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Whether you want to explore the artist within of socialize over a game of cards, this two-story, garden style community offers inviting shared areas in which to discover hidden talents. Soft natural light creates warm spaces that house an on-site…
Welcome to Lohn Madison Exum Towers! This beautiful apartment community is currently OPEN and Leasing! Experience the prestige, comfort and beauty that John Madison Exum Towers can offer. John Madison Exum Towers offers outstanding value and spacious apartment living. This…
Welcome to Wesley Highland Meadows! Situated on beautifully landscaped land, Wesley Highland Meadows has individual garden-style apartments with a full range of amenities, which include: large kitchens, large closets and storage, separate bedroom, and private bath. We are open to…
Welcome to Wesley Graceland Gardens! Wesley Graceland Gardens offers beautiful garden-style one-bedroom apartments in a gated secure South Memphis setting. There are 191 apartments for qualifying applicants 62 or older; 24 apartments for those 55 or older. Residents and staff…
Welcome to Union Avenue Baptist Towers! Located in midtown Memphis, TN, Union Avenue Baptist Towers is a multi-story retirement community comprised of 84 one bedroom units. We offer rental assistance to qualified applicants who are 62 years of age and…
Ave Maria Home was very large, but the staff was very nice and pleasant. There were a couple of things I didn?t like about it. The one thing that really concerned me was there didn't seem to be any PA system or two-way radio that they could call for assistance on and no means of contacting anybody, which I found very d...Read more Ave Maria Home reviews
Ave Maria Home was OK. It was a nice tour. It was very nice. It looked like there were constructions going on at the place. It was clean though. While we were there, they had some firemen doing some kind of presentation, and then when we left, they were doing some exercising. It was good.Read more Ave Maria Home reviews
The city of Memphis is located in Shelby County, in the southwestern corner of Tennessee. The city sits on the banks of the Mississippi, and is in fact the largest city on the river. As of the 2010 census, the Memphis population was 652,078 people, though the metropolitan area extends into Mississippi and Arkansas and is home to over one million people.
Memphis is known to many as the home of Elvis Presley, the undisputed King of Rock and Roll. Presley’s legacy is felt in every corner of the city, and as such, Graceland is popular attraction for Elvis fans, music lovers, and history buffs alike. In fact, Graceland was voted the Best Iconic American Attraction in 2013, and the 13-acre estate is visited by more than 600,000 people each year. Memphis hosts several cultural, music, art, and film festivals throughout the year. With music immersed in the city’s culture, Memphis is where many soul, blues, gospel, rock ‘n’ roll, and country artists got their start.
The Aging Commission of the Mid-South offers assistance to seniors in Fayette, Lauderdale, Shelby, and Tipton counties in Tennessee. The organization offers congregational meals, food supplements, physical fitness programs, home delivered meals, homemaker services, and counseling. Additionally, residents of Milwaukee retirement communities may be eligible for legal assistance, advocacy, medical equipment, and emergency response services from the Aging Commission of the Mid-South. Transportation is available to seniors in need, and there are also support groups available. In addition to these services, the city of Memphis has six senior centers throughout the city offering field trips, classes, dances, and special events to local residents 55 and older. Many centers also offer lunches during the week, and can arrange transportation for seniors who need it.
Because Memphis has a booming tourism industry, there is no shortage of interesting things to do. Art lovers will enjoy the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and the Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art, which is known by some as the Jade Museum due to its large collection of artwork made of jade. The Dixon Gallery and Gardens is also located in Memphis, focusing on French and American impressionism. Seniors residing in retirement communities in Memphis may also want to take a tour Graceland, the home of Elvis. This iconic attraction is one of the most-visited homes, second only to the White House. Those who love music history will enjoy a trip to the Memphis Walk of Fame, which is located in the Beale Street historic district and honors local singers, writers, and composers.
Baptist Memorial Hospital has been serving the Memphis area since 1979, offering emergency services as well as many specialties including oncology and neurology, such as care for stroke patients. Baptist Memorial also offers senior behavioral services, including a geriatric psychiatric program. The hospital pioneered many new cardiovascular procedures and technologies in the mid-south, and has won consumer choice awards for 17 years in a row. It has also been named as one of the top 50 orthopedic hospitals in the country by US News & World Report three times.
ITN Memphis offers dignified, door-to-door transportation for seniors residing in Memphis retirement communities and other area seniors. Fares are affordable, too, at $1.50 per mile plus a $3.00 pickup fee, and tips are not accepted. The Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) provides accessible transportation options for all Memphis residents and visitors, with all MATA buses and trolley stations fully handicapped-accessible with one-on-one assistance to riders who require help. MATA buses also have a “kneeling” feature, allowing drivers to lower the front of the bus to assist riders with limited mobility. The Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA) also offers a transit program to help seniors get to doctor’s appointments, pharmacies, banks, government agencies, and other locations.
Memphis retirement communities have a lot to offer seniors who wish to move into the area. If you’re considering spending your retirement years in this beautiful city, see our options for Memphis retirement communities.
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