With many historical and natural attractions waiting for you to pay a visit, you will never get bored when you choose to live in a Georgia independent living community. The Peach State’s Seven Wonders include Stone Mountain, Amicalola Falls, Radium Springs, Warm Springs, Providence Canyon, Tallulah Gorge and Okefenokee Swamp. The state is home to numerous shopping centers, sports facilities, art museums, performing arts groups and many other entertainment options to suit any taste.
Independent Living in Georgia Defined
Georgia independent living communities offer a lot of amenities for retirees who want to enjoy life in the company of other adults of the same age. Most independent living communities boast their own on-site hair salons, gyms, transportation services, restaurants and libraries. Landscaping, housekeeping, laundry and meals are the basic services that most facilities will offer.
Residents of independent living communities should be in overall good health and do not need assistance with their daily activities. Should you need assistance with life’s personal chores, consider moving into an assisted living facility or personal care home where there is a 24/7 staff to provide caregiving services. You can find communities that offer assisted living in Georgia in our Assisted Living and Care Homes categories.
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