Social groups put the “active” in active adult communities. They give residents a way to connect with their neighbors and their community as a whole. But scheduling, moderating, and engaging community members can be a full-time job. LifestyleLink... Read More
For empty-nesters and other seniors, pets are some of their closest family. Luckily, many active adult communities recognize how important pets are to the modern family, and allow for four-legged residents. Find out what to expect from your active... Read More
The Lifestyle Director is the heart of an active adult community. She connects community members with the best their facilities have to offer. But the administrative duties of a Lifestyle Director can trap him in an office behind a mountain of... Read More
With older adults working, traveling, and staying active longer than in generations past, today’s active adult communities may not feel like the senior living facilities of old, but many still qualify for certain exemptions under the law.
What... Read More