Who Needs Independent Living
Independent living is an attractive option for many people. It's an ideal choice for those who no longer wish to maintain homes, or for those looking for some help with upkeep around their living quarters. Perhaps you're no longer driving, but still want to be able to go into the community. All these scenarios can be addressed by choosing independent living accommodations.
What to Expect
Some of the available amenities at different independent living communities in Honolulu include:
- 24 hour security
- Meal plans as requested
- Holistic healthcare, with meditation, stress management, nutrition and exercise components
- Complimentary valet service
In Honolulu, the philosophy of Ohana means that everyone is treated like family when they are part of the independent living community. Contact us for more information about which retirement community location fits you best.
Activities for Seniors in Honolulu
Honolulu is alive with beauty of nature, but it is also home to living history, cultural offerings and culinary delights, all right outside your doorstep, and waiting for you to discover.
History - From the history of the Hawaiian monarchy to the World War II battles of the Pacific, Honolulu is replete with sites of historical interest. These include Kawaiahao Church, the oldest Christian Church in Oahu; Nuuanu Pali Lookout, where King Kamehameha I won an important battle; the US Army Museum of Hawaii, which traces the military history of the region; and of course, the USS Arizona Memorial.
Culture - Explore traditional Hawaiian handicrafts at the Chinatown Artwalk, and meet the artists at open houses on First Friday. Participate in one of the numerous summertime festivals, including Oahu's Lei Day Celebration, the King Kamehameha Floral Parade or the Prince Lot Hula Festival. Tour one of the area museums, such as the Hawaii State Art Museum or the Bishop Museum, with its interactive Pacific cultures presentations.
Cuisine - In addition to the flourishing restaurant scene, Honolulu offers several other ways to experience its region's culinary diversity. Attend an authentic luau at the Polynesian Cultural Center; take one of the many ""farm to table"" food tours; or visit the KCC Farmer's Market on Saturday.
Finding Independent Living in Honolulu
Oahu is known as ""the gathering place."" So if you envision the next part of your adventure as one that is full of new experiences made with newly found friends, please call one of our Senior Living Advisors for a commitment-free consultation. We are here to answer any of your questions about independent living in the Honolulu area.