This term is used synonymously with retirement communities and they vary in size, capacity, and general look-and-feel. They can be quaint, cozy communities or palatial estates.
Independent living provides the least amount of care. However, you can hire in-home care within a retirement community.
Independent living is for elders who may not be safe living at home, may not be safe driving, may be living in an unsafe neighborhood, or may need minor assistance daily.
Independent Living offers:
- Meal plans
- Home and yard maintenance
- Safe community
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