Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Finding a healthy retirement community

A new statewide survey of retirement communities has ranked them as the healthiest, based on outdoor and indoor amenities, activities, dining options and health facilities.

You can find the results, "Retirement Living at its Healthiest," here. The survey was done by  Senior Hospitality International, a for-profit Charlotte-based organization founded to serve seniors.

“The main characteristic that sets these communities apart is their comprehensiveness,” said J. Keesey Hayward, president of Senior Hospitality International. “On a single campus they combine the resort services and amenities of an active retirement community with the healthcare services and amenities of a supportive retirement community. They can provide for the current lifestyle wants as well as the future healthcare needs of active retirees.”

The organization's website is www.healthyrcs.org.


James Reynolds said...

I'm looking to retire soon and I've been doing some research online about how to financially plan for everything that goes along with retirement. First on foremost I believe that selling my house and moving into a retirement community in Ohio as I am getting too old to take care of an entire house and it has become a financial burden on me to hire people every time the home needs repairs or maintenance.

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Mark Vincent Weiss said...

I agree with your thoughts here, In my mind we need to think our retirement in the future so that when that day come all we have to do is to travel and enjoy our being seniors. retirement home community is also important dont forget that.