Who Needs Independent Living
Seniors choose to relocate to independent living communities for a wide variety of reasons. Many simply desire the low-maintenance lifestyle and outstanding amenities that these communities provide. Independent living communities in Phoenix focus on preserving the dignity and independence of each individual while providing them with the level of care they need to enjoy a high quality of life.
What to Expect
The independent communities of Phoenix offer a wide range of services and amenities, including:
- Community-organized social outings and events
- Regular housekeeping and laundry services
- Meal plans
- Complimentary transportation
- Pet friendly accommodations
- Exercise programs
- 24-hour security
In Phoenix, independent communities are also often referred to as retirement communities. Contact us today for assistance in finding the community that will best fit your needs and lifestyle.
Activities for Seniors in Phoenix
Phoenix is a vibrant city with a wide range of activities for seniors. Here are some of the city's most popular attractions.
Sports – The city is home to several professional sports franchises. The Phoenix Suns, which play at the Talking Stick Resort Arena, is Phoenix's NBA team. The city is also home to the Arizona Cardinals, which is the nation's oldest continuously run football franchise.
Parks – The city of Phoenix is home to national, county and city parks. The Tonto National Park, located in the northwest region of the city, is the country's largest park system. South Mountain Park, which is the location of Mystery Castle, is the world's highest desert mountain preserve.
Annual Events – Residents have an opportunity to celebrate their cultural diversity through annual events like the Scottish Gathering and Highland Games, the Chinese Week and Culture and Cuisine Festival and the Japanese festival Matsuri. The Estrella War is an annual event that celebrates medieval culture, and the Tohono O'odham Nation Rodeo and Fair is a Native American festival that educates participants about the history and culture of the Tohono O'odham people.
Attractions – Residents of all ages enjoy exploring the Phoenix Zoo, which is the largest privately owned non-profit zoo in the country. This 125-acre zoo lies right next to the Phoenix Botanical Gardens, an attraction that is home to the country's largest collection of arid plants.
Finding Independent Living in Phoenix
If you are interested in relocating to an independent living community in the beautiful city of Phoenix, contact us today for a free consultation. Our team of Senior Living Advisors are ready to assist you in finding the community that will best fit the needs and lifestyle of your or your loved one.