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Active adult communities create a small "village" of like-minded people, while removing some mundane tasks of life in a regular community or suburb.
Find out more about active lifestyle communities.
Assisted living retirement is ideal for residents of all ages who have some limitations in physical and cognitive health.
Find out more about assisted living communities.
Alzheimer’s care homes have 24-hour on-site staff, including nurses and doctors, and are often the best place for dementia sufferers.
Read more about Alzheimer's and memory care.
When families or seniors require respite care, retirement homes and home care services are there to help. Temporary living in a care home offers caregivers a break.
Read about respite care homes.