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Senior Independent Living

Senior Independent Living Resources and Information

Senior Independent Living Communities are residences for seniors without pressing health concerns. Independent Living Centers function as apartment complexes for active seniors, and many have excellent amenities like fitness centers, tennis courts, and pools. In an Independent Living Center, seniors have the freedom of autonomous living with the fellowship of community involvement with other active adults.

Below is a collection of articles and resources created by Comfort Keepers to provide information about Senior Independent Living and related topics.

Comfort Keepers does not own or operate senior independent living communities. We are a leading provider of in-home care for seniors and the disabled. Our service is a great option for seniors who wish to live at home but need assistance with basic tasks; however, our services do not include the offering of Senior Independent Living Centers.

How to Help Seniors Cope with Loss

In-Home Senior Care: Dependence vs. Independence

Senior citizens are living longer and a growing number are choosing to age at home. In-home senior care services allow them to do so safely and confidently, seamlessly adjusting the services they receive to match their needs and health at any given time.

Is Stress Taking a Toll on Your Life?

It's Summer, Seniors! Eat Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.

As a caregiver, you can help the senior in your life eat well and enjoy the best of the bounty and reap the benefits of healthy eating.

Join a Senior Center to Improve Health

From teaching computer skills, to planning vacations, to helping with career advice, senior centers now offer a plethora of opportunities for seniors of all ages.

Keeping Seniors Safe in the Bathroom

Bathrooms can be quite hazardous ─ especially for seniors. Bathrooms typically have slippery surfaces, and nothing dependable to grasp in order to prevent falls.

Kitchen Safety for Seniors

Kitchens are one of the most dangerous areas of a home for seniors.

Learning from the Seniors in Your Life

Lessoning Your Risk for Falls

Like a member of our own family.

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what they do, and are carefully selected and trained to meet your unique needs.
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