Who Needs Independent Living
Choosing independent living makes sense for many seniors, especially those looking to relieve the stress and strain of caring for a home. Instead of spending your time maintaining your living space, spend your time living life to the fullest. No need to worry about cooking or cleaning. Leave all that to the professional staff at your retirement community. When it comes to managing your healthcare, staff can assist you in those matters as well. If you want to be in good hands during your senior years, you want to choose the independent living lifestyle.
What to Expect
The amenities offered by many Anaheim independent living locations ensure that you enjoy yourself. Some sites offer:
- Diverse dining options including buffets, outdoor dining and coffee bars
- Concierge services including running errands and caring for pets
- Nutritional programs
- One-on-one companion care
- Weekly towel and linen service
- State of the art safety features
Activities for Seniors in Anaheim
The city of Anaheim boasts an impressive number of tourist destinations, including two Disney theme parks, premiere shopping destinations like the Outlets at Orange and Stadium Promenade, and charming dining establishments like Ruby's Diner Anaheim and Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour. Other options include:
Arts - Enjoy many different types of performances at the City National Grove of Anaheim, including musical acts, stage shows and celebrity appearances. Center Gallery highlights select visual artist and their works, while the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center showcases all sorts of objects of cultural significance.
Entertainment - Enjoy a meal in the historic Packard Building and restored car showroom, while surrounded by orange groves and music. Discover new performance artists and 10,000 square feet of cactus at Pearson Park, Anaheim's first park. Explore the hiking trails of Oak Canyon Nature Center, and then visit the live animals at the John J. Collier Interpretive Center. Golf at Anaheim Hills and Dad Miller golf courses. Learn about the city's history at the Heritage Center, with its collection of nearly one million historic objects and items. No matter what keeps you entertained, the city has something to offer you.
Senior activities - Anaheim is home to several senior centers, each of which offers its own programming. Some options include ESL classes, needlepoint, bell choir, tap lessons, genealogy workshops, creative writing workshops, jewelry making, foreign language lessons and sports like table tennis and volleyball.
Finding Independent Living in Anaheim
If you'd like to learn more about your independent living options in Anaheim, just call and speak to one of our Senior Living Advisors, who would be happy to walk you through the process.