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Massachusetts is a beautiful, vibrant state in the scenic region of New England. The state has much to offer in terms of things to see and do for residents living in Massachusetts retirement communities. The state is often referred to as “The Birthplace of America,” so those who are interested in history can visit many museums and sites of the American Revolutions. The wealth of educational institutes has given birth to a hotbed of artistic attractions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library, the Harvard Museum of Natural History and the MIT Museum. The state is also home to a number of scenic attractions from the shores of Cape Cod to the western hills of Amherst, which are ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors. Other highly visited outdoor attractions include Ocean Park and the Fresh Pond Reservation.
Massachusetts retirement communities differ from other types of living situations for senior citizens. Care homes, nursing homes, memory care facilities and assisted living facilities are designed to provide care for retirees who need assistance with daily tasks, such as bathing and grooming. A retirement community is designed to cater to senior citizens who are still independent and are in fairly good health. Retirement communities are akin to apartment complexes, except that there are staff members available all hours of the day in case of any emergencies and to provide a few basic services like housekeeping.