What is Active Senior Living?

What is Active Senior Living

Understanding Active Adult Living

At Solea Copperfield , we want you to understand how our boutique, resort style community is unique in its offerings compared to other housing options available. One of the best ways to do that is to offer more insight on the type of senior living experience we offer. As a premier 55+ active senior apartment community we focus on building a sense of belonging and fostering lifelong friendships and family-like neighbors. A place where together we can celebrate the joys and beauty of each and every day.

Active Living

What is active living? Active Living means you’re an individual that does not require assistance in normal day to day task. In an active adult community, you’re personally responsible for your meals, transportation, medical care, personal care and housekeeping. It’s a place that allows you to be you and enjoy your favorite pleasures any time you would like. Active living is a lock and leave lifestyle. Empower yourself to take that trip you have always dreamt about while we tend to keeping your home beautiful and maintained. Enjoy activities without ever needing to leave home that will exercise your body and mind. Share in a laugh or a favorite memory with others in a similar life cycle.

Independent Living

Independent and active adult communities’ share many similarities, but the biggest difference is the access to several daily services like a daily meal plan, transportation service to medical visits or scheduled shopping visits and housekeeping. The residents are fully autonomous in their upkeep and personal care. Activity programming may also differ compared to those offered by active adult communities.

Assisted Living

Senior citizens who require help with routine daily personal care are often well suited with an assisted living facility. Such facilities are where trained employees are on hand to assist residents with personal hygiene, dressing, medication management, bathing and more. One thing to point out is that assisted senior living communities usually do not offer 24-hour care, meaning that there may be times where residents either have to wait or make arrangements ahead of time ensure their needs will be met.

Baby Boomers have more options than ever when it comes to finding the perfect place to call home. Consider your current needs and lifestyle to decide which type of community is the best fit for you and your desires.