits decline along with your and their quality of life. If you’re ready to seek out a retirement community for your loved one, know that you are not alone and you’re not the first person to go through this process. 

We have gathered personal stories from our residents and their families, advice from experts and more resources to help you make an informed decision on senior apartments and the many amenities and features that come with retirement communities like Holiday.  If you still have questions, please reach out, we’ll be glad to help.

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