The senior population is booming with more than 14.5 percent of the population over the age of 65, and this number will double before 2060. The life expectancy has increased to 78 years. Where will these seniors live to enjoy retirement?

Are you considering moving to a retirement community? And wondering if it’s worth it? Discover five important benefits of living in a retirement community now.

1. Independence

No need to ask for help from family or friends—you are independent at your retirement community. You have access to everyday care and activities. It’s hard to ask your family for help, and no one wants to feel like a burden to the family.

Your family will know you are happy and safe. Your kids can keep living their lives and know you are okay.

2. Regular Activities

You will not be lonely in a retirement community. You will find plenty of amenities and activities on the calendar to stay busy. You can exercise, get your hair done, and attend a church service right in your community.

You can find things like movie night, field trips to museums, crafts, game nights, and music performances. Try new things and meet new people. It’s easy to stay entertained at a retirement community, so you will not have to look hard for something to do.

While you are having fun, you will find other seniors that enjoy the same things you do. Join a club if you want to make your social circle bigger.

3. No Need to Worry about Home Maintenance

You won’t have to worry about maintaining your yard and your home. All the work is done for you. If you find a problem, someone will take care of it—no need to stress!

Imagine how nice it would be to let someone else mow or fix a roof after storm damage. You will gain freedom and not have to worry about paying for unexpected expenses.

4. One Bill For Most Your Expenses

When you add up all your expenses at home, you will find out that a retirement community is not as expensive as you originally thought. You won’t need a car at a retirement community because there is transportation on-site.

In addition, all your utilities and meals are part of this one monthly price. You also won’t have to pay for entertainment.

5. Safety

It’s hard to think about being home alone and having an accident. A fall could be detrimental to a senior and could be life-threatening.

There are always people around in a retirement community to check on the safety of a senior. Seniors living in a retirement community are always safe and monitored for any health concerns. Illnesses like the flu or a cold could lead to other serious medical conditions like pneumonia when let go.

Ready to Explore a Retirement Community?

Living in a retirement community gives you the freedom to enjoy life. Your family will know you are safe. You won’t have to cook, clean, or mow a yard.

Contact us today to explore Cambridge Village. We look forward to meeting you.