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Many think moving to a senior living community means giving up your independence. That couldn't be further from the truth – in fact, you actually gain more independence at a community like Friendship Village.
Say goodbye to worrying about cutting the grass, house chores or other seemingly endless responsibilities. Say hello to a life on your terms -- building new friendships, exploring your interests and discovering new ones. Having that freedom breathes new life into you.
In fact, recent studies show that 92% of residents who opted for a senior living community are happier and more satisfied with their decision. This comes as no surprise at Friendship Village, as the lifestyle here is rich with opportunities. Each month there are more than 500 programs and events on the calendar. You can join one of our many resident-run clubs, explore the natural beauty of our campus, and connect with like-minded friends and neighbors. There’s no end to the possibilities. Does that sound like slowing down to you?
And it’s not just the vibrant lifestyle that affords you this newfound freedom. The security and peace of mind you get with a Life Plan community plays a major role as well. Knowing you have access to a full continuum of care and healthcare options for the rest of your life frees you from worrying about the “what-ifs” of the future.
It’s no wonder experts say that making the move to a community like Friendship Village can improve both your health and life expectancy. More opportunities, less stress, certainty for the future and a life on your terms – Every day is your day!
Loss of independence is a misconception and recent studies show that 92% of residents who opted for senior living are happier and ultimately satisfied with their decision.
Studies show that seniors who stay engaged with others, and life around them, have higher levels of immune-system functioning.