Who Needs Independent Living
Located in Dallas County, Texas, Dallas is the economic center of the 12 county Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. Featuring one of the busiest international airports in the world, Dallas is considered a transportation hub with four major interstate highways, and senior citizens can safely travel just about anywhere. Independent living communities in Dallas allow active seniors to remain on the go without giving their home life a second thought.
What to Expect
Independent living communities in Dallas offer many of the following helpful amenities:
- Planned Outings
- Specialized meal plans, including special dietary considerations
- Social activities and events
- Barber/Beauty Shop
- Transportation to and from scheduled medical and personal appointments
- Concierge services
Some independent living communities in Dallas provide religious or cultural services. Give us a call, and we can help you find the facility that meets all your religious and cultural needs.
Activities for Seniors in Dallas
Dallas is the perfect city for seniors looking to stay active and healthy. Whether you are a sports, arts and crafts, or nature lover, Dallas has everything you are looking for and more.
Sporting event - Whether you are a hockey, football, or baseball fan or all of the above, you can choose to attend a Dallas Stars, Dallas Cowboys, or Texas Rangers game. Not only do you get to watch an entertaining sports event, but you also get to experience the various types of food offered by the different venues. This goes way beyond your typical hot dogs, peanuts, nachos, or even Cracker Jack. Most sporting stadiums offer anything from sushi to pulled pork sandwiches to deep fried ice cream.
Arts and crafts - If spending the day making arts and crafts, writing poetry or songs, playing card or board games, or participating in exercise or dance classes sounds appealing to you, there are many senior community centers that offer such activities. Find your culture or creative craft through various activities offered through your independent living community or senior community center.
Volunteering - Endless possibilities also exist for seniors who love to volunteer. Hospitals are always looking for gift shop employees or even visitor check-in staff. Church groups are always looking for people to work pancake breakfasts or spaghetti dinners. Some parishes may even have lawn fetes or carnivals to raise money. Quite often, most lawn fetes or carnivals may be looking for people to work the booths or even make the crafts they have to sell.
Finding Independent Living in Dallas
Our Senior Living Advisors are standing by to help you find the an independent living community that is right for you or your loved one. Call for a free consultation, if you are looking to live an independent and carefree lifestyle in the Dallas area.