Independent Living is the perfect lifestyle choice for those who want to maintain their independence and freedom but want to be free of the worries and responsibilities of home ownership. Choosing to live at a Commonwealth Senior Living community offers the comfort, convenience and services you want, but also adds the many opportunities to be active, engaged, and enjoy a healthy social life. Imagine waking up in the morning and your only thought is, “What do I want to do today?”
You don’t have to worry about wasting time with chores or responsibilities. We’ve got that covered. We’ll take care of the cooking, cleaning, linens, and even the apartment maintenance. Indulge in delicious dining featuring our signature Farm-to-Table and Today from the Bay menus or Dining Delights special themes that spice up the dining experience, work out in the fitness center, enjoy a movie with friends, go for a walk, or relax with a good book in the library. The choices and possibilities are yours!
- Spacious apartment floorplans with storage
- Onsite beauty salon
- Restaurant-style dining room
- On-site physical therapy available
- Bi-Weekly housekeeping
- Home maintenance and landscaping included
- Award-winning Farm-to-Table Dining
- Scheduled Transportation
- Team members on site 24/7
- Personal care services available if needed
Planning Your Journey
We don’t have to tell you that moving to a senior living community is a big step. Here are a few resources to help you start thinking about finances, your continuum of care, and the quality of life you’re looking for. When you’re ready to develop a more detailed personal plan, just schedule an appointment with one of our community ambassadors. No strings attached.
Our Promise to Veterans is Personal
The sacrifices our armed services have made for this country are many, and we feel it’s our duty to create a commitment to their care in the same light as their commitment to our freedom.
Health Benefits of Hobbies for Older Adults
After retirement, some seniors prefer to maintain a part-time job, but others may not know what to do with all the time they’ve suddenly gained in their day. Embracing hobbies are a great way to boost physical health and mental health.
Planning for the Future
You’re the kind of person who plans ahead. You chose a home that fit your budget and helped the kids pay for college. Now it’s time to start preparing for your future by choosing a senior living community. But how much will it cost?