Who Needs Independent Living
Seniors choose independent living in Nashville because the combination of beautiful year round weather, wonderful local attractions, and great amenities of a retirement community create an environment that is stress free and pleasant. Independent living communities focus on security and health by offering amenities like housekeeping and meal plans that allow seniors to simply enjoy life without every day chores. This is important in a city like Nashville where there is so much for an active senior to enjoy.
What to Expect
Most independent living communities in Nashville offer some of the following types of amenities.
- Concierge services
- Transportation assistance
- Pet friendly housing
- Friendly neighbors
- Scheduled social outings and trips
- 24 hour monitored security
- Senior friendly exercise programs and equipment
In Nashville independent living communities are also referred to as retirement communities. Call us to help you find the community that meets all your needs.
Activities for Seniors in Nashville
Nashville is a thriving hub of enjoyable senior activities and attractions. Here are just a few of the things you will enjoy.
Grand Ole Opry – If you are a fan of country music, the Grand Ole Opry is the premier location for country music artists from around the world. The stage has hosted acts like Dolly Parton and Hank Williams and has a new show every week.
Events – Nashville is a city that celebrates almost everything in a creative way. For example, it celebrates rock and roll with the exciting annual Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Marathon and celebrates the Fourth of July with a Let Freedom Sing street fair and music festival.
Stage Performances – For the best stage performances in Nashville, you will want to watch a show at the Nashville Shakespeare Festival or the Nashville Children's Theatre. If you want something a little more original, you can instead watch a performance on the General Jackson showboat where you will be fed and entertained while slowly drifting down the river.
Sports – Nashville may not be famous for its professional sports teams, but that doesn't mean the locals don't love them. From late August to mid April you can watch live professional hockey or professional football in the city. Cheering for the Titans and the Predators from the stands is great fun when surrounded by lively fans.
Finding Independent Living in Nashville
If you want to enjoy an active and independent lifestyle in the great city of Nashville, call our Senior Living Advisors for a free consultation today. These advisors will help you find the Nashville retirement community that best serves your specific individual needs, all while staying fully within your allotted budget.