About Assisted Living in Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix is located in Maricopa County and known as ""The Valley of the Sun"" due to its proximity to the Salt River Valley. Sunshine, the lure of winter warmth, high-end resorts, Jack Nicklaus-designed golf courses and the surrounding panorama of mountain vistas make Phoenix an ideal place to live the carefree life. Phoenix thrives on an urban village arrangement that promotes strong community interaction, provides good transportation options, is pedestrian-friendly and offers wide open spaces for residents to enjoy.
Desert flora and fauna spill over from the Sonora desert into the city, so sightings of bobcat, cottontail rabbits and mule deer create a delightful interlude in many communities. Phoenix has a solid sports representation, including men's and women's basketball, hockey, football, baseball and soccer teams.
What to Expect
When seeking an assisted living community, services and amenities often include:
- Restaurant-style meals that accommodate special dietary needs
- Housekeeping and laundry services
- Private apartments with kitchenettes, full baths and wheelchair-accessible showers, individual climate controls and emergency-alert systems
- Outdoor common areas with shady walking paths, BBQ pits, patios and raised gardening beds
- Indoor common areas with a fireplace, atrium, game room, TV lounge, computer area with Internet access, beauty salon and barber shop, arts and crafts center, piano and organ
- Daily activities that encourage friendships, promote independence and maintain wellness
- Pet-friendly communities that welcome your dog, cat, fish or bird
Senior-Friendly Neighborhoods in Phoenix, AZ
Paradise Valley – This quiet, scenic neighborhood has a natural, breathtaking beauty you'll enjoy daily. Southwest-style homes, a golf club, convenient local restaurants and a festive nightlife make Paradise Valley, surrounded by mountain preserves and parks, a charming place to call home, but convenient to downtown amenities and recreational venues thanks to robust transportation options.
Fountain Hills – This safe neighborhood features modern Southwestern-style homes and condos. Living in this neighborhood affords you ready access to the trails on the McDowell Mountain Preserve, the beauty of the Desert Botanical Garden, local tapas bars and restaurants, art walks and a championship golf course.
Cave Creek – If you prefer a simpler life with a rural, western-style environment, this close-knit community is a good choice. An uncomplicated lifestyle doesn't mean a dirt-covered main street, far from it. Cave Creek gives you access to art galleries, attractive restaurants and a golf club, all highlighted by astounding mountain views.
Activities for Seniors in Phoenix, AZ
If your neighborhood activities don't keep you busy, Phoenix itself features some exciting things to do, including a zoo that specializes in animal conservation where they control breeding and reintroduce endangered species into the wild. The state fair is popular for group outings, as is the Medieval Life Festival, while nearby Scottsdale sponsors an Arabian Horse Show.
Finding Assisted Living in Phoenix, AZ
Call us and let a friendly and knowledgeable Senior Living Advisor find a Phoenix assisted-living community that fits the needs and preferences of you or your loved ones.
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