Seniors enjoying Maine independent living will love visiting Acadia National Park, which provides a wide variety of activities for seniors, from hiking and bicycling around Mount Desert Island to touring the park by boat or even horse carriage. Those interested in more cultural activities flock to the Maine Art Museum Trail, which consists of seven of the state's most prominent museums. Nationally recognized museums such as the Portland Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Art Museum display countless masterpieces, including works by prominent Maine residents such as Edward Hopper, Winslow Homer and Georgia O'Keeffe. Seniors who would rather spend a day on the golf course will find more than 140 courses dotting Maine's gorgeous landscape. Residents will also find excellent shopping and fine dining destinations in cities such as Kennebunkport, Portland and Bangor.
Independent Living in Maine Defined
While moving into a new home can be a daunting challenge, independent living offers healthy seniors a wonderful balance of care and convenience. Maine independent living communities offer calendars full of events so that seniors never lack for activities with which to fill their days. Comprehensive meal plans and included utilities make managing finances a much easier process as well. Also, when residents require transportation or assistance scheduling medical appointments, community staff can provide the necessary services and arrangements. For seniors that need extra help with life’s daily activities, additional care services can be found under our Maine Assisted Living communities and Nursing Homes categories.
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