A retirement community to call home
If you are retiring, downsizing or looking for a maintenance-free lifestyle, the Good Samaritan Society offers a variety of independent living options in our retirement communities.
While the types of structures vary by location, our independent living options include:
Each independent living unit is yours to decorate and furnish. You’ll enjoy all the comforts of home without the stress of having to handle repairs and maintenance.
Independent living communities
Our independent living retirement communities have common areas that may have chapels, multi-purpose rooms, libraries, laundry facilities and wellness areas. These common areas provide enrichment activities and social interaction for residents.
A variety of services are available in our independent living communities that may be included in the monthly fee, such as:
- Assistance with general housekeeping
- Indoor and outdoor maintenance
- Optional meal programs
- Scheduled activities
- Transportation services
- Wellness programs
Additional benefits include:
- Social interaction with close friends and neighbors
- The peace of mind that comes with knowing staff is nearby
Independent Living FAQ
What are the benefits of independent living?
With independent living, residents can enjoy all the comforts of home without the stress of maintenance.
What is the difference between assisted living and independent living?
Assisted living is for individuals who need help with the activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing and taking medication. Independent living is for individuals who are looking for maintenance-free living so they can relax and lead a fulfilling life.
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