As we move through various stages of our lives, our needs often require us to make changes to our environment. For example, young adults may need to move into a college dorm or small apartment, while aspiring parents may opt for a larger home to start a family. Similarly, as we approach our golden years, different circumstances encourage us to move into senior living to foster our good health and sense of community. While downsizing to a smaller residence like a condo or apartment can be difficult, it’s important to recognize that choosing a quality senior living community is not a sacrifice, but a way to elevate your lifestyle.
Village Park Senior Living encourages a lifestyle that extends beyond the comfort of your private rooms. You’re greeted with a flourishing community full of rich experiences the moment you open the door. Our activities coordinators plan exquisite daily events to provide community members social and physical engagement. Our private chefs offer deliciously balanced cuisine across multiple dining venues. The outdoor pool and fitness center offer comfortable spaces to get some exercise or fresh air. The numerous lounge spaces and amenities offer unlimited possibilities to host your own events with family, friends, and friends-to-be.
It’s difficult to overstate the importance of creating and maintaining relationships as we age. The residual impact of social isolation among seniors often leads to fatigue, trouble sleeping, high blood pressure, and even substance abuse. Finding community and company outside of community living isn’t impossible, but it can present a challenge, especially as our physical needs change. Village Park Senior Living’s inclusive community activities, holiday gatherings, movie nights and more, makes social inclusion accessible to all.
Senior living at Village Park is an opportunity to meet new people, make lasting relationships, pick up new hobbies, learn new trades, make new memories, and find unexpected happiness. While your private room may be a bit smaller than the home you move in from, the life you live here will be much, much bigger.