The Gardens of Castle Hills Gives Seniors a Chance to Simplify Their Lives in Retirement
Performing all the maintenance and upkeep on a house with only one or two people doesn’t always make financial or practical sense, especially as we age.
For seniors who are looking for a social, easygoing lifestyle but need some help with daily living activities, we offer assisted living. For adults with a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s, our Trellis memory care program provides a comfortable, safe community and engaging programming. As an Alzheimer’s certified community, our team members have the specialized skills to meet your loved one’s specific needs.
What are Some Advantages of Downsizing to Senior Living?
If you’re looking to enjoy your hard-earned retirement, there are plenty of reasons to consider a senior living community:
Mowing the Yard or Enjoying a Garden Groomed by Someone Else
It’s up to you on the type of lifestyle you desire at The Gardens of Castle Hills. Vacuum the floor or play cards with friends while housekeeping cleans your apartment. Cook a meal for one (or two), or enjoy restaurant-style dining. Whichever decision is made is entirely up to you.
More Time to Do What You Love
Senior living means an end to all the chores and upkeep that once kept you busy. In addition to all interior and exterior maintenance, we take care of your housekeeping, laundry, meals, and more.
At The Gardens of Castle Hills, we design a rotating monthly schedule of enjoyable and social activities.
Are you looking to expand your social circle? We strive to provide many chances to make new friends and connect with your peers.
Peace of Mind
Above all, when you join with a reputable community like The Gardens of Castle Hills, you can rest assured that your needs will be taken care of into the future. Owners James and Suzanne Denny lead the community with care and competence, and our team is second to none.
What Steps Can I Take to Prepare for a Move to Senior Living?
Partnering with a senior living community is worth it for a more carefree life, but the transition process can be stressful. Here are some ways to help make the move a little easier.
|Start early||When you’re preparing for a move, it’s always a good idea to give yourself more time than you think you’ll need. Being able to take your time can make this life change less overwhelming.|
|Decide what’s most important||You’ll likely have less storage space, so you will have to decide what possessions will make the cut. This can be a difficult process, but consider what you really need to be happy.|
|Safeguard special items||In the turmoil of a move, it’s easy for things to get lost. Before you start boxing things up, set a designated area for special keepsakes so that you’ll always know where they are.|
|Mock up a floor plan||If you have already chosen a senior living community, ask them for the dimensions of your living space. Use these measurements to create a floor plan to be sure all your furniture will fit.|